Norman Corwin

Monday, March 28, 2011

NTOS images Now under way at WNYC is a series of revivals (very Wednesday at 8P.M.) of the works of Norman Corwin. Here are Mitchell Grayson, director: Mr. Corwin and house Jameson, actor, talking it over. (The New York Times (5/15/1942))

The distinguished American radio dramatist Norman Corwin began his radio career in the 1930s with a poetry series on WQXR, then a commercial station. This segment features a rare example of the show in which Corwin finds dynamic ways of introducing and discussing poetry, on women poets.

Listen to an interview with Norman Corwin above.

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