I used to have a cassette of a tribute to radio hosted by Orson Welles. (I remember it was the B side of a This is My Best or Mercury Theater tape which I purchased at the Old-Time Radio and Nostalgia Convention in Cincinnati.
It was a 30-minute program, and Welles spoke glowingly about the freedom and diversity of radio, with the common refrain of "Do you hear me, America?" There are cameos from noted radio actors of the day, and a brief message from Quincy Howe of CBS, who was president of the ACLU at the time. I can't come up with the title. A friend sent me a sound file of what he thought it was, but it was Norman Corwin's We Hold These Truths--I realized it was the wrong thing after about a minute.
If anybody can send me a sound file of the show I am describing, or just its correct title so I can search for it--I'd be grateful!
Thanks in advance!