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RADIO
WBXX 1380 WOR 710 
WMCA 570 WQXR 1560
WNEW 1130 WLIB 1190
WNYC 830 WEVD 1330
WJZ 770 WHOM 1480
WABC 880 WEAF 660
WPAT 930 WHN 1050
WOV 1280 WINS 1010

News on the hour, WMCA; on the half WNEW. All night programs, WJZ, WJZ, WOR, WNEW.

SATURDAY, June 2 
HIGHLIGHTS

12:15-Radie Harris (WJZ) Interviews Roddy MacDowall at Cotillion Room.
1:30-Report to the Nation (WABC) New Interviews and sketches. Excellent.
2:00-Of Men and Book. (WABC) John Mason Brown reviews new books by Arthur Koestler & Charles Morgan.
3:30-Benny Goodman (WJZ) "The King of Swing" in a lively jam session.
4:00-Saturday Symphony-(WJZ) Nicola Berezowsky cond. Bach's 4th Concerto; Mozart Symphony No 35; Premiere Douglas Moore's "In Memoriam."
4:30-Assignment Home (WABC) Absorbing drama concerning rehabilitation of G. I's. Today, Miracles of brain surgery.
5:00-Duke Ellington & Orchestra (WJZ).
6:00-People's Platform (WABC) Stimulating discussion of crucial issues.
8:00-Mayor of Town (WABC) Lionel Barrymore in a rather hokey small town serial with entertaining moments.
10:00-Andy Russell Show (WJZ) Pleasant program of popular music.

AFTERNOON

12:00
WEAF-Goddard, news
WOR-Hello Mom
WJZ-Herman & Banta
WABC-Today's Thea.
WQXR-Concert
12:15
WJZ-Radie Harris B'dway news
WEAF-Consumer Time
12:30
WEAF-Atlantic Spotlight
WJZ-News, Farm Hour
WABC-Stars Over Hollywood
WOR-Gladstone, news
12:45
WOR-Answer Man
1:00
WEAF-Veterans' Aide
WQXR-Symphony
WABC-Grand Central
WJZ-Fun Canteen
WOR-Bundy's Album
1:15
WMCA-Health Talk
WOR-Lopez Orch
1:30
WEAF-Baxters, play
WMCA-Recordings
WABC-Report to Nation
WJZ-Fighting AAF
WOR-Human Adv.
1:45
WEAF-London news
WMCA-This Is Our Town
2:00
WABC-Of Men and Books
WLIB-American Composers
WEAF-Musicana
WNYC-Symphony Mat.
WOR-Wings for Tomorrow
WJZ-News
2:15
WAABC-Science Adv.
WJZ-Song in Air
2:30
WOR-Egan, news
WQXR-"Music of Our Time"
WABC-Carolina Hayride
WMCA-"Three Suns"
WEAF-Sky-High
WJZ-Baseball Quiz
WINS-Yankees-Cleveland Indians
2:45
WOR-Stanley Maxted speaks
3:00
WOR-This Is Halloran
WABC-Land Is Bright
WJZ-Sat. Swing
3:30
WOR-"Where Are They Now"
WNYC-Ask The Composer
WABC-Talks
WJZ-"The Fitzgeralds"
WHN-Dodgers-Cincinnati
3:45
WABC-Builders of Victory
4:00
WQXR-Symphonic Matinee
WABC-Report from Washington
WEAF-Drs. Look Ahead
WOR-Egan, news
WJZ-Symphony
4:15
WOR-Jay Johnson
WABC-Overseas report
4:30
WABC-Assignment Home
WOR-Music
WEAF-Music
4:45
WEAF-Your Radio Rptr
5:00
WOR-Uncle Don
WABC-We Deliver the GOods
WEAF-Grand Hotel
WNEW-Great Plays
WNYC-Music for Young People
WJZ-Duke Ellington
5:15
WNEW-Stone, Movies
WOR-Here's to Music
5:30
WABC-Viva America
WNYC-Victory Concert
WEAF-Vandercook, news
5:45
WOR-Shirley Eder
WEAF-Tin Pan Alley
WJZ-Jean Tighe

EVENING

6:00
WEAF-Hollenbeck, news
WQXR-News, music 
WJZ-News
WMCA-News
WHN-Beyond Victory
WLIB-Great Classics
WOR-Newsreel
WABC-Marble, news

6:15
WEAF-Friendship Ranch
WOR-Strictly Personal
WJZ-Wismer, sports
WABC-People's Platform
WHN-Clem McCarthy
6:30
WOR-Vandeventer, news
WQXR-Tomlinson, news
6:45
WEAF-Religion news
WOR-Lomax, sports
WABC-World TOday
WJZ-Labor, U.S.A.
6:55
WABC-Trout, news
7:00
WNYC-Masterworks
WOR-Guess Who, quiz
WMCA-Music Quiz
WJZ-Correspondents
WEAF-Our Foreign Policy
WABC-Xavier Cugat
7:15
WJZ-Leland Stowe
7:30
WJZ-Meet Your Navy
WABC-America in Air
WOR-Hale, news
WEAF-Robert Q. Lewis Comedy Show
7:45
WOR-Answer Man
WMCA-Songs of Israel
8:00
WNYC-BBC Newsreel
WEAF-Teel Variety Hall
WOR-Singiser, news
WJZ-Early American Music
WABC-Mayor of Town
WQXR-Symphony Hall
8:15
WOR-Sachar, news
8:30
WOR-Symphony of the Americas
WEAF-Truth or Consequences
WJZ-Boston "Pops" Orchestra
WABC-The FBI
8:55
WABC-Calmer, nes
9:00
WEAF-Barn Dance
WABC-Hit Parade
WQXR-Europe This Week
WNYC-Concert Hall
WOR-Goldkette Orch
9:15
WQXR-Request Music
9:30
WOR-"Calling All Detectives"
WEAF-Can You Top This
WJZ-Spotlight Band
WNEW-Dance Music to Midnight
9:45
WABC-Saturday Serenade
10:00
WJZ-Andy Russell
WHN-South Am. Sway
WOR-Chicago Thea.
WQXR-Record Album
WEAF-Judy Canova
10:15
WABC-Al Pearce
10:30
WEAF-Grand Ole Opry
WMCA-Kingdon, news
WNEW-Internat'l Quiz
10:45
WABC-Talks
11:00
WABC, WOR-News
WEAF-Van, news
11:15
WABC-Sammy Kaye
WJZ-Vera Massey
WEAF, WOR-News
11:30
WEAF-I Sustain Wings
WJZ-Roseland Orch.
WABC-Hawkins Orch.
WMCA-Dance Records
WOR-Benny Goodman
12:00
WEAF, WJZ-News

SUNDAY, June 3
HIGHLIGHTS

1:30-Chicago Round Table (WEAF) Stimulating debate by the experts.
1:30-Mayor La Guardia (WNYC) Highly entertaining, informative review of week.
2:00-Ford Show (WEAF) Robert Russell Bennett as conductor and Lawrence Brooks as soloist. Delightful program.
3:00-Philharmonic (WABC) Ormandy cond. Rudolf Serkin, pianist. Handel Concerto; Haydn, Symphony No 88; Beethoven, First Piano Concerto.
3:03-New World A Comin' (WMCA) Various aspects of Negro life, seriously and dramatically presented.
3:30-Army Hour (WEAF) News and pickups from all fronts. Best war program.
4:30-Nelson Eddy (WABC) An entertaining program of songs & variety.
4:30-RCA Victor Show (WEAF) Tommy Dorsey emcees with Jay Blackton's orch.
5:00-Parade of Features (WHOM) Weekly review of the entertainment world.
5:00-NBC Symphony (WEAF) Black cond. Joseph Fuchs violin-soloist. Lopatnikoff, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra; Liszt, Les Preludes.
5:30-Wake Up America (WMCA) "What Is Future of New Deal?" Hot, timely.
6:00-Philco Show (WJZ) Paul Whiteman's orch. Georgie Gibbs, vocalist.
7:00-Opinion Requested (WOR) Another link between civilians and returning servicemen. Pertinent & important.
7:00-Kate Smith Show (WABC) Excellent variety. Last broadcast of season.
7:30-Quiz Kids (WJZ) Precocious youngsters will floor you with their know-all.
9:00-Walter Winchell (WJZ) Forecasts, gossip at machine gun tempo.
10:00-Earl Wilson (WOR) Broadway columnist interviews celebrities. Fair.
11:30-Pacific Story (WEAF) Exciting series of radio plays on war in East.

AFTERNOON

12:00
WEAF-Eternal Light
WOR-THe Show Shop
WJZ-News
WMCA-News, music
12:15
WMCA-News, music
WNYC-Concert
13:30
WOR-Soldiers of Press
WABC-Transatlantic Call
WJZ-Arlo Trio
WEAF-NBC Orch.
WQXR-Recordings
12:45
WOR-Elliott, news
WMCA-Inquiring Parent
WJZ-Three pianos

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