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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14.
NATIONAL STATION 2FC. ' WAVE LENGTH, 492 METRES.
10.45.-Talk, "Living In Russia-1934." Vivian
11.18,-Devotional service. . , . ,_^
12 noon.-Broadcast to schoolsl Primary: "Brig
lilli," Talk and poem, Miss H. M. Symonds.
12.25 p.m.-Weather synopsis, produce market ses-
sion, report of the pig »ales from Flemington. 12.45.-News commentary by "Spectator."
1.0.-New*, cables, weather, river heights, Stock
Exchange and metal quotations, music. 1.55.-Stock* Exchange-second call.
3.0_Broadcast to schooli: Secondary: Music talk:
"Harmonising a Melody," Dr. E. L. Bainton.
3.45.-Story. "Times Don't Change," Alex. New-
5.50.-A story for children, Helen Simpson. BO_Dinner music (orchestral).
7.40.-The A.B.C. (Sydney) Wireless Chorus.
B.O_The Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, conducted
by Professor Oeorg. Schncevolgt. Allen McCrls tal, solo pianist. . .
8 50.-Vocal recital by Harold Williams and Mal-
colm McEachern Ir.). ,
9.10.-Hecltal by Arthur Rubinstein, celebrated
Polish pianist. , , ",, _ ,
10.0_Sketch, "Leaves of Memory," by Ellis Prie*
and Patricia Minchin. ,
10.40-Dance music-Jim Davidson's Band. 11.20,-Late weather and lato n«ws,
NATIONAL STATION 2BL. WAVE LWOTH, 405 METRES.
0.30 a ni.-Music, vroftthcr, mails and shipping,
call-up notices, market reports, news from the "Sydney Morning Herald," cables.
7.10.-Physical exercises-Captain B. K. Hatfield. li,o.-Nowa from the "Sydney Morning Herald,"
B.O_Story, Tal Ordcll.
11.30.-Note: Scores in the amateur and pro-
fessional golf championships of Australia.
11.40.-A woman's comments on overs«, topics,
12 noon.-Stock Exchange (first call), pianoforte
12,30 p.m.-Music for the lunch hour (r.l.
1,0.-"What's In a Namoi" Sport talk, 'J.a.-Nows, cables, weather.
3.0.-Talk mid music, "Half-hours with the
Maestro," by John Wheeler, with Cedric Ashton i'cellist i and Enid conley (pianist), and Arthur I Grccnnwny.
4 30.-Chat over the teacups.
4 !)5.-Stock Exchange (third call).
B.30.-MUSIC, "nambling in Rhythm" (r.).
(1,0.-French lesson by Dr. L. D. Woodward and
M. Jean do Vin], with songs by Madame Oer mnine Ooyrtchc (mezzo-soprano).
8.15.-Stock Exchange, v/eather, and market re»
ports, Sussex Street prices, wool «ales and truck bookings,
0.40.-Sporting talk: The Australian amateur and
professional noll championships, 0.86.-Racing Commentator.
7,0.-Talk: "Organising for National and inter-
national Emergencies," Mr, L, E. alelgud, Under Secrctary-aciicral of the League of Red Cross
7.10.-Results of Australian skl-Ing championships.
7.45.-Talk: "Animals In War."
8.0.-Community singing, Chatswood Town Hall.
9.10.-The National Military Band, conducted by
Stephen Yorke, with the Mastorsingers' Quartet. 10.0_Music, the Liberty Celestotte, 10.20.-Late news and weather.
WAVE LENGTH. 315 METRES. 6.0 a.m.-New«, muslo.
9.13.-Talk, Mr. Richard Want, M.A,
10.18.-Household hints, Dorothy Jordan., ll.o.-Housowlves' session,
12.15 p,m,-Harold Morton, book reviews,
1,0.-Luncheon music. 1.30.-Happiness Club
3.30.-Taft, "The Value of Psychic Research."
4.15.-Talk. "Home Decorating.'1
O.O.-Western serial: "film Hock."
B,\i-Drama, "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under
7.30,-Drama, "Rovolutlon In Mexico."
8.15.--Drama, "Cafe Round th« Corner."
B*2£"~T.UAM .'tom the Radio Library (music).
MB,-Hot Howallan harmonies. 10.0,-News review.
10.30.-Frivolities, humour, music,
WAVE LENGTH, 316 METRES,
6.0.a.m.-Bright music, the Alarm Clock,
g-l°--Weather markets, shipping, call-up. news.
J2'°.T*Talk,.ancl music: Womon's Interests. 12 noon.-Serial story: si Meredith.
12.30 p.m.-Talk: Mr. O. Honeyfleld on "Poultry."
1,10,-Harold Park dog draw.
2.30.-Talk and music: "Between Ourselves." S.o.-Mixed music: "A Musloal Cooktall," 5.6B,-Racing results,
O.O.-Harold Park do» draw.
6.20,-Dance music: "Rhythm of To-day."
6.45.-Dramatised story. ''Have Dinner With Us." 7.30.-Drama: "My Kingdom Come,"
7.80.-Talk: "Tha Reporter of Odd Facts." 7.B8.-Sketch: "The Vicar."
8.15.-Drama: "Queen victoria-Her Life and
9.O.-Light muslo: "Happy Days."
10.0.-Talk: The Radio First HIghtcr. 10.30.-"The Dance Hour,"
STATION 2GZ, CENTRAL N.S.W.
WAVE LENOTH, 303 METRES,
G.30 a.m.-Music, weather, market resume, Junior
11.0.-Music, home servloe session. 11.15.-Talk, health and beauty.
11.45.-Country Women's Association,
1.30 p.m.-Sketch, "Frank Watanïb» and the
5.0,-Children's session. 6.0.-Dinner music.
6.45.-Humour, "Dad and Dave."
8.O.-Drama, 'The House of Peter McGregor." D.4S.-Racing talk, music.
WAVE LENOTH. 294 MOTTOES.
0,45 a.m.-Weather, news and commentary.
9.0-Talk, "Over th» Top with the Diggers." 8,15.-Raco talk.
10 33.-Women's session.
12.30 p.m.-Provincial race meeting results.
5.16.-Children's sosslon-Rlon and Algy. 5.30.-"Dinner Divertissements." 7.15.-Labour news commentary. " "" Race talk.
I 0.30,-Turf topics.
10.13.-Radio rhythm. 11.16.-Variety music:
WAVE LEVOT«, 370 METRES.
4 o a.m.-New Zealand breakfast session, 4.30-Weather, rivers,'malls, shipping.
5.0.-Talk-"Dairyman's Interests." Stock, sta-
tion, and produce notes. Orchard and poultry
9.0.-Talk: "On parade."
10.0-Talk. "Between Ourselves."
10.20.-Talk, "Beauty Hints for Your Home." 12 noon.-Music and song.
4.0 p.m.-Talk, Voung Citizens' .Association.
5 5.-Children's session.
5.8B.-"The Talk of the Town" (music and talk). b.O.-Serial: "David arid Dawn Under the South-
ern Cross "
6 40.-Rosebery form and selections. 7.O.-Comedy: "Dad and Dave."
7.20.-Comedy: "Mrs. 'Arris and Mrs. >Iggs." 7.30.-Drama: "Bits of Life."
0 30.-Drama: "Knights of the Hound Table"-No.
10 "Pelleas and Ettarre."
10.0.-Radio rhythm. ...
12 midnight.-Henry Gregory entertains (muslo).
2 0 a.m.-News, nurses' session, relays.
WAVE LENGTH, 232 METRE3. 5.45 a.m.-The good-morning man, U.45.-Mothers' session.
9.40.-Public health, message._
10 2._Morning devotion. Major Thomas GUtheroe. 10.30.-Sketch. "Eb and Zob."
10.45.-Australian Women's League session, 11.30.-Talk on bridge. 12 noon.-Travel talk.
12.10 p.m.-Community singing from Auburn.
2.2.-Music- and dialogue: Ernest Bennett-Bremner
and Lurline Fleming.
3.O.-Music and dialogue: "Tea Time Rendevous," 4.55._Children's session, by the Fairy Godmother
and the Hollo Man.
6.0,-Dinner music. _
7.0.-Sketch. "Cooee Comedy Club."
7.30.-Hill-billy artists, "Smoky" Dawson and his S.O.-Sketch, "Fred and Maggie Everybody."
8.30.-Musical comedy, "The Masked Masquer
aders." ,, 9.48.-irish airs, "The Emerald Isle."
10.0,-Dance music, "Rendezvous v)ith Rhythm."
WAVE LENGTH, 236 METRES.
6.0 a.m.-News, music chosen by listeners, studio
7.30.-Planist, Len Langford. . , ,
B.O,-"Optimists' Corner" (talk and music). 1.0 p.m.-Luncheon session.
2.30,-"The Pictorial o' tho Air" (reading), 3.1.-Talk, "This Changing World." 3.30.-MUslc and the Instrument.
6.O.-Children-Uncle Tom and his Gang. 6.1.-MUSlo, dinner session.
6.80.-Talk, "Asthma and Its Cause." 7.15.-Comedy, "Mp." _ " " 7.3C-Drama. "One Man's Family." 8.15.-Talk, "Names in the News."
B.30._"The Grocer and Madame" (dialogue and
9.O.-"The Rndlo rtevuo." , " ," ,. , ...
lO.o._"Ten O'clock Musicale" (light olasslcs).
3LO (Melbourne), 2CO (Corowa), 301 (Olpps lfrnrtl, and 3WV (Western Victäilal from 10.30. 3.15 p.m., Classic music: 7.40, National pro- gramme, see 2FO! 10.40, dance mUslc; 11,20 to
3AR"(Melbourne) and 3WV (Western .Victoria)
un to 10.30.-8,0 p.m., "Salt Sea Ballade and Dïttlca of the faocbldo"; 8,55, "Vartet*"; fl.30. "Sundowners" Male Quartet; 10.16 to 10.30, «jews,
4QG (Brisbane). 4HK ¡Rockhampton), and 4QN (Townsville).-7.40 p.m., The Bridges Instrumental TrlOi 8.0, National programme, see 2FOÍ 10.40,
String Quarti . midnight, liewa,
3LR (Lyndhurst) National short-wave station.
9,58mc. Wave length, 31.34m. 12.45 p.m. to 5.0 p.m.-See 3LÖ.
0 30 to 7,40.-Seo 3AR.
8.0 to 11.30.-Programme from 3LO.
EMPIRE SHORT-WAVE STATION,
Transmission No. 1.-Wave lengths, 3l.58m, 25,63m,
and 19.76m (0.51mo, }l.78me, 15.18mc,
4.0 p.m.-Big Ben, 'Empire Exchange." 4.1S.-The B.B.O. Theatre Organ,
4.45.-"Stirling Oastle," a feature programme. 5.26.-The m>ws and announcement«.