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BROADCASTING.

I STUDIO PROGRAMMES.

NATIONAL STATION, 2FC.

WAVE LENGTH, 49?. METRES.

SATURDAY. MAY 21.

10 0 am - Musical Moments

12 noon -Weather Stock. Exchange metal quota

tions

1 1 p ni -Weither news rabies

1-to-Wary Irk Peim races described

Note Where possible descriptions of Melbourne

races

fí 0 -Weather dinner m isle (orchestrait

7 JO-The Alter Dinner Show (humour and

hi rmonji

8 0-National Military Band

fl 40- The Black, and White Vellums (music) R 50-New« «eather market leport

9 0 to 12 midnight-Jim Davidsons ABO Dance

Band

SUNDAY MAY 2

9 30 a m-Weather Inuslrat Heirn

10 0-Gai dening talk George Cooper 110- Classics (music)

1 30 p m -Musical Items 2 0 - Everyman s Music 3 0 to 5 0 -Musicale

3 45 -Captain S O Batt reads a story Old

Sour Face

5 0- Classics (music)

5 JO -Young people 5 session

60- Concert Hal! , ,

6 30 - Young Ideas Young students discuss

What s Wrong with the Homoî 7 0 -Celebrity recital (music) 8 0-The New Note Octet

8 30-Recital by Valma Sullivan (pianist)

8 41-Late neus weather ., , R 15 -Talk the Royal North Shore Hospital 9 5-Film broadcast Manproof .

Loi Franchot lone Walter Pidgeon

NATIONAL STATION 2BL

WAVF LENGTH 405 METRES

SATUrDAY MAY .1

6 10 a ni -f luslc v eather mills shipping mai

ket icuurti ... XJ" 6 45-Caolcs news Irom Sydney Morning- Her-

ald

7 0- The Dally Dozen (physical -xercit.em 8 0 -News Iron Sydney Morning Herald B 30-Hospital Half hour (music talki 0 0 -Lindley Evans (piano) 9 30 -MornliiK Melodi 1(1 o -Racing talk

12 noon -Studio music

Io 51 p m -News cables sporting results

3 15 and 4 5 -Prom University Oval Rugby Union

mitch Lnlversity v Drummoyne

3 35 and 4 25 -rrom Leichhardt Oval Rugby

League match Canterbutj Bankstown v Balmain

5 15 -Children s sessions

5 50 -News and views ol the waterfront r TO -Sporting results and comments

8 0 -Melbourne Symphony Orchestra with Lionel

Lawson ( violin 1

0 0- Oucss This One (three sketches! The

Reforms Sold Midnight Interlude

B 20-John Morleys Quintet wllh Arthur Lee

ivocollst

100-ABC (MelbourneI Wireless Chorus

10 ?'0- Variety featuring Hlldcgorde Weston

Brothers Wilfred Thorn-is Stanclll and lils Hornchcstra . _

Note-Between 10 30 to 110 pm scores and com

menta-y by E L. a Beckett on the match Aus

tralla v Surrey

11 no-News weather lorccast

SUNDAY MAY 22

li 0 am -News weather sporting results

9 10 - The Selection of Varieties of Apples and

Pears for Planting talk by H Broadfoot

9 30 -New releases

IO 10 -OrRan recital Reglnild Dixon 10 30- From the Opérai (music)

110-Prom St Marys Cathedral High Mass

10 pm- Magyar Rhapsody unuslcal travc

logue)

3 o - With Our Cricketers In England an arm

chair chat by P S Burnell

3 30 -The BRiid of H M Coldstream Guards

4 0 -Orchestral music

4 15 -B B c rebroadcast Sands ol Suc 4 45 -London Log

4 55 -Talk My Best New Stoij by T Clarke

5 15 -The Prockter Trio

6 0-AJ1C Radio Choir Maynard Wilkinson

(organist)

0 30 -Talk Professor Walter Murdoch Memories

of Three Cities-Rome

7 0 -Methodist Church Canterbury service _.

song to commemorate the bicentenary of John Weslcj, s experle ice of the warmed heart

0 30-Talk International Affairs Dr A C V

Melbourne

8 50 -The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

9 50-Sonata recital by Tossy Spivakovsky (vlo

lln) Jnscha Splvakovskv Iplanol 10 15-News bulletin 10 20 -Epilogue

STATION 2GB

WAVE LENGTH 345 METRES

SATURDAY MAY 21

bo am -Music news physical exercises 9 0 -Cheer up session

10 30 -Harold Morton Book Reviews 11 0 -Hall ol Song (music)

15 p m -Varieties In music

145 -The karden S H Hunt (talk) 2 15 -Recital by the Street Singer

JO - Origin of Superstitions (drama)

3 45 -Vagnbonds of the Prairies imusic) 40- Air Yoi r Crouch l talk) 5 0 -Sonts to the tiny tots bo-Australian Air Leo"ue 8 30-Final sporting resume

0 45 -Orchestras and vocalists

7 0 -Dithering with Davey comedy) 8 0 -Keyboard Kapers (music)

8 15 - Lady ol Millions (drama) 0 0-Radio Pie i musical comedy)

loo-New«, review

10 15 -Laff Parade imuslcl 10 35-Dance session

-UND».Y MAY 22 u a ni -Musical Items

8 45 -Oigan reverles imuslcl

0 0-Immoit I stories Abraham and Isaac 10 0-ThL Hawaiian Club imusic)

10 30-Liberal Catholic Church of St Alban

li 40-Question« and answers Rev L W Burt

12 45 p m-Parents -ind Cltben« Association (talki

1 45 -Piano personalities

2 0-The Music Hall (music)

3 0- Rooming the World-London (muslo J 30 - Homnncr of Purs (talk)

4 0 -Memolis of a concert master ?1 30 -Vocal celebrity recltil 1 15 -Radio sunday school

i 30-Tin Advent Radio Church

0 -Birthday calls

1 TO Harold Morton Book Reviews

7 0 -Talk G Hodson Problems of Life and

Diath

15 - The Mutiny ol tne Bounty (drama)

7 30- The Escape of Robert Bruce idiami 7 45 -Gems of musical comedy

JO- Dream Melodies idrama music) 3 15- The Shell Show imuslcl no-Worlds famous tenors

0 30 - Highlights of orchestration (music)

9 40 - The Antlaup ihoo b the Grand Canal

Idramal

10 30 -Evensonc

STATION 2UE

VAVE LENGTH 316 METRE

SATURDAY MAY 21

a 0 a ni -Wcathei i arkets shipping call up 6 45 -News bright music musical comedy 8 0-Rindwlck trar-k highlights (talk)

9 0 -Ho nltal and Diggers session (.alls) 9 30-Ron Williams (baritone)

10 0 -Oicetlngs and club movements (talk) 110- Call to Youth Club imusic)

" noon- Poultrv and Cage Birds C Honeyfleld

ItaU)

12 15 p m -Warwick rarm and Williamstown races

5 0 -Mixed music

6 30 -Si ortlns review and summarj 6 50 -Commentary on the racing 7 45-H-irold Park doo races

8 37 - Our Cricketers Abroad talk Bill

Phillips

10 30-Scores Australis i Surrey 10 40 -Oanre music

¡-UNDAY MAY 22 Boam -Blight music

8 45 - riylnv Hirth talk Air Pilot McKlllop

9 50-rilm HU«.-To day and Yesterday 10 30 -Home community singing 1130- Hnrmonv Hour

10pm -Fred Astalre Ivocallstl

1 30 -Onrdenlnc talk C Honevflcld 2 0 -Radio snapshots

2 30 -Dl"ttcrs concert fr >m Tivoli Theatre 2 45 -Talk by Mrs Pankhurst Walsh 3 30- Romance of Furs (talki 5 0 - Dogs talk C Honevfleld

6 0 -Resume Randwick v Elstern Suburbs Rugby

Union match

7 0 - Musical Smoko

7 15- Wings of Gold idramal

7 30- The Escape of Robert Bruce (drama) 7 45 - The Musical Medico

8 0 - A TRle of Two Cities (drama) oil- Screen Successes imuslcl 9 41- The Croonadcrs (mislci 10 15- Twlllaht T nes

STATION 2GZ CENTRAL NSW

WAVE LENGTH 303 METRES

SATURDAY MAY 21

6 30 a in -Music weather market resume

6 45 -Talk Junior farmers producers service 8 0 -News popular recordings

11 45 -Musical adventure

10pm -Warwick rarm races Melbourne race

results

5 0 -Children s session 145-Sporting lesume

8 0 -Fvcnlntr musical programme

0 ii -wrestling from Leichhardt Stadium 10 30 -Dance programme

SUNDAY MAY 22

9 0 am - On the March (music) 9 15 -Sporting results 10 45 -Gems of melody

11 15 - The Golden Hour of Music 3 0 -Band recital romance

4 15 - Music Lovers Programme

5 30- The Destiny of the British Empire (talk) 7 30 - Time Marches On

8 0 - Famous Escapes (drama)

8 15 - The Shell Show (music)

10 0 -International news commentary

STATION 2KY

WAVE LENGTH 294 METRES

SATURDAY MAY 21

6 45 a m -Weather news and commentary 8 30-Saddles and Songs (music)

9 15 -Turf notes

9 20 -Talk on boxing

10 0 -Prom Empire Theatre Community singing 110-Tiack gallops (talk)

12 noon-Warwlcl Par m races Melbourne lace re

suits

10pm -Children s session B 37 -Orchestral conductors 6 45 -Dance session

7 15 -Views on the newe 7 25 -Resume of sport

8 15 -Moments of Mirth

9 0 -Wrestling from Leichhardt Stadium 11 45 -Variety music

SUNDAY MAY ?2

7 30 a m -Music cycling capers 9 30 -Humour for the menfolk

9 45 -At the piano with the Harmony Girl 10 30 -Film Impersonations

11 45 -Piano accoidconlsts on parade 12 noon-Keith Collins (pianist)

1 30 p m -Radio rambllngs 2 30 -Pictures from life

3 30- The Romance of Purs (talk)

4 30 - Raisin Your Parents (sketch)

5 30 -Musl-al tastes

6 0 -Feature Hour Artists. Benny Oddy Iris

Roderick (Impersonator) Will Perryman (tenor) Arthur McEvoy (banjo) Pat Lawler (vocalist) 7 30 -Piano Accordéon Merry-go round 8 30 -Happy Peet (play) S O -Musical items

10 IS -Ne«! broadcast

STATION 2ÜW.

WAVK LENGTH.' 870 MEITtBS.

SATURE»AY, MAT 31.

4.0 «.m.-Oountrym.n'i breakfast ir «lion. 4.35.-Weather, river«, mill», shipping.

<.45.-Resume Australia v Northamptonshire.

5.0.-Dairyman's Interests. Stock, «tatton, »na

produce notes.

"Í.30_"Darby and Joan" (sketch). 8.0.-Breakfast Cavalcade (music).

D.O.-"On p»rade" (Diggers' session).

9 30_Suggestions -for Warwick Farm and Williams-

town. Greyhound lorm and selections. Track

gallops.

11.30.-Llsht orchestral music.

11.4.1.-Chllarcn's party at Gr»c» Bros."

12.30 p m.-Descriptions Warwick Farm end Wil-

liamstown races.

4.55.-Children's session.

R.10.-Race leproductlolis.

6.50.-Sport, final results._" 7.15.-"An Evening with Darby and Joan

(sketch).

7.45.-Harold Park dog races.

10.30.-Scores and resume Australia T Surrey.

10.45.-Dance music.

12 midnight.-Henry Gregory entertains.

1.30 a.m.-News. Nurses' session. Relays.

SUNDAY, MAY 22.

4.0 a m -New Zealand breakfast session.

4.30.-Weather. rlier3, malls, shipping. .,,_" 5.0._Talk, dairyman's Interests, stock, station.

and producr notes.

7.0.-Breakfast cavalcade (music).

9.20.-Melodv Girl.

fl.30.-T. McOorlen. talk on dogs.

10.30.-"Court of Kings" imusic).

10.45.-"Flying Scholarship" (talk).

11.0.-Music of the masters.

12.15 p.m.-The Comedy Harmonists. 12.45.-Singing Strings (music). 1.30.-"Feet First" (talki.

3.O.-Cavalcade of popular artists. 3.0.-John Hendrick (tenon.

3.30.-"The Romance of Pur" (talk).

4.15.-Light entertnlnment by famous artists.

5.30.-"Destiny of the British Empire," A. G. East-

man (talki.

6.30.-Orchestral selections.

6.40.-"Hot Spots from History" (cpmedyl.

7.30.-"Time Marches On" (dramatised news). 7.50.-"Critical Moments" (dramal. 8.30.-"We Shall Have Music."

B.45.-"Danger In Brazil" (drama). 9.45.-Theatrical revue (music).

10.0.-"Foreign Affairs." J. M. Prentice (talk).

10.30.^-MusIc-lovers' Half-hour.

12 mtdnleht.-John Walker entertains.

1.30 a.m.-News, nurses' session, relays.

STATION 2CH.

WAVE LENGTH. 252 METRES.

SATURDAY, MAY 21.

S.45 a.m.-The Good-mornlns Man. 8.45.-Mothers,' session.

10.2.-Devotion. Rev. G. R Holland.

10.45.-Australian Women's League (talki.

11.45.-Look Up and Laugh Ihumorous records). 12 noon.-Wizards of the Wurlltzer.

1.0 p.m.-Afternoon at home (bright music).

5.15.-Children's session. 6.35.-Sporting results

6.59.-Weather, musical Items. 7.30.-Festival of the bands.

8.0 to 10 30.-"Melodv for You" (rau.lcal

extravaganza I.

8.30.-June Dawn (soprano).

10.30.-Scores. Australia v Surrey.

SUNDAY. MAY 22. 9.0 a.m.-Concert programme. 10.45.-Exclusive artists.

11.0.-Church of Christ. Paddington (Pastor

Grcenhnlghi

2.30 p.m.-Temperance session (talk). 2.50.-Foreign Mission address. 3 0.-Concert programme.

4.30.-Book reviews Rev. W. A. Marsh. 5.0.-Children's session.

¡1.40.-Service for the sick.

5.58.-Talk to Youth Workers, Miss B. Osborne 7.0.-Lyceum: Central Methodist Mission. Rev.

P. H Rayward.

R.15.-Sacred music.

9.O.-The Bible Man (talk).

9.15.-The Church In the Wildwood. 9.45.-Epilogue. Rev. R. J. Williams.

STATION 2SM.

WAVE LENGTH. 236 METRES.

SATURDAY, MAY 21. 6.0 a.m.-News, listeners' choice.

7.15.-"Hollywood Through a Keyhole" (talk). 7.30.-Len Langford (novelty pianist). 8.20.-Racing talk.

8.45-Bright music. 1.0 p.m.-Musicale.

5.0.-Children-Uncle Tom and his Gang.

6.30_Dinner music.

7.5.-Resume of sports.

7.15.-"Wings of Gold" Idiama). 7.30_"Patterns In Harmonies." 8.0.-"The Merrymakers."

8.30.-"The Orocer Entertains" (sketch). 9.0.-Variety entertainment.

9.30.-"On With the Dance." latest releases.

10.15.-Waltz time.

SUNDAY. MAY 22.

11.0 a.m.-High Mass, St. Mary's Cathedral. 12.15 p.m.-Instrumental music.

4.0.-Celebrity recital (music).

6.1.-Children-Uncle Tom and Joan.

6.35.-Lecturette, Father Walsh: "Considerations.1 7.0.-Question-box. Rev. Dr. Rumble. 8.0.-Lecturette. Father Thompson,

8.30_"The Follies from Theatr. of the Air." 9.0.-"The Singing Violin."

9.10.-"We Shall Have Music."

9.30.-Piano request session (Marie Ormston).

INTERSTATE STATIONS.

SATURDAY. MAY 21.

3AR (Melbourne). 2CO (Corowai. and 3G1 (Gipps- land).-8.0 p.m.: National programme No. 1 (see 2BL). 11.0: Meditation music. 11.20: News.

3LO (Melbourne) and 3WV (Western Victoria). 8.0 p.m. to 12 midnight: Old-time dance night. 8.50:

News.

4QR (Brisbane). 4RK (Rockhampton), and 4QN (Townsville).-8.0 p.m.: National programme No. 1 (see 2BL). 11.20 to 11.30: News.

4QG iBrlsbanei.-8.0 p.m.: Radio dance night. 8 50: News. 9.0- Boxing contest. 10.0 to 12 mid-

night: Dance music.

5AN (Adelaide) and 5CK (Crystal Brook).-8.0 p.m.: National programme No. 1 (sec 2BL). 11.20: Meditation music. 11.50 to 12 midnight: News.

5CL (Adelaide).-8.0 p.m.: Trotting descriptions. 10.30: News. 11.30: Wrestling 11.40 to 12 mid- night: Dance music. *

SUNDAY. MAY 22.

3AR (Melbourne). 2CO (Corowa), and 3G1 (Gipps- land).-11.0 a.m.: Welsh Church. 6.0 p.m.: National programme No. 1 (see 2BD.

3LO (Melbourne) and 3WV (Western Victoria). 10.45, a.m.: St. Paul's Cathedral. 7.0 p.m.: Laurl Kennedy I'cello). Dorothy Kennedy (piano). 7.20: English songs. 8.20: The victorian Strln« Quartet. 0.0: Harry Bloom's Tango Band. 9.50: News.

4QR iBrlsbanei, 4RK (RockhamptonI, and 4QN (Townsville).-6.0 p.m.: National programme No. 1 isee 2BLI. 10.20 to 10.30' Epilogue.

4QO (Brisbane).-11.0 a.m.: Methodist Church 7.30 p.m.: St. Andrew's Church of England. 8.50: News. 9.0 to 10.0: Fountains of Melody.

5AN lAdelaldel and 5CK (Crystal Prook).-11.30 a.m.: Maughan Methodist Church. 6.0 p.m.: National programme No. 1 (see 2BL). 10.20: Epilogue.

5CL (Adelaide) -7.J0 p in.- Lutheran Church 9.0: Harry Bloom's Band. 9.30: "Murder on the High Seas.1' 10.40 to 11.0: Epilogue.

VLR iLvndhurstl. National Short-wave Station

SATURDAY, MAY 21.

9.58mc-Wave length: 31.34m. 12.30 to 5.30 p.m.-See 3LO.

6.30 to 7.35.-Special programme. 8.0 to 12 midnight_See 3AR.

SUNDAY. ' MAY "22.

6,0 to 10.30 p.m.-Programme from 3AR.

EMPIRE SHORT-WAVE STATION.

SATURDAY, MAY 21.

Transmission No. 1.-Wave lengths: 31.55m, 25.53m,

19.76m, 16.86m. and 19.82m O.Slmc, 11.7Smc _ 15.18mc, I7.79mc, and 15.14mcl.

3.0 p m.-Big Ben. "At the Black Dog."

3.30-Dance music.

3.40.-"Eight Bells." A naval concert partj. 4,40.-"London Log."

4 50 lo 5.15.-The news.

SUNDAY. MAY 22.

3.0 p.m.-Big Ben. A religious service (Congrega

Monal) from Whltefleld's Tabernacle, London. 3.50.-violin and pianoforte recital.

4.15-"Sands of Suez" (feature programme).

4.45 to 5 15.-Weeklv news and sports summary

A.W.A. EXPERIMENTAL SERVICE.

VK2ME.-Wave lengths: 31.28 I9590kcl.

Sunday: 4 p.m. to 0 p.m. and 8 p.m. to midnight

(news, 9 p.ml.

Monday: 1.30 a.m. to 3.30 a.m. (news, 1.45 a.m.)

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