THURSDAY, JUNE 20.
NATIONAL STATION 2FC.
WAVE LENGTH, 451 METRES.
.7.0 a.m.-Music, weather, news, cables (copyrIghT
commentary for the man outback, fruit and produce report, wool and wheat report, mails
.9.30.-Marching; music for school children, expre
.10.0.-British wireless news.
.10.40.-Oversea wheat quotations.
.10.45.-The week's cookery talk: "The Art of
.11.0.-Louise Mack will tell of "A Trip Throuj
.11.15.-Morning devotion by Pastor A. R. Lloyd 12.0 noon.-Broadcast to schools: Primary: "HI:
tory." Mr. H. L. Harris. M.A.. LL.B., Teacher College. Sydney, will tell of "The Influences of T. S. Mort on the Dairying Industry."
12.25 p.m.-Weather, produce market session, early
sheep and cattle report from Homebush. Stock Exchange and metal quotations, news commen
1.0. News, cables (copyright), British wireless
1.12.-Luncheon music, marching music for school
children, Stock Exchange.
3.0.-Broadcast to schools: Secondary: French.
Lesson 5: Dr. L. D. Woodward, B.A., and Madam
.4.0.-H. C. Harper will speak on "Great Eng
lish Actors-the Age of Garrick." .5.30.-The chlldren's hour. 5.15.-Dinner hour.
8.0.-Concert by the A.B.C. (Sydney) Chamber
Orchestra. Margot Macgibbon and Frederick Jackson (solo violinista and solo pianist). Kynas- ton Franks baritone). Orchestra: Overture "Figaro" (Mozart). Margot Macgibbon and orchestra: "Concerto in G Major" (Mozart) Kynaston Franks (baritone): "Aria - Prlnce Igor" (Borodino, "The Captive" (Gretchan inoff, "Young Dietrich" (Henschell). Frederick
Jackson and orchestra: "Concerto in A Minor,' Op. 54 (Schumann!. Kynaston Franks: "Torea dor's Song"-"Carmen' IBlzet). Orchestra "Suite l'Arleslenne" (Bizet).
.9.20.-"Leaves from a Fox-hunter's Diary"-:
talk, Captain T. M. Tate,
i »D/SO.-"Winter Revels," variety, featuring Atho 1 Tier and Peggy Ross (entertainers), Cocoanu
Grove Trio (musical modernists), Al Hammet: (saxophone), Hill Billy Girls (singing instru- mentalists). Frank Ryan and William Elliot! (comedians), Hilda Grace and Rene Lees (two piano duo), Eric Masters (compere). .10.30.-Weather, late news.
.11.0.-Relayed from 3LO. Melbourne: Dance music
by the A.B.C. Dance Band.
" To be relayed to 2NC, Newcastle.
NATIONAL STATION 2BL. WAVE LENGTH, 351 METRES.
I 7.0 a.m.-Music (recorded), news. Call-up notices
from the Government Labour Exchange. Cables (copyright), British wireless news. .8.5.-Music, story. 11.30.-Music.
11.40_"Bach and Musical Colossus," talk by Lesbia
12.0 noon.-Stock Exchange, pianoforte recital. 12.30 p.m.-Vocal and Instrumental music.
¡Í.O.-News, cables (copyright), weather, story. 3.0.-Recordings.
4.30.-chat over the teacups, by Noelle Brennan.
Stock Exchange, weather.
I *ß.3.-Mode] aeroplane session.
.8.20.-W. W. Davis will speak on "The Merino I Exhibits at the Sydney Sheen Show."
[ *0.3O.-Weather. Stock Exchange, general market
produce and fruit report, and late Sussex-street prices. Homebush stock sales, wool sales, poultry report, truck bookings. .7.5.-Sporting results.
7.20.-J, V. Membrcy, talk on "Hardcourt Tennis." 7,25.-Charles Lucas, talk on "Boxing and Wrest-
.7.30.-Relayed from "AR, Melbourne: Mr. J.
Akeroyd, Inspector-General of Prisons In Victoria, will speal: on "Can Criminals be Cured?"
.7.50.-News, cables (copyright), British wireless
8.0.-From thc Mosman Town Hall: Community
singing concert. David Barwell (baritone). Vincent Ryan (entertainer). The Blue Five (In-
* To be relayed to 2NC. Newcastle.
WAVE LENGTH, 316 METRES. 7.0 a.m.-News, market reports, music.
7.40.-Darby and Joan at the breakfast table. B.1S.-Ambassadors of Happiness.
10.0.-Richard Want. B.A.: "The History of
Science" (The Nature of Man). 10.25.-Happy session.
10.45.-George Edwards In "The Love Story ol Lord
12 noon.-Household hints.
12.15 p.m.-Hctt.lo Templeton: "Numerology."
1.45.-Ellis Price, the storyteller. 2.0.-Happiness club.
2.45.-School of domestic science. 3.45.-Homclovers' session.
4.0.-"The Red Square of Moscow.'-'
4.30.-Harold Morton: "The Science of Life." 4.45.-Thc Theatre of Youth. 6.35.-Snapshots of sport.
6.47.-The Voice of thc People, a Russian Romance. 6.58.-Chandu, thc Magician.
7.15.-Thc Happy Valley Boy3.
7.30.-The Air Adventures of Jimmy Allen. 7.50.-George Edwards in "Inspector Scott."
8.20.-Thc Adventures of the Hon. Archie and His
Japanese Servant, Prank.
8.45.-"Tile Count of Monte Cristo." 9.0.-Easy-chair music. .
0.15.-The Birth of the British Nation, "Offa,
King of Merola." A George Edwards production. 10.0.-George Edwards lu "The Trial of Hawley
10.30.-Harry Roy and his Mayfair Hotel Orchestra,
with Ann Sutor. the Personality Girl. 11.0.-Slumber music.
WAVE LENGTH, 293 METRES.
6.0 a.m.-Wake-up session, weather and shipping.
7.30.-Home-lovers' session. 8.30.-News, music
9.20.-Women's session. 9.45.-Ricing talk. 11.15.-Health talk.
11.30.-Household hints and recipes. Serial. 12.30 p.m.-Thc home and garden session.
1.15-Talk on the Maternal and Infant Jubilee
Welfare Fund, by Mr. T. H. Silk, president of tho Employers' Federation.
2.30.-Serial, "Burnt Sugar."
3.15.-Radio Adviser on life's problems. 4.45.-Children's session. 6.37.-"The sheridans." 6.45.-Racing talk.
6.52.-"Frederick and 'Erbert."
7.10.-2UE Radio Ensemble and recordings. 7.20.-"Thc Adventures of Bobby Filbert." 7.30.-Music from "Ball at the Savoy."
8.15.-Marie Landon and Arthur Hemsley present
"In Lighter Vein."
8.30.-"The Prairie Dog or Marmot," talk by
8.41-Arthur Hcmslcy In "Oddities." 0.0.-Miss Jean Stewart (soprano).
0.20.-Xylophone colo by Jack Purdon.
10.0.-A radio glimpse of "Deluge." presented by
WAVE LENGTH, 280 METRES.
6.45 a.m.-Weather, news and commentary, music. 10.0.-Music, story. Captain Bairnsfather. 10.30.-Women's session, music.
1.30.-"Round the Globe of Curiosities." Music. 2.30.-Suburban session, music. 5.30.-Children's session.
0.35.-Melody Girl ot the plano. 6.50.-Frederick and -Erbert. 7.45.-Jack and Jill, sketch. 8.25.-Health talk. 10.0.-Radio play.
10.15.-Birthday calls and music.
WAVE LENGTH. 267 METRES.
4.43 a.m.-Weather, rivers, malls and shipping,
dairyman's interests, stock, station and produce
0.0.-Over thc top with the Diggers.
10.40.-Manny Aarons (organist).
11.45.-Mothers' and children's welfare session. 12.0 noon.-Luncheon music.
1.0 p.m.-The happy hour.
I. 45.-Acceptances for Rosehill.
2.35.-Prelude to afternoon tea. 4.30.-Laurence MacAulay. 5.0.-Children's session.
5.40.-Homebush market quotations.
6.52.-"The Prairie Dog or Marmot," S. Blber. 7.20.-"Mrs. 'Arris and Mrs. 'Iggs." 7.30.-Len Maurice entertains.
7.45.-"Here, There, and Everywhere." 8.0.-Alf. Lawrence composes a song. 8.30.-Musical storyettcs.
1O.0.-Old time dance orchestra from Palais Royal. 12.0 midnight.-Marius Reilly entertains.
3.0.-British and Continental relays, sunrise salute.
WAVE LENGTH. 248 METRES. 7.0 a.m.-Early morning session. 0.15.-Session for mothers.
10.2.-Morning devotion. Rev. C. Wheeler. 10.50.-Food, fashions, and philosophy.
II. 45.-News flashes.
.12.0 noon.-Homc-scrvlcc session.
12.30 p.m.-Dion Wheeler, Storyteller.
1.0.-From Pitt-street Congregational Church: Com-
munity praise service.
C.30.-Captain Woodham tells the story of the black
'7.0.-Play. "The New Adventures of Tiger Bryce."
Featuring Hay Simpson. John Saul. John Apple- ton, und Gordon Forsythe.
7.15.-Play. "The Treasure Adventures of Donald
8.0.-"You're Telling Me." A presentation o[ the
amazing by Keith Howard and Kenneth Fowles.
0.15.-Play. "The Golden Comet." Featuring
Betty Suttor, Hilda Scurr, Ross Vernon. Lou Vernon, and Bert Barton.
0.55.-"What's on In thc Theatre World?" By the
WAVE LENGTH. 236 METRES.
7.0 a.m.-Breakfast session, news, mublc. 1.0 p.m.-Luncheon session.
1.5.-Track work and general topics, music.
1.45.-Acceptances and prospects for Rosehill races 3.0.-Women's session.
4.30.-The Passing Show.
6.O.-"The Phantom Detective"-Exploits thi
6.52.-Comedy sketch. Frederick end 'Erbert. 7.0.-Al. Hammett (saxophonist!. 7.15.-"The City of Perhaps."
Note.-News (lashes throughout the evening.
8.45.-Irish mo.odlcs-old und new.
0.0.-"In Town To-night"- interviewing the city':
0.45.-"The Catholic Hour."
10.20.-"Bcrcuses" UarncfeHl. Music.
3LO (Melbourne) «nd 2CO (Corowa).-3.30 p.m.. darcie music- 8.0, National programme (see 2FO: 10.30. news: 10.40 to 11.30. dance music.
3AR i Melbourne I.-Midday, community sluging: 4.45 p.m.. evensong from St. Paul's: 8.0. "H.M.S. Pinafore": 9.15, 'A Story of Waterloo": 10.0. sporting; 10.15 lo 10.30. news.
4QQ (Brlsbanei and 4RIC (Rockhampton).-B.O p.m., community singing: 9.0. "Red. White, and Pink Russians' (tallei ; 10.30. transoccun news; 11.0 to 11.30. dance music.
5CL (Adelaide) and 5CK (Crystal Brook)_8.30 p.m.. the Lydian Singers; 9.30. Ben Williams: lo.O. military band: 110. news: 11.35 to midnight, dance
3LR (Lyndhurst) (National short-wave stationl
9580kc-WOT» length. 31.3m
6.15 to 8.0 p.m.-A programme from 3AR. 3.0 to IO.30.-Sec ILO.
EMPIRE SHORT-WAVE STATION.
Transmission No. 1.
Wave Lengths. 31.55m and 25.53m. 2.30.-Bit Ben. Orcher-tra.