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Radio: Programs Previewed: Nov. 21, 1938

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For seven days beginning Friday, November 18. All times are EST. All programs subject to change without notice.

Arturo Toscanini (Sat. 10 p. m., NBC-Blue) conducts the NBC Symphony in Mendelssohn’s Reformation Symphony, Schumann’s Manfred Overture, the Love Scene from Berlioz’s Romeo and Juliet, two dances from Rossini’s William Tell.

King Haakon VII of Norway (Sun. 2 p. m., NBC-Red) speaks at the opening of Oslo’s new short-wave station.

Emanuel Feuermann (Sun. 2 p. m., NBC-Blue), famed cellist, is guest soloist on RCA’s Magic Key program.

Robert Benchley'(Sun. 10 p. m., CBS) supplies the madness for Old Gold’s Melody and Madness program, his first radio series. Melody by Baritone Dick Todd, Clarinetist Artie Shaw’s orchestra.

Justice Hugo L. Black (Wed. 9 p. m., NBC-Blue) accepts the Thomas Jefferson medal awarded him by the Southern Conference for Human Welfare at Birmingham, Ala.

Beauty and the Beast (Thurs. 10 p. m., CBS). World premiere of an opera written specially for radio by Composer Vittorio Giannini, Librettist Robert A. Simon. Tenor Charles Kullman heads the cast.

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