Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link A Tale of The Greatest Life ever Lived by Fulton Oursler Doubleday & Company, Inc. Garden City, New York, US, 1949 ✶ The Greatest Story Ever Told (萬世流芳) is an American old-time radio religious drama. It was broadcast on ABC from January 26, 1947, until December 30, 1956. Beginning July 25, 1948, the program was also broadcast via shortwave radio to 58 other countries by the World Wide Broadcasting Foundation. The Greatest Story Ever Told, the title of which was used for Fulton Oursler's 1949 book, used dramatized sketches to depict events in the life of Jesus Christ. As in the book, the words spoken by Jesus in the radio program came directly from the Bible. City College of New York honored The Greatest Story Ever Told as the best radio program created and broadcast in 1947. The recognition noted that the show presented its episodes "with superior good taste and effective listener appeal". In 1949, The Greatest Story Ever Told won a special George Foster Peabody Citation. The citation noted, "... the program has maintained such a high degree of religious integrity, and has been so free of denominational bias or prejudice, that it has won the acclaim of newspapers, magazines, trade journals, and religious leaders alike. [...] The Greatest Story Ever Told has occupied a peculiar niche, carved by both quality and popularity...". Also in 1949, the Freedoms Foundation named the show Best Radio Program. On February 9, 1947, Jack Gould wrote in The New York Times, "The Greatest Story Ever Told is a program of extraordinary beauty and reverence, which without reservation may be listed as one of the most significant ethereal achievements in recent year". He went on to call the show "a rare and successful fusion of religion, art and commerce...". Fulton Oursler : "I have two friends, man and wife, who in their lifes, privately and professionally, exemplity the teachings of Jesus Christ more truly than do any others I know. Their modesty prevents me from recording even their initials, but to them I dedicate this imperfect work in affection and gratitude".