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  • 1062 words
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  • xna, ABC, 1955-09-03
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Title
  • Next Week’s A.B.C. TALKS (3 September 1955)
Appears In
  • ABC weekly, v.17, no.35, 1955-09-03
Author
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission.
Published
  • xna, ABC, 1955-09-03
Physical Description
  • 1062 words
  • article
  • Journals
  • Magazines
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  • ABC weekly
  • Vol. 17 No. 35 (3 September 1955)
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  • Next Week’s A.B.C. TALKS A Poet and His Public . . . (Sunday, September 4, at 2.00 p.m., from 2FC-NA and 4QG.) poet and novelist Robert Graves finds that while novels are in public demand, poems are not. This talk was recorded by the B. My First Novel . . . (Sunday, September 4, at 3.00 p.m., from 2BL-NC, 4QR and Regionals.) OOGER LEMELIN was brought up in the workers’ district of Quebec City. His first novel, The Town Below, which gives a picture ture of this part of Quebec, won him a prize from the Academie Francaise caise in 1943. Since then he has published several other books. Mr. Lemelin is a French Canadian, and his talk was recorded by the C. Eastern Orthodoxy . . . (Sunday, September 4, at 3.45 p.m., from 2BL-NC-CN and 4QR.) EDWARD WEST, of New York, briefly explains the significant ficant aspects of the Eastern Orthodox dox Church and its importance to the general body of Christian truth. Canon West recently visited Australia tralia as chaplain to the Bishop of New York, the Rt. Rev. H. W. B. Donegan. He is distinguished from other episcopal clergy in the United States by his association with the Eastern Orthodox Church, which many adherents in that country. He helped found an Orthodox Theological cal College and served on its governing ing body. Then and Now . . . (Sunday, September 4, at 5.15 P.m., from 2RL-NC-CN and 4QR.) TN the last of his autobiographical talks, Bertrand Russell, under the title Hopes: Realised and Disappointed, pointed, looks back on his youthful hopes for things which he believes to be good. On the whole, he says, internal developments in Britain have been such as he could welcome. In the international scene, his hopes, though their realisation has gradually receded, ceded, remain alive: hopes for security curity against war, for the abolition of abject poverty, the growth of tolerance, and opportunity for personal sonal initiative. Plain Christianity . . . (Sunday, September 4, at 7.15 p.m., from 2BL-NC-CN and 4QR.) npHE speaker is a distinguished * English scientist, C. A. Coulson, F.R.S., Professor of Applied Mathematics matics in the University of Oxford. He makes his approach in' this talk as a scientist to God, creator of the Universe. Professor Coulson has written three scientific text books and over 120 research papers, chiefly in the field of the quantum theory and theoretical cal chemistry. His talk was recorded corded by the 8.8. C. for the A.B.C. The A.B.C Adelaide Singers, under the direction of Norman Chinner, ner, will sing several hymns and two anthems during the session. Chinese Pedlars . . . (Monday, September 5, at 3.20 P.m., from 2BL-NC-CN and 4QR.) 'X'HE speaker, Marie Singer, spent two years, 1947-49, in China, while her husband worked as a medical cal officer with the World Health Organisation. In Nanking, she became came aware of the charm the pedlars, lars, by night and day, exercised on the city. Mrs. Singer is German-born, but came to Australia fifteen years ago and made her home in Brisbane. Should Science Serve Community Needs? . . . (Monday, September 5, at 8.40 p.m., from 2BL-NC-CN, 4QR. Regionals except 2CY, September 11, 9.30 a.m. r PHE subject will be discussed by A J. B. Thornton, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the N.S.W. University sity of Technology; and Dr. Ilse Rosenthal-Schneider, of the Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney. Any Questions? . , . (Wednesday, September 7, at 7.45 p.m., from 2FC-NA, 4QG and Regionals.) 'T'HE programme will come from A the Junior Printing Executives Association, Sydney. The panels of speakers will consist of Miss Saide Parker, Director of Appeals, Sydney Legacy; A. K. Stout, Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Sydney; Gordon Watson, Australian tralian pianist at present home on a visit from London; and Edgar Holt, well-known Sydney journalist. Chairman is Frank Legg. Predicaments . . . (Wednesday, September 7, at 10.00 p.m., from 2FC-NA, 4QG and Regionals.) nPHE former Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne, the Very Rev. H. T. Langley, speaks on You’re 73 Years Old and Very Lonely. Dean Langley retired on reaching the age of 70, but he is still an active man, especially in the field of religious gious education. He has been chairman man of an undenominational body in Melbourne, the General Board of Religious Education. The C.5.1.R.0. At Work . . . (Friday, September 9, at 7.20 p.m., from 2BL-NC-CN and 4QR.) TPHIS is the final talk in the series. The speaker is Dr. F. M. Day, of the C.5.1.R.0. Division of Entomology, mology, Canberra. He will tell how the work on myxomatosis has shed completely new light on the way in which epidemics of diseases can run through the human population and the great speed with which they can be spread. Notes on the News . . . (Mondays to Fridays, at 1.15 p.m., from 2BL-NC, 4QR and Regionals.) r T , HE following speakers will be heard in the coming week:— Monday: J. G. Starke; Tuesday: Massey Stanley; Wednesday: Noel Adams; Thursday: H. D. Black; and Friday: Lord Lindsay. Country Hour . . . (Monday, September 5, at 12.48 p.m., from 2FC-NA, 4QG and Regionals.) t l . M. ROBERTS is interviewed on Flock Testing by Lee Ruth. Mr. Roberts, technical adviser in charge of the flock testing service of the School of Wool Technology, N.S.W., discusses the question of fleece measurement, particularly as it affects merino wool production. He explains that the testing service available in New South Wales assists graziers in their selection of both rams and ewes. Mr. Roberts believes that testing will make possible the doubling of the rate of improvement in wool quality. (Wednesday, September 7, at 12.48 p.m., from 2FC-NA, 4QG and Regionals.) r T\ G. CARTER is interviewed by Graham White on the question of brands in wool as they concern both the grower and the textile manufacturer. Mr. Carter, Chairman of the Australian tralian Wool Bureau, who recently returned from a world tour, tells of the effect unscourable wool has on the cost of producing wool fabrics, and urges Australian wool-growers to use the newly-developed “siromark”. mark”. (Thursday, September 8, at 12.48 p.m., from 2FC-NA, 4QG and Regionals.) account of the Adelaide Show ” each State will arrange its own programme. New South Wales listeners ers will hear Trevor Stockley interview view F. Fletcher on A Visit To Kendenup, in Western Australia. In Queensland, Calling Dairy Products ducts will be the subject of a talk by D. S. Robertson, Senior Dairy Advisor, Department of Agriculture and Stock.
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