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Radio: Programs Previewed: Nov. 14, 1938

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For seven days beginning Friday, November 11. All times are EST. All programs subject to change without notice.

Armistice Day (Fri. 2:30 p. m. CBS). Onetime British Prime Minister David Lloyd George from London, Senator Henri Haye from Paris, Professor Bo Osten Unden from Stockholm, onetime Belgian Premier Paul van Zeeland from Tulsa, Okla., Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, General John F. O’Ryan from Manhattan speak on the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace program, Family of Nations.

Arturo Toscanini (Sat. 10 p. m. NBC-Blue) conducts the NBC Symphony in Ludwig van Beethoven’s Coriolanus overture, Franz Schubert’s Second Symphony, César Franck’s Les Eolides, Giacomo Meyerbeer’s Dinorah overture.

Lauritz Melchior (Sun. 2 p. m. NBC-Blue). No. 1 Wagnerian tenor is guest soloist with Frank Black’s orchestra on RCA’s Magic Key program. Other guests: Critic Clifton Fadiman, Actress Helen Claire.

Town Meeting (Thurs. 9:30 p. m. NBC-Blue). Lecturer Edward Tomlinson, Author Major George Fielding Eliot (The Ramparts We Watch), Professor Charles G. Fenwick discuss “How Can the American Nations Cooperate for World Peace?”

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