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  • THURSDAY April 5 (30 March 1934)
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  • The wireless weekly : the hundred per cent Australian radio journal, v.23, no.13, 1934-03-30
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  • Australasian Radio Relay League.
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  • The wireless weekly : the hundred per cent Australian radio journal
  • Vol. 23 No. 13 (March 30, 1934)
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  • THURSDAY April 5 oFr 1 665 Kilocycles [National Station , Sydney .] Day Sessions as Tuesday, except: THE MORNING SESSION (Relayed to 2NC, 9.30 to 10.30 a.m., and 10.45 to 11.30 a.m.) 10.15: A Racing Talk by the A.B.C. Racing Commissioner. 10 45: THIS WEEK’S COOKERY TALK—“Some Easter Recipes.” 11.0: Gwen Varley talks to “THE WOMAN IN THE HOME.” THE MIDDAY SESSION (Relayed to 2NC, 12 noon to 2 p.m.) 12 O' “Big Ben.” EDUCATIONAL SESSION, BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS PRIMARY: “HISTORY.” TORY.” Mr. V. C. Heydon, Demonstration monstration School, Forest Lodge, will speak on “The Last of the Barons —Warwick the Kingmaker.” maker.” 12.20: A Musical Interlude (r.). 12.25: Stock Exchange and Metal Quotations. Metropolitan forecast cast and weather synopsis. Special cial Produce Markets Session for the man on the land, supplied by the State Marketing Bureau. Early Report of the Sheep and Cattle from Homebush, supplied by the State Marketing Bureau. 12 45: Midday News Commentary. 1.6: A glance at the afternoon “Sun.” THE AFTERNOON ENTERTAINMENT. MENT. (Relayed to 2NC, 3.0 to 4.15 p.m.) 3.0: EDUCATIONAL SESSION. BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS— SECONDARY. “FRENCH.’’ Lesson son X. M. Pierre Meuret and Dr. L. D. Woodward: Pronunciation tion Exercise: The consonant “h.” Lecture: “Le Problem de la Circulation.” culation.” Chanson: “D'une Prison” (Hahn-Verlaine). Dictee: “La petite Charite,” p. 5. 3.45: POPULAR EDUCATION SERIES. (Arranged by the Adult Education Broadcasts Committee.) tee.) “PLAYGROUNDS AND PHYSICAL CULTURE,” Professor Harvey Sutton, M.D., D.Ph., 0.8. E., Director of the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, University of Sydney, will speak on “Playgrounds as They Should Be.” 4.0: MUSIC OF THE MOMENT (r.) 4.15: Close. EARLY EVENING SESSION (Relayed to 2NC; 5.30 to 7.25 p.m.) 5.30: THE CHILDREN’S JACK CHANCE: “Labours of Hercules.” Right in the middle of old Af-ric-ar, A giant named Antaeus laughed “Ha! Ha! Ha!” His brothers were really the funniest niest crowd Of tiny wee pygmies and oh! weren’t they proud! 5.40: The “Magic Musical Box.” 5.50: “Bobby Bluegum” advises wee gardeners about their gardens. 5.55: More of Ned’s Adventures told by “Aesop.” 6.5: To-day’s Birthdays. 6.15: “A FRENCH WOMAN LOOKS AT AUSTRALIA.” Madame Depres will give a talk entitled. “FROM SYDNEY TO WYNDHAM.” HAM.” 6.30: GEORGE COOPER will speak on “GARDENING.” 6.45: Stock Exchange Report; General ral Market Produce and Fruit Report, port, supplied by the State Marketing keting Bureau; Late Sussex-street Prices, supplied by the State Marketing Bureau. 7.0: Homebush Stock Sales (Sheep AT 8.0 Relayed from 3LO to 2CO, 2FC, 2NC. THE NELSON TRIO Eminent English Instrumentalists Assisting Vocalist : ETHEL FORSHAW, Soprano THE NELSON TRIO— Trio in B Flat Beethoven ETHEL FORSHAW— Von Ewiger Liebe Brahms Auflosung Brahms IDA NELSON, Violinist— Apres une Reve Faure Rondino Beethoven ANNA NELSON, Pianist- Rhapsody No. XI Liszt SARA NELSON, ’Cellist— Sicilienne Paradis Papillons Popper ETHEL FORSHAW— Three Irish Songs, by Arnold Bax Rann of Exile. Cradle Song. Rann of Wandering. NELSON TRIO— Trio in F Niels Gade and Cattle): Local Wool Sales; Poultry Report; Truck Bookings. 7.15 r Sporting Results. 7.25: News Service, Weather Report. port. 7.37: A Musical Interlude (r.). 7.58: What’s on the air to-night? EVENING SESSION (Relayed to 2NC, 8 to 11 p.m.) 8.0: A NATIONAL PROGRAMME. (Transmission from 3L0.) (See Panel) 9.15: INTERNATIONAL CURRENTS TO-DAY— “The Press and International Affairs,” Mr. W. MacMAHON BALL, M.A. 9.30: A PROGRAMME OF POPULAR LAR SERENADES AND WALTZES (See Panel) 10.18: A CURTAIN LECTURE— Delivered by MRS. CAUDLE (Otherwise Pressy Preston) To the Erring MR. CAUDLE (Otherwise Tom Pratey). 10.30: FROM THE STUDIO (SYDNEY)— NEY)— Late Official Weather Forecast. 10.32: A Musical Item (r.). 10.37: FROM 3LO— LATEST DANCE MUSIC BY THE WIRELESS DANCE ORCHESTRA. (Completion of Relay to 2NC at 11 p.m.). 11.30: Close. 855 Kilocycles [National Station, Sydney .] (Relayed to 2NC, 8.0 to 9.30 a.m.) Day sessions as Tuesday, except: 9.0: TAL ORDELL tells a humorous ous story. MIDDAY SESSION 11.45: Filmland—First Impressions of Hollywood. California—A TALK BY BRIAN NORMAN. THE LUNCH HOUR 2.15: Saturday’s Acceptances by the A.B.C. Racing Commissioner. 2.30: Serial—“ The Spell of the Inland,” land,” bv John Armour. Read by TAL ORDELL. THE RADIO MATINEE (Relayed to 2NC, 4.15 to 5.0 p.m.) 3.0: THE ORPHEUS TRIO (Piano, Violin and ’Cello) — Polish Dance .. .. (Zamecnik.) Theme with Variations (Zamecnik) 3.10: ROGER JONES and HILDA GRACE. Vocal Duets— I’ll Sing Thee Songs of Araby (Clay) If You Were in My Garden (Benjon) 3.17: A Band Selection (r.). 3.25: A Pianoforte Solo (r.). 3.30: THE ORPHEUS TRIO- Trio, Ist Movement (Reissigier) (Finale Op. 49.) 3.40: ROGER JONES and HILDA GRACE— Over the Wall of My Garden (Charles) I Love the Moon .. .. (Rubens) 3.47: A Humorous Item (r.). 3.50: THE ORPHEUS TRIO— Popular Songs .. .. (arr. Hart) Gypsy Memories .. (arr. Hart) 4.0: Music of the Moment (r.i. 4.30: Stock Exchange, Third Call. 4.32: “One Woman to Another” — A TALK BY “FEMINA.” 4.47: Trade Demonstration Music (r.). 5.25: Weather Information. 5.30: Close. THE DINNER HOUR (Relayed to 2NC, 7.35 to 8.0 p.m.) 6.15: Dinner Music. 7.35: POPULAR EDUCATION TALK (arranged by the Adult EduoAtion Broadcasts Committee), “SCIENCE ENCE IN EVERYDAY LIFE,” A TALK ON “SCIENCE AND THE NAVIGATOR.” by CAPT. J. F. BAYLDON. 7.55: What's on the air to-night? EVENING SESSION. 8.0: FROM THE ROCKDALE TOWN HALL COMMUNITY SINGING CONCERT (Arranged bv the Australian Broadcasting Commission). “A MAORI NIGHT.” ASSISTING ARTISTS DIANA GREENING. Maori Songs. Waiata Pol (Hill) I Lost My Heart In Maori Land. Home, Maori Home. NOHO TOKI. New Zealand Maori Tenor— Hoki Hoki Medley . (Traditional) He Manu Tangi . (Traditional) Song of the Locust .. . . (Hill) CLARRIE COLLINS, Wizard of the Trombone. CHIC ARNOLD. Entertainer, and THE SUNSHINE GIRLS. Accompanying panying Community Singing. 10.20: FROM THE STUDIO— Late News from the “Sun.” Late Weather Forecast. 10.30: Close. o]V[f< 1245 Kilocycles [Relay Station , Newcastle .] 7.0 to 8.0: Relayed from 2FC. 8 0 to 9.30: Relayed from 2BL. 9.30 to 10.30: Relayed from 2FC. 10.30 to 10.45: News Service, from the “Newcastle Morning Herald.” 10.45 to 11.30: Relayed from 2FC. 12.0 to 3.0: Relayed from 2FC. 3.0 to 4.15: Relayed from 2FO. 4.15 to 5.0" Relayed from 2BL. 5.30 to 7.25: Relayed from 2FC. 7.25 to 7.35: News Service, by courtesy of the “Newcastle Sun” and “Maitland Daily Mercury.” 7.35 to 8.0: Relayed from 2BL. 8.0 to 11 0: Relayed from 2FC. QT A 800 Kilocycles [National Station, Melbourne ] Day Sessions as Tuesday, except: 10.10: Current happenings in sport by Wallace Sharland. 10.30: Sidelights by Hattie Knight. 10.50: A chat with “Jane.” MIDDAY SESSION 12.0: Hortieultural and Rural Science. Green leaves produce starch. P. J. Wolfe. B.Ag.Sc. 3.0: French. Term 1, lesson 8. Monsieur Th. Rouel. Mr. W. H. Frederick. Q 3.30: GRAND OPERA: “CARMEN” MEN” (Bizet). Act 4 (sung in French). Cast: See Tuesday. day. April 3, for details. 3.55: Beatrice Harrison, ’cello. 4 0: Books. Wise and Otherwise* Captain C. H. Peters. .4.15: Close. 5.30: The Children’s Corner. Argonauts’ gonauts’ Club session. Song of the Argonauts. Mast*» Four Quartette. Now we listen to Jason, our Club leader, and bear what be has to tell us. 6.5: Birthday greetings. Mis? Kookaburra. EVENING SESSION 6.15: Dinner music. 8.0: The Nelson Trio. (See 2FC programme.) 9.15: “The Press and International Affairs.” (See 2FC programme.) 9.30: A.B.C. (Melbourne) Concert Orchestra. (See 2FC programme) 10.18: A Curtain Lecture. (See 2FC programme.) 10.30: Weather. 10.37: Dance music by the Wireless less Dance Orchestra. 11.30: Close. qai? 610 Kilocycles [National Station, Melbourne] Day Sessions as Tuesday, except: 9.6: Morning music for schools: How to Read Music—“ Little Tunes.” Frederic Earp. 12 0: Community Singing, transmitted mitted from the Melbourne Town Hall. 2.1: Descriptions by Wallace Sharland land of Charity Race meeting at Caulfield. 4 15: Acceptances and barrier positions tions for Epsom races, to be held on Saturday, 7th. EVENING SESSION 6.15: A Musician’s Birthday Album, compiled and illustrated by George Findlay, Mus. Bao. 6.30: Countryman's Session. 7.2: Music. 7.5: All sporting results. 7.27: Music. 7 30: Education—Man’s Greatest Enterprise (under the auspices of the University Extension Board). “Human and Animal Learning.” Dr. K. S. Cunningham. ham. M.A. 7 50: British Official Wireless news. 7.55: News. O 8.1: LADIES’ MOUTHORGAN BAND, conducted by HAROLD OLD COLLIER. March. Double Eagle . (Wagner' Waltzing In a Dream (Youngi 8.6: Barbara James and Ejy Friend— Saxophone, novelty piano, and songs. Medley. Pettin’ in the nark (Warren) Shadow Waltz . .. (Warren) We’re in the Money .. (Warren) Night and Day .. .. (Porter) 8.13: Lloyd Lahible. baritone: Vicar of Bray—l7th Century. Love Everlasting .. .. -Friml) 8.20: Ladies' Mouthorgan Band: Ballarat Section. 1933. Q 8.28: COMEDY INTERLUDE RUPERT HAZELL and ELSIE DAY. THE ENGLISH COMEDY EDY DUO. 8.43: Ladies’ Mouthorgan Band: Musical switch. Marching Along (Pola-Spienenger) 8 47: Barbara James and ■ Bey Friei.u: Saxophone, novelty piano, and songs: Mighty lak a rose iNevin) Vocal duet. What have we got to lose? (Kahn) Sextette from Lucia di Laminermoor moor 'Donizetti* 8.55: Ladies’ Mouthorgan Band: In the Valley of the Moon (Tobias-Burke) Have you ever been lonely? (Brown-Deilose) 9.0: Lkryd Lamble. baritone: Old Father Thames (O’Hagen) Hop# the Hermit—l7th Century. 9.6: Ladles’ Mouthorgan Band: Waldmore March No. 5 (Losey) 9.10: Interlude. O 9.15: PROGRAMME ARRANGED RANGED BY THE MUSIC TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION. Dorothy E. Mattingley, piano: Nachtstucke In F Major. No. 4 (Schumann) Menuetto (J. S. Bach) Violet Semple, contralto: Der Lindenbaum (The Linden Tree) (Schubert) Der Leyermann (The Hurdy Gurdy Man) .. .. (Schubert) D » Soldatenbraot (TF 10 Soldier’s B”ide> . 'Schumann* Hermia Barton, violin: La Precieuse (Couperin-Kreislen Hicilmnn* and Rigaudon (Francoeur-Krelsler) 2FC FROM 9.30 SERENADES &​ WA LTZ E S By the A.B.C. (MELBOURNE) CONCERT ORCHESTRA with MOLLY MACKAY, Soprano ERNEST KOPKE, Tenor and MACDUFF WILLIAMS Violin and Saxophone CONCERT ORCHESTRA— Selection of Waltzes from well-known Musical Comedies. MOLLY MACKAY— Two Waltz Songs— April Morn Batten I Wonder if Love is a Dream Forster MACDUFF WILLIAMS, Saxophone— Desert Song Waltz Romberg CONCERT ORCHESTRA— Serenade Moszkowsky Barcarolle Offenbach ERNEST KOPKE and MOLLY MACKAY, Tenor and Soprano— Duets: Venetian Boat Song Tosti Nocturne Denza MACDUFF WILLIAMS, Violinist- Gipsy Love Song Herbert ERNEST KOPKE, Tenor- Cradle Song Kreisler O Sole Mio Di Capua ORCHESTRA— Waltz, Nights of Gladness Finck AT 10.18 A CURTAIN LECTURE Delivered by MRS, CAUDLE (otherwise Pressy Preston) to the Erring MR- CAUDLE, (Otherwise Tom Pratey.) Elsie Mitchell, soprano: Solveig’s Song (Grieg) Good Morning (Grieg) Margaret’s Cradle Song (Grieg) Two Brown Eyes .. .. (Grieg) Dorothy E. Mattingley, piano: Humoreske, Op. 12, No. 3 (Paul Juonj Peons, Op 73, No. 2 'Arrnskv* Violet Semple, contralto: Lilacs (Rachmaninoff) The Island .. .. (Rachmaninoff) The Coming of Spring (Rachmaninoff) Hermla Barton, violin: Gipsy Serenade .. .. (Valdez) Chanson Arabe (Rimsky-Korsakoff) Elsie Mitchell, soprano: Villanelle .. (Eva Dell Acqua) Si mes vers avient des ailes (Reynaldo Hahn> Ouvre tes yeux bleus (Massenet) 10.15: News. 10,30: Close. 2m 560 &​\j\J Kilocycles [Relay Stn., Corowa, N.S.W-] 7.0: See 2FC. 7.37: See 3LO. 80: See 3AR. 8.30: Close. 9.30: See 3LO. 11.30: Close. 12.0: See 3LO. 12.50: News servj.ce. I.Q: See 3LO. 1.15: See 3AR. 2.15: Close. 3.0: See 4.15: Close. 5.30: See: 3LO. 6.15: Local news service, including market reports from Albury. 6.30: See 3AR. 8.0: See 3LO. 11.0: Close. 4QG Kilocycles [National Station, Brisbane] Day sessions as Tuesday, except: 11.40: A Literary Talk—“Shakespeare—Prince speare—Prince of Dramatists,” by Miss Mary Sydes. I. The Constitutional Club Lecture. ture. 3.35: “As You Like It”—The approach proach to the play, “How the Elizabethans Saw It,” by Dr. F. W. Robinson. 4.30: Close. 6.0: Children’s Corner—“ Mother Goose” and “Tinker Bell” entertain. tain. 6.30: Dinner Music. 6.55: Weather Notes. 7.0: General Commercial News. 7.15: “The Deficiency of Winter Feeding on Natural Pastures,” by Mr. J. L. Hodge (Instructor in Sheeo and Wool). 7.30: “Our Aborigines”—Part 1— “Origin and Relationships,” by Mr. H. A. Longman, F.L.S. 7.45: Late Sporting Notes; News. 8.0: Signor and Signora Marotta (Operatic Duo) and Freda Cuningham ingham (Pianiste). 8.30: Popular Radio Dance Night, featuring Harry Griffiths and His Broadway Band. Assisting artists: Mabel Cormac (Entertainer), tainer), Maisie Dane (Soubrette). 10.30: Weather; Dance Music. 11. Close. 4RK Kilocycles [ Relay Stn-, Rockhampton.] Early Morning (7.30 a.m. to 8.30 а. : Relayed from 4QG. Morning and Midday (11.0 a.m. to 2.0 p.m.)—11.0: Relayed from 4QG. 11.20: News. 11.30: Relayed layed from 4QG. Afternoon (3.0 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.): Relayed from 4QG. Early Evening (6.0 p.m. to 8.0 p.m.)—6.0: Relayed from 4QG. б. News. 6.30: Relayed from 4QG. Night (8.0 p.m. to 11.0 p.m.): Relayed layed from 4QG. rpT 730 *' I J Kilocycles [National Station, Adelaide] EARLY MORNING NEWS SESSION Dav Sessions as Monday, except: 11.1: Daily Broadcast Service under der the auspices of *he Council of Churches, 11.15: Music. 11.28: Sporting 11.30: Music. 12.15: Stock Exchange. 12.19: News. 12.30: “Silvlus” talks on “Racing work of the week.” 12.40: Music. 12.50: Weather, grain and river reports. 1.0: Luncheon Musicale. 1.5: News. 1.15: Luncheon Musicale (continued) ed) . 1.59: Melbourne Charity Meeting Race Results. 2.0: Close. 3.1: Melbourne Charity Meeting Race Results. 3 2: Radio Matinee. 3.15. Mr. D. A. David, M.A.—“Our and Morality Plays. 3.30: Radio Matinee. 4 o rp '' T ' : cal Gleanings, by "Lady Tulliver.’* 4,i0. Music. 4.29: Melbourne Charity Meeting Race Results. sults. 4.30: Close. EVENING SESSION 6.0: Children’s Session; Birthday Greetings; “The Wattle Lady” entertains. 6.20: Children’s Hospital tal Senior Birthday League. 6.22: Dinner Music. 6.50: Market Reports, Stock Exchange. 7.0: News. 7.5: Sporting, including ing Melbourne Charity Meeting Race Results. 7 10 - Boy Scouts’ Corner. ner. An Address to Boy Scouts. 7.20: Music. „ m tT G 8.0: “LILAC TIME W ITS SCHUBERT,” A MUSICAL SCENA ARRANGED BY GERTRUDE ANDERSON AND PRESENTED BY JAMES ANDERSON’S DRAMATIC MATIC COMPANY, in association ciation with H. BREWSTERJONES, JONES, Pianist; FRED WILLIAMSON,- LIAMSON,- ' Tenor; AND MARGERY WALSH, Soprano. Ci 90: A REVUETTE ARRANGED BY GERTRUDE ANDERSON. 9.45: Melodies from Overseas Studios. dios. 10.0: “World Radio” by “Short Wave.” 10.15.: News and Weather. 10.23*: Dance Music. 11.0: Close. rjrjT 580 • Kilocycles [National Station , Hobart ] Day as usual. 3.0: Symphony Orchestra— Flying Dutchman .. .. (Wagner) Richard Crooks. Tenor— .. Macushla (Rowe) Too Late To-morrow (Landenburg) The Regal Salon Orchestra— Memories of Beethoven. Madame Winnie Fraser, Soprano: Just You (Miller) Dolorosa (Salmon) Debroy Somers Band— Rhapsodiana (Arr. Debroy Somers) Norman Ailin. Bass— Invictus (Henley) The Blind Ploughman (Radcliffe) Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra — II Matrimonio Secreto OCimarosa) Danny Malone. Tenor— Sweetheart Darlin’ .. .. (Kahn) Love’s Roses (Broones) Albert Sammons. Violin— Rosamunde Ballet Music (Schubert) Humoreske .. ... .. (Dvorak) Eddie Saxon and his Orchestra — In Santa Lucia .. .. (Stransky) He was Only a Poor Musician (Schwartz) The Scott-Wood Accordeon Quartette tette — Adios (Frankau) Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra— Let’s Have a Tango (Arr. Mikuliez). At 3.45 p.m.: “Wiitena” will give To-day’s Serial Story— “ The House with Black Blinds” (Hilda Bridges). 4.30: Dance Session. 5.0: Close Down. 5.45: Children’s Corner, conducted by Topsy and Taffy. Children’s Concert. 6.30: Dinner Music. 7.0: Comments on Current Topics, by Ray Shaw. '. 7.10: Music. 7.30: Talk—“ The Week-end In the Garden,” by J. Osborne. 7.45: News. Markets. Stock. 7.50: Synopsis of the Week’s Sport, by “Dinah” Green. 8.0: Musical Masterpieces in reproduction, duction, by Leila Read. 9.0: Talk —“Athletic Notes,” by Chas. Harvey. G 9.15: SHIRLEY DALE and JOHN MOORE, assisted by MARJORIE SMITH. Pianiste. Marjorie Smith— Toccata and Fugue, D Minor (Bach-Tausig) 2BL From the Rockdale Town Hall COMMUNITY SINGING ao qA. eM aori eN i% h t Shirley Dale, Songs— The Lilacs .. .. (Rachmaninoff) Solveig’s Song (Grieg) Ecsta-sv (Rummell) John Moore and Shirley Dale Quarrei Scene from “school for Scandal” (Sheridan) Marjorie Smith— Ballade in F Sharp .. (Chopin) Shirley Dale, Songs— Standchen (Brahms) Morgen (Strauss) Standchen (Strauss) John Moore, Songs— All Suddenly the Wind Comes Soft (Alan Burr) Passing By (Purcell) Oh. Could I But Express in Song (Malashkin) 10 0: News. Weather. British Official Wireless. Rebroadcast broadcast from 3AR Melbourne. Dance Music. 11.0: Close. 9 T TI? Svdney, U IJi 293 Metres [Licensed Station] Day sessions as usual. 8.30: Agricultural talk by C. Honeyfield. field. . .. 10.0: Women’s Session, by Mrs. Filmer. , „ ~ . 11.15: Health Talk, by Sister Mack. 11.30: Hints and Recipes, by Mrs Filmer. G 12 0: COMMUNITY MATINEE FROM THE AUSTRALIAN HALL, CONDUCTED BY SI MEREDITH. 2.0; Close. 2.30: The Story Teller—Captain Stevens: Serial —“A Modern Sinbad.” bad.” 3.0: Music. 3,10: News from “The Sun.” 3.15- Hospital Cheerio Session, C Agassiz. 3,20: Merve Bree, Novelty Pianist 3.25: Popular Recordings. 3 35: Merve Bree, Novelty Pianist. G 3.45: “WOMAN’S BUDGET” SESSION. CONDUCTED BY CONSTANCE ROBERTSON. “Australian Women Writers,” by Frank Darby Davison. 4.15: Afternoon Session —Miss Grace Shaw. 4.43: Auntie Grace with the Little Folk. 5.0: Children’s Story, by Uncle Simon. 5.15: Uncle Simon and Kooka. G 5.30: COUSIN MARIE’S TALK TO THE CHILDREN. 5.45: Uncle Lionel. Ambrose, and Winkle, with the Kiddies. 6.20: Stock Report from Flemington. ton. 6.25: Dinner Music. 6.45: Racing Talk 6.50: Music. G 7 0: “TAXI FL 2226.’’ 7.10: Music. 7.20: “The Filbert Family.” 7.30: Music. 7.45: “The Old Brigade”—Ebenezer and Jeremiah. 7.55: News from “The Sun.” G 8.0: “DON’T LISTEN TO THIS.”" 8.15: La Tosca,” 2UE Concert Orchestra. chestra. 8.20: Vocal Recordings. 8.26: Xylophone Solo, by Jack Purdon: Two Imps. 8.30: “That Reminds Me”: Captain Stevens. 8.45: Music. 8.50: Piano Solo, by Florence Paton. 8.55: Farewell to the Gladiators2UE 2UE Concert Orchestra. O 90: THE MYSTERY CLUB PRESENTS “WHEN MIDNIGHT NIGHT CHIMES.” 9.20: Just Across the Street From Heaven: 2UE Concert Orchestra. 9.30: The Hollywood Rambler-9.45: -9.45: Music. 10.0: Operatic Feature 10.10: Love’s Dream After the Ball-* 2UE Concert Orchestra. 10.15: “ A Night Time Narrative”; Captain Stevens. 10.30: News from “The Sun.” 10.45: Tranquillity Music. 11.0: Close. orij Sydney, 248 Metres [Licensed Station ] Day sessions as usual. 10.7: Morning Devotion —Rev. T. S. Bryant. 12.10: How to Become a Singer, by Rita Lancaster, with Vocal Illustrations. lustrations. 1.0: From Pitt Street Congregational tional Church—Community Praise Service. 2.0: Close. 5.0: Children’s Session —“The Fairy Godmother.” 5.35: Music. 5.40: Children’s Session—“ The Hello Man.” 6.20: The Singing Lady. 6.30: Dinner Music. 7.0: Joseph Schmidt, Tenor—Nun me ScetJ (Tagllafcrro) 7.4: Dol Dauber and his Salon Orchestra chestra —Overture. The Betrothal at the Lantern .. (Offenbach' 7.9: Marta Eggert, Coprano—Where is This Lady . (Sievier-Lehar) 7.12: Band of H.M. Coldstream Guards—Until (Sanderson) 7.16: Kreisler. Violinist—Love’s Jov (Krcisler) 7.21: Paul Robeson. Bass—Round the Bend of the Road (Klenner) 7.25: Harry Davidson. Organist— Selection, Desert Song (Romberg) 7.32: Don Hall Trio—The Sidewalk Waltz. 7.36: Frank Westfield’s Orchestra— Serenade (Hevkinsl 7.40: Noel Coward. Baritone —World Weary (Coward) 7.45: King Solomon’s Mines. 8.0: Popular Music. 9.55: Market Reports. I, Music. 10.15: Meditation and Music. 10.30: Close. Of' 1 T> Sydney, “A?L> *316 Metres [Licensed Station .] Day sessions as usual. 10.0: Richard Want. B.A.—“Child Psychology.” 10.10: Mr. A. E. Bennett—“ Applied Psychology.” 10.45: Dorothy Jordan—“A Lunch in Genoa.” 11. Margaret Jaye—“lnterior Decoration.” 1.45: Ellis Price. The Storyteller. 3.45: Kathleen Jordan—“ Superstitions itions About Animals.” 4.45: Uncle George. 4.58: Christopher Robin. 5.4: Calls and Songs. 6.0: The Koopon Kid. 6.7: Calls Songs. 6.30: British Talkie Session. 6.38: Music. 6.49; Screen Snapshots. G 7.0: GEORGE EDWARDS’ WARDS’ THRILLER LER “THE SHINING TERROR.” ROR.” 7.15: Musical Jewels, presenting Gil Dech at the Piano. O 7.30: TARZAN OP THE APES— THRILLER. 7.48: Snapshots of Sport Mr. Oscar Lav/​ son. 8.3; Special Session. G 3.15: THE THRILLING LING ADVENTURES TURES OP “THE LAUGHING CAVALIER” ALIER” (A George Edwards’ Production' 8 30: Shipwrecits on the Australian Coast. Q 8.45: GLADYS VERONA, Soprano— prano— Spring Voices (Strauss) The Laughing Brook . (Ra.sbach) 8.55: 2GB String Octette —The Lady from the Olymp (Nelson). 9.0: The King’s Men. 9.15: The Home Furnishing Session. 9.30: 2GB String Octette—Selection tion from Five O'clock Tea (Stolz). G 9.45: GLADYS VERONA, Soprano— prano— Old-fashioned Rhymes (Ackermen) Ship of Dreams .. .. (Coates) B 55: 2GB String Octette—Rokoko Liebesiied (Helmund). 10.0: The Maestros. Vocal Quintette—English tette—English Medley (arr. Evansi. 10.5: 2GB String Octette—Serenade (Czerwonky). 10.10: Peter Dawson. Baritone— Merry-go-round (with Orchestra) 10.15: 2GB String Octette —Chant du Soir (Albez) 10.20: Ellaline TerrLss and Seymour H c les 10.25: 2GB String Octette —Pot- pourri from Die Bajadere ‘(Kalman) man) . 10.40: Entertainment Club. 10.45: Instrumental Music. O HO: SPECIAL SESSION OP SLUMBER MUSIC BY THE 238 STRING OCTETTE, conducted ducted by GIL DECH. 11.30: Close. 9TT’W Sydney, 267 Metres [Licensed Station .] Day sessions as usual. 9.45: “Cooking and Recipes’’ Competition. petition. 10.30: Morning Tea with Coralle MacKellar. 11.15: Joan Harvey talks on Psychology. chology. 12.50: “The Life of Victor Herbert” —Part 9. 4.30: Piano Lessons. 4 45: Serial Story—J. M. Prentice. 5.0: Children’s Sessions—Uncle Jack and Pam. Members’ Night. Club Notes and Recitations. 5.45: The Golden Crust. 6.0: Music. (“Winisms,” by Jack Win, 6.30- 7.30.) 7.30: Fifteen Electrical Minutes. 7.45: Selected Recordings. 8.0: Orch. —The Merry Wives of Windsor (Nicolai) 8.20: Musical Diversion—J. M. Prentice. 8.30: From the works of Edouard Grieg—Orch.—From the Lyric Suite, “Norwegian Rustic March”; Piano—Album Leaf, Butterflies; Vocal—l Love Thee; Orch. —Nor- wegian Dance No. 1; Vocal—Letzler ler Fruhling. Plano—Wedding Day; Orch. —From'the Symphonic nic Dances. 9 0: Talk on Foreign Affairs: J. M. Prentice. 9.15: Orch. —Cossack Dance (Tsehaikowsky) Vocal—l Look Into Your Garden (Wood) Piano—Duetto . (Mendelssohn) Vocal —Dream in the Twilight (R. Strauss) Orch. —Triana (Albeniz) Violin—Valse Sentimentale (Schubert) Vccal Finale Act I—Gypsy Baron (Strauss) Orch. Panorama Sleeping Beauty (Tschaikowsky) Vocal—Habanera—Carmen (Bizet) Piano—Waltz in A Major (Levitsky) Orch.—Polonaise in A (Chopin) 10.0: Dance Music. 12.0: Close. 9KY s y dne y’ 1 280 Metres [Licensed Station] Day sessions as usual. 2 0: Question Box —Mrs. Grey. 5.30: Children’s Birthday Session —Uncle Jack and Rion. 5.45: Travel Talk, by Rion. 6.0: Sundown Session. 6.15: Music. 6.30: Dinner Entertainment. 7.15: Music. 8.0: Musical Programme. 8.10: Music. 9.0: John Harper. 10.0: Birthday Calls and Music. 10.30: Happy Hour. 11.30: Close. 9CM Sydney, 23(5 Metres [Licensed Station] Day sessions as usual. 1.0: Track Work and General Topics. 1.45: Acceptances and Prospects for Saturday’s Races at Randwick. 2.0: Afternoon Session—Women’s Interests. 5.0: Uncle Tom and his Gang. 6.0: Angelus. 6.1: Dinner Session, conducted by John Tuttell. 6.5: Unfinished Symphony (Schubert) bert) —Berlin State Orchestra. 6.15: Were I a Bird (Henselt) Rachmaninoff. 6.20: Dubarry Selection—New Light Symphony Orchestra. 6.30: The Bat (Strauss) —Ball Room Orchestra. 6.40: Tainbourin (Sharpe)—String Quartette. 6.45: Popular Numbers by Frank Scott at the Piano. 7.0: Aberon Overture (Weber) Berlin State Opera House Orchestra. chestra. 7.5: Quartette in B Minor (Mozart) zart) —String Quartette. 7.10: Pirates of Penzance (Sullivan)—National van)—National Symphony Orchestra. chestra. 7 20: New Italy (Jasilli) —Creatore's Band. 7.30: Notturno No. 13 (Liszt) Pallas Salon Orchestra. 7.45: In a Country Lane (Coats). 8.0: Evening Session. 8.5: When You’re in My Arms— Lucienne Boyer. 8.15: Roussalka Selection (Dvorak) 8.30: Singing Grocer. 8.45: Honor and Arms (Handel) Peter Dawson. 9.0: Orphee Ballet Music (Gluck) Orchestra. 9.30: Catholic Hour and News of the World. 10.0: La Paloma (Yradier) —Rich- ard Tauber. 10.15: My Treasure—lnternational Concert Orchestra. 10.30: Close. OXTO Newcastle, 212 Metres [Licensed Station] Day as usual. 10.30: Cheerio Club Talk by Mrs Soper. 3.0: Afternoon Tea Session Mrs Starfield. 5.30: Storytime. 5.45: Honor Brigade Session conducted ducted by Uncle Peter and Paul. 6.0: Serial. 6.15: Dinner Music. 7.0: Entertainment Club. 7.2: Music. 7.45: Sponsored Session. 8.0: A Special Presentation entitled Half Hour with You. 8.30: a Gramophone Entertainment arranged and presented by Peter and Elma. 9.30: The Frolics conducted by Miss Goldstar and Mr. President. 10.30: Close. OTJT'fc Newcastle, 6nu 270 Metres [Licensed Station] Day as usual. 5.45: Markets. 3.0: Music. 3.30: Talk on Contract Bridge—Mr. R. B. Foster. 3.45: Orchestral Selections. 4.0: Close. 5.45: Children’s Session —Panto- mime. 6.15: Dinner Music. 6.30: Lecture. 6.50: Joysters’ Own Special Ten Minutes. 7.0: Muffin and Crumpet. 7.55: Topical Chorus. 8.0: Half-hour of Harmony. 8.30: Minstrel Show by the 2HD Minstrels. 9.0: News. O 9-10: TYING THE TITLES MUSICAL COMPETITION. LISTEN IN FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. 9.30: Snappy Syncopation. 10.30: Close.
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