1953-03-21, English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: WEDNESDAY, March 25 A.B.C. (21 March 1953) Australian Broadcasting Commission.

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WEDNESDAY, March 25 A.B.C. (21 March 1953)
 
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  • 853 words
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  • xna, ABC, 1953-03-21
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  • English

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Title
  • WEDNESDAY, March 25 A.B.C. (21 March 1953)
Appears In
  • ABC weekly, v.15, no.12, 1953-03-21
Author
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission.
Published
  • xna, ABC, 1953-03-21
Physical Description
  • 853 words
  • article
  • Journals
  • Magazines
Part Of
  • ABC weekly
  • Vol. 15 No. 12 (21 March 1953)
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  • WED NESDAY, March 25 A.B.C. A.B.C. 2FC-2NA 7.00 Wake Up and Listen. ! 7.15 BREAKFAST SESSION With Russ Tyson. 7.45 NEWS; Weathei. 8.00 Popular Entertainers. (8.00-8.08 2NA News.) 8.15 HOSPITAL HALF-HOUR Fermoy Hospital, Auchenflower, flower, Brisbane. 8.45 Road Going North Serial by E. M. England and Ray Albion: (8.45-9.00 2NA Music.) 9.00 Play It Again. 9.30 From the Light Orchestras. tras. 10.00 Yours for the Asking 10.30 WOMEN’S SESSION 11.00 FOR SCHOOLS Correspondence School Session. 11.10 Music Street. 11.25 Listening Time. 11.45 The World We Live In. 12.00 COUNTRY HOUR 12.15 Markets. 12.30 NEWS; Weather. 12.48 Nutrition of Pasture Plants in South-W'est of W.A.—Dr. R. C. Rossiter.- 1.00 Blue Hills 1.15 At the Console. 1.30 NEWS (1.45-1.48 2NA News.) 1.48 Weather; Rivers; Music. 2.00 Housewife’s Choice FOR SCHOOLS 2.30 Nature Studies. 2.45 Australians On Parade. 3.00 W’here Old Friends Meet 3.30 Musical Memories. 4.00 NEWS 4.15 B.B.C. Newsreel. 4.30 Light Orchestral. 5.00 Tunes of Our Land 5.10 Stock Exchange Report. 5.15 CHILDREN’S SESSION IvENING 6.00 Blue Hills 6.15 Latest and Brightest Compere: John West. 2NA ONLY 6.15-6.40. 6.15 Local Programme. 6.20 Town and Country Magazine. 6.30 Local Programme. 6.40 Sporting Highlights 6.45 Stranger, Come In (6.45-6.53 2NA News.) 7.00 NEWS 7.15 A.B.C. HIT PARADE With Lawrie Brooks, Joan Wiltop, Mart Dryden, Rhythm Quintet, and Jim Gussey and A.B.C. Augmented mented Dance Band. 7.45 SOUVENIRS OF SONG With Violet Harper, Lorenzo Nolan, M. Fraillon, Robert Payne, Greg Jacobson, Valerie Ryan, Linda Phillips, lips, and A.B.C. Melbourne Dance Band and Singers. Conductor Frank Thom. (Continued in next column) 2FC-2NA (Continued) 8.15 WHAT NEXT? With James Bailey, Joyce Newton, Kevin Caporn, James Condon, Laurie Croisette, The Westemaires, and Harry Bluck and His Melodians. 8.45 News Review 9.00 NEWS 9.15 SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA With WOLFGANG SCHNEIDERHAN, Violin. Conductor Eugene Goossens: Variations On a Theme of Haydn—Chorale St. Antoni (Brahms), Concerto in D Major, Op. 77 (Brahms). 10.15 The Seven Deadly Sins Lust—Are You Intemperate? —Rev. Frank Borland. 10.30 They Gave Us Melody With Joan Clark, Ron Atkinson, Bill Harkin, and A.B.C. Melbourne Dance Band. Conductor Frank Thorn. 11.00 NEWS 11.20 Music and Meditation. 11.30 Close. 2BL-2NC 6.00 NEWS; Weather; Special cial Announcements. 6.15 Daybreak Serenade. 6.45 NEWS; Weather. 7.00 Stars of Song. (7.00-7.05 2NC News.) (7.00-7.15 2NU Farm Breakfast fast Session.) 7.15 Morning Melody. 7.45 NEWS; Weather. 8.00 Morning Melody. 8.10 From the Bible Rev. W. R. Ray. 8.15 THE ORCHESTRA PLAYS Lyrebird Orchestral Ensemble, Conductor Desormiere: Second Suite —Les Paladins (Rameau). Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor Kempen: Ballet Music —Prometheus (Beethoven). Boyd Neel String Orchestra, Conductor Neel; Variations on a Theme of Tchaikovsky (Arensky). London Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor Beecham: Incidental Music—The Tempest (Sibelius). Danish State Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Malko: Carnival in Paris (Svendsen). 9.15 Time for Music. 9.30 KINDERGARTEN Ann Roberts'and Marjorie Boyes. , FOR SCHOOLS 9.55 Sacred Music. 10.00 Story Without An End. 10.15 SYMPHONY HOUR Danish State Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra, Conductor* Tuxen: Symphony No. 5 (Nielsen). Boyd Neel String Orchestra: Romance in C for Strings (Sibelius). 11.00 MUSIC AT ELEVEN N.B.C. Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Toscanini: A Faust Overture (Wagner). Julius Patzak, Tenor, with Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor Bohm: God, How Dear; In Life’s Spring Days—Fidelio (Beethoven). Lili Kraus, Piano: Ten Variations in G (Mozart). Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus, Conductor Sargent: Pavane (Faure). Herbert Dawson, Organ, with London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Coates: Bouree—Concerto No. 7 (Handel). Joan Hammond, Soprano, and Dennis Noble, Baritone, with Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra: Now Command Me—La Traviata (Verdi). Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Levitzky: Sigurd Josalfar (Grieg). 12.00 Song Time Kirsten Flagstad, Soprano: Springtime; Eros; A Swan (Grieg). 12.15 Midday Melody. 1.13 Programme Summary. 1.15 Notes On the News Dr. Emery Bares. 1.23 Stock Exchange. 1.30 YOUNG AUSTRALIA Wendy Nash, Piano, and Margaret Parkes, Violin: Pastorale and Capriccio (Scarlatti), Arioso (Handel), Caprice No. 20 (Paganini). 1.45 Afternoon Prelude Alfredo and his Orchestra: Selection—Paganini (Lehar). Memories of Old Vienna (Trad.). 2.00 THE MUSIC LOVER Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor Kubelik: Overture —Amid Nature (Dvorak). Jacques Thibaud, Violin, with Grand Orchestra of Lamoureux Concerts, Conductor Bigot: Poeme for Violin and Orchestra (Chausson). Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor Sargent: Theme and Variations— Suite No. 3, Op. 55 (Tchaikovsky). 2.55 Grand Concert Orchestra Minuet —Ancient Suite (Sampietro). 2 59 PARLIAMENT Broadcast of Proceedings from Parliament House, Canberra. 5.59 Programme Summary. EVENING 6.00 Tudor Quintet With lan Wilson, Oboe. Minuet (Ireland), Spinning Song (Mendelssohn), Concerto' for Oboe and Strings (Pergolesi), Guitarre (Moszkowski), Morning; At Night (Rachmaninoff), Pastorale (Saint-Saens), Comedians’ Galop (Kabalevsky). 6.30 Concert Memories Or Talk. 6.45 Bizet National Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Weldon: Spanish Dances (Moszkowski). 7.00 NEWS 7.15 News Commentary. 7.20 PARLIAMENT Rebroadcast of Question Time. 8.00 PARLIAMENT Broadcast of Proceedings. 11.00 Close. A.B.C. 2CN CANBERRA 7.00 Wake Up and Listen. 715 Morning Melody. 745 NEWS gOO Popular Entertainers. 8.15 The Orchestra Plays. 9.15 Time for Music. 930 From the Light Orchestras. tras. 10,00 Yours for the Asking. 10.15 Symphony Hour. 11.00 Music at Eleven. 12.00 Song Time. 12.15 Midday Melody. 1.15 At the Console. 1.30 Young Australia. 1.45 Afternoon Prelude. 2.00 The Music Lover. 2.59 Parliament. 6,00 Tudor Quintet. 3.30 Talk. 6.45 Bizet. Patrie Op. 19. 7.00 NEWS 7.15 News Commentary. 7,20 Question Time. 8.00 Parliament. 11.00 Close Down.
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