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  • TUESDAY April 24 (20 April 1934)
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  • The wireless weekly : the hundred per cent Australian radio journal, v.23, no.16, 1934-04-20
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  • Australasian Radio Relay League.
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  • Vol. 23 No. 16 (April 20, 1934)
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  • TUESDAY Apr il 24 2FC THE ORCHESTRA— Overture: Marriage of Figaro Mozart The music of the overture rushes impetuously along, and It is clear that it was Mozart’s intention tc give a cheerful Impression of his opera from the start. The merry, lively movement pursues its uninterrupted rupted course from the first eager murmur of the violins to the final flourish of trumpets. One bright, cheerful melody succeeds another, running and dancing for very lightness ness of heart, like a clear mountain tain stream rippling over the pebbles in the sunshine. A sudden stroke here and there electrifies the motion; and once, when a gentle melancholy shines forth, the merriment ment is, as it were, transfigured into the intensest happiness and content. A piece of music can hardly be more lightly and loosely put together gether than this; there is an entire want of study or elaboration. Just as the Impulses of a highlyw w r o u g ht poetic mood exist unobserved, and pass from one to the other, so here one motif grows out of th e other, till the whole stands before us. we scarce know how. PHYLLIS MACDONALD, Violiniste, in association with THE ABC. (SYDNEY) SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, CHESTRA, playing— Concerto Frederick Delius (First Performance in Australia.) Instead of the normal three movements of the Concerto. Delius here condenses into one movement the whole of his discourse. Building on many small, germinal motifs, he contrives trives to balance his sections and to give them independent life, while maintaining the unity of this one-piece work. Two bars lead us straight into the Solo Violin's chief theme, with, in the middle, its little quck lilt of four short noi**s. that makes it easy to recognise. In a fwe more bars we are in a new time, with three divisions to each beat instead of four, and with a slightly lower swing the Violin gives out its rising and falling second tune. These and one or two motifs supply the material for the first part of the work, and then we pass into a slower section built up cn two singing ing themes, one three-to-the-beat, and the other, in fourlime. lime. beginning with the “Snap," a short note followed by a longer one. The soloist has a short “cadenza” by himself, and then the themes of the opening section receive fresh treatment. A new part begins with a dancing tune, which the soloist decorates. A more sober theme follows. Finally the opening ideas recur, and the work ends in a characteristically tically striking and elusive way. LEONORE GOTSCH— Arie from Undine Lorzing With Orchestral Accompaniment. THE ORCHESTRA— Symphony No. 4 in F Minor (Op. 36) Tschaikowsky Andante sostenuto —Moderato con anima. By THE A BC. (SYDNEY) SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by E. J. ROBERTS Leader: W. J. GRIEVES Associate Artists: PHYLLIS MACDONALD, Violinist , LEONORE GOTSCH, Soprano ami LIONELLO CECIL, Tenor. 8.0 Andantino in modo di Canzone. zone. Scherzo; Pizzicato ostinato. Finale. Allegro con fuoco. The composition of this Symphony was commenced by Tschaikowsky in the winter of 1876. In reference to the Symphony Tschaikowsky wrote: “The first movement will give me a great deal of trouble as regards orchestration. It is very long and complicated; at the same time i consider sider it the best movement. The three remaining movements are very simple, and it will be pleasant and easy to orchestrate them. The Scherzo will have quite a new orchestral chestral effect, from which I expect great things. At firstt only the string orchestra is heard, also pizzicato. cato. In the trio the wood-wind plays by itself, and at the end of the Scherzo all three groups of instruments join in a short phrase. I think the effect will be interesting. None of my earlier works for orchestra tra have given me such trouble as this; but on none have I expended such love and devotion. Gradually I feel more and jn o r e under the spell of the work, and now I can hardly tear myself away from it.” 9.12: INTERLUDE. The Story of the Opera, “The Girl of the Golden West,” told by Lute Drummond. 9.22: THE ORCHESTRA— Suite from Faust Berlioz Dance de Sylphes. Minuet du Follets. Hungarian March. LIONELLO CECIL (with Orchestral accompaniment) ment) — Cavatina, from “Barber of Seville” .. .. Rossini The Narration of Lohengrin Wagner THE ORCHESTRA— Children’s Corner Suite (first performance) Debussy PHYLLIS MACDONALD— Melodie Tschaikowsky Schon Rosmarin Kreisler THE ORCHESTRA— Polyeucte Ballet Gounod Le Dieu Pan. La Deesse Bellons. Venus Bacchus. Relayed to 3LO, SCO, SNC. o IY 1 * V_y Kilocycles [National Station, Sydney J Day Sessions as Friday, except: MORNING SESSION (Relayed to 2NC 9.30 to 10.30 a.m., and 10.45 to 12.0 noon.) 10.15: A Racing Talk by the A.B.C. Racing Commissioner. 10.45: MARGARET STRACHAN will speak on “NURSING IN THE GREAT WAR ” 11.0: Women’s Clubs of N.S.W. 11.15: MORNING DEVOTION, by REV. W. T. PRICE. B.A. MIDDAY SESSION (Relayed to 2NC 12 to 2 p.m.) 12.0: “Big Ben.” EDUCATIONAL SESSION BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS—PRIMARY. “HEALTH TALKS.” Dr. S. C. Bevan. M 8.. B. (Medical Officer and Lecturer turer in Hygiene, Teachers’ College. lege. Sydney) will speaic on “Fresh Air.” 12.10: “MUSIC.” Mr. Livingstone C. Mote, M.A. (State Conservatorium torium of Music), will speak on “The Orchestra” —Part I. AFTERNOON SESSION (Relayed to 2NC, 3.0 to 4.15 p.m.) 3.0: EDUCATIONAL SESSIONBROADCAST BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS— SECONDARY. “ENGLISH’’—Dr. G. Mackaness. M.A., Litt.D., will speak on “When We Were Young” —A. A. Milne and “Christopher Robin.” 3 15: “HISTORY”—Mr. H. J. Mills. 8.A.. B.Sc. (Newington College), will speak on “The Methodist Movement.” 3.45: POPULAR EDUCATION SERIES RIES (arranged by the Adult Education Broadcasts Committee). “CHILD STUDY’’—Dr. C. R, Mc- Rae will speak on “Anger in the Child.” EARLY EVENING SESSION (Relayed to 2NC 5.30 to 7.25 p.m.) 5.30- THE CHILDREN’S HOUR. JACK CHANCE— "LABOR 3 OF HERCULES.” ‘‘Hercules goes down to Hell once again And fights against death with great might and main. He wrest s hack therefrom a life that was dead, And ’•eturns back to earth without out any bloodshed.” 5.40: “Uncle Ted and Sandy.” 5.50: A Musical Interlude (r.). 5.55: An Adventure Story, told by C. E. Carter. 6.5: To-day’s Birthdays. 6.15: “AT4LANTA” discusses “WOMEN’S SPORT.” 6.30: “THE FAMILY LAWYER.” 6.45: Stock Exchange Report. General Market;, Produce, and Fruit Report, and Late Sussex Street Prices, supplied by the State Marketing Bureau. Pig Sales. Local Wool Sales. Foultry try Report. Truck Bookings. 7.10: Sporting Results. 7.25: News Service 7.37: A Musical Interlude (r.). 7 40: L. A. ROBB, State President R.5.5.1.L.A., will give a talk in connection with AN'ZAC DAY. 7 50- “DENTAL HEALTH TALK.” arranged bv the Australian Dental tal Association of New South Wales. EVENING SESSION 80' A NATIONAL PROGRAMME. A SYMPHONY CONCERT (See Panel.) 10.30: (Completion of Relay to National tional Stations). Late Official Weather Forecast. 10.32: Moments Musical (r.). (Completion of Relay to 2NC at 11 p.m.) 11.30: Close. oT>T' 855 Kilocycles [National Station, Sydney .] Day sessions as Friday, except: (Relayed to 2NC 8.0 to 9.30 a.m.t 90' TAL ORDELL will read the SERIAL—“WHILE THE BILLY BOILS,” by Henry Lawson. 11.45: GARDENS AND GARDENING —A Talk by “REDGUM.” 12.2: FROM THE SYDNEY TOWN HALL—COMMUNITY SINGING CONCERT (arranged by the Australian tralian Broadcasting Commission). 2.30: TAL ORDELL will tell a Story. IHE RADIO MATINEE (Relayed to 2NC 4.15 to 5.0 p.m.) 3 0 ORCHESTRE SYMPHONIQUE DE PARIS (r.) “If I Were King” (Adam) 3.8: HAROLD WILLIAMS. Baritone (r.). — “Indian Love Lyrics” (Finden) “Less Than the Dust” “The Temple Bells” “Kashmiri Song” “Till I Awake.” 3.20: LASLO SZENTGYORGYI, Violinist linist (r.) — ~ “Ronda” (Schubert) “Maluguena” (Sarasate) 3 28: LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CHESTRA (r.) “Chanson de Matin” (Elgar ' “Chanson de Nuit” (Elgar) 3.36: ARTHUR DE GREEF, Pianist (r. >— “Concerto in G Minor (Saint-Saens) “Andante Sostenuto” “Allegro Scherzando” “Presto ** 4.0: DORA LABETTE. Soprano (r.) “Song of the Nightingale” (Phillips) “At the Rainbow’s End” (Ronald) 46' PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (r.)— “Finlandia” (Sibelius) 4.14: ALFRED O’SHEA, Tenor (r.) “Life and Death” (Coleridge Taylor) “You Lovely Thing” (Anderson) 4.20: ROYAL OPERA ORCHESTRA (r.) “Marche Hongroise” (Berlioz) “Marche Militaire” (Schubert) 4 30: Stock Exchange, Third Call. 4 32: “ONE WOMAN TO ANOTHER”—A OTHER”—A Talk by “FEMINA.” 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 Education tion Broadcasts Committee). “UNEMPLOYMENT.” Mr. O. Schreiber will speak on “HOW IT LOOKS TO AN EMPLOYEE.” 7.55: What’s on the Air To-night? EVENING SESSION 8.0: “FOOTLIGHT ECHOES” (r.). (See ’Panel.) 9.15: CHAMBER MUSIC. (See panel) 10.20: Latp news from “The Sun.” Late Weather Information. 10.30: Close. FOOTUIGHT ECHOES A comprehensive title covering a recorded programme gramme of Light Opera, Musical Comedy, and Revue Items. 8.0: MAREK WEBER AND ORCHESTRA— The Geisha Selection Jones 8.8: CLEM. Q. WILLIAMS, Baritone— Fra Diavolo —On Yonder Rock Reclining .. Auber 8.11: DENIS NOBLE, HARRY BRINDLE, and CHORUS— The Bohemian Girl Balfe 8.19: MAREK WEBER AND ORCHESTRA— Viennese Memories of Lehar Arr. Hall 8.27: LIGHT OPERA COMPANY— Viktoria and Her Hussar Abraham 8.35: A DIVERTISSEMENT—Introducing Prominent Stars of Stage and Radio. 8.38: PARLOPHONE SALON ORCHESTRA— Bitter Sweet Selection Coward 8.45: NOEL COWARD, Singing- Mad Dogs and Englishmen Coward Something to do with Spring Coward 3.51: BERLIN STATE OPERA ORCHESTRA— Bluebeard Selection Offenbach 8.56: INTERNATIONAL ORCHESTRA— Chocolate Soldier —My Hero Medley .. .. Strauss 9.0: LEAVES OF MEMORY —Adapted and presented by ELLIS PRICE, assisted by PATRICIA MINCHIN. CHIN. 2BL FROM 8.0 Ol\Tfi 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, by courtesy of the “Newcastle Morning Herald.” 10.45 to 11.30: Relayed from 2FC. 12.0 to 2.0: Relayed from 2FC. 3.0 to 4.15: Relayed from 2FC. 4.15 to J.O: Relayed from 2BL. 5.30 to 7.25; Relayed from 2FC. 7.25 to 7.35: News Service, by courtesy tesy of the “Newcastle Sun” and “Maitland Daily Mercury.” 7.35 to 8.0: Relayed from 2BL. 8.0 to 1 1.0: Relayed from 2FC. QT O 800 O.L/​VJ Kilocycles [National Station, Melbourne ] Day Sessions as Friday, except: 9.35: The Radio Serial—“ Jungle Maid ” by Dale Collins; read by “Scribe.” 10.10: Current Happenings in Sport by Wallace Sharland. 10 30: Training the Young Idea- Part 4—Miss J. G. Shain. 10.50: Pioneer Women —“The Voyage age Out”—Mrs. Helena Cass. 12.1: The King’s English—“ Speech Tunes”—Mr. Frank D. Clewlow. 1.15: At Home and Abroad, by “The Watchman.” Q 3.0: ANZAC DAY SPECIAL COMMEMORATION SERVICE FOR SCHOOLS. Professor G. S. Browne— An Announcement of Procedure. Austral Brass Band— Hymn: O God, Our Help in Ages Past—Singing led by A.B.C. (Melbourne) Wireless Chorus. Wireless Chorus— An Australian National Hymn (Norman Sheooard) Address —Captain Hugh G. Brain (Vice-President, Melbourne Legacy Club). Austral Brass Band—• March: Colonel Bogey (Alford) Wireless Chorus— Hymn: For All the Saints. Funeral March (ChoDin) Professor G. S. Browne announces nounces the placing of wreaths. Austral Brass Band— Trumpeters: The Last Post. The Reveille. Wireless Chorus— Hymn: Onward, Christian Soldiers. diers. The National Anthem. Austral Brass Band— Grand March: The King’s Bodyguard guard (Ord Hume) 3.45: Cities and Their Stories— ’Cities associated with the Australian tralian Imperial Force”—Profe.ssor sor G. S. Browne, M.A 5.30: The Children's Corner—Our play to-day is about an old Greek fable and is called “Perseus seus and the Gorgon’s Head.” Riddles. 6.5: Birthday Greetings Miss Kookaburra. EVENING SESSION 6.15: Dinner Music. 8.0: A Symphony Concert (see 2FO programme). 10.30: Weather. 10.37: Dance Music by Wireless Dance Orchestra. 11.30: Close. 9 A T> 610 Kilocycles [National Station. Melbourne] Day Sessions as Friday, except: 9.6: Morning music for schools: The Singing of Songs. See School Paper for March, 1934. Frederic Earp. Note.—During the afternoon, results of the Bacchus Marsh races will be broadcast as they come to hand. d 3.1: A PROGRAMME bv JOHN MOORE and SHIRLEY DALE, assisted by MARJORIE SMITH, Piano. Marjorie Smith, piano— Nocturne in C Sharp Minor (Chopin) Shirley Dale— Songs: Apres un Reve (Faure) Nell (Faure) Tiptoe (Molly Carew) Love’s a Merchant (Molly Carew) John Moore— Verse: Later On .. .. (Percy French) Spanish Waters .. .. (Masefield) Laugh and be Merry (Masefield) Marjorie Smith, piano— Andante (Grieg) Minuet (Ravel) Night in May .. .. (Palmgren) Shirley Dale— Songs: Slow. Horses. Slow (Mallinson) An Old Carol (Quilter) John Moore— Songs: To a Miniature (May H. Blake) Trottin’ to the Fair (Stenford) The Tinker’s Song .. (Dibden) 3 45: Music. 5.30: Weather and shipping. 5.45: Close. 6.15: Orchard woTk in the dormant season: Mr. F. M. Read. M.Ag. Sc.. Senior Horticultural Research OTic^r 6.30: Countryman’s session. 7.2: Music. 7.5: All sporting results. 7.30: Music. 7.50: British Official Wireless news. 7.55: News. Q 8.1: “WE AWAIT YOUR VERDICT.” DICT.” CASE FTVE OF THE SERIES. APPARELS LTD. versus DR. ARTHUR ADAMS. Characters: Mrs. Adams, Minna Suckling; Dr. Adams, Rutland Beckett; Counsel for plaintiff, Guy Hastings: counsel for defence. fence. John Cairns; Judge, Howard ard Smith. The plaintiff company, a firm dealing in high-class and exclusive sive women’s apparel, is Dr. Adams for the sum of £ 1450, owing for goods supplied to his wife. Dr. Adams has refused to pay this amount, and sets up the defence that the goods were not necessaries, and that he allotted his wife a sufficient dress allowance. ance. Listeners are remirded that they are the Jury, and are requested to forward their verdict dict to the Australian Broadcasting casting Commission, marking their envelopes “Verdict.” 8.30: Songs and their Singing. Ertscussed cussed and illustrated by Harold Browning. 8.45: Victory Brass Band— March. The Voice of the Guns _ . (Alford) Overture. The Young Recruit . (Bulch) 8.55: Sylvia Chamberlain, soprano— Selections from her repertoire. 9.2: Hamilton Bateman, violin— Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Brahmsi Caprice Vienrois .. ..(Kreisler) 9.9: Victory Brass Band— Selection of famous marches „ „ (Cope) 9 17: Tom Broderick, tenor— Drink to me only with thine eyes (Traditional i Carmela (de Curtis) The Crown of the Year (Easthope Martin) 9.24 Brass Band— Cornet solo, Thora .. (Adams) 9.28: Carmel Alliettl, Songs at the piano— A simple little string (Monckton) J an le (Scott-Catty» 9.34 Brass Band — March Militaire .. .. (Schubert) My Chin Chin Lou. 9.42: Sylvia Chamberlain, soprano— Selections from her repertoire. 9.48: Hamilton Bateman, violin— La Caprlcieuse (Elgar) The Carnival of Venice (Lucantoni) 9.55: Tom Broderick, tenor— A Spirit Flower (Campbell Lipton) I hear a thrush at eve (Cadman) 'Tis the day .. .. (Leoncavallo) 10.2: Carmel Alliettl, songs at the piano— You always have to pay a little more •. (Cooper) Jest his way .. (George Aitken) 10.8: Victory Brass Band — March, Heroes of the Flag (Bidgood) Land of Hope and Glory (Elgar) 10.15: News. 10.30: Close. 9fO 560 Kilocycles [Relay Stn., Corowa, N.S.W-] 7.0: See 2FC. 7.37: See 3LO. 8.0: See 3AR. 8.30: Close. 9.30: See 3LO. 11.30: Close. 12.0: See 3LO. 12.50: News Service. 1.0: See 3LO. 1.30: See 3AR. 2.15: Close. 3.0: See 3LO. 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. a nr 760 ‘iv/​vj Kilocycles [National Station, Brisbane] Day Sessions as Friday, except: 11.40: “What Women are Wearing,” ing,” by Margaret Bums. Q 3.0: ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN AND THE LONDON SYMPHONY PHONY ORCHESTRA (CONDUCTED DUCTED BY JOHN BARBIROLLI ROLLI i Concerto No. 1 in B Flat Minor, Op. 23 .. .. (Tschaikowsky) 3*35: “Current Events,” by Dr. T. P. Fry, M.A., 8.C.L., Sc., Jun.D, 2BL 9.15 Chamber 9.15: BRITISH MUSIC MUSIC SOCI- ETY HOUR (Sydney Centre). NORA WILLIAMSON AND MILDRED HILL— Suite for Violin and Piano .. .. Stravinsky RUTH LADD, Vocalist— acs Rachmaninoff Night Rachmaninoff Over the Steppe Gretchaninoff MILDRED HILL, Pianist— Valse Triste jjm No. l of Three Waltzes Scott Refrain de Berceuse Palmgren Island Spell Ireland RUTH LADD, Vocalist— Ronald Drift Down Ronald Love, I Have Won You .... . Ronald NORA WILLIAMSON. Violinist— Pavane for a Dead Child Ravel Londonderry Air O'Connor Morris . lolly on the Shore Arr. Kreisler 5.0: Children's Corner—Birthdays. More Christopher Robin Adventures. tures. A Short Story for Tiny Tots, by Queen Mab. 6.30: Dinner Music. 6 55: Weather Notes. 7.0: General Commercial News. 7.15: “Some Breeds of Poultry,” by Mr. P. Rumball, Poultry Expert. 7.30: “Dante and Ratoelais, Two Literary Giants.” Part 4—“Rabelais lais —the Renaissance Storyteller,” by Mr. H. G. Tommerup. B.A. 7.45: Sporting Notes. News. 8.0: “Anzac Day. and What It Means,” by Canon D. J. Garland Joint Hon. Sec., Anzac Day Celebration bration Committee. O 8.15: A POPULAR CONCERT WITH RUPERT HAZELL AND ELSIE DAY (ENGLISH ENTERTAINERS). FRANKEL i THE SAXOPHONE MAN), JACK FOSTER (BARITONE) JEANETTE GERRARD iPIANO-ACCORDEON GIRL). © 9.15: SCENES FROM SHAKESPEARE, SPEARE, PRESENTED BY JUNE CARTER AND lON MAXWELL. “Macbeth.”—Act 1. Scene 4; Act 1, Scene 7: Act 2, Scene 1; Act 2, Scene 2; Act 3. Scene 2. © 9.45: RECITAL BY SIGNOR AND SIGNORA MAROTTA AND FREDA CUNNINGHAM. 10.15: Dance Music, with Alan Young and Lennon’s Ballroom Orchestra. 10.30: Weather Data. Dance Music. 11.0: Close. JPK 910 ttXVXY Kilocycles [Relay Stn •, Rockhampton.] Early Morning (7.30 to 8.30). —Re- layed from 4QG. Morning and Midday (11.0 to 2.0 p.m.).—11.0: Relayed from 4QG. 11.20: News. 11.30: Relayed from 4QG. Afternoon (3.0 to 4.30). —Relayed from 4QG. Early Evening (6.0 to 8.0). —6.0: Relayed from 4QG. 6.20: News. 6.30: Relayed from 4QG. Night (8.0 to 11.0). —Relayed from 4QG. nn T 730 Kilocycles [National Station, Adelaide] Day Sessions as Monday, except: 11.1: Daily Broadcast Service, conducted ducted by Mrs. G. Mcßitchie for the Congregational Church. AFTERNOON SESSION 3.15: Mr. J. H. Whitburn, B.A.— “Two Centuries of Progress,” No. 6. Carrying goods on land and sea. Canals and coaches. Bigger, better, and faster ships. Suez and Panama. (Suggested aids: Pictures of English canals. Pictures tures of Panama and Suez. Pictures tures of stage coaches. Maps of World and England.) EVENING SESSION 6.0: Children’s Session—Birthday Greetings. “The Wattle Lady” entertains. 6.20: Hospital Senior Birthday League. 6.22: Dinner music. 6.50: Stock Exchange. 7.0: News. 7.5: “The Hatmaking Industry,” a talk by Mr. P. McConnell, under the auspices of the Chamber of Manufactures. 7.20: Music. 7.30: Mr. C. B. Westmacott will relate late “Stories of the Stage.” © 7.45: OFFICIAL ANZAC EVE CELEBRATION AND FAREWELL WELL TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, SIR A'LEXI ANDER HORE-RUTHVEN BY THE R.S. AND S.I.L.A. 10.0: From SCK only: Port Adelaide laide Acceptances for Saturday. 10.15: News and Weather. 10.23: Meditation music. 11.0: Close. 9TTF s y dne y’ ** 293 Metres [Licensed Station.] Day Sessions as Friday, except: 8.30: Poultry Farming Talk by C. Honey field. Race results throughout afternoon noon programme. 2.30: The Storyteller. Captain Stevens: vens: Serial, Wanderings in Nigeria. geria. © 4.0: A WOMAN’S VIEW OF THE NEWS, by MARY MARLOWE. LOWE. 4.45: Auntie Grace with the little folk. 5.0: Children’s story by Uncle Si 5.15: Uncle Si and Kooka. 5.45: Uncle Lionel, Ambrose, and Winkle with the kiddies. 6.20: Dinner music. 6.30: March Brilliante, Jozette 2UE Concert Orchestra. 7.0: Taxi Thriller—“ Taxi FL 2226 ” 7.15: Tea Cup Tinkles—2UE Concert cert Orchestra. 7.20: The Filbert Family. 7.30: Music. 7.40: Piano solo (Florence Paton) 7.45: The Old Brigade—Ebenezer and Jeremiah. 7.55: News from “The Sun.” © 8.0: DON'T LISTEN TO THIS 8.15: Music. 8.20: Popular Song Medley, In days ol old—2UE Concert Orchestra. 8-4 o: Orchestral recordings. 8.51: ’Cello solo by Selwyn Hardy. 8.54: Vocal recordings. 9.0: Xylophone solo by Jack Purdon. don. 9.3: Recordings. 9.12: “Good-night” Foxtrot—2UE Concert Orchestra. 9.15: Instrumental recordings © 9.20: DESCRIPTION OF" THE BOXING FROM THE NEWTOWN TOWN STADIUM by HERB McHUGH. 10.0: Operatic feature. 10.10: Recordings. 10.30: News from “The Sun.” 10.45: Tranquillity music. 11.0: Close. 9PR Sydney, ll 248 Metres [Licensed Station] Day Sessions as Friday, except: 10.7: Morning devotion—Col a Fisher. © 12.10: A DICKENS READING by A. S. COCHRANE. 5.0: Children’s Session. The Fairy Godmother. 5.35: Music. 5.40: Children’s Session. The Hello Man. 6.20: Dinner music. 7.0: A 1 Hammett, Saxophonist. Not recorded. 7.8: New record releases. © 7.45: “KING SOLOMON’S MINES.” The dramatised version of Rider Haggard’s famous novel, presented by the Graham Dowland Company. pany. 8.0: Special Programme. © 8.15: OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE NEW STUDIOS AND COMPLEMENTARY CONTROL TROL ROOM AT 2CH BY THE LORD MAYOR OF SYDNEY NEY (ALD. A. L. PARKER). © 8.30: FOR THE FIRST TIME IN AUSTRALIA, THE BROADCAST OF A COMPLETE PLETE FEATURE FILM, “AUNT SALLY,” a Gaumont- British musical film play starrine CICELY COURTNEIDGE. NEIDGE. (See panel) 9.45: Friedman—ln Old Vienna, Romance mance in E Flat (Rubenstein). 9.56: Market reports. 9.59: Berlin State Opera House Orchestra—ltaliana chestra—ltaliana in Algeria (Rossini) sini) . 10.7: De Grout and Terence Casey, Violinist and Organist—Cavatina (Raff). 10.10: Riccardo Sfrracciari and Chorus—Ernani (Verdi), Te Deum from La Tosca. 10.18: BB C. Symphony Orchestra —Prelude, Tristan and Isolde (Wagner). 10.26: Richard Tauber, Tenor—The Mystprv fßlmre). 10.29: Life’s Philosonhy. 10.91: Slubber music. 10.50: Meditation and music. 11.0: Close. Svrlnev, 81 Metres [Licensed Station l Day Sessions as Friday, except: 10.45: Dorethy Jordan: “Beauty Through the Ages.” 11.0: Kathleen Jo-dan: “Sfreet- TV’^kin o '.” 11.45: June Mar?'’'"-'- “Astrology.” 1.30: Mrs. W. J Stelzer: “The Pnrnose of a Liberal Education.” tion.” 3.45- Kathleen Jordan: “Paul Robeson.” 4.45: Uncle George. 4.58: Christopher Robin. 5 4: Calls and Songs. 6.0: The Koopon Kid. 6.7: Calls and Songs. 6.30: British Talkie Session. 6.38: Music. 6.49: Screen Snapshots. Q 7.0: GEORGE EDWARDS’ THRILLER—“THE MESSAGE AGE OF DEATH.” 7.15: Music. G 7.30: TARZAN OF THE APES—A THRILLER. 7.45: 2GB Concert Orchestra, conducted by Gil Dech, “Maria Maria” (Di Capua). 7.50: Jack Lumsdaine. O 7.55- 2GB CONCERT ORCHESTRA. CHESTRA. VOCALIST, JACK DAVEY “BEAUTIFUL DREAMS” (Parsley). 8.0: Special Presentation of “Comedy Capers.” Q 8.15: THE THRILLING ADVENTURES VENTURES OF “THE LAUGHING CAVALIER”—A GEORGE EDWARDS PRODUCTION. DUCTION. 8 25: 2GB Concert Orchestra, Moonlight in Rio de Janeiro (Wertheimer). G 8.30: ERNEST McKINLAY, TENOR. INVICTUS (BRUND HUHN), THE GARDEN OF YOUR HEART (DOREL). 8.40: 2GB Concert Orchestra. Vocalist calist —Jack Davey, Orchids in the Moonlight (Youmans). O 8.45: SHIPWRECKS ON THE AUSTRALIAN COAST. 9.0: 2GB Concert Orchestra — Selections from White Horse . Inn iStolz). 9.15: The Bulletin Session, featuring uring Jack Lumsdaine, the Radio dio Rascal. 9 25: 2GB Concert Orchestra— Ninon. When Your Smiles are for Me (Kaper). G 9-30: ERNEST McKINLAY. TENOR. OBSTINATION iDE FONTENAILLE3), THE SECOND MINUET (BESLYi. 9 40: 2GB Concert Orchestra— Norwegian Suite (Schytte). 9.55: John Brownlee Baritone, Blow. Blow. Thou Winter Wind. 10 0: 2GB Concert Orchestra— Vocalist. Jack Dsvev, Downstream stream Drifter (Sneel). 10.5: Comedy Harmonists, Marie Marie. 10.10: 2GB Concert Orchestra— Musical Gems of Tschaikowsky (Langey). 10.30: Entertainment Club. 10.35: Instrumental Music. 11.0: Slumber Music. 11.26: 2GB Goodnight Song. 11.30: Close. 9TTW Sydney, " V ” 267 Metres [Licensed Station] Day sessions as Friday, except: 9.0: Kay Russell’s Travel Talk. 9.30: Talk on Activities of Rosemary mary Club. 9.45: Homecraft Needlework Notions. tions. 10.30: Morning Tea with Coralie MacKellar. 11.15: Joan Harvey talks on Psychology. chology. 2.40: United Association Talk. 4.30: Piano Lessons. 4.45: Serial Story—J. M. Prentice. 5.0: Children’s session bv Uncle Jack and Lady Betty. Debating Club and Soecial Story. 5.45: The Golden Crust. 6.0: Gems of Music. 6.30: The Handyman Session. 6.40: Music. 6.45: “The Romance of Invention,” bv H. H. Rayward. 6.50: Music. 7.30: Fifteen Electrical Minutes. The London Symphony Orchestra— tra— 2CH 8.0 AUNT SALLY 2CH will commemorate the opening of their new studios to-night, with a broadcast, for the first time in Australia, of a complete feature film. The musical film play. “Aunt Sally,” starring Cicely Courtneidge, will be presented in its entirety. There is unusual wit in the dialogue of this producton, which is considered the best musical talkie England has produced to date, and the experienced commentator who will describe the action to listeners will enhance its entertainment ment from a broadcasting point of view. Marche: Wand of Youth (Elgar) Song of Night .. .. (Elgar) Tame Bears and Wild Bears (Elgar) 7.45: Music. 7.50: Popular Psychology—J. • M. Prentice. 8.0: Orchestra, conducted by Hamilton ilton Webber. 8.20: “The Critic.” 8.30: Orch.—Flower of Hawaii Selections ections i Abraham) Vocal —Open Your Window, Spring is Here .. .. iStolz) Piano—The Wedding of Mr. Mickv Mouse. Orch.—Liebeslied .. (Kreisler) Vocal—Roll de Chariot Along. Orch.—A Wedding in Java. Vocal —Follow a Star .. i Ellis) 9.0: The Week’s New Releases. 9.15: 2UW Weekly Health Talk, relayed to 3AW, 2CA. 2MO, 2XN, 2WL 2HA, 3GL, 4BK. (“Wini c ms,” by Jack -Win, 9.30 to 10.30.) 9.30: Dance Music. 12.0: Close. OXT Y Sydney, 1 280 Metres [Licensed Station] Day sessions as Monday, except: 11.50: Consulting Chemist. 1.0: Music. 2.0: Question Box—Mrs. Grey. 2.30: Suburban Session—Fred Garland. land. 2.45: Music. 3.30: Close. 4.30: Melody Hour—John Harper. 5.30: Children’s Birthday Session — Uncle Jack and Rion. 6.0: Sundown Session, 6.15; Music, 6.30: Dinner Entertainment — “Goodo." 7 20: Racing Talk. 7 30: Racing Talk. 7 35: Music. 7.45: Cyril Angles—Radio Turf Topics. • 8.0: Musical Surprise. 8.10: Music. G 8.30: FROM AUBURN TOWN HALL: COMMUNITY CONCERT. CERT. WITH SYD HAYNES AND OTHER LEADING ARTISTS. 10.30: Happy Hour. 11.30: Close. OCM Sydney, 236 Metres [Licpvsed Station | Day Sessions as Friday, except:— During the Afternoon Race Results will be given. 4.0: RECORDS OF THE WEEK— A Review. O 4.15: RADIO MATINEE— “WHAT WOULD YOU DO?” —WRITTEN AND PRODUCED DUCED BY JOHN PICKARD. 5.0: UNCLE TOM AND HIS GANG. 6.0: ANGELUS. 6.1: Dinner Session, John Tuttell. 6.5: Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin (Wagner)—Columbia Sym. Orchestra. chestra. 6.10: Bohemian Dance (Smetana) W. Backhaus. 6.15: Health Advice. O 6.30: G.P.S. SPORTS BY MR. JACK BEATON. O 7.0: RACING SESSION, MR. H. A. MILLARD. 7.30: Bitter Sweet (Coward) —Lon- don Orchestra, _ ._ — — 7.40: Ballad No. 3 in A Flat (Chopin)—l. Friedman. 7.45: “The Globe-Trotters.” 8.15: Evening Session. 8.20: By the Waters of Minnetonka (Lieurance). 8.25: Believe Me If All Those Endearing dearing Young Charms (Moore) —■ J. McCormack. 8.30: “The Singing Grocer.” 8.50: Black Eyes—Salon Orchestra. tra. 9.0: Babylonian Nights (Zamernick) nick) —Super Cinema Orchestra. G 9.15: “WHAT WOULD YOU DO?”—A DRAMA WRITTEN AND PRODUCED FOPRADIO RADIO BY JOHN PICKARD. 9.55: Beneath the Window of My Love (Lehar) —R. Tau*oer. 10.0: The Broken Melody (Biene) —E. Zimbalist. 10.5: Barcarolle (Offenbach) —New •Light Symphony Orchestra. 10.10: Standchen (Schubert) Lotte Lehmann. 10.15: Because (D’Hardelot) —J. Crawford. 10.20: Comme Une Pale Fleur (Thomasi —John Brownlee. 10.30: Close. OJZ d Newcastle, 212 Metres [Licensed Station ] Day Sessions as Friday, except: 5.45: Honor Brigade Session, Uncle Peter and Paul. 6.0: Serial. \ 6.15: Dinner music. 7.0: Serial thriller, featuring the George Edwards players, relayed from 2GB Sydney. 7.20: Racing talk, relayed from 2KY Sydney. 7.30: Entertainment Club. 7.34: Music. O 9 0: DESCRIPTION OP WRESTLING FROM THE NEWCASTLE STADIUM. 10.0: Suppertime music. 10.30: Close. OTJ'Tfc Newcastle, 270 Metres [Licensed Station ] Day Sessions as usual. 5.45: Children's Session —Elocu- tionary Items—Pupils of Miss Page. 7.0: Muffin and Crumpet. 8 0: Topical Chorus from Stage of Newcastle Town Hall. O 85: RELAY FROM NEWCASTLE CASTLE TOWN HALL OF . DANCE PROGRAMME BY THE PARAMOUNT DANCE BAND AT THE 2HD CELEBRATION BRATION BALL. 8 31: Description of Ball and Stage Setting. 0.0: News. O 9.5: GREFMTNOS FROM LEADING ING CITIZENS. 9.15: Relay cf Dance Music cont’nued. t’nued. 9 40: Comedy Interlude. 9 44: Dance Music from Newcastle Town Hall. 12.0: Close. *; V\T I. ism ore, 224 Metres [Licensed Station] Day Sessions as Monday. 6.0: Uncle Jack. Echo, and Yo Yo make merry. 6.30: Recorded music. 7.0: Talkies. 10.0: Close. DEBROY SUMMERS. CICELY COURTNEIDGE.
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