During the early 1950s, she was a regular panelist on "Juvenile Jury" a children's question-and-answer radio program that aired on the Mutual and NBC networks.
In 1946, she was the titular star of "Little Robin Morgan" on New York's WOR station. She told stories and played records for other young children.
She guest-starred on such New York-based radio programs and specials as "The Children's Christmas Fund Party" with Tex Fletcher
in 1947 and "Cavalcade of America" in 1950.
(1970-the present) Robin Morgan is the author of 21 published books of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. See Wikipedia and RobinMorgan.us.
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