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"Two young fugitives from from a Boston radio station (W.H.D.H.) ,Bob Elliott (b. 1923) and Ray Goulding (1922 1990) were proving that radio - and some 15 million listeners - could take anything. In exchange for lampooning radio's most sacred cows - soap operas and commercials - Bob and Ray now have four separate radio shows (two on NBC's network; two on NBC's New York station), were on the air five days a week..."

Read about the radio program that was produced by the WPA writers and actors branch in order to celebrate American diversity; click here.

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The Timeless Comedy of Bob and Ray (Quick Magazine, 1952)

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