See You on the Radio

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (3.75 hours)
Product Number: Z10009565
Released: Apr 08, 2008
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781598875966
Narrator/s: Charles Osgood
Publisher: Highbridge Company
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Witty, wise, rueful commentaries from one of broadcasting's funniest, most stylish writers and newsmen. "Charles Osgood is one of the best writers in America today, any form or medium," says Dan Rather, and Jim Lehrer concurs, "He is a special mind and voice in a business where his kind is rare-and cherished." No one writes quite the way he does-the offbeat stories that make listeners stop and pay attention; the commentaries in which he shares his sense of wonder, dismay, or amusement; the well-spun tales of irony that often burst forth into wordplay or even poetry. See You on the Radio gathers together over one hundred essays on everything from potholes, perfumes, felons and "freeloaders" ("Credit card customers paying on time! Taking bread from the tables of the moneylenders!"); to psychopaths and politicians (more alike than you think); to earthquakes, animal heirs, and the advancement of science. In all, it is further evidence of why, in the words of Walter Cronkite, Charles Osgood "is one of the greatest talents in broadcasting today."

Author(s): Charles Osgood
Original Publish Date: Apr 08, 2008


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See You on the Radio
Product Number: BX00104263
Product Number:DD13917
Product Number:Z10009565

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Author(s): Charles Osgood
Narrator(s): Charles Osgood
Product Number DD13917
Released: Apr 08, 2008
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: HighBridge Company
ISBN: #9781598875911

Professional reviews

"[EDITOR'S NOTE: This 1999 recording was reviewed in a slightly abridged version as shown]-- Those who enjoy "The Osgood Files" on CBS radio will find familiar stuff in this brief collection from that popular feature. Charles Osgood's gentle, bemused style of brief human interest stories and doggerel poetry remains a favorite, not only of the public, but of his colleagues, who never tire of interviewing or spotlighting him on their own news shows. Those who haven't heard Osgood's show should pick this up to discover what they've been missing. Y.R. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine"

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