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IRON LUNG INVENTOR AT 5 AD TOMORROW
Unabated Interest In Spelling Bees DAWE TO DESCRIBE OLD CROCKS' RACE Special Music For j Good Friday |
With spelling and question bees pre sented In the 5 AD manner not merely maintaining but growing in popular in terest after six months, listeners are keenly anticipating their resumption from the studio next Tuesday night. They wlU be continued at 5 AD each
Tuesday night, but for the next few months the broadcast will begin at 8 pjn. instead of 8.15 p.m. Tickets can be obtained free from Malcolm Reid's. Rundle street. Another feature for the coming week will be the appearance of Mr. E. T. Both, young Adelaide inventor of the iron lung, before the S AD microphone at
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the conclusion of 'Men In White'— to- morrow night's radio theatre drama, which will begin at 7.30. On Good Friday 5 AD will be on the air continuously from 9 ajn. to 11 pjn. with a special programme of uninter rupted music. Another highlight will be Rex Dawe's 'running' description of the Old Crocks motor race this afternoon. Listeners should have an enjoyable broadcast. Listeners should note the following alterations which will apply to pro grammes as from today: — Mr. Steve McKee's sporting resume will be broadcast each Saturday at 6 30 pjn. instead of 7 pjn. Home Project Club notes will be pre sented each Saturday at 7.45 aJn. In stead of 7.45 pjn. 'Men In White' 'Men In 'White.' which will be pre sented from the Radio Theatre tomor row night, tells of the work, ambitions and experiences of surgeons and others who devote their lives to the alleviation of human suffering. The two main roles — those of the men in white— will be taken by Peter Finch and Lou Ver non. At the conclusion of the plav, the young Adelaide inventor, Mr. E. T. Both, whose simplified iron lung is being sup plied by Lord Nuffield to Empire hos pitals, will be interviewed at the 5 AD studio by the manager of the station. The interview will be relayed through out Australia. Good Friday Programme Special arrangements have been made to provide suitable entertain ment on Good Friday. Stations 5 AD 5PI-5MU will come on the air at 9 ajn. and will broadcast continuously until 11 pjn. The afternoon programme from 1 p.m. will be chosen from the 5 AD Wide Range Library, and will be divided into such sessions at 'Master Melodies,' 'Gems from Opera.' 'Musical Comedy Items,' and 'Ballads We Love.' 'Fred and Maggie Every
5 AD Short Wave''c'lubM Nevus And English Short Wave Programmes On Page 9 body' and 'The Bright Announcer' will not be broadcast. 'Mr. and Mrs. Everybody' will be heard next week from Monday to Thursday, instead of from Tuesday to Friday, as usual, and the Friday session by the 'Bright Announcer' will be given on Easter Saturday morning. At 8.45 pjn. por tion of Stainer's 'Crucifixion' will be broadcast. The annual convention of the Apex Club will be held in Adelaide this year, and will be attended by representatives of 45 Apex Clubs throughout Australia. On Easter Saturday the Federal Treasurer (Mr. Casey) will speak at a dinner at John Martin's dining hall, and 'The Advertiser' network has arranged an exclusive broadcast from 7 pjn. to 8 pjn. Royal Show The adventures of Dad and Dave, told from stations 5 AD5PI5MU 5SE each Monday to Thursday, at 1.15 pjn.. have often been shared by Sally, the cow. Sally is one of the most prized ?ossessions of Snake Gully, and she is now almost as essential a part cf the serial as Dad and Dave themselves. Next week's episodes of tins serial will once again introduce Sally, and this time she is being entered njram for the Royal Show. The Snake Gi-11- folks are certain of her success, but Bill Smith, who waits with Mum and Dave for the judge's verdict, has plenty of arguments to offer as to why Sally will not be Royal Show champion a second time.