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Radio: Programs Previewed: Dec. 12, 1938

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For seven days beginning Friday, December 9. All times are EST. All programs subject to change without notice.

Anthony Eden (Fri. 10 p. m. NBC-Blue, MBS; 10:30 p. m. CBS) addresses the National Association of Manufacturers’ Congress of American Industry. Subject: “Democracies and the Modern World”.

Kirsten Flagstad (Sat. 1:40 p. m. NBC-Red) heads the Metropolitan cast in Wagner’s Siegfried.

Artur Rodzinski (Sot. 10 p. m. NBC-Blue) conducts the NBC Symphony in Michael Leonidovitch Starokadomsky’s Concerto for Orchestra, Glinka’s Overture to Russian and Ludmilla, Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony, Stravinsky’s Firebird suite.

Eugene List (Sun. 3 p. m. CBS) plays Franck’s Symphonic Variations for Piano and Orchestra, Anis Fuleihan’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with the New York Philhar-monic-Symphony, John Barbirolli conducting. Also Bach’s Suite in D Major, No. 3, Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony, Wagner’s prelude to Die Meistersinger.

Nobody’s Captain (Mon. 9 p. m. MBS). Football drama by Yale Post-Graduate Student Edwin Burrows, presented by Yale Professor Walter Pritchard Eaton’s class in radio writing.

Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain (Tues. 4:40 p. m. CBS) addresses the Foreign Press Association by short wave from London.

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