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5 AD's 'Big Sister' Ends Tonight

The players in "Big Sister," which will end tonight at 7.30—Thelma Scott. Nigel Lovell, Peter Finch Peter Dunstan and Bettie Dickson—have won admiration

] from radio critics all over the Common-! wealth. | Replacing the outgoing feature will be I "Crass Roads of LJIe," a story or a bril- I liant young barrister struggling to ad-j ;Just himself to a war-torn world and to rid his mind of his ordeal through war. i "Crossroads of Life'* stare ThelmA Scott, Nigel Lovell, Peter Pinch and Lyn dall Barbour. During power restrictions , ;his feature will be played at the follow- | linp times:—Wednesday. 6 p.m.; Thurs-' day, 6 p.m.; Friday, 6 p.m., and Satur day, 7.30 to 8 p.m. J Raeln t .—Victoria Park, Ted Madigan; i Mentone. Eric Welch. Golf—a cover of the final of Uie Ama teur Golf Championship at Kooyonea be tween W. Edgar and W. S. Rymill will be given today by Geoff Roberts. A Resume oi the morning round is scheduled for 12.45- p.m.; progress scores of the afternoon round will be given intermit tently, and a final commentary at ap-1 ! prcximalely 5.15 p.m. J Football.—Assisting Steve McKee In to idiy's broadcast or the Adelaide Oval I match between an Association side and' the Whyalla team will be Mr. Viv Gar-1 wood, well-known Whyalla sportsman Hit Parade.—English releases of cur rent hits are now arriving in greater numbers at 5 AD. and in tonight's pre sentation the English version of -Let It Snow. Let It Snow will be heard. This If rendered by Lew Stone and his band. ??Cruising Down the River." "Symphony." by Geraldo, and "Did You Ever Get that Peeling in the Moonlight." as well as the two favorites, "Chickery Chick" and "The Gypsy." British Film Highlights.—Saturday night Bt 8 brings a half-hour or musical moments from British fl'ms. Tonight's programme includes the Sp'.tflrc Prelude. Jby Walton, "There Are Angels Outside Heaven," with Richard Tauber, Carole I Lynn and Nancy Browne, "The Cornish ' Rhapsody." from the fclm -Love Story." and "You Will Return to Vienna- from the film "Waltz Time." Kangaroos On Parade.—During power restrictions Kangaroos on Parade has been suspended. Wild Life, —Crosby Morrison deals with the protective instinct of fishes this week in the series "Wild. Life" from S AD at 6.15 p.m. Cllvr Of India.—The dramatic pattern of England's master; of India is well shown in "Olive of India," the Lux Radio Theatre presentation for tomorrow at 7.30 p.m. As the wayward schoolboy who became an Elmpire hero. Rupert Chancs convincingly depicts the change that came upon dive after his failure to com mit suicide, "dive of India" throws into focus facts which have not been emphasised in previous biographies of this remarkable figure. Radio Playhonse.—"Murder She Says" is a murder story as intriguing as its title, and will be presented in the Radio Playhouse on Tuesday, at 8 p.m. Helba.—Sir Landon Ronald, the fam ous musician, after his first meeting with Melba had never heard of the opera she had asked him to play the next day. He went home and stayed up all night learning the score and played it to Melba next day. Her decision to take him to New York, and her brilliant American season, provide the substance of tomor row night's episode of Melba at 6.45. ! =====