|The ABC Weekly||1|
|Norwegian sailors win decoration||2|
|A.T.S. girls make history||2|
|Marian Anderson in U.S. broadcast||2|
|They say on the ABC||2|
|Italians go back to Italy||2|
|Meet your daughter on the job||3|
|Canadian tells of Dieppe||3|
|Other people’s letters Implications||4|
|On first hearing the Leningrad Symphony||4|
|Boiled in oil||4|
|Sound and fury||4|
|Adventures in art||4|
|Fuzzy-wuzzy policemen in training||5|
|Torpedo-bombers over “H.M.A.S. Target”||5|
|Deadliest sea weapon is the torpedo||5|
|“Just grass for chewing”||6|
|Questions about America||6|
|Lady Cowrie opens session||6|
|The New Order in South-east Asia||6|
|Housewives tell their own stories “What war has meant to me" WINNING LETTER Mother of six||8|
|“Caniav a lolly, Jill?”||9|
|Nazi officials loot Europe's museums||9|
|Portrait of a neutral||9|
|Stars on the air||10|
|SHE SPENDS HER HOURS||10|
|Berlioz's Damnation of Faust||11|
|Weekly Crossword, No. 89||11 , 15|
|Books, places and people||11|
|Three books by ABC men||11|
|ALL the PROGRAMMES SUNDAY, MAY 16||12|
|Round the clock with the shortwave news||12|
|A.B.C. Overseas Service||12|
|A.B.C. Short-Wave Service||12|
|MONDAY, May 17||13|
|TUESDAY, May 18||13|
|WEDNESDAY, May 19||14|
|THURSDAY, May 20||14|
|FRIDAY, May 21||15|
|SATURDAY, May 22||15|
Australian Broadcasting Commission. (1939). ABC weekly Retrieved February 25, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1310202920
Australian Broadcasting Commission. ABC weekly Sydney: ABC, 1939. Web. 25 February 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1310202920>
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| author1=Australian Broadcasting Commission.
| title=ABC weekly
| section=v. : ill. ; 29cm.
| issue=Vol. 5 No. 20 (15 May 1943)
| access-date=25 February 2021
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