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On the Air

Jo-day

2FC and »2CY.

6.30: Call-up Notices, Market Re- ports; 6.50: News; 7.5: Physical Exercises; 7.15: Music; 7.45: News; 8.5: Music; *2CY: News from "Can- berra Times"; 9.0: Music; 9 30: Serial 9.50: Wheat Quotations;-10.0: Devotion; 10.15: Close. , a- ?

12.0: Broadcast to Schools; 12.25: Wheat Quotations, Sheep and Cattle Sales, Produce Market; 12.40: News; 1.5: Weather; .1.10: Rainfall; 1.15: Music; 1.25: Stock Exchange, Metal Quotations; 1.3,0: News; 1.40: Music; 2.30: Speaking Personally, conducted by Lorna Byrne; 2.45: Talk; 3.0: Broadcast to Schools; 4.15: News;

4.30: Music.

5.30: Children's Session; 6.15: Dig- gers' Session; 6.20: Sporting; 6.30: Stock Exchange, Market Reports, Stock Truckings, Inland Rainfall; 6.45: Sporting; 7.0: News; 7.25: National Military Band; 7.45: Dr. R. A. Millikan-How Measurements on Cosmic Rays are Made.

8.0: The Mysterious, Mr. Lynch, by Max Afford, Episode the Second-The Barred Door; 8.35: Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Malcolm Sargent. Assisting Artist: Jeanne Gautier (Violinist); 9.20: John Charles Thomas; 9.30: News; 10.0: Jim and Jitters-Jim Gerald and Jim Davidson's Band; 10.30: News Com- mentary; 10.40: Modern and Con- temporary Composers; 11.15: Union Internationale de Radioifussion, Gen- eve-Sixth World Concert to be given under the auspices of the I.B.U. by Hawaiian Broadcasting Stations; 11.50: News; 12.0: Close.

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10.0: Devotion; 10.20: Women's Session; 11.0: Jane Lyset-'Helping the Under-dog in London; 11.25: Music; 4.15: Story; 4.35: Music; 5.40: Programme Previews; 6.0: Dinner Music; 7.30: After Dinner Show.

8.0: Music; 8.10: Harry Bloom's Band, featuring the Mills Brothers; «.30: Burning Questions - Popu- lation Trends and the Refugee, n. W. G. K. Duncan; 8.50: Film ' Review by Kenneth Mc- Kenzie; 9.0: Serial Thriller - Paul Temple and the »Front Page Men, by

Francis Durbridge; (9.30: Sydney'

Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Malcolm Sargent, with Jeanne Gautier (Violinist); 10.15: Music;

10.30: Close.

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6.30:. Essential , Se/vjces; i 6.50:1

News; 7.5 :l Daily .Dozejj^.ïa:, AWmf Clock Hour; ,7.45: News;, ,&£: Hefte and There;. 8.30:. Re-bi;oadcas£ ? Of Sixth World Concert;' *. 9.0: " Music;' 9 30: Radio Serial; 9.50: Music; 10.0: Daily Devotion; 10.15: Close.

12.0: Broadcast to Schools; 12.25: Essential Services; 12.40:,At Home and Abroad; 12.55: News; 1.5: Es- sential -Services; 1.30: News; 1.40: Music; 2.30: Speaking Personally Miss <Lorna Byrne; 2.45: Songs and Their Singers; 3.0: Broadcast to Schools;' 3.15: Classic Hour.

4.15: News; 4.30: Music; 5.30: Tiny 'Tots' Session; 5.40: Young People's Session; 6.15: Music; 6.30: Essential Services; 6.40:" Sporting; 7.0: News; 7.25-12.0: See 2FC. ,

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10.0: Daily Devotion¡IIÍ0I15IÍJ#V VJ

10.20: Woman's-Hour;" 11.20: M$s¿jyf, 2.0: Music interspersed with Descrip-j tions of Trots .at 'Ascot; 4.0: Accept- ances for Caulfield; 5.15: Music; 5.30: Evening Serenade; 6.0: Dinner Music; 7.30: After Dinner Show.

8.0: Rhythm is Our Business Harry Bloom's Band, featuring the Mills Brothers; 8.30: Problems of Australia - Discussion between Mr. Herbert Burton and Mr. P. D. Phil- lips; 9.0: Wireless Chorus; 9.20: Con- sole and Strings; 9.45: Rita Miller (Soprano); 10.5: Mirth and Melody;

10.30: Close.

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