Letters from England: first views of America, undated
Letters from England: first views of America produced by Michael Scarborough and KTAO is a program in which Michael Scarborough, a man from West Yorkshire in England presents his thoughts on America after traveling to the United States. Scarborough specifically discusses differences in language, food, American prioritization of saving time, the prevalence of profanity and drugs among youth, hippie culture, and prevalent commercialism, undated. (Portions of this description were derived from the original NFCB Program Service Catalog.)
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