An excellent vocational book. Although the method of presenting the material through having boys go through the works, asking questions and being given interviews by people in each branch, is bound to result in rather artificial dialogue, the results this time are singularly successful. Every phase of radio is touched upon, in the process of visiting the departments, -- announcing, speaking, advertising, management, continuity writing, acting and program direction, the business end, etc. Details of possible range of salaries, of jobs in agencies, publicity, merchandising: the various aspects of sports and news broadcasting: the dramatic end -- all well handled, and clear cut as to data presented. Brief space given to television. Lists of colleges and universities giving good courses.