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WEDNESDAY, MAY 29.
NATIONAL STATION 2FC.
WAVE LENGTH. 451 METRES. . , _
.70 am-Music weather newu cables (copyrignt).
commentary for the man on the land fruit and produce report wool and wheat report pig sales malls and shipping
"0 30 -Marching music (or school children express
train ai rivals music
.9 45 -British wireless news .10 15 -A racing talk
.10 40 -Oversia wheat quotations
.10 45-Our medical psychologist will »peak on
Children s Courts m inc Ne«. Outlook
.110-Country women s Association oí New South
.1115 -Morning devotion by Rev V E Twigg
.12 noon-Broadcast to schools primary Geo
graphy Mr N Silgar B b, will speak on A Caravan Trip ThroLgh Abyssinia
.12 25 pm-Weather produce maiket session Stock
Exchange and metal quotations nt.ws
.10-hews cables British wireless weather
.112 -Luncheon music Marching music tor school
children Stock Exchange
.3 0 -From Blackfriars Correspondence School
Talks to correspondence school pupils The Founding oí Western Australia King George the Flith Fourth class School mazaglne (or
.3 30 -Music
.4 0- Qiaham Kent will speak on Bridge .5 30 -The children s hour
.8 0 -Orchestral concert by the New South Wales
State Conscivatorlum Orchestra conducted by Di _ L Bainton D Mus TR CM Solo vlo lil 1st Lionel Lawson
.10 30-Weather late news
.11 0 -Relayed from 3LO (Melbourne) Dance music
by the ABC Dance Band
. To be relayed to 2NC Newcastle
NATIONAL STATION 2BL
WAVE LENGTH 351 METRES
7 0am -Music news cables (copyright) .8 0 -Music story 11 30 -Music
11 40 -Mrs Annie MacDonald on Zora Cross
12 0 noon -Stock Exchange a pianoforte recital 12 30 p m -Vocal and Instrumental muslo
2 0 -News cables weather
Note During the afternoon description oí the Birthday Cup trom Victoria Park Adelaide
3 0 -Musicale
.4 30 -Chat over the teacups by Pat Cotton
Music Stock Exchange weather
.6 5-A representative from the Australian Dental
Association on Home Care of the Mouth
.6 10 -Services and riflemen s session Weather
Stock Exchange report general market, pioduce. and fruit report late Sussex street prices wool
sales truck bookings "7 0 -Sporting results
7 20 -J V Membrev will speak on Hardcourt
7 25 -Talk on the City of Sydney Eisteddfod
.7 30 -Captain L W Sutherland will spoak on
Lawrence of Arabia .7 50-News cables
a o -Talk by Andrea Andrea In New York
8 10-Programme by the Dobrlnskl Ensemble (In
strumentallsts) Eileen Boyd (contralto En semble Pot pourri oí the Melodies of the Three Strausses (arr Lindeman) Contralto Mammy Is Gone (De Sylva) Who 11 Buy My Lavender (German) and Chansonette (Frlml) En semble Gavotte and Musette (Raff) Inter
mesto (Meyer Helmund) and The Dutch 1 Isher Girls (Fresco) Contralto A Costlllan Lament (Del Riego) Just You (Barth) and The Fahy Laundry (Phillips) Ensemble Berceuse (Jainieltl Avant de Mourir (Boulanger) and Jota Navarra (Sarasate) 10 - Dead Men Return a drama
9 30-Programme by the Viennese Ensemble and
Charles R Williamson (tenor)
. To be relayed to 2N0 Newcastle
WAVE LENGTH 316 METRES 7 0am -News music
7 40 -Darby and Joan at the breakfast table
10 0 -Mr H E L Townsend The Problem Child
10 45 -George Edwards in The Love Story of Lord
1130- The Charm School of the Air 11 45- What the World Is Reading 12 noon -Community singing 2 0pm -Happiness Club
2 45-School of Domestic Science 3 15 -Fashions Fads and Fancies
3 45-Kathleen Jordan, song and story
4 0 - The Search for the Inkman Rivei
4 8 -Gwen Southern as The Voice from Holly
4 30-Harold Morton The Science of Life 4 45 -The Theatre of Youth
6 B - The Search for the Missing Link a George
8 20 - Swiss Family Robinson a 6H- Chandu tha Magician
7 30 - The Air Adventures of Jimmy Allen 7 go -George Edwards In Inspector Scott 8 0- Viennese Nights
8 20 - The Adventures of the Hon Archie and his
Japanese Servant Frank
8 45- The Count of Monte Pristo 9 0-Easy chair music
9 45 -jack Lumsdalne Songs at the piano 10 0 - The Trial of the Walnwrights
WAVE LENGTH 293 METRES 6 0am -Wake up session 7 30 -Home lovers session 8 30 -News music
8 45 -Preview of to day s races O o -Women s session 9 45-Racing talk
10 45-Mothercraft talk by Miss Truby King
li 30 -Household hints and recipes serial
Note-Description of Kensington races 4 45 p m -Children s session
5 0 - The Great Diamond Mystery
8 22 -Results of the State bowling championships
6 37- The Sheridans
6 45 -Resume oj to day s races 6 5S -Frederick and Erbert
7 20- The Adventures of Bobby Filbert
7 30-Marie Landon and Arthur Hemsley 8 12 -Edward Walcott (vocalist) 8 25 -2DE Radio Ensemble
8 40 -Trumpet solo by Oswald Summerton
8.55.-Arthur Hermsley, in "Oddities." 0.0.-Recordings of Kensington meer. 9.15.~Edward Walcott.
9.45.-"British PeraonaMtes-Wellington the
Statesman," by Dr. F. W. Wheatley, O.B.E.
10.0_A radio interview with the character» In
10.15.-SUE Radio Ensemble, and recordings.
10.30.-"The Vengeance of Pat McCree" (part I),
detective story; news.
WAVE LENGTH, 280 METRES.
6.45 a.m.-Weather, news and commentary, muslo. 10.0.-Musical programme. 10.30.-Track gallops.
12,30 p.m.-Uroadcast of races. 4.30.-Melody hour.
7.0.-Musical comedy memories. .7.15.-Fred Witt (vocalist). 7.20.-Racing talk
7.30.-Merve Bree (solo pianist).
7.40.-Connie and Flo. ?'>' 7.45.-Resume of the racing. -.".?': 8.0.-Clive Henry (pianist). 8.5.-Hurmony Duo. 8.15.-Clive Henry.
8.45.-"Rambling Round the World by Radio."
0.30.-"Granpa's Diary," Captain Balrnsfather.
WAVE LENGTH, 267 METRES.
4.45 a.m.-Weather, rivers, malls, and shipping. 5.0.-Dairymen's Interests.
5.30.-Stock, station, and produce notes. 9.O.-Over the top with the Diggers. 0.15.-Womon's Interests.
10.40.-Manny Aarons (organist).
10.45.-Review of the agricultural shows. 11.15.-Talk on dogs. 11.45.-Sister Mack.
12.30.-Description of Kensington races. 5.40.-Model Aeroplane Association.
7.20.-Mrs 'Arris and Mrs. 'Iggs. 7.30.-Vernon Sellars (baritone). 8.0.-Front page drama.
9.0.-Motorists' Service Bureau.
0.45.-J. M. Prentice discusses foreign affairs.
10.20.-R. H. W. Power chats about short wave
10.30.-Invitation to dance. 11.0.-The happy hour.
12.0 midnight.-All-night service.
2.0 a.m.-Storyottes. Orchestral music, 3.0-Sweeping the ether.
WAVE LENGTH, 248 METRES. 7.0 a.m.-Early morning session. 9.15.-Session for mothers.
10.2.-Morning devotion, Rev. 8. T. Knight. 10.50.-Food, fashions, and philosophy.
12.0 noon.-Home service session.
12.30 p.m.-Dion Wheeler (storyteller).
1.15.-From Scots Church: Midday service. 3.30.-"Meanderings of Betty and Bill."
4.0.-Madam Joan Harvey, talk on psychology.
6.30.-Captain Woodham tells the story of the
0.45.-"Tiger Bryce" and his adventures.
7.15.-Popular science talk by Mr. J. Cooper
7.55.-"Beau Oeste," featuring Keith Howard,
John Cazabon, John Appleton.
H.35.-"The Pick o' the Week" programme.
0.0.-sally Paige, the personality girl, at the piano. 10.V.7.-Slumbertlme philosophies.
WAVE LENGTH, 236 METRES,
7.0 a.m.-Breakfast session, news, studio music. 8.45.-Preliminary talk on Kensington races.
Note: During the afternoon, a description of
6.1.-"London's Man of Mystery." 6.15.-Dinner session.
B.30.-Results of races.
6.52.-Comedy sketch, "Frederick and "larbert." 7.0.-A tennis talk by Mr. H. V. Ross, 7.18.-Music,
B.O.-Familiar music. ...... 9.30.-"For the Term of His Natural Life."
3LO (Melbourne) and 2CO (Corowa).-3.0 p.m.. "The Literature of Our Tropics" (talk). 3.15: "II Barbiere di Slvlglla" (Act 111,). 8.0: National pro- gramme (sec 2FC). 10.30: News. 10.40 to 11.30:
3AR (Melbourne).-2.0 p.m.: Ascot races. 8.0: Military band. 9.15: "Flags on the Matterhorn."
10.15 to 10.30: News.
4QG (Brisbane) and 4RK (Rockhampton).-Mid- day: Community singing. 8.0 p.m.: National pro- gramme (see 2FC). 19.30 to ll.o: Weather; dance
5CL (Adelaide) and 5CK (Crystal Brook).-8.0 p.m:. National prorjrommo (see 2FC). 9.0: Ben Williams. 9.30: "The Necklace" (Guy de Maupas- sant). 10.0: Variety. 10.45: News. 10.53 to 11.30:
3LR (Lyndhurst) (National Short Wave Station).
9580kc. Wave length: 31.3m.
6.15 to 8.0 p.m.-A programme from 3AR. 8.0 to 10.30.-See 3LO.
EMPIRE SHORT-WAVE STATION. Transmission No. 1. Wave lengths: 31.55m
2.30 p.m.-Big Ben; chamber music. 3.15.-"Meet Dr. Syn."
3.30.-Webster Booth (tenor); Paddy Prior
(Soubrette), and Sydney Jerome and Harry Bidgood (pianists). 4.15 to 4.30.-News.