Justice (Aired October 31, 1948)
Beginning in 1942, NBC had reinaugurated its concept of the NBC University of The Air and its companion NBC Inter-American University of The Air. Throughout the mid-1940s NBC produced some twenty-five productions specifically designed to both educate and entertain. Indeed, many of those programs were incorporated into the curricula of high schools, colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada. With the final episode of NBC University of The Air's production of The World's Great Novels in 1948, NBC reevaluated the NBC University of The Air concept and success over the past decade, determined to both continue the educational priorities of its NBC University concept, while at the same time developing further educational programming as equally entertaining as it was instructive.
October 31, 1948. NBC network. "Justice"
. Sustaining. A portrait of an 81-pound forgery, and the British system of justice at the turn of the century. Alma Lawton, Ben Wright, Crauford Kent, Dan O'Herlihy, Donald Morrison, Eric Snowden, George Lefferts (writer), Henry Russell (composer, conductor), Hugh Thomas, James Hilton (intermission commentator), John Galsworthy (author), John Hoyt, Nigel Bruce, Ramsay Hill, Raymond Lawrence, Tom McKee. 59:47. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.