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:00 Brenaman's Breaktast Matinee Today George Piliai INews. Symphony Hf. This It Washington iKito Smith
11:15 In Hollywood Musical Shew Horton Downoy iSymphony How Crosby Time Amt Jenny
11:30 lath Crane: "The Honey Osgood Ban Behind the Bond Iberfs Pimp Tones Helen Trent
:45 Modern Woman - Human Interest Mosical Comedy Ouii 1 ‘ EsciTos" " " Ow Sal Sunday
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:TO News, tvans (News; Improvisations Cliff Allen, News
10:15 South Americin Way look to This Day The Spite et Lift
16:30 Glamour Manor ICarolyn Gilbert Here's Kepeland
:45 Eddie Dunn iRobert McCormick John J. Anthony
:00 [Baukhage Talking Guiding Light Cedric Festor, News
1:15 Powers Charm School Today's Children Inquiring Microphone
:30 At Your Request Woman In White Queen ter a Day
=45 I " "Masquerade1 " "j
:00 Music Box Life Can Be Beautiful True Cenfassiens
2:15 Jim Gibbons Ma Perkins " "
:30 Bride and Groom Young's Family Myrt and Marge
_=45 John Nelson Right te Happiness Easy Aces_
tDO AfPearte Backstage Wife' Erskine Jehasen
3=15 and His Gang Stella Dallas So tha Story Gees
:30 Accent on Music Lorenzo Jones Easy Dees It
=45 Ladles, Be Seated Young Widow Brown *'
:00 Jack Berth Show When a Girl Marries Easy Dees It
4:15 Accent on Music Portia Facts Ufa Music
:30 News, Evans Just Plain Bill Sperts
=45 Styled for Ballads Front Page Farrell " "
:00 Terry and Jhe Pirates News—Leif Eld The See Hound
5:15 Dick Tracy Musicade Superman
:30 Jack Armstrong Music; D. Bergman Capt. Midnight
:45 Tennessee Jed Lewell Thomas Tern Mix
;00. Evans—Edwards Supper Club Albert Warner, News
6; 15 Stardust—Sports News of the World Congress Today
=30 Earl Godwin Geno Archer Johnson Family
=45 Singing SamRadio Reporlar Inside at Sperts
:00 Louise Massey Olmstead Playhouse Fulton Lowis
7:15 Raymond Swing Dramas Furs on Parade
:30 Professor Quiz Meredith Willson Vic and Sade
:45 Quiz ShowMusical Show Comedy Sorias
=00 iLum V Abner Edward Everett Horton News, Gabriel Heatter
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:30 1 Take It From There Jack Haley Show By Popular Demand
=45 i " "Eve ArdenHarry Babbitt
:00 Harry kogen Or. iVaughn Monroe Evening Serenade
9:15 " " I Musical Show ” *
=30 Town Meeting iTravelin’ Man Answer to Bilbo
:45 of the AirI DramaBlue Barron Or.
=00 " " News; Tyner Time Richard Eaton
*141:15 ” " Night Time Serenade Bill Brundige
1V:30 Voices in the Evening Concert of Nations Vaughn Monroe Or.
:45 " "I Musical Pgm. " ''
:00 News, Evans News; Yesterday Read Veka of Washington
■J "t :15 Hour of Dreams Rkhard Harkness Fulton Lewis
11:30 Lee Dayton Design for Listening Sweet Musk
:45 Ray Michael" Nows " News
11:00 [News—Nocturne [Eddie Fitzpatrick [Dance Musicj
News Tetle Tert Neon News
Midday Startim* " Ma firkins
Les Irowi Or. Haws; Remember Yeung Or. Malen#
Tke latia leech folk* News; HH Read et Lite
News—leegeets AH-Sperts farad* Second Mrs. Barton
Musical Bougueis Tony Wafcemaa ferry Mason
All-Sports farad* Arthur Godfrey
Your OPATony Wakoman Big Sister
News—Rhythm AH-Sperts farad* Aunt Mary
Spotlight on Rhythm Teny Wakemaa Or. Paul
" " All-Sports farad* Janice Grey
Treasury Salute Teny Wakeaaan Arthur Godfrey
News: Tea for Two All-Sports farad* House Party
Toe for Two Tony Wakemaa Heuso Party; Nows
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Ireodway Bandwagon Tony Wakeman
Musk Hall All-Sports Parade Top Tune Inn
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Sports—Theater City Desk—News
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Nows Melody Lan* Nows—Diary
Bob Wolf! " " Speaking of Sports
Dinner Concert Wakoman Sports Mr. Keen, Tracer
" Supper Club of Lost Persons
Nows; Plano Music Music of Manhattan Suspense:
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Show Tim* News, Mark Austad FBI in Peace and War
’’ "Sports; Govt. News FBI; News
Nows—Walties Win the Poac* Dick Haymes
Watties Dugout Chatter j Musical Show
Opera Senators vs. iCrime Photographer
"Barber of Seville" White Sox1 Drama
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Sympheny Hour " " Jay C. Flippen
Bach’s " ” Give and Take
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Folksings ” ” Jack Smith Show
Sweet Musk News,- Around Town Th* Factfinder
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WTOP, 7:00—Hum* Cronyn in "Blue Eyes,"
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WRC, 9.00—Visiting entertainers are Jazz
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6:15 Today's Prelude Bill Herson Easy 6wynn
:30 Classical Music Weather,- Herson "
:45 " "Bill Herson" ”
:00 Hews—Clock Nows, Wright Musical Clock
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:30 Jim Gibbons News—Herson " "
:45 John EdwardsBill Herson" "
:00 Town Clock World Roundup Voice of Washington
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:30 News-Clock " " At Union Station
:45 Town Clock__Cliff Edwards
:00 Breakfast Club Lone Journey Song Shop
9:15 With Don McNeill Lora Lawton Anniversary Waltz
:30 Nancy Martin Road of Life Singing Strings
=45 " "Joyce JordanJackie Hill Show
:00 My True Story Fred Waring Cecil Brown, News
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:30 Hymns of All Churches, Barry Cameron Lorenzo Fuller Sings
:45 Listening Post iDavid HarumVictor H. Llndlahr
:00 Breneman's Breakfast Matinee Today Georgo Putnam
U:15 in Hollywood Musical Show Morton Downey
:30 Ruth Crane; "The Nancy Osgood Rhythmic Frolics
:45 Modern Woman" Human Interest Musical Comedy Quiz
-P.M,
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Wike Up jNews—Hunnicutt Sundial
Mike Hunnicutt Arthur Godfrey
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News—Musk The Tune Shop News, Mahoney
Music in the Air " " Home Service Daily
1 Alice Lane [Evelyn Winters
Pat Griffithi " "1 Bachelor's Children
News—Music Hall Open House [Joe Powers of
Music Hell " " i Oakville
[Time to Remember
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News—Symphony Tufty Topics Kate Smith Speaks
far Juniors Crosby Time Aunt Jenny
D’lnd/s "Istar Pin-Up Tunes Helen Trent
"Variations'' " " Our Gal Sunday
:uo Nows, wins Nows; improvisations Cliff Alton, Nows
10:15 Tod Malono Look to This Day Tho Spice in life
Xm:30 Glamour Manor Red Feather Man
:45 Eddie Dunn Robert McCormick John J. Anthony
:00 Baukhage Talking The Guiding Light Cedric Foster, Nows
1:15 Powers Charm School Today's Children Finders Keepers
:30 At Your Request Woman in White Queen for a Day
:45 " "Masquerade " "
:00 The Music Box Life Can Bo Beautiful True Confessions
2:15 Jim Gibbons Ma Perkins " "
:30 Bride and Groom Young's Family Myrt and Margo
:45 John Nelson Right to Happiness Easy Ates
:00 Al Paarce Backstage Wife Erskine Johnson
3:15 and His Gang Stella Dallas So the Story 6ees
:30 Accent on Music Lorenzo Jones Easy Dees It
:45 Ladies, Be Seated Young Widow Brown " "_
:00 ‘ Jack Borch Show ,When a Girl Marries Easy Does II j
4:15 Accent on Music Portia Faces Life Musk
:30 News, Evans iJust Plain Bill Sports
:45 Our Singing Land Front Pago Farrell "
News iTelle-Test M< Parkins
Midday Stirtime ( " " Yeung Dr. Milone
Luncheon With [News; Remember Neon News
Tommy Dorsey Pel Ice News; Hit Reid ot Life
News; Binge its All-Sperts Pinde Second Mrs. Burton
Mesial Beegeets Tony Wikemin Perry Muon
All-Sports Pinde Arthur Godfrey
" "Tony Wifcmnn Big Sister
News—Rhythm All-Sperts Pinde ! Aunt Miry
Spotlight on Rhythm Tony Wikemin Dr. Piul
All-Sperts Pinde 'Jinice Grey
“Tony Wikemin Arthur Godfrey
News,- "Tee ter Two” | All-Sports Pinde House Pirtv
"Te» ter Two" Tony Wikemin House Party,- News
All-Sperts Pinde Give ind Take
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Breidwiy Bindwigen Tony Wikemin
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11:15 a.m.—Sammy Kaye Orchestra.
11:45 a.m.—News.
12:00 noon—Maritime News; Melodies.
12:15 p.m.—Luncheon Melodies.
1:00 p.m.—Ballads by Bint.
1:16 p.m.—Musical Bulletin.
1:80 p.m.—Velvet Strings.
2:00 p.m.—Little Show.
2:15 p.m.—Slim and the Drifters.
2:40 p.m.—Classic Interlude.
3:00 p.m.—Summertime Revue.
4:00 p.m.—Three Suns.
4:15 p.m.—Vocal Spotlight.
4:80 p.m.—Prom Famous Albums.
6:00 p.m.—Take It Easy.
fl:00 p.m.—Sports.
0:15 p.m.—Rhythmic Miniatures.
B:80 p.m.—Dream House.
7:00 p.m.—sign OIT.
Tomorrow’s Program.
6.00 a.m.—Songs at Sunrise.
6:30 a.m.—Facts for Farmers.
7:00 a.m.—News; Turn Table Terry.
7:15 a.m.—Breakfast Time Table.
7:80 a.m.—News; Turn Table Terry.
7:45 a.m.—Breakfast Time Table.
8:00 a.m.—News; Turn Table Terry.
8:15 a.m.—Breakfast Time Table.
8:30 a.m.—News; Turn Table Terry.
8:43 a.m.—Breakfast Time Table.
0:00 a.m.—Turn Table Terry.
0:15 a.m.—Breakfast Time Table.
0:30 a.m.—Morning Devotion.
0:45 a.m.—Singing Rhythms.
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12:26 p.m.—Stock Market Quotations.
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12:66 p.m.—Weather Forecast.
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1:16 p.m.—Three-Quarter Time.
1:30 p.m.—Matinee Capitale.
4:00 p.m.—Fun: South Sea Serenade.
4:15 pjn.—Keyboard .Fantasy.
4:30 p.m.—Footllght Frolics.
5:00 p.m.-—Sign Off.
7:00 p.m.—Candlelight and Silver.
7:30 p.m.—Veterans at Home.
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8:05 p.m.—Dance Music.
8:30 p.m.—The Opera House.
9:00 p.m.—Easy Listening.
10:00 p.m.—News.
10:06 p.m.—Symphony Hour.
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