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Tuning into radio's heyday

Regis CollegeCast members (from left) Erin Forgay, Danielle Sanford, and Meaghan Callahan prepare for tonight's opening of ''Radio Stories,'' a play drawn from personal recollections, at Regis College. Regis CollegeCast members (from left) Erin Forgay, Danielle Sanford, and Meaghan Callahan prepare for tonight's opening of ''Radio Stories,'' a play drawn from personal recollections, at Regis College. (Regis College)
By Denise Taylor
Globe Correspondent / November 20, 2008

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Much has been written about Eleanor Roosevelt, but unless you speak to the listeners who actually heard her radio addresses, you might miss one charming detail. She had an awful voice. It made even her ardent fans cringe. A trivial fact perhaps, but playwright Wendy Lement doesn't think so. It's just this type of quirky, vivid detail that brings history ... (Full article: 1174 words)

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