Bea Kalmus, according to several sources I browsed on the web and in books, was one of the first female disc jockeys in New York and a respected nightclub singer. Kalmus broadcast her WMGM show from Silverman's International; she featured show business guests on the program and would sometimes sing along with records or perform songs from her own repertoire. (You can read more about Kalmus here.)
In this post, we have a half-hour excerpt from her broadcast of January 13, 1960 featuring an interview with songwriter Otis Blackwell. They discuss his hit songs such as "Don't Be Cruel", "Fever", and "Hey Little Girl" and different aspects of breaking into the songwriting business.
The show was dubbed direct from a one-off acetate made by TV Time Recordings, which would make reference discs for performers, agents and others in the business from radio and television programs.