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A.B.C. To Open New Station; Thebarton Match From 5 AD
The official opening of the new ABC station at Broken Hill will be broadcast at 7.45 p.m. on Thursday. After speeches by
the Postmaster-General and Mr. E. R. Daves, vice-chairman of the ABC. a programme of music by a local orchestra, band, choir and quartet will be presented. Mnsie Jessica Dix will give a piano recital at 7.15 p.m. today, and at 7.30 the Sydney Symphony Orches tra will be heard. Loreto Convent GirlE- Choir will be conducted by Miss Burdon at 4.4.5 pjn. tomorrow. Cnarles Baggott and Claude Wilting will ren der soldiers' songs at 9.4S pjn. on I Monday. Harold Parsons will give a| ?cello recital at 7.45 pjn. on Tues day, and at 9.15 p.m. Ginette Neveu will give a violin recital. The Ade laide Choral Society, with Holland May and Len Taylor, will be heard from M&ughan Church at 8 pjn. on Wednesday. The Adelaide Orchestra, ?with Jessica DU. will perform the Concerto in G Minor by Horace Per kins at 9.15 pjn. on Friday. Plan Paul O'Lsugnlin wIU pro duce "Badger's Green" at 9 pjn. to day: and at 3.45 pjn. tomorrow the BBC will present "Grumpy." Radio Repertory will present "Androcles and the Lion," by Bernard Shaw, at 7 pjn. on Monday under tbe direction of Stafford Dyson. Talks.—Mr. H. K. Kemp will speak on "Three Elements in Horticulture" at BJO ajn. tomorrow. Mr. D. B. Muirhead win give a talk on lamb car case competitions at 12.19 p.m. on Tuesday: and at the same Lime on Thursday there will be an actuality broadcast on the olive industry. Dr. 6. W. Pennyculck will speak on "Oceans of Air" at 7.30 pjn. on Fri day: and at 9.50 Professor Portus will give another talk in the series "Foun dation Stones of Human Progress— Writing." Church services will be broadcast from St. Mary's cathedral. Hobart. at 9 s.m. tomorrow; and at IS ajn. Rev. j. E. Auricht will preach *r. Emmanuel Evangelical Church. Sport.—Full descriptions of toe T*>urth Test match will be given to night, and the usual race, football and hockey events will be broadcast this -*'--n-vn i
! SAD will broadcast Steve Mc -1 Kee's commentary on the Tor | rens-Norwood match from the ! [ Thebarton Oval today. Today's ? r Test broadcast begins at 8 pjn., l and will continue until "stumps." j ' The broadcast of the Torrens-Nnr wood match will be heard during mi i tervals between race events from 1 Mentone and Cheltenham. ; Bernard Shaw Play.—On July 26. 1 Bernard Shaw will be 92. and to com ' memorate the occasion. Harry Dearth 'Ihas chosen Shaw's "Man of Destiny" for the Radio Theatre presentation '!at 7.30 t>.m. This is the story ot ?l Napoleon Bonaparte and his adven ture in a small Italian inn. As the play is comparatively short, it will be broadcast in its entirety. Peter Finch will star as Napoleon and Owenda Wilson as the lady. 5 AD's - New Features. —Recently S AD has added a list of impressive I new features to it* weekly pro-1 grammes. New to south Australia, they are designed to give the public a completely balanced listening week On Mondays at 9 pjn.. "Secrets of Scotland Yard." starring Clive Brook, brings authentic thrills from the flies of the world's best-known police orga nisation. On Thursdays, at 9.1S pjn.. ?This Actually Happened" recounts some strange incidents which have! been fully authenticated but which baffle attempts to explain them. "Appointment With Fate."—At 7 pjn. on Sunday* Is a fascinating series of episodes demonstrating how some kind of influence seems to work pelling them to take the path to fame often in spite of themselves. "Impudent Impostors."—"All the world loves a rogue" is the theme of "Impudent Impostors." heard every Friday at 7 p.m. It takes the listener to the side of some of history's most amusing and famous rogues who im personated kings, dukes, and other notable figures. British Guest Appeal.—All South Australian stations will combine to present the British Guest Sunday ap peal tomorrow at 12.45 pjn. Tomor row's unseen guest is a British war widow.