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For the first time in its history WHRB will feature a weekly dramatic program, Bertram P. Karon '52, Co-director of Drama for the station announced yesterday.
Two shows will alternate in the weekly slot, Karon said. One program, "Studio B," will feature straight drama. Either original material or adaptations of well-known stories will be dramatized.
"Nevermore," the second series of programs, will deal with "tales of the weird and mysterious," Karon said.
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death," the first show in the "Nevermore" series, goes on the air tomorrow evening.
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