The wireless weekly : the hundred per cent Australian radio journal, -1943

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Nq 621.38405 WIR
Created/Published
Sydney : Wireless Press
Issue
Vol. 36 No. 24 (June 14, 1941)
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Contents

Wireless Weekly 1
PLEASE, TEACHER! 2
HERE ARE HOWLERS: 2
Advertising 2
MORNING TEA WITH DAVEY 2
AUGUST EISTEDDFOD 2
Advertising 2
2UE’s NEW STATION WILL LEAD 3
WHAT IMPORTED ARTISTS COST THE A.B.C. 3
HOW NAZIS TRY TO CRUSH DUTCH Why Hitler is Known as “Jansen” 3
Musician- Organiser 3
U.S. STATIONS MOBILISED 3
Almostin Confidence 4
TIPPED 4
Odd Bits And Pieces 4
I mean to say 5
BANDS—THE PEOPLE'S SPIRIT Desire For Melody Expressed 5
SHOULD LIEDER BE SUNG IN ENGLISH? 5
Editor's margin 5
Mrs. PENNY 5
CAESAR IS STAGED AT ROYAL 6
WIRELESS WEEKLY Film Review 6
Advertising 6
AROUND THE LITTLE THEATRES 6
COVETED ROLE AWARDED 7
FUNNY MEN ARE NEVER MADE IN A DAY It Takes Time For Comedians To Reach The Top 7
THE NAVY HELPS THE PRODUCERS 7
CANDID STUDIO CLOSE-UPS 7
BRINGING UP FATHER 8
ROSIE'S BEAU- 8
JULIA'S DINKIE-DI-IEST DIGGER Met Him Again After She Couldn’t Be The Colonel’s Jitters 9 , 31
AUSTRALIAN COMPOSERS SUCCESS AT EARLY AGE 9
At The Stage Door AUSTRALIAN OPERA COMPANY COULD BE FORMED 9
BOY ONCE DEAF-MUTE, NOW BROADCASTS CONVERSES OVER TELEPHONE WITH OTHER FORMER DEAF-MUTE 10
NEW SHOW ASSISTING COMPOSERS 10
Youth Show's Fiftieth Performance 10
HAYWARD WILL BE “IN POSSESSION” 10
THE JURISDICTION WHICH SATISFIES EVERYONE SUMMONED 10
LUNCH-TIME CLUB 10
FOR ARMY QUEEN: 2CH AID 10
STORY OF TESS 10
O DEATH, WHERE IS THY 'BING' 11
2GZ HELP FOR RURAL QUEEN 11
SADDLE-SURE HARMONISTS PICTURES IN PARCHMENTS 11
SUPREME EFFORT BY 2GB TO ENTHRONE ANDREA 11
THEIR TROUBLE, NO? 11
YOUR DAVEY DOZEN 11
Ferry-boat Serenade Is Popular 11
PENCILS WILL BE NECESSARY 11
Colorful Old Colonists 11
MARSHALL SUMNER'S TOUR 11
On the Express 12
THE CRITICS ON THE HEARTH DISAPPOINTED, BUT AUDIENCE WAS WELL COMPENSATED 13
Singing In Ever Popular "Pagliacci" Was Splendid 13
JONATHAN LISTENS TO PLAYS “Young Mr. Disraeli” Reveals Talent 13
BRIGHT REVUE ON SUNDAYS 13
"Ghost Train" WHY WAS PLOT "TREATED?" 13
THREE PLAYS ENJOYABLE 13
OUR READERS WRITE-Or Wrong 14
No Doubt About Them 14
YOUR DAVEY DOZEN 14
BILL BEATTY LOOKS OVER AUSTRALIA 14
SEALED ORDERS 15
SPORTING EVENTS ARE COVERED FOR HOLIDAY 15
THE TUDOR WENCH 16
SUNDAY .. JUNE 15 16 , 17
B.B.C. NEWS TIMES SUNDAY 16
Advertising 16
Concerts—Little Theatres 17
Examination For Radio Service Technicians 17
B.B.C. CANOE NEWS 17
Orchestral Music 18
MONDAY .. JUNE 16 18 , 19
B.B.C. NEWS TIMES MONDAY 18
Advertising 18 , 19
Choose Your Own Records From These 19
500,000 DOGS WENT TO TOWN 20
TUESDAY .. JUNE 17 20 , 21
B.B.C. NEWS TIMES TUESDAY 20
Advertising 20
B.B.C. VARIETY IS HEARD HERE 21
FAMOUS NOVEL AS RADIO PLAY 21
FROM CHURCH TO HOT SWING 21
“CANTEEN CAPERS" GO OVER B.B.C. TO TROOPS 21
'RHAPSODY IN RHYTHM' 21
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER 22
WEDNESDAY JUNE 18 22 , 23
B.B.C. NEWS TIMES WEDNESDAY 22
Advertising 22
Children's Radio Corner 23
HERE'S WHO'S IN THE "GANG" 23
ARE YOU A MEMBER OF THE CHILDREN'S RADIO CORNER? 23
AUNTY TANYA'S MAIL BAG 23
NEW COMPETITION 23
Pen-Friends 23
MILITARY BAND 24
THURSDAY . JUNE 19 24 , 25
B.B.C. NEWS TIMES THURSDAY 24
Advertising 24 , 25
P. AND A. PARADE STILL POPULAR 25
QUESTIONS of the HOUR 26
FRIDAY ... JUNE 20 26 , 27
B.B.C. NEWS TIMES FRIDAY 26
Advertising 26
CROSSWORD PUZZLE No. 110 27
Women's Club Fixtures 27
FIRST EVENING IN THE RESTORED MANLY STUDIO 27
Advertising 27
Celebrity Orchestral Concert 28
SATURDAY . JUNE 21 28 , 29
B.B.C. NEWS TIMES SATURDAY 28
Advertising 28
INSTITUTE'S NEW OFFICERS 29
Array Of Talent In Amateur Hour 29
Advertising 29
THE WEEK'S PROGRAMMES FROM THE B.B.C. 30
OVERSEAS S.-W. STATIONS RECEIVED EASILY IN EASTERN AUSTRALIA 30
OVERSEAS NEWS IN ENGLISH 30
LORD HAW HAW'S ATTACK ON THE ANZACS Gloats Over Plight Of Stranded Soldiers In Crete 31
LONDON’S THEATRES STILL GOING 31
TALENT TO HAVE A CHANCE 31
Advertising 31
NO GRIP, NO PARTNER HERE! 32
Advertising 32

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