1944-11-18, English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Friday, November 2 4 (18 November 1944) Australian Broadcasting Commission.

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  • 1013 words
  • article
  • Journals
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Published
  • xna, ABC, 1944-11-18
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Friday, November 2 4 (18 November 1944)
Appears In
  • ABC weekly, v.6, no.46, 1944-11-18
Author
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission.
Published
  • xna, ABC, 1944-11-18
Physical Description
  • 1013 words
  • article
  • Journals
  • Magazines
Part Of
  • ABC weekly
  • Vol. 6 No. 46 (18 November 1944)
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  • Friday , November 2 4 2FC - NR - CY 2NA CR Regionals 2NR, 2CY, 2NA, and 2CR relay 2FC except at 8.00-8.10 a.m. (Local Session except 2CY), 10.00- 11.45 (2CR, see 2BL; 2NR, 2CY, 2NA, close); 1.50-1.55 (2CR, Local), 6.30-6.35 (2NR, Local), 10.30 (2NA, close), 10.30-11.30 (2BL). 6.00 NEWS and Music. 6.30 Essential Services. 6.45 NEWS 7.02 Daily Dozen. 7.12 Breakfast Session. 7.45 NEWS 8.15 Hospital Session. 8.45 Famous Overtures. 8.55 Kitchen Front. 9.00 Music While You Work. 9.30 Kindergarten of the Air. 9.50 Sacred Music. 10.00 News Flash and Close. 11.45 Luncheon Music. 11.55 SCHOOL BROADCAST Verse Making, by H. S. Osborne. borne. 12.15 FARM AND HOME 12.15 Essential Services. 12.30 NEWS and -Commentary. tary. 1.00 Serial: The Lawsons. 1.12 Star Singer. 1.15 Are Politicians Human? by Leo Reeves. 1.25 Stock Exchange. 1.30 NEWS and Music. 2.05 SCHOOL BROADCAST 2.05 Music Through Movement, ment, by Heather Gell. 2.45 Secondary Schools Session: sion: Characterisation in English Composition, by J. T. Peek and J. W. Payne. 3.20 Australian Music. 3.30 Music While You Work. 4.00 8.8. C. NEWS 4.15 Music of British Isles. 4.30 WOMEN IN THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS Talk by Irene Greenwood. 4.45 Stars of Cinema Organ. 5.00 8.8. C. Radio Newsreel. 5.30 CHILDREN’S SESSION More About Timbertoes; His Imperial Highness; Melody Man; The Argosy. 6.20 Essential Services. 6.30 Hits of the Day. 6.45 Sporting Preview. 6.53 Light Music. 7.00 NEWS ahd Commentary. 7.20 SPOTLIGHT Adelaide Light Orchestra and Wireless Chorus under th-e direction of William Cade. Production: Norman man Shepherd. 7.50 News Review. 8.00 STARLIGHT Featuring vivacious young revue and pantomime singer Pat Kirkwood. 8.8. C. Feature. ture. • 8.15 8.8. C. SCIENCE NOTEBOOK Talk by Sir Frederick Gowland land Hopkins on the value of vitamins. Producer: Anthony thony Weymouth. Read by Bryan Brooke. 8.30 NATIONAL MILITARY BAND Conducted by Stephen Yorke: Army of the Nile (Alford); Desert Scene, Yishma El (Jalowicz) A Dervish Chorus (Sebek); Moresque (Coates); Italiana in Algiers (Rossini). 9.00 8.8. C. and Aust. NEWS. 9.15 CONCERT FOR THE FORCES Dorcas McClean (Voilin), William Herbert (Tenor), and Raymond Lambert (Piano). 10.00 AMERICA SPEAKS Miss Jane Cowl, a great American actress who was one of the founders of Stage Door Canteen. 10.10 THE PARKER SISTERS And Margot Sheridan (Piano). 10.30 Close. 2KY 6.00 p.m.: Movie Music. 6.32: Under the Baton. 6.43: Musical Memories. 7.00: NEWS. 7.10: Music. 7.30: News from the Sports Arena. 7.45: Popular Parade. 8.00: Views on the News. 8.15: Favourites. 8.30: Sports Shorts. 8.45: Waltzes. 9.00: Queen of Song. 9.10: Down South. 9.30: Horses for Courses. 9.45: Rhythm on Record. 10.15: Organ Interlude. lude. 10.30: Potpourri. 11.00: Close. 2UE 6.00 p.m.: Race Preview. 6.13: Hollywood Reviewer. 6.43: Treasure Island. 7.00: NEWS. 7.20: Popular Parade. 7.30: Casanova. . 7.45: Music. 8.00: Melody and Rhythm. 9.00: Music. 9.15: What’s Cookin’? 9'. 30: Sentimental. 10.00: Juke Box. 10.20: South Sea Island Magic. 10.40: Moonlight light Mood. 11.00: 8.8. C. NEWS. 11.15: Close. 2BL 2NC Regional 2NC relays 2BL except at 3.30-3.45; 6.30-6.35 p.m. (Local). 10.00 Morning Devotions. 10.15 Music. 10.20 WOMEN’S SESSION Conducted by Jill Meillon. 11.00 Music While You Work. 11.30 Music for Strings. 11.45 MUSIC FOR PIANO Percy Grainger. 12.00 MUSIC OF THE OPERA American Feature. 12.15 MUSIC OF THE BANDS American Feature. 12.30 NEWS 12.35 Luncheon Music. 2.00 Famous Dance Bands. 2.20 MERRY MAKERS Past and Present, by Rose Atkinson. 2.30 Music Comedy Memories. 3.00 BALLAD SINGERS Charles Kullman. 3.20 Theatre Organ. 3.45 HINTS FOR XMAS PRESENTS Some Hand - embroidered Christmas Gifts, by Rosalie Wilson-Blanche. 4.00 MUSIC LOVERS’ HOUR Queen’s • Hall Orchestra, conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood: Overture in G Minor (Brickner); Egon Petri: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel (Brahms). London Symphony phony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty:- Symphony No. 95 in C Minor (Haydn). 5.00 Dance Tea. 5.30 Star Dance Band. 6.00 8.8. C. NEWS 6.05 Dinner Music. 6.52 GARDENING TALK By G. Cooper. 7.00 NEWS 7.08 Dinner Music. 7.35 Ask the Experts. 7.45 Dinner Music. 8.00 PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN Albert Keats with Terence Hunt (Baritone); Clive Amadio (Clarinet): Joyce Atkins (Soprano); V. Newman man (Bass); W. Pringle (Tenor); M. Wilkinson (Piano). A Child’s Story, by Robert Browning. 8.30 OVER TO YOUTH Discussion: Should Education tion Be Utilitarian. 9.00 NORMA COX (Violin). Romanza Andalusa (Sarasate); sate); Perpetual Motion (Novacek). 9.10 NATIONAL MILITARY BAND Conducted by Stephen Yorke. Melodies from The Chocolate Soldier (O. Strauss); Excerpts from Der Rosenkavalier (R. Strauss); Selections from The Great Waltz (J. Strauss). 9.30 A.B.C. DANCE BAND Compere: Walter Pym. 10.00 DEDICATION Bill Beatty Feature. 10.30 Dance Music. 11.00 8.8. C. and Aust. NEWS. 11.18 Epilogue and Music. 11.30 Close. 2CH 6.02 p.m.: Music and Laughter. 6.20: R.A.A.F. Air Training Corps. 6.30: Variety. 7.00: NEWS. 7.08: From the Console. 7.15: Dr. Peter Russo News Commentary. 7.25: To-night’s Hit. 7.30: Clue of the Silver Key. 7.45: Music Shop. 8.00: Special Programme. 8.15: Feotsteps of Fate. 8.30: Amateur teur Hour. 9.30: Whirl of the Waltz. 9.45: Armchair Interlude. lude. 10.15: Sweet Music. 10.45: Meditation. 11.00: 8.8. C. NEWS. 11.15: Close. 2GB 6.00 p.m.: Radio Newspaper. 6.15: Variety. 6.30: Music. 6.45: Musical Varieties. 7.00: NEWS. 7.15: The Todds. 7.30: Youth Speaks. 8.00: Quiz Kids. 8.30: Jack Davey. 9.00: Ballads. 9.15: Achievement. 9.30: Musical cal Comedy. 9.40: Potpourri. 10.00: Orchestral. 10.15: War Diary. 10.30: N.R.M.A. Talk. 10.45: Epilogue. 11.00: 8.8. C. NEWS. 11.15: Close. 2UW 6.00 p.m.: Arias from Opera. 6.10: Sports Parade. 6.28: Stars of To-night. 7.00: NEWS. 7.15: Music in the Air. 7.30: Racing Preview by Cyril Angles. 7.45: Beauty and You. 8.00: The Road to Tokio. 8.30: Young Stars. 9.00: Music, Music All the Time. 9.30: What Would You Have Done? 10.00: 8.8. C. News Flash. 10.15: A. M. Pooley’s War Digest. 11.00: 8.8. C. NEWS. 12.00 Mid.: Midnight night to Dawn Session. 12.00 Mid.: 8.8. C. NEWS. 1.00 a.m.: 8.8. C. NEWS. 3.00: 8.8. C. NEWS. 5.00: 8.8. C. NEWS. 2SM 6.00 p.m.: Angelus. 6.20: Dinner ner Music. 7.45: John Dunne’s Scrap Book. 8.00: The Goblin Show. 8.30: Grocer and Madam. 8.45: The Customer Speaks. 9.00: Radio Razzle Dazzle. 10.00: Supper Club. 10.15: Popular Composers. 10.30: Bing Crosby. 11.00: Close.
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