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  • FRIDAY ........ MAY 13 (13 May 1932)
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  • The wireless weekly : the hundred per cent Australian radio journal, v.19, no.20, 1932-05-13
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  • Vol. 19 No. 20 (13 May 1932)
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  • FRIDAY ........ MAY 13 oriO SYDNEY, I 1 V; 451 Metres Early Session 7 to 8.15 a.m. (Relayed to .2NC, Newcastle) Morning Session 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. (Relayed to 2NC, from 10.40 a.m.) The Lunch Hour 1 to 2.30 p.m. The Radio Matinee 2.30 to 4.30 p.m. (Relayed to 2NC, Newcastle.) 2.30: BERLIN STATE OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA (recorded) Slavonic Dances, No. 8 and 16. Dvorak 2.38: LOTYS LESCAUT, Soprano— I Think .. D’Hardelot 2,41: ALFRED CORTOT, Pianist (R.) At the Spring Liszt Pathetic Study Scriabine 2.47: HARRY CRAIG, Baritone— When My Ships Come Sailing Home Dorel The Jolly Old Cavalier. 2.54: HEERMANN TRIO (recorded) Arabesque in G Major .. • • . Debussy Arabesque in E Major Debussy 2.58: JOHN HENRY AND COMPANY (recorded) John Henry’s Christmas Eve - • Henry 3.4: LOTYS LESCAUT, Soprano— Elegie Massenet Brown Bird Singing W oods At Dawning Cadman 3.11: H.M. COLDSTREAM GUARDS BAND (recorded) Pas des Cymbales Chaminade Air de Ballet Chaminaade 3.19: HARRY CRAIG, Baritone — When the Guards Go Marching By Barker 3.22: ARTHUR CATTERALL, Violinist (recorded) Chanson de Matin FAgar 3.26: VICTOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TRA (recorded). 3.30: DR. HAROLD NORRIE will speak on ‘HOME DANGERS AND THEIR AVOIDANCES.” 3.45: LOTYS LESCAUT, Soprano— June Music Trent 3.48: ADA SASSOLI, Harpist (R.) Menuett Hasselmars 3.51: HARRY CRAIG, Baritone — Slow Coach Bennett 3.54: J. H. SQUIRE CELESTE OCTET (recorded) Romance .. • • .. Rubenstein arr. Sear Toreador and Andalousa Rubenstein arr. Sear 4.30: CLOSE. Early Evening Session 5.45 to 8 p.m. i Relayed to 2NC, Newcastle, from 5.45 to 6.45 and from 7.5 to 8 p.m.) 5.45: THE CHILDREN’S HOUR, conducted ducted by UNCLE JOHN. 6.45: THE A.B.C. MODEL AEROPLANR ASSOCIATION. 7.5: A.B.C Sporting Service, etc. EVENING PROGRAMME 8 to 11.30 p.m. (Relayed to 2N'C, Newcastle, from 8 to 11 p.m.) ★ TO-NIGHT AT 8 A Programme OF OLD ENGLISH AND EARLY ITALIAN MUSIC Arranged by CLEMENT Q. WILLIAMS OLD ENGLISH ENID CONLEY, Pianiste— Rowland Byrd The Duchess of Brunswick's Toy Bull A Gigge Bidl Pawles Wharf Farnuby CLEMENT Q. WILLIAMS, Baritone- Love Me or Not Campian Flora Greaves Though Far from Joy .. . Rosseter Shall a Frown or Angry Eye. Corkine When Laura Smiles .. .. Rosseter VETA WAREHAM, Violiniste— Sonata Eccles EARLY ITALIAN ENID CONLEY, Pianiste— Sonata G Major Scarlatti Sonata A Major Scarlatti Sonata C Major Scarlatti CLEMENT Q. WILLIAMS, Baritone— Invocazione Di Orfeo Peri Dove Volio Mio Pensiero. Scarlatti Dormi A more Da Gagliano VETA WAREHAM, Violiniste— Concerto Vivaldi 9.0: “REDGUM” will tell listeners about their “GARDENS.” (Relayed from 3LO, Melbourne) A BAND CONCERT 9.15: BRUNSWICK CITY BAND— Conductor —Hugh Niven Overture, Chanson Du Soir .. Verner March, The Cossack Rimmer 9.25: “THE SUNDOWNERS” QUARTET ’Tis Me, O Lord Burleigh Here’s to the Maiden .. .. Vogrich King Billy’s Song James 9.32: BRUNSWICK CITY BAND— % altz, A Waltz Dream .. .. Strauss 9.39: CHANDRA PARKES, Entertainer, Selections from her Repertoire. 9.46: BRUNSWICK CITY BAND— 'Hie Unfinished Symphony .. Schubert 9.59: “THE SUNDOWNERS” QUARTET Wanganui Moon McKenzie That’s Why Darkies Were Born, Henderson 10.6: BRUNSWICK CITY BAND— Selection, Lohengrin Wagner 10.15: Late Official Weather Forecast. 10.17: VARIED MOMENTS MUSICAL by THE A.B.C. STRING SEPTET. 11.30: CLOSE. OT)U SYDNEY. 4DIJ 35i Metres Opening Session 8.15 to 11 a.m. 9.0: “OLD FOLKS* SESSION." 10.35: Miss Gwen Varley will answer questions on Housekeepers’ Problems. 10.47: Mrs. Ruby Duncan will tell of “Women’s Advancement.” Midday Session 12 noon to 2.30 p.m. 12.0: Announcements. . 12.2: FROM GRAND OPERA HOUSE: COMMUNITY SINGING CONCERT. Afternoon Entertainment 2 30 to 5.45 p m. 2.30: MUSICAL COMEDY FAVORITES. 2.45: RAYMOND NEWELL, Baritone (Recorded) The Menin Gate Ilowen 2.48: MILDRED DILLING, Harpiste (Recorded) — Ain Springbrunnen .. .. .. Zabel 2.52: DORIS VANE RUSSELL, DENIS NOBLE, AND CHORUS (R.) Maritana Geins Wallace 3.10: EMMY BETTENDORF, Soprano (Recorded) — Speak Not of Love Eternal, Marischka 3.14: R. E. McPHERSON, Organist (Recorded) A Japanese Sunset Deppen Ninette Maud 3.26: JACK PAYNE AND THE 8.8. C. CONCERT ORCHESTRA (R.) Mississippi Grofe 3.34: RICHARD TAUBER, Tenor (R.) Mattinata Leoncavallo 3.37: ARTHUR SCHUTT, Novelty Pianist (Recorded) — Piano Puzzle Schuti Lover, Come Back to Me •. Romberg 3.43: THE BIG FOUR, Vocal Quartet (Recorded) Reaching for the Moon Berlin The Little Things in Life .. .. Berlin 3.46: H.M. GRENADIER GUARDS BAND (Recorded) Parsifal —March of the Knights of the Holy Grail Wagner 3.54: MARGUERITE CARLTON, Contralto tralto (Recorded) The Little Silver Ring .. Chaminade 4.0: “GOLDFISH”—MRS. F. V. McKENZIE ZIE will speak on “A DAY AT IARONGA RONGA AQUARIUM.” 5.45: CLOSE. The Dinner Hour 6.15 to 8 p.m. EVENING PROGRAMME 8 to 10.30 p.m. ★ TO-NIGHT AT 8 * THE A.B.C. ORCHESTRA Conducted by E. J. ROBERTS 8.0: Die Fledermaus (The Bat) . Strauss 8.10: THE NEAPOLITANS’ VOCAL QUARTET— Waitin’ in the Shadows, Coombs-Wellesle y Mifanwy .•• Forster 8.17: “EEZY AND BREEZY” flutter their Wings. 8.27: THE A.B.C. ORCHESTRA— Monsieur Beaucaire Selection, Messager 8.37: PEGGY DUNBAR, Contralto- In Slimmer Fields Brahms Soft-footed Snow Lie Heights of Gatra Dvorak 8.44: THE A.B.C. ORCHESTRA— A Hunting Medley Novelty .. Somers The Butterfly Bendix 8.53: STEPHEN ARTEMOFF, Tenor— Elegie (sung in French —with Violin Obligato) Massenet For You Alone Geehl 9.9: THE A.B.C. ORCHESTRA— Three Light Pieces Fletcher 9.10: VOCAL DUETS— GEORGE GRAINGER, Tenor, and AUSTIN PIJNCII, Baritone- Rose of My Heart Lohr MOLYNEUX PHILLIPS, Tenor, and PETER SUTHERLAND, Basso- Awake Pelissier 9.17: “EEZY AND BREEZY” Go for a Blow. 9.27: THE A.B.C. ORCHESTRA — Baby’s Sweetheart —Novelty Number. 9.30: PEGGY DUNBAR, Contralto- Unmindful of the Roses, Coleridge-T aylor Scythe Song Hamilton Harty Love is a Sickness Gibbes 9.37: CLAUDE CORBETT will give a SPORTING TALK. 9.57: THE NEAPOLITANS’ VOCAL QUARTET— The Willow Tree .... .. Z amecnick At Sweet Sixteen .. .. : .. .. Oakley Calm as the Night Bohn 10.4: THE A.B.C. ORCHESTRA— The Skaters’ Concert Waltz, Waldteufel 10.11: STEPHEN ARTEMOFF, Tenor- Nadir’s Romance from ‘‘Pearl Fisher” (sung in Russian) Bizet Romance (sung in Russian) .. Tolstoi 10.18: THE A.B.C. ORCHESTRA— Four Selected Pieces Friml 10.25: Late News, Weather Forecast. 10.30: CLOSE. Or'TT SYDNEY, JLA 248 Metres Day sessions as usual. EARLY EVENING SESSION 5.10 to 7 p.m. 5.10: CHILDREN’S SESSION conducted by “THE FAIRY GODMOTHER.” 5.55: CHILDRENS SESSION conducted by “THE HELLO MAN.’’ 6.40: CHURCH SESSION conducted by REV. J. STEWART LANG (Presbyterian). EVENING SESSION—7 to 10.30 p.m. 7.0: CHIMES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. 7.2: ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONS. 7.18: TERENCE NUGENT. Tenor. 7.25: JASCHA HEIFETZ, Violinist (Recorded) On Wings of Song Mendelssohn Ave Maria Schubert-Wilhelmj 7.31: AMELITA GALLI-CURCI, Soprano (R.> La Capinera (“The Wren") .. .. Benedict La Paloma (“The Dove”) Yradier 7.37: CHERNIAVSKY TRIO (Recorded) Serenade Widor Trio in G Major Haydn 7 43: TERENCE NUGENT. Tenor. 7.50: A TALK ON TO-MORROW’S RUGBY UNION GAMES by MR. C. L. BROWN. 8.0: SELECTION FROM LIGHT OPERA. 8.8: KENNETH WALTERS, Baritone (Recorded) Out on the Deep Cowan and Lohr Song of the Clock .. .. Wallace and Burchall 8.14: PABLO CASALS, ’Cellist (Recorded) Tannhauser—O, Star of Eve Wagner 8.17: R. ARNOLD GRIER, F.R.C.O. (Recorded) Hearts of Oak. The British Grenadiers. Home, Sweet Home. Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond. 8.23: ORCHESTRAL. 8.35: NORMAN LONG, Entertainer at the Piano (Recorded) Isle of Hootcha Kootcha .. .. Rose and Mann I Had to go and Draw Another Pound Out, Rose and Mann 8.41: JOSEF LHEVINE, Pianist (Recorded) Blue Danube Waltz Strauss 8.47: ESSIE ACKLAND. Contralto (Recorded) Time’s Garden Thomas Melisande in the Wood Goetz 8.53: "VARIED MOMENTS MUSICAL. 9.15: THIRD NEWS AND COMMENTARY. 10.0: STUDIO MUSIC. , 10.30: CLOSE. non SYDNEY, i 316 Metres Day Sessions as usual. 8.0: Orchestra — Overture —Pique Dame Oevrture .. .. Suppt 8.10: Tenor Solo — Song of the Volga Boatmen .. Traditional 8.16: 2GB Trio- Scherzo .. .. .. .. Reissiger Swedish Folk Song. 8.25: Soprano Solo — My Own Love Eckert 8.30: Piano Solo, by Hilda Milson — Les Adieux Palmgren Nocturne in E Major Chopin 8.38: Orchestra — Suite of Serenades—Spanish, Chinese, Herbert 8.43: Tenor Solo— May I Ask You for the Next Tango? 8.48: 2GB Trio- Trio in D Minor Mendelssohn First Movement Allegro. 8.56: Soprano Solo — O Whistle and I’ll Come to You, My Lad, Traditional 9.0: Mr. Norman C. Seeman will speak on “Australia’s Road to Prosperity.” 9.15: John Daniels, Violinist— Zigeuner Weisen Sarasate Orientale Cui 9.24: Baritone Solo— Barbiere di Siviglia—Largo al Factotum, Rossini 9.30: 2GB Trio- Trio in D Minor Mendelssohn Andante. 9.39: Band Selection— Selections from Pagliacci .. .. Leoncavallo 9.49: Keith McMahon, ’Cellist— Aria :. .. Porpora Gavotte Popper 9.56: Soprano Solo — L’air De Bamvxlle 10.0: Instrumental Music. 10.45: Slumber Music. 11.30: Close down. OTTW SYDNEY> Ld U if 267 Metres Day Sessions as usual. , 5 15: Children’s Session, conducted by uncle Jack and Jill, including club notes and messages sages to the children in hospital. 6.0; Dinner Music. 6.30: Bridge Talk, by Dr. F, V. McAdam. 6.40: To-morrow’s Sporting. 6.45: Music and request items. 7.55: Forward Features. 8.0: Special Plebiscite Programme, requested by listeners. .. _ 9.0: Gardening Session, conducted by Mr. H. Hunt. 9 10* Music. 9.30: Thomas Norman Turf Session, conducted by Mr. F. Tupper. 9.45: Paling’s Session. 1Q.0: Television Talk, by Mr. O. F. Mingay. 10.10: Music. 10.28: To-morrow’s programme. 10.30: Close down. OTTI7 SYDNEY, . U Aj 293 Metres Day Sessions as usual. EVENING SESSION. 5 30: Auntie May and Uncle Simon. 6 15: Uncle Lionel and the Kiddies. 6.55: TO-MORROW’S RACES—Mr. Tom Ellis. 7.55: News from the "SUN.” 8.0: Overture, "Maritana.” 8.10: Studio Programme. 8 30: Ted Henkel’s Palais Royal Ban'* 9 15- WEEK-END WEATHER FORECAST. 9.20: Ted Henkel s Palais Royal Band. 9.30: Oscar Lind’s Selections. 9.45: Calls to Distant Listeners. 10.0: Light Opera Selections— "Lily of KUiarney.” iarney.” _ „ 10.10: News from "THE WORLD. 10.15: Tranquility Music. 10.30: Close Down. OCM SYDNEY, 236 Metres Day Sessions as usual. 5.30: Children’s Session —Uncle Tom. 6.0: Angelus. . 6.2: Children’s Session continued. 6.30: Dinner Session. 7.15: Turf Topics—Eric Gordon. 7.30: Music. ... 8.0: Evening Presentation, commencing witn "Beggar Student.” 8 10: Music. 10.0: Close down. OTTV SYDNEY, 1 280 Metres Day Sessions as usual. CHILDREN S SESSION 6.0: Dinner Entertainment. 7 30- Racing Revelations —Rufe Naylor. 7.45: Musical Interlude. 8.1: Prospect for Greyhound Coursing Races —A. W. Davies. 8.10: Orchestral Selection. 8 20: Humorous Interlude. 8.30: Musical and vocal items. 9.0: General Sporting Talks —Mr. Andy F.anagan. gan. 9.30: Studio Programme. 10.0: Closing Announcements. OP A COROWA, «* v r 535.7 Metres 7.30 a.m. to 8.15 a m.: See 3LO. 10.30 a.m. to 12 noon: See 3LO. 12 noon to 12.10 p.m.: News Service supplied by courtesy of the Border Morning Mail, Albury. 12.10 p.m. to 12.30 p.m. See 3LO. 1.0 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.: See 3AR, with Head of the River Race description from 3LO. 5.45 p.m. to 6.50 p.m.: See 3LO. 6.50 p.m. to 7.0 p.m: Local News Service, Including cluding market reports from Albury. 7.0 p.m. to 11.0 p.m.: See 3LO. QI A MELBOURNE. O-Liv* 375 Metres Day Sessions as usual. 2.55: Description of the Final of the Head of the River Races. THE RADIO MATINEE 3.10: THE RADIO PLAYERS— Suite of Four Selected Pieces .. .. Friml 3 18: ARCHIBALD McLEAN, Baritone— For You Alone Henry Geehl Duna Josephine Gill 3.24: AMY STRINGER— And Her Mandolin. 3.30: THE RADIO PLAYERS— Sunshine and Roses .. Gilbert Sentenced for Life Nicholls 3.38: CHANDRA PARKES. Entertainer. 3.44: PHYLLIS DICKINSON, Soprano, and ARCHIBALD CHIBALD McLEAN, Baritone — I Would That Love Mendelssohn Song of Florian .. .. ■ Godard 3.50: THE RADIO PLAYERS— Pale Moon Logan A Ball Scene Nicode 4.0: AMY STRINGER— And Her Mandolin. 4.6: PHYLLIS DICKINSON, Soprano- Pirate Dreams Huerrer Spring Tirindelli 4.12: MACDUFF WILLIAMS— And His Saxophone. 4 15: CHANDRA PARKES, Entertainer. 4.21: THE RADIO PLAYERS — Air de Ballet • • Borch Album Leaf Cesar *,C, ul The Water Bug Miles 4.30: Close down. 5.45: The Children’s Corner. EVENING SESSION 6 35- FOR THE MUSICAL STUDENT—lllustrations tions for the Forthcoming Musical Examinations—LlNDSAY nations—LlNDSAY BIGGINS. Mus. Bac. 7 1: COUNTRYMAN’S SESSION. 7 25- GARDENING NOTES—’’Planting Shrubs” —Mr. W. R. WARNER. Under the auspices of the Garden Week Committee. 7.40: News Service. 7.45: SPORTING—ERIC WELCH will speak on To-morrow’s Moonee Valley Race Meeting. NIGHT SESSION A SPECIAL PROGRAMME In Commemoration of the Birth of Sir Arthur Sullivan, Mav 13. 1842. 8.0: MR. J. HOWLETT ROSS will give a short talk on "Sir Arthur Sullivan —His Life and Music/​’ 8.10: A.B.C. CONCERT ORCHESTRA— Incidental Music to Henry VIII. 8.40: A BC. WIRELESS CHORUS— Anthem: O Gladsome Light. Hush Thee. Mv Baby. 8.25: JEAN HAMBLETON, Contralto— « Will He Come? 8.30: ORCHESTRA— Selection —The Gondoliers. 8.40: A BC. WIRFLESS CHORUS— The Long Day Closes. The Lost Chord. 8.40: TOM DOWNIE, Tenor— My Dearest Heart. 8.50: ORCHESTRA— Excerpts from The Pirates of Penzance. 9.0: TOPIC OF THE WEEK. A BAND CONCERT with THE SUNDOWNERS and CHANDRA PARKES. Entertainer. (Relaying to 2FC, 2NC, and 4QG.) (For programme see 2FC.I 10.15: CHANDRA PARKES. Entertainer- Selections from her repertoire. 10.18: BRUNSWICK CITY BAND—r Novelty Number —Three Blind Mice Douglas 10.30: Weather, etc. 10.33: Meditation Music. 11.30: Close down. .> 4 o MELBOURNE. Ox\lV 492 Metres Day Sessions as usual. MID-DAY SESSION. 12.15: COME WITH ME TO QUEENSLAND "In and Around Tropical Cairns Mr. F. Emmerson, Representative Queensland land Government Tour. AFTERNOON SESSION. ... The Artistic Reproduction of Absent Artists* ists* Symphony No. 2 in E Flat .. •• • • Blgar LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. EVELYN SCOTNEY. Soprano. WILHELM BACKHAUS, Piano. EVELYN SCOTNEY, Soprano. EDUCATIONAL SESSION. (Broadcast to Schools.) 3.0: HISTORY (British) "Captain James Cook, the Pioneer of the Pacific” MR. G. S. BROWNE. M.A. 3 45: THE INTERNATIONAL CLUB— Under the Auspices of. /​he Bureau of Social and International Affairs. Conducted by MISS NORA COLLISON. NOTE: In order that both Educational Session from 3AR and description of Head of River Race from 3LO be given, these times are subject to slight alteration. EVENING SESSION. 6.15: DINNER MUSIC. NIGHT SESSION. 8.0: CELEBRATED TRIALS, No. 11— "The Trial of Socrates” — MR. lAN MAXWELL. 8.20: TRANSMISSION FRQM BALLARAT— Community Singing, Transmitted from TO w N HALL, BALLARAT, Under the Baton of STAN. JONES. 10.15: NEWS SESSION. 10.30: Close Down. A HP BRISBANE, 395 Metres Day Sessions as usual. EARLY EVENING SESSION. (Relayed to 4RK from 6.15.) 60: Musical Interlude. 6.15: Bedtime Stories, told by "Uncles Ben and Bob” and "Professor Sherbert.” 6.45: Late market reports. 7.30: Sporting notes. NIGHT SESSION. (Relayed to 4RK.) 8.0: A POPULAR PROGRAMME from THE STUDIO, featuring BILLY SMITH AND HIS DANCE BAND, asisted by JEANETTE MCDONALD DONALD (Soprano), ERNEST HASTINGS* (Entertainer), KIT KEEN (Baritone) GEORGE GREEN (Xylophonist). 8.50: Week-end Road Bulletin, supplied by the R.A.C.Q. 9.0: Metropolitan Weather Forecast. 9.5: BILLY SMITH AND CO Dance Tunes. 9.15: A RELAY FROM 3LO, MELBOURNE Via 2FC, Sydney. (For programme see 2FC.) 10.15: Weather and News. 10.30: Half an hour’s dance music. 11.0: CLOSE. rpT ADELAIDE, 411 Metres Day Sessions as usual. 12.5: ACCEPTANCES FOR THE 3RD DAY OF THE S.A.J.C. CARNIVAL AT MORPHETTVILLE. VILLE. EVENING SESSION. 5.50: Birthday Greetings. 6.20: Market Reports. 6.30: DINNER MUSIO. 7.1: NEWS SERVICE. 7.5: "SILVIUS” gives a special late review of the S.A.J.C. Handicap and other races, to be decided at Morphettville and Moonee Valley. 7.30: FOOTBALL TALK, bv LEN FORD. 7.3.5- WHXT OF THE ROADS 9 —TOURISTS' SPECIAL GUIDE. (A Talk under the auspices of the Royal Automobile Association of S.A.). 7.50: Countryman’s Special Gazette. NIGHT SESSION. 8.0: Meanderings bv "RUFUS.” 8.20: CELEBRATION of THE BIRTHDAY of SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN. Reproductions from his most famous Operas. 9.0: Wheat. Market, and Weather Reports. 9.3 * CLASSICAL MUSIC bv MEMBERS OF THE ELDER CONSERVATORIUM STAFF, featuring TRIO. Op. 9 .. .. Rachmaninoff GEORGE PEARCE PIANIST SYLVIA WHITINGTON VIOLINIST and HAROLD PARSONS ’CELLIST GEORGE PEARCE. Pianistfa) fa) Andante in F Mozart (bi Scherzo In A Schubert (c) Minuet from Sonatina Ravel SONG RECITAL by PHYLLIS WEBB SOPRANO TRIO— Theme and Variations .. .. Rachmaninoff SONG RECITAL by PHvi.LIS WFRP, SOPRANO SYLVIA WHITINGTON, Violinistfa) fa) Adagio Expressive Pupnani (b) Gypsy Serenade dc Valdez rc) Dragonflies .. .. Z solt TRIO— Allegro MoHo Rachmaninoff 10.15- NEWS SESSION. 10.23: DANCE MUSIC. 11.0: Close Down. . fiWF PERTH ’ O ▼▼ X 1 435 Metres Day sessions as usual. 7.15: RUSBELL SANDEMAN—Racing Acceptances, ances, Racing Trotting Anticipations. NIGHT 8.0: OVERTURE— The Fire Bird Knowantchlna 8.4: Episode ll.—The Intriguing Story of the Gentleman Burglar. "RAFFLES.” Orchestral Interlude. 8.39: Studio Production of the War-time Comedy, "FRENCH LEAVE,” by the A. 8.0. Players, under the direction of Harry Graham. 10.0: Weather and Announcements. 11.0: Close. m HOBART, 517 Metres Day sessions as usual. EVENING SESSION 70: News. 7.15: Fruit Boat Information; MADAME HELEN GEORGE, Talk: "Music for the Young Ones.” 7.30: Sporting Interlude. 11.0: Close down.
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