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Radio Program
Last-minute changes in
radio programs some
times reach The star too late for correction that day.
P.M. WMAL 630k. WRC 9t0k. WOL 1,260k. WINX 1440k. WWDC 1,450k. WTOP 1,500k.
.00 Taaaay Bartiatt Show Backstay* WHa Erskiaa Jakasaa Haas BaaHaayaa AH-Sparts Pan* Haasa Parly
4:15 Malta Dallas Jarry Saars Or. BraaHway lanknyu Taay Wakaawa Haasa Parly; Haas
:30 Maas, Eva* loraan Jaaas Taa-Taa Bakar Mask Halt AH Spark Para* MaaaWal Matiaaa
:45 Actant an Mask Yauny Widow Braaa APvaatora Para* ” "_ faay Wakaawa Crasby Classics
:00 Tarry ind Pirate Wka* a Girl Marrie Hap Karrigaa Haws—Mask Hall had af Hm Day Sckaal af tka Air
5:15 Sky King Partia Face Ufa Supanaaa Mask Hall httla af tka Craaaan "Marck af Sciaaca"
;30 Jack Armitraap Jet Plain Bill Captain Midaigkt " " Sparts—Tkaatar Fraatian af Sciaaca
:45 Teanassea Jad Fraat Papa Farralt Tan Mix ” " af tka Air Tka Factfiadar
.00 Evans-Agrensky Mm—toil Eld Warner, Iroft, Mm Mm Roondup Melody Lane News, Eric Seeareid
6:15 Star Dust; Sports Portraits ie Music Sports, Bruadifs Bob Wolff " " Bordeft; City; Govt.
:30 Earl Godwin Sunset; Bergman Johnson Family Dinner Concert Wakomaa, Sports Eddie Gallaker
•45. Singing Sam Peter Grant Art Brown_" ”_'Supper Club Robert Trout
:00 Louis# Massey Supper C»b Fulton Lewis News; Red Feather Romantic Rendezvous Mystery of the Week
7=15 Elmer Davis News ot the World Man Mind the Band Hildegarde Hal Derwin Simps Jack Smith Shew
* 30 Lone Ranger- Man at a Grand Furs on Parade Across the Footlights Mark Austad. News Ellery Queen
Western Tales H. V. Kaltenborn Inside ot Sports ”_Berger—Vindertook Detective Tales
:00 Lum n Abntr A Diy in tha Lift Crimt Chib Ntws—Cirn in I Vtlnnn Si Into ML Cirsan
8:15 Aj Ibn Wbttls Turn of Donnis Day Dramas Ctrntonl tf Mask Club Ctltndar Camtdy Show
:30 JompIi Bierno Croat Gildtnlttvt Gaorgt Manny " ” Ntws-1450 Club Dr. CbriHitn
;45 Voitti in tht Evtning Comtdy Shaw Install Ball »t C. 0. " " - 1450 Club Dr. Cbristlin—Ntws
:00 Paul Whiteman Duffy's Tavern News, Gabriel Heatter News; Symphony 1450 Club Sengs by Sinatra
{V'5 Assembly Ed Gardner Real life Stories Sympheoy Hour Jaduon Lowe Jane Powell
•430 Beulah Mr. District Attorney What's the Name Berlioi's "Harold News—1450 Club Dinah Share With
:45 Comedy Show Drama of that Song? in Italy" 1450 Club Peter Lind Hayes
:00 Bing Crosby The Big Story Did Justite Triumph! News Preview Around the Tewn The Whisttor
t rt '5 SkHeh Henderson Prime " Lawrence Weft Or. Songs of Friendship Dreme
Av:30 Henry Morgen College of Music Quiz of Two Cities Sweet Musk News; Juke Bex Information, Please
:45 Comedy Show and Knowledge 0. C. vs. Balte. lor Dreaming Juke Bex Bern Clifton Fadiman
:00 News, Evens News—Musk Voice of Washington Nows—Sports 1450 CM Colllnpwood. Vickors
U:15 Hour of Drums Richer* Horkness Fulton Lewis Donee Serenade “ " Arch McDonald
:30 Lu Deyfon Louis Prime Or. Sweet Music " ~ News—1450 Club Moondiel
_:45 Rey Michael_ ” " "..News " ” 1450 Club Eddie Gallaher
!2:00 News—Nocturne News-Music i National Moondiel News; Master Works Soper Session News—Moondiel
ON THE All TONIGHT.
WTOP, 7:15—Connie Boswell sings.
WRC, 8:00—Dennis Day's flair for mimicry
trips him into impersonating in old sei dog.
WIC, 8:30—The Widow Rinsomo, played by
Shirley Mitchell, returns te the Gildersleere
show.
WMAl, 8:30—The heed ef the National Fed
eration of Telephone Workers discusses the tele
phone strike.
WTOP, 9:30—Vecalist Art Lund and banjo
playing Frankie Saputa antarfain.
WMAL, 10:00—6unst Jimmy Duranla offers
"I'm Ota Guy That Sang lha Lost Chard.”
WTOP, 10:30—frad Allan and Oxar levant
join tha regulars.
WK, 10:30—fat O'Brien visits.
A.M. —----TOMORROW'S PROGRAM
:00 News—Prelude News; Bill Hersee Mews-Arl Brown Nows-Weko Up Mike Hunnicott News-Corn
6:15 Todey's Prelude Bill Hersen Art Brown Woke Up " ” Corn Squeezin' Time
:30 Clnsstcel Music ~ ” News-Art Brown Hugh Guidi News-Music News-Corn
_:45_ __** _Art Brown " " Crowley; Devotions Corn Squeezin’ Time
:00 Howl—Clock Nows, Wripht Nows—Art Brawn Nows Miko Hunnlcutt Nows, Mnhonoy; Coen
7,5 T#*b Nil Horson Brown; low Pnrkor Wnko Up " Corn Spuoozln' Tlmo
* jc i\ ±l!boni **BWI: NH Horson Roody; Art Brown Hupk Guidl Nows—Hunnientt Sunshino Roportor
_:45_ PwM Mils Bill Horson Art Brawn " " Miko Hunnicutt Arthur Godfroy
8.C C'?5!c Wor,d Rmb<«P Voiio of Woshlngton Nows-Wtko Up ” " World Mows
;I5 Jim Gibbons Bill Horson Art Brown Wiko Up Nows—Hunnkutt Sundial
=30 Nows-Clotk Nows.- Bill Horsoa Nows-Art. frown Hugh Gold! Miko Honnicutt Arthur Godfrey
_Town Clock_Bill Horson Art Brown ” “ - •• - »
9.? Br"k',st Clu* Pr“OT,">« tews; Symphony " " Nows. Mohonoy
;15 With Don McNolll Enric Modriguen “ ” Symphony Hour Alien Lino Arthur Godfrey
„ „ Hows-Osgood Shady Volley Folks Tstholkowsky’s " " " ** *
_ii5____*««V Osgood " Nows "PionoCon. No. riOoen House Homo Service Dolly
4A: W1^ t Kiti«! Diughftr Hurt's Disirt Kiws-Musk Hill Lts Sinds JiniciGrty
. u. i- ;L C,Kk*r On« Upon Our Tim " " Music Hill " " Hiritigi
i.U;30 Bitty Crackir Rud if Lift Tfci Spin hi Lifi " Turn In* Evilyn Wintin
-[4_5_ Llstumg Pest Jiyti Jordin Herts Kspilmd " " Norman Glidmy David Hiru»
U:00 Br«n«min j Breikfisl Fred Wiring Cecil Brown Mows—Music Tun* Inn Mows, Vorn Hinson |
'*}W,»*** ind Company Toll Your N*i|hbor In tho Air Normin Glidnoy Your* tho Top
:30 Ruth Cnno: The Jock Berth Show Eisy Acts " " - Grind Slim
!<5 Modern Womin" Lon Liwton Victor Lindlihr * - - - Rosomirr
P.M. j
:0° tNV'^T,Ev,,U H«ws-Brinkl»y T«blt,u by Brito Mows Roundup Tollo Tost Koto Smith Spooks
10=15 Jm Milono Look to This Doy Chocfcorb’d JomborM Middoy Stirtime Mm on tho Street Aunt Jenny
16:30 kinny Biker Show Tin Pin Billot Riy Honlo Horbii Fields' Or. Nows—Musk Helen Trent
=45 Mush, Comedy Nimy Osgood At Union Stilion The Litin Touch Binq Crosby Our Gal Sunday
■00 Biuniin* II kmg To Music Cedric Foster News-Serenade All-Sports Parade Big Sistor
1:15 Hollywood Story Smilo Time Swing Serenido Tony Wakeman M« Perkins
:30 Accent on Music Art Vm Damme Musical Comedy Quii Melodic Moments All-Sports Parade Young Dr. Malone
_ Robert McCormick Clift Edwards " ” Tony Wakeman Road of life
:00 Wilter Kjernin lodiy s Children Queen for i Oiy Hews—Symphony All-Sports Parado Second Mrs. Barton ,
n:l5 Ethel and! Albert Women in White - " Symphony Mitineo Tony Wtkemin Perry Mison
^i:30 Bride md Grooip Misqueride Hirlem Hespitillty Mozart's All-Sports Pirido Lone Journey
_ii5 John Ntlsen Light of the World Club 'Symphony No. 39' Tony Wikemin Hose of My Dreims
:00 Ladies Be Seated Lift Can Be Btautifil Easy Listening News; "Tea for Twe" All-Sports Parade Aunt Mary
3:'5 , . u . w* Pe/Kins , Bob Knight "Tea for Two” Tony Wakaman Dr. Paul
;30 Accent on Music Young s Family " " " •• All-Sports Parade Date With Jerry
_:45_Right to Happiness - - " " Tony Wakaman Hint Hunt
:00 Tommy Birtlett Show Badutije Wife Erskine Johnson News—Bandwagon | All-Sports Parade House Party
u , Stella Dallas Jerry Soars Or. Broadway Bandwagon Tony Wakoman " " ; Hews
ti:3fl News Evans Loren/o Jones Two-Ton Baker Music Hall i All-Sports Parade Moondal Matinee
_. 45 I Accent on Music Young Widow Brown Adventure Parade " I Tony Wakeman Negro College Fund
WASH—FM, 9S.9 M»*i«ydci.
4:00 p.m.—Home Hints.
4:15 p.m.—Monitor Views and News.
4:30 p.m.—Symphonic Swing.
5:00 p m.—This Day.
5:15 p.m.—Story Book.
5:45 p.m.—Curtain Calls.
6:00 p.m.—Modern Concert Hall.
0:30 p.m.—Fiesta Time.
0:45 p.m—Junior League Presents.
7:00 p.m.—Candlelight and Silver.
7:30 p.m.—Newsreel From London.
7:45 p.m.—My Country Sings.
8:00 p.m.—Request Symphony Hour.
8:30 p.m.—AAP Band Symphony Or.
10:00 p.m—Club FM.
10::10 p.m.—Silver Nocturne.
11:00 p.m.—Wecther; 8i*n Off.
WQUiVt 3/U K.l.
4:00 p.m.—Chamber Music.
4:45 p.m.—News, Paul Martin.
5:00 p.m.—Afternoon Musicals.
6:00 p.m.—Dinner Music.
6:30 p.m.—Tomorrow's Musie; Tonight’s
Programs.
6:45 p.m.—=Sign Off.
WWDC FM, 100.9 Mqacycto.
WWDC FM duplicates all WWDC pro
j grams from 7:30 a m. to 11 p.m. daily with
the exception of the special broadcasts her*
i listed.
2:00-4:00 p.m.—Baseball.
8:35-9:00 p.m.—Concert Echoes.
9:00-9:30 p.m.—Spotlight on Stars.
WMY, 1.050 I t.
4:00 p.m.—Sports With Simpson.
5:00 p.m.—Sparkling Rhythm.
5:15 p.m.—Composers’ Sketchbook,
5:30 p.m.—Don Bell. News.
5:45 p.m.—Mount Rainier Varieties.
0:00 p.m.—Sports—Souvenirs.
0:30 p.m.—Twilight Time.
0:4o p.m.—Sign Off.
WAIL. 710 K.C.
4:00 p.m.—Hi, Neighbor!
5:00 p.m.—Tex Ritter’s Musio Corral.
5:30 p.m.—News. Richard Barr.
5:45 p.m.—Ted Husing’s Bandstand.
0:00 p m.—Spotlight on Sports.
0:15 p.m.—Leighton Noble Or.
0:45 p.m.—Sign Off.
WNK, 7)0 K.C.
4:00 p.m.—Benny Goodman Or.
4:30 p.m.—Frankie Masters Or.
5:00 p.m.—Boyd Raeburn Or.
5:30 p.m.—Jimmy Dorsey Or.
6:00 p m.—News: Sammy Kaye Or.
6:30 p.m.—Muaic for Meditation.
6:45 p.m.—Sign Off.
WKC, 1,120 K.C.
4:OOp.m.—Teetime Dance.
4:15 p.m.—8wing High.
4:45 p.m.—Children's Story.
5:00 p.m.—News; Classics.
5:15 pm.—Afternoon Rhythm*.
5:45 p.m.—Snorts; News.
6:00 p.m.—Candlelight Music.
6:30 p.m.—Paul Shlnkman.
6:45 p.m.—Sign Off.
WINX FM—44.7 <s4 92.4 MgjicjtlM.
(WINX FM duplicate* all WINX pro
grams from 9 a^n. to 11:15 p.m. daily.)
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