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Radio Program
times reach The Star too late for correction that day.
P.M. WMAL 630k. WRC 9801
:00 Tommy Bartlett Show Backstage Wife
4:15 " " Stella Dallas
:30 News, Evans Lorenzo Jones
_:45 Accent on Music Young Widow Brown
:00 Terry and Pirates When a Girl Marric
5:15 Sky King Portia Faces Life
:30 Jack Armstrong Just Plain Bill
_[45 Tennessee Jed_Front Page Farrell
:00 Evans-Agronsky News—Leif Eid
6:15 Star Dust; Sports Portraits in Music
:30 Earl Godwin Sunset; Bergman
:45 Singing Sam_Peter Grant
;G0 Louise Massey Supper Club
7:15 Elmef Davis News of the World
-.30 Lone Ranger Man at a Grand
_[45 Western Tiles_H. V. Kaltenborn
:00 Lum 'n' Abner A Day in the Life
8:15 As the Wheels Turn of Dennis Day
;30 The Court of Great Gilderrieeve
_[45 Missing Heirs_Comedy Show
:00 i Paul Whiteman Duffy's Tavern
9:15 ! Assembly Ed Gardner
:3Q ; Beulah Mr. District Attorney
_:45 fomedy Show Drama
:00 ; Bing Crosby The Big Story
1A15 ; Skitch Henderson Drama
: xU;30 Henry Morgan College of Music
:45 ;_Comedy Show_and Knowledge
:00 I News, Evans News—Music
U; 15 Hour of Dreams Richard Harkness
JO i Lee Dayton Louis Prima Or.
;45_ Ray Michael_" _
12:00 | News—Nocturne News—Music
. WOL 1,260k. W1HX 1,340k.
Erskine Johnson News—Bandwagon
Jerry Sears Or. Broadway Bandwagon
Two-Ton.Baker Music Hall
Adventure Parade " "_
s Hop Harrigan News—Music Hall
Superman Music Hall
Captain Midnight
Tom Mix_" _
Warner, Brott, News News Roundup
Sports, Brundigo Bob Wolft '
Johnson Family Dinner Concert
Art Brown_"
Fulton Lewis News; Red Feather
: Man Behind the Band Margaret Whitfng
Leland Stowe Across the Footlights
Inside ot Sports ”_
Crime Club News—Carnival
Dramas Carnival of Music'
U. S. Marine Band
it it ao »»
News, Gabriel Heatter News; Symphony
Real Life Stories Symphony Hour
What’s the Name Delius'
of that Song?_"Piano Concerto'*
Did Justice Triumph? News Preview
Bobby Sherwood Or.
Quiz of\Two Cities Sweet Music
D. C. vs. Balto. tor Dreaming
Voice of Washington News—Sports
Fulton Lewis Dance Serenade
Sweet Music
" "; News " "
National Moondial News; Master Works
WWDC 1.450k. WTOP 1,500k.
AH-Sporls Parade House Party
Tony Wakeman House Party; Nows
All Sports Parade Moondial Matinee
fony Wakeman_Crosby Classics
Band of ttw Day School of the Air
Battle of the Crooners "March of Science"
Sports—Theater Frontiers of Science
of the Air_The Factfinder
Melody Lane News, Eric Sevareid
" " Burdett; City,- Gout.
Wakeman, Sports Eddie Gallaher
Sapper Club_Robert Trout_
Romantic ReVervous Mystery of the Week
Hal Derwin Sings Jack Smith Show
Mark Austad. News Theater of Romance
Berger—Vandercook Drama_
Veteran Salute | Jack Carson
Club Calendar Comedy Show
News—14S0 Club Dr. Christian
1430 Club_Dr. Christian—News
1450 Club Songs by Sinatra
Jackson Lowe Jane Powell
News-1450 Club Dinah Shore With
1450 Club_Peler Lind Hayes
Around the Town The Whistler
Natl. Pharmacy Week Drama
News,- Juke Box Information, Pleas*
Juke Box Revue Clifton Fadiman
1450 Club Collingwood. Vickers
" " Arch McDonald
News—1450 Club Moondial
1450 Club_Eddie Gallaher
Super Session News—Moondial
ON THE air T0NI6HT.
WOL, 7:30—Leland Stowe comments on the
; day's news.
WTOP, 7:30—Stage Actress Judith Evelyn
I in "There's Always Juliet."
WRC, 8:00—Dennis Day sings "Wyoming";
| is forced into posing as a doctor during his lat
est comedy adventure.
I WMAL, 9:00—Paul Whiteman's Orchestra re
i vives "Whispering."
WTOP. 9:00—Irving Berlin visits.
WMAL, 10.00—Bing Crosby’s guest music
makars are Burl Ives, Les Paul and Peggy Lee.
WTOP, 10:30—Baseball Player Jackie Robin
son and Dr. Rufus Clement, president of Atlanta
University, join tbe "Information Please" panel.
A.M. i--1--TOMORROW'S PROGRAM
:uu i news—rreiuoe j News; Bin nerson
6:15 I Today's Prelude Bill Herson
;30 j Classical Music
_:45 | " I “ "
:00 News—Clock News, Wright
7:15 Town Clock Bill Herson
;30 Jim Gibbons News; Bill Herson
_:45_ David Wills_Bill Herson_
:00 Town Clock World Roundup
8:15 Jim Gibbons Bill Herson
:30 News—Clock News; Bill Herson
_-45 Town Clock_Bill Herson_
:00 Breakfast Club Presenting
9:15 With Don McNeill Claude Sweeten
:30 " " News—Osgood
;45 " _Nancy Osgood
:00 My True Story Katie's Daughter
"I A:15 " "; Crocker Once Upon Our Time
XU:30 Betty Crocker Road of Lite
_j45 Listening Post Joyce Jordan_
;00 Breneman's Breakfast Fred Waring
U:!5 in Hollywood and Company
;30 Ruth Crane: "The Jack Berch Show
I_:45_ Modern Woman" Lora Lawton
news—am Drown news—niw up
Art Brown Wake Up
News—Art Browa Hugh Guidi
Art Brown__ ” _
New:—Art Brown News
Brown,- Lew Parker Wake Up
Reedy; Art Brown Hugh Guidi
Art Brown_ " _
Voice of Washington News—Wake Up
Art Brown Wake Up
News—Art Brown Hugh Guidi
Art Brown" _
" " News; Symphony
" ” Symphony Hour
Shady Valley Folks Handel's
" "; News "Fireworks Music"
Heart's Desire News—Music Hall
" " Music Hall
The Spice In Life
Here's Kopeland" _
Cecil Brown News—Music
Tell Your Neighbor In the Air
Easy Aces " "
Tableau by Brito "
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I Corn Squeezin' Time
Hews—Music ! News—Corn
Crowley; Devotions - Corn Squeezin' Time
Mike Hunnkutt News, Mahoney; Corn
Corn Squeezin Time
News—Hunnicutt Sunshine Reporter
Mike Hunnicutt Bill Jenkins
" " World News
Nows—Hunnicutt Sundial
Mike Hunnicutt Bill Jenkins
re r* re re
News, Mahoney
Alice Lane The Godfrey Show
re rr re re
Open House_ Home Service Dally
Los Sands Janice Gray
Heritage
Tune Inn Evelyn Winters
Norman Gladney David Harum_
Tuno Inn News, Vern Hansen
Norman Gladney You're the Top
" " Grand Slam
“ Rosemary
:00 j News—Evans News—Brinkley
1 0:15 i Ted Malone Look to This Day
jLu:30 .Kenny Baker Show Tin Pan Ballet
:45 !_Music, Comedy Nancy Osgood
too j Baukhage Talking to Music
1:15 1 Hollywood Story
:30 Accent on Music Art Van Damme
_:45 " _ Robert McCormick_
-00 Walter Kiernan today's Children
2:15 Ethel and Albert Women in White
:30 Bride and Groom Masquerade
:45 John Nelson_Light of the World
:6b Ladies Be Seated Life Can Be Beautiful
3:15 " " Ma Perkins
:30 Accent on Music Young's Family
_:45_ "__ RighHo Happiness_
:00 Tommy Bartlett Show ! Backstage Wife
4:15 " " Stella Dallas
:30 News, Evans Lorenzo Jones
:45 Accent on Music ! Young Widow Brown
Victor lindlahr News Roundup
Checkerb'd Jamboree Midday Startime
Ray Henie Hal McIntyre Or.
At Union Station The Latin Touch_
Cedric Foster News—Serenade
Smile Time Swing Serenade
Musical Comedy Quiz Melodic Moments
Cliff Edwards_" _
Queen for a Day News—Symphony
Symphony Matinee
Harlem Hospitality Haydn "Harpsi
_Club__ chord Concerto"_
Easy Listening News; "Tea for two"
Bob Knight "Tea for Two"
»* I* M If
Erskine Johnson News—Bandwagon
Jerry Sears Or. Broadway Bandwagon
Two-Ton Baker Music Hall
Adventure Parade
Tello-Test Kate Smith Speaks
Man on the Street Aunt Jenny
News—Music Helen Trent
Bing Crosby jOur Gal Sunday
Ail-Sports Parade j Big Sister
Tony Wakeman |Ma Perkins
All-Sports Parade Young Dr. Malone
Tony_Wakeman_ Road_of lite___
All-Sports Parade Second Mrs. Burton
Tony Wakeman Perry Mason
All-Sporls Parade Lone Journey
Tony Wakeman_Rose of My Dreams
All-Sports Parade Aunt Mary
Tony Wakeman Dr. Paul
All-Sports Parade Date With Jerry
Tony Wakeman_Hint Hunt_
All-Sports Parade House Party
Tony Wakeman " " ; News
All-Sports Parade Moondal Matinee
Tony Wakeman Crosby Classics
WASH—FM, 98.9 Megacycles.
4:00 p.m.—Home Hints.
4.15 p.m.—Monitor Views ar.d 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.
6:30 P.m.—Fiesta Time.
6:45 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 Symphonv Hour.
8:30 p.m.—AAF Band Symphony Or.
10:00 p.m.—Club FM.
10:30 p.m.—Silver Nocturne.
11:00 p.m.—Weather: Sign Off.
WQQW, 570 K.C.
4:00 p.m.—Chamber Music.
5:00 p.m.—Afternoon Musicale.
6:(>o p.m.—Dinner Music.
6:30 p.m.—Tomorrow’s Music; Tonight’s
Programs.
0:45 pm.—Sign Off.
WINX FM—44.7 and 92.9 Megacycles.
(WINX FM duplicates all WINX pro
‘ fr >ni 0 a m. to 31:15 p.m. daily.)
WWDC FM, 100.9 Megacycles.
WWDC FM duplicates all WWDC pro
grams from 7:30 a m. to 11 p.m. daily with
the exception of the special broadcasts here
listed. <
2:25-4:30 p.m.—Baseball.
8:35-0:00 p.m.—Concert Echoes.
9:00-9:30 p.m.—Spotlight on Stars.
W6AY, 1,050 K.C.
4:00 p.m.—Sports With Simpson.
6:OOp.m.—Sparkling Rhythm.
5:15 p.m.—Composers' Sketchbook.
5:30 p.m.—Don Bell, News.
5:45 p.m.—Mount Rainier Varieties.
6:00 p m.—Sports—Souvenirs.
6:30 p.m.—Twilight Time.
6:45 pm.—Sign Off.
WARl, 780 K.C.
4:00 p.m.—Hi. Neighbor!
5:00 p.m.—Tex Ritter's- Music Corral.
5:30 p.m.—News. Richard Barr.
5:45 p.m.—Dinning Sisters.
6:00 p.m.—Spotlight on Sports.
6:15 p.m.—Ted Husing's Bandstand.
6:30 p.m.—Leighton Noble Or.
6:4 5 n m.—Sign Off.
WBCC, 1,170 I.C.
4:00 p in.—Personality Plua.
4:15 p.m.—Swing High.
4:45 p.m.—Children's Story.
5:00 p.m—News; Classics.
5:15pm.—Afternoon Rhythm*.
5:45 p.m.—Sports; News.
6:00 p.m.—Portrait of a 8chool Teacher.
6:16 p.m.—Candlelight Mueic.
6:60 p.m.—Lee Higbie.
6:45 p.m.—Sign Off.
WEAM, 1,390 K.C.
4:00 p.m.—Little Jack Little.
5:00 p.m.—Billy Repaid. News.
5:15 p m—Child Classics.
5:30 p.m.—Russ Hodges; Sports.
6:00 p.m.—Broadway Ballads.
6:30 p.m.—Evensong.
6:45 P.m.—Sign Off.
WPIK, 730 I.C.
4:00 p.m.—Baseball.
6:60 p.m.—Jimmy Dorsey Or.
6:00 pm.—News: Sammy Ksre Or.
6:.10 p.m.—Music for Meditation.
*•' 4 -> m.—Sign Off.
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