1945-01-27, English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Sunday, January 28 (27 January 1945) Australian Broadcasting Commission.

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  • 1195 words
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  • xna, ABC, 1945-01-27
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  • English

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Title
  • Sunday, January 28 (27 January 1945)
Appears In
  • ABC weekly, v.7, no.4, 1945-01-27
Author
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission.
Published
  • xna, ABC, 1945-01-27
Physical Description
  • 1195 words
  • article
  • Journals
  • Magazines
Part Of
  • ABC weekly
  • Vol. 7 No. 4 (27 January 1945)
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  • Sunday , January 28 2FC - nr - cy 610 k.c. 492 m. 700 k.c. 429 m. 850 k.c. 353 m. 2NA CR 820 k.c. 366 m. 550 k.c. 545 m. National Programme Regionals 2NR, 2CY, 2CR, and 2NA relay 2FC except at 9.30-9.45 a‘m. (2NR, Local), 10.30-11.30 p.m; 12BL). 6.45 NEWS 7.02 Orchestral. 7.30 SACRED MUSIC Ave Verum; Agnus Dei; I Call Upon Thee, Jesus; God So Loved the World; I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes; Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown? Now Thank We All Our God; Lead Us, Heavenly Father; Sevenfold Amen. 7.55 Music for Strings. 8.00 Sporting Resume. 8.15 Charm of the Waltz. 8.30 Popular Overtures. 8.45 NEWS 9.00 With the A.B.C. Field Units. 9.15 New Releases. 9.30 POST-WAR ECONOMY Summary of Political Science Institute Conference. ence. 9.50 For Those Who Like Music. 10.20 BOOK REVIEW By George Farwell. 10.30 Favourite Singers. 10.45 Music for Strings. 11.00 DIVINE SERVICE St. Stephen’s Presbyterian Church, Sydney. Preacher: Rev. Alan Tory. Organ: G. Vern Barnett. 12.15 EMPIRE REPORT Local News from Great Britain, Canada, and New Zealand. 12.30 Yehudi Menuhin (Violin). lin). 12.50 NEWS 100 WORLD AFFAIRS By Wickham Steed. 1.15 Luncheon Music. 2.00 AUSTRALIAN WRITERS SPEAK Interview with lon Idriess. 2.15 R.A.A.P. BAND With Murray Lewis (Bass- Baritone) . 245 YOUNG AUSTRALIA Timothy Warren (Piano). Fantasie Impromptu; Nocturne turne in F Minor (Chopin); The Little White Donkey (Ibert); Arabeske (Debussy übert); Arabeske (Debussy) bussy) . 3t)o ARTHUR BLISS Discusses Symphony No. 1 in G Minor (Moeran). 3.15 SUNDAY CONCERT T J HOUR London Philharmonic Orchestra: chestra: Le Roi l’a Dit (Delibes). Feodor Chaliapin pin (Bass): Song of the Volga Boatmen (Koenemann); mann); Song of the Flea Reginald “■ell (Clarinet) and Symphony phony Orchestra: Concertino tino for Clarinet and Orchestra, chestra, Op. 26 (Weber). Maggie Teyte (Soprano): Plaisir d’Amour (Martini); Si mes Vers Avaient des Ailes (Hahn). Queen’s Hall Orchestra: Spanish Dance No. 2 in E Minor (Granados). dos). 4.00 8.8. C. NEWS 4.15 Music of British Isles. 4.40 South American Melodies. dies. 5.00 8.8. C. Radio Newsreel. 5.30 DIARY OF THE AIR Preview of Week’s Programmes. grammes. 5.45 THE MAN BORN TO BE KING No. 3: A Certain Nobleman: The Wedding Feast and the changing of water into wine. (8.8. C.) 6.30 Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Children: Talk. 6.35 FORCES SING SONG With Reubert Hayes 7.00 NEWS 7.15 GUEST OF HONOUR 7.30 OPERA HOUR Rigoletto (Verdi) Sydney Orchestra and Wireless Chorus, conducted by W. G. James. Rigoletto: Arnold Matters. Gilda: Stella Power. Duke: Lionel Cecil. Monterone: Raymond Beatty. Sparafucile: Stanley Clarkson. son. Madelena: Heather Kinnaird. naird. Duchess: Joyce Atkins. Borsa: Ereach Riley. Ceprano: Don Maxwell. Page: Joyce Atkins. 9.00 8.8. C. and Aust. NEWS. 9.15 ODYSSEY OF RUNYON JONES A Comedy Fantasy by Norman man Corwin. Recorded in America with Michael Artist tist as Runyon Jones. 9.45 Salon String Septet 10.15 MAYNARD WILKINSON (Organ) Short Prelude and Fugue in D Minor (Bach); Evensong song (Easthope Martin); Fanfare (Lemmens). 10.30 Close. \ 2CH 1190 k.c. 252 metres 6.00: C.R.E. Session.* 6.15: Case for Protestantism. 6.30': Opera and Songs 7.00: NEWS. 7.10: Scots Church—Rev. Doctor Cumming Thom. 8.30: Golden Sanctuary. 8.45: Bible Man. 9.00: NEWS. 9.15: Song Contest. 9.27: Speaker. 9.30: Church in the Wildwood. 9.45: Epilogue, 10.00: Close. 2UE 950 k.c. 316 metres 6.15: Passing Parade. 6.45: Pacific Pageant 7.00: NEWS. 7.15: Radio Newsreel. 7-45: Melody Mail. 8.00: Women at War. 8.45: Music. 9.00: Political Talk. 9.15: Song Competitiion. 9.30: Music. 9.45: Destiny of the British Empire. 10.00: Pianist. 10.30: Music. 11.00: 8.8. C, NEWS. 11.15: Close. 2BL 2NC 740 k.c. 405 m. 1230 k.c. 244 m. /​V.S.H 7 . Programme Regional 2NC relays 2BL throughout out the day. 9.00 Orchestral. 9.20 Kitchen Front: Good Flavours Prevent Monotony. 9.30 DEVOTIONAL SERVICE From St. Agatha’s Roman Catholic Church, Brisbane. Preacher: Monsignor English. lish. Organist: Mrs. E. Barr. 10.15 Band Music. 10.30 Hawaiian Melodies. 10.45 Reginald Dixon (Organ). 11.00 N.B.C. SYMPHONY N.B.C. Symphony Orchestra, tra, conducted by Dr. Frank Black, with Mischa Mischakoff koff (Violin): Violin Concerto certo in D Major (Tchaikovsky) sky) ; 1812 Overture (Tchaikovsky). kovsky). 12.05 Light Music. 12.15 Fred Hartley’s Octet. 12.30 Luncheon Music. 1.35 War Effort Talk. 1.45 Song Folio. 2.15 Light Classics for Piano. 2.30 Records Seldom Heard. 2.45 Talk. 3.00 Music from the Films. 3.30 SPIRIT OF MAN The Right Approach to the Aborigine, by Dr. A. Capell. 4.00 MUSIC LOVERS’ HOUR With Dr. A. E. Floyd. Yehudi Menuhin (Violin) and Orchestre Symphonique que de Paris, conducted by Enesco: Poeme, Op. 25 (Chausson). Willem Mengelberg gelberg and Concertgebouw Orchestra: Fifth Symphony —A dagietto (Mahler). Charles Kullman (Tenor): I Breathed a Breath of Blossoms Red (Mahler). Joseph ’ Szigeti (Voilin) and London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Beecham: Concerto in D Major, Op. 19 (Prokofieff). 5.00 Songs in Chorus. 5.20 FILM STARS’ CHOICE Bill Beatty Feature. 5.45 TO TOWN ON TWO PIANOS Arthur Young and Reginald Foresythe. 6.00 8.8. C. NEWS, Music. 6.15 This Week of War. 6.30 ALICE IN ORCHESTRALIA John Bedouin: Bass Viol. Ben Lewin: Ist Violin. Jerold Wells: ’Cello. Jum Pendleton: Viola. Ross Buchanan: Oboe. Edwin Finn: Piccolo. Helmut Hendon: English Horn. Alan Herbert: Saxophone. Ward Leopold: French Horn. George Willoughby: Trumpet. pet. John Byrne: Bassoon. Production: Frank Harvey. 7.00 NEWS, Music. 7.15 DIVINE SERVICE St. John’s Church of England. land. Parramatta. Preacher: Rt. Rev. W. G. Bishop Hilliard. liard. Organ: Mildred Shayler. 8.15 NEW NOTE OCTET Waltz (Cuvillier); Second Serenade (Heykens); Gossamer samer (Bowsher); Musette (Peter); Down in the Forest (Landon Ronald); Butterfly and the Rose (Collins) lins) ; Dainty Lady (Wright); Manhattan Serenade (Alter). 8.45 BOOKS FROM THE TOP SHELF Marryatt’s Mr. Midshipman Easy. 9.00 Mary Ludlow (Piano). 9.15 CONCERTO CARAVAN Arranged by J. Hunter Blair. A Story of Great Music: What is a Concerto? 10.00 INDIA’S TANGLED SKEIN How It All Began, by Professor fessor G. V. Portus. 10.15 STARLIGHT 8.8. C. Feature. 10.30 Nelson Eddy. 10.45 Music for Repose. 11.00 8.8. C. and Aust. NEWS. 11.18 Music. 11.30 Close. 2GB 870 k.c. 345 metres 6.00: War Diary. 6.15: Chasing Troubles Away. 6.30: Theosophical phical Society. 6.45: This is the Law. 7.00: NEWS. 7.12: Man I Might Have Married. 7.25: Australia Sings. 8.00: Play: Waterloo Bridge. 9.00: Musipal Comedy 9.15: Australia Speaks 9.30: Famous Tenors. 10.00: NEWS. 10.02: In My Humble Opinion. 10.32: Evensong. song. 11.00: 8.8. C. NEWS. 11.15: Close. 2UW 1110 k.c. 270 metres 6.08: Songs of Yesterday. 6.13: Tunes. 6.28: Book of Time. 7.00: NEWS. 7.15: Wake Up, 7.30^ S Mar(fh of Time. 7.55: Artist of Fame. 8.00: Play: Amazing Mr. Williams. 9.00: Stars of Song. 9.15: Song Competition. 9.30: Music. 10.00: Watchman. 10.15: Man and His Music. 10.30: We Believe. 8.8. C. NEWS at 11.00. 12.00, 1.00 a.m.. 3.00, 5.00. 2SM 1270 k.c. 236 metres 6.05 p.m.: Father Meany. 6.30: Music. 6.30: Father Meany. 8.00: Apologetics: Fr. Thompson, son, C.M. 8.30: Swap Shop. 9.00: NEWS. 9.15: Song Competition petition 9.30: Cuckoo Court. 10.00: Suppertime Parade. 10.30: Music. 11.00: Close. 2KY 1020 k.c. 294 metres 6.00 p.m.: Movie Music. 6.30: Rhythm. 6.45: Magic Penny. 7.00: NEWS. 7.10: Bill Perryman. man. 7.30: Piano-Accordeon. 8.00: Pops. 8.15: Favourites. 8.30: Jazz Club. 8.45: Sweet and Low. 9.00: Australian Music. 9.05: Health Talk. 9.15: Australian tralian Music. 9.30: Hollywood Highlights. 10.30: Potpourri. 11.00: Close.
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