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EVENING
6:00
WEAF - Hollenbeck, news
WOR - Schubert, news
WJZ - Kiernan, news
WABC - Calmer, news
WQXR - Music
WMCA - Help Wanted
6:15
WLIB -  Great Classics
WEAF - Serenade
WJZ - What are the Facts?
WOR - Man on Street
WABS - Pan Am. Music
WHN - Clem McCarthy
6:30
WOR - Vandeventer - news
WJZ - Wismer, sports
WQXR - Dinner music
6:40
WEAF - Stern, sports
6:45
WEAF - Lowell, Thomas
WOR - Lomax, sports
WABC - WOrld Today
WMCA - Tropical Tunes
WJZ - Armen, songs
6:55
WABC - Trout, news
7:00
WOR - Lewis, news
WEAF - Supper Club
WABC - Jack Kirkwood
WQXR - Lisa Sergio
WNYC - Masterworks
WJZ - Headline Edition
WHN - Coombs, news
7:30
WEAF - Bob Burns
WABC - Mr. Keen, play
WOR - Arthur Hale
WMCA - Walsh, news
7:45
WOR - Answer Man
8:00
WEAF - Maxwell House Coffee Time
WOR - Singiser, news
WJZ - Godwin, news
WABC - Suspense
WQXR - Symphony Hall
8:30
WEAF - Topper, play
WOR - "Poirot," play
WJZ - Town Meeting
WABC - Death Valley
WINS - Name Bands
8:55
WABC - Henry, news
9:00
WEAF - Bing Crosby
WOR - Heatter, news
WNYC - Concert Hall
WQXR - World News
WABC - Morton Gould Orchestra
9:15
WOR - Real Stories
9:30
WEAF - Joan Davis, Jack Haley
WOR - Treasure Hour
WJZ - Spotlight Band
WABC - Corliss Archer
WEVD - Author's Round Table
10:00
WEAF - Abbott & Costello
WABC - First Line
WOR - Arch Oboler's plays
WMCA - Psychology Class
WQXR - Record Album
10:30
WEAF - Rudy Vallee
WOR - Symphonette
WJZ - March of Time
WABC - Romance, Rhythm, Ripley
WQXR - Ethical Issues, Algernon D. Black
WMCA - Kingdom, news
11:00
WEAF, WOR - News
WHN - Newsreel
11:05
WJZ - Gailmor, news
11:15
WEAF - Harkness, news
WJZ - Ray Henle
11:30
WEAF - Music of New World
12:00
WABC, WJZ - News
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FRIDAY, June 8
HIGHLIGHTS
8:00 - Commentators' Round Table (WHN) Good discussion by news experts.
8:30 - Duffy's Tavern (WEAF) Final broadcast. Jinx Falkenburg, guest.
8:30 - Your FBI (WJZ) Thrillers based on Dept. of Justice files. Usually good.
10:00 - Jimmy Durante (WABC) With Gary Moore. A delightful show.

EVENING
6:00
WEAF - Hollenbeck, news
WOR - Schubert, news
WJZ - Kiernan, news
WABC - Howe, news
WMCA - Help Wanted
6:30
WQXR - Dinner Concert
WOR - Vandeventer, news
WJZ - Wismer, sports
WABC - Eileen Farrell
WMCA - Racing Results
6:40
WEAF - Stern, sports
6:45
WEAF - Thomas, news
WOR - Lomax, sports
WABC - World Today
WJZ - Armen, songs
6:55
WABC - Harsch, news
7:00
WOR - Lewis, news
WEAF - Supper Club
WABC - Jack Kirkwood
WMCA - News, Music
WQXR - Lisa Sergio
WJZ - Headline Edition
WNYC - Masterworks
7:15
WEAF - Vandercook, news
7:30
WQXR - Music Treasury
WEAF - Schaefer Revue
WJZ - Lone Ranger
WABC - Friday on Broadway
WMCA - Walsh, news
WOR - Mary Small
7:45
WEAF - Kaltenborn, news
WMCA - N.Y.'rs at War
WHN - Steel, news
8:00
WEAF - Highways in Melody
WOR - Cecil Brown
WABC - Aldrich Family
WQXR - Symphony Hall
WHN - Commentators' Round Table
8:15
WNYC - Art in N.Y.
8:30
WEAF - Duffy's Tavern
WOR - Freedom of Opportunity
WABC - Thin Man
WINS - Name Bands
WJZ - Your F.B.I.
8:55
WABC - Henry, news
9:00
WOR - Heatter, news
WEAF - Waltz Time
WJZ - Famous Jury Trials
WQXR - World news
WABC - It Pays to Be Ignorant
WNYC - Concert Hall
9:15
WQXR - Tom Scott, folk ballads
WOR - Real Stories
WMCA - Dance Records
9:30
WEAF - People Are Funny, quiz
WJZ - Spotlight Band
WOR - Double or Nothing, quiz
WABC - "Those Websters"
WMCA - Quiz Class
10:00
WOR - Boxing
WEAF - Dunninger
WABC - Durante-Moore
WJZ - Flight to Pacific
10:30
WEAF - Stern, sports
WJZ - Doctor's Talk
WMCA - Kingdon, news
WABC - Danny Kaye
11:00
WEAF, WOR - News
WHN - Newsreel
11:05
WJZ - Gailmor, news
11:15
WEAF - Harkness, news
WABC - Joan Brooks
WJZ - San Francisco Conference
11:30
WEAF - Great Novels
WABC - Glen Gray
12:00
WABC, WJZ - News
CUE, JUNE 2, 1945
[[/first column]]
[[second column]]
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