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Summary
Camp and Pop Art
Airdate: April 2, 1965
Show Description
Shep opens show singing I'm forever blowing bubbles while pondering how death resolves so many issues. The current issue (April 3rd) of the New Yorker opposite page 62, Shep has a vision of Sarah, diapers and her new Mustang. A clipping from a Reading newspaper, and how Ethel deals with tension. TV Producers are now turning off their TV sets! TV Guide letters. Why do people drink? Looking for what life is all about in our hang-ups instead of just admitting we are just having a good time! Camp is seen as homosexual. Some letters from teachers demonstrating role reversal in action. Humorless people Pop Art, why didn't they do certain comic strips. 
WOR ID
Speaking of true real life soap operas this is WOR AMefy & FMy and were here in friendly old New York which is almost like real life. 
Brass Figlagee Award Question
What is the name of a currently popular television show that is pure camp? 

Last Update: 04-05-2017
Radio
Type of Show
WOR Show
Day of Week
Friday
Commercials
Kent
Limelight - Shep
Miller Beer
Peugeot
Music
The Okeh Laughing Record
Needs to be ID'd
A few jazzy interludes of the Waltz of the Toreadors from Carmen (Biszet) - Toreador Song - Barrel Fingers Barry
Engineer and others in Booth
Don, Jim, Jack
Rating
Not Rated
Summary By
Ken Applegate
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Jean Shepherd Audio
WBAI Airdate: 4/5/05