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4 r"31' ió,ne 4O' THE INDIAN LIST ENEk Had the privilege of helping Va. Ala India to defeat the Germans1 on their own grounds in Berlin, L /M/ TED ITS UP TO EVERY airone OF YOU TO HELP INDIA TO BEET THEM ONCE AGAIN Once again in 1943 it is our proud privilege to do our best to help INDIA to defeat the enemies of civilisation.,,,j1 ' I (''., << BRANCHES THROUGHOUT INDIA r LIMITE { ;y. SIALKOT ' CHARING CROSS. LAHORE FOR ALL MATEKIALS FOR ShUK1 and rt,tic,al utvtlurment WRITE TO UBEROI LIMITED, SIALKOT s,:

5 Vol VIII THE INDIAN LISTENER ENGLISH PROGRAMME JOURNAL OF ALL INDIA RADIO (Incorporating The 1ndtan Radio Takes)' Literary contributions and photographs suitable for publication are invited. The Editor cannot, however, 44 annas; torsion fit. 12, single copy 8 annas. Charges Annual subscription including Postage Rs. 6, single copy undertake to return rejected material unless a stamped for advertisements 'anti'. terms for agencies may be kad on application. and addressed envelope is enclosed for the purpose. Editor t S, N. GHOSH OCTOBER 7r 1943 Freedom from want, President Roosevelt placed it first among his Four Freedoms. But of all man's wants, social, political, psychological and economic, it is the last which press themselves most urgently on his attention. P. C. ADDY in this talk traces the history of man's struggle for freedom from want. THE Atlantic Charter lays down certain principles and conditions Indispensable to the setting up of a atable world order after the war. One of these conditions is "Freedom from Want" That this is desirable few would deny. Rut lines it come within the range of nractiral nolitirs Is a question to which we must address ourselves. There are, of course. many kinds of want. thatt rlamnur for satisfaction_ political. social. economic and,psvehological. All of these are interdenendent. but without doing violence to this inherent connection. T shall in this talk confine myself mainly to a consideration of man's economic needs since without sufficient nrnyi_ pion for him there is not much likelihood of stability for any order that might he set un. Indeed there Cannot he. as lone, as neonle and nations are divided into those invidious categories. "the haves" and "the have-nots". a division which in the nast has unhapnily led to frequent wars. And vet it need not nenesoarily have Arne.A. STORY OF LIBERTY A rapid Survey of the main stages of human history would enable most people to endorse Renedettn view that it is the story of liberty. /`core's One has to admit that the term liberty Is not capable of acr"rate definition and that it means different things to different neonles. While the setbacks to liberty in its various forms have been many and grave. yet hardly any goal has been so doggedly and consistently pursued than this, and no theme has been grander than the etnry of man's struggle to shake him - cell free from the toils of circumstance. be it the grin of a dictator or an institution or the stranglehold of some class or system. All these are known hindrances to, personality. Not all the solutions given to the problem In the past will meet with approval today. Whole civilizations. Mme with very great cultural ehievements to their credit, have been built upon the enslavement. virtual or actual, of one class, or ut a whole section. to a smaller a.nd dominant group. which alone had the opportunity and the wherewithal to cultivate the finer side of life Such. for example. Were the rivilirations of Greece and Rome. of Egvnt and Babylonia. of India and of Europe both in the Middle Ages and long after. Yet the very organization of society was an attempt to achieve a larger freedom on the part of the Ind vidual The earliest forms of pri m:tive snriety, the ernun or unit formed for more surreistnl' hunting, was the individual's attensnt to overcome his physical limitations in a grim and mysterious world Even religion took its origin in the wish to Placate unknown nrinrinalities and powers that might impose restrictions pn man's freedom. and fnr primitive man thin meant chiefly security from starvation. With the domestication of animals man enjoyed greater security in the matter of food and for a while seemed to have shaken off the stern necessity of.. hunting his dinner or going hungry. But this dependence on domesticated animals forced man 'to be ever on the move seeking fresh pasture -lands, and warfare for the No. 20 conception of the state and its function was drastically altered. The old laisses faire theory that the State acted merely as a policeman. ensuring peace and order and maintaining the satus quo, gave place to. the Socialistic conception of active inter - Freedom Through the Ages favoured grazing grounds became more frequent. The discovery of agriculture led to an- economy that meant a reasonable measure of freedom from worry about his basic wants and this In pave rise to a leisured class. which, in India as also in Greece and Rome. was responsible for the rultivatioh of art and other intellectual pursuits. Rut the challenge to liberty has often come from the very nature of man. his covetousness and greed and the lust for power. and these in turn have led to strife and disrord: invaions and revolutü,ns=all attempts to reduce the balance between the possessors and the dispossessed nnre again economic necessity ratted the tune to which politics danced. Hence in the lath century the statesmen and thinkers 'in Rurone tried to tackle, in various ways." the problem of unequal distribution. The pendulum swung from meth emes of capitalism and individualism to Socialism and Communism, and the ov-e cjyrifet7 s / e For seven days In the week and for 91 hones a day. all our transmitters together are on the air. We have an audience of varying tastes and interests, and we do our best to please them. Are we succeeding? We want von to tell us. Do von like our music, dramas, talks, news bulletins and feature programmes? Which ones do you like? Which ones you don't like? Why do you like or dislike them? Confine your answer, this time. if you prefer, to the next fortnight, Le.. the programmes contained in this issue. Later we shall give yon specific questions about particular features and special programmes to answer. We know all this means a lot of trouble to you, but this is where you come in. if we are to have BE]TEB programmes. Please send your letters tot ALL INDIA RADIO, Broadcasting House, New Delhi, vention by the State to promote the well-being of its citizens, which means the guaranteeing to all citizens the economic basis of a decent living. For man is largely the creature of the economic circumstances in which he lives and his morals 'are enormously affected by economics. Rut the economic conditions '" are themselves the results of moral misiudgments. narrow = vision - and the form. of historic circumsances. for which no one generation is responsible State' action alone can remove these conditions-a task of such magnitude that no lesser power can hope for any success i The aims of the Atlantic Charter are not merely consonant with ;this conception but recognize the Itnpossibility.of'achieving such ends without international co-operation. Only then would there he some likelihood of humanity's winning its freedom from want. PSYCHOLOGICALLY SOUND Now this desire for freedom from want in psychologically most sound, for it is an instinctive recognition that without an adequate economic environment one's personality : Is 'sf9nted and warped. Even more. when there Is such a hindrance to that satisfaction in life and to that opportunity for personal development to which every man has a right, merely by being born at all. there arise, that sense of'itliustice which renders men hitter, resentful and discontented. Such men make bad neighbours and Worse citizens. And no State worth the name would care to have a large proportion of such people among its population. Now freedom from want might go a long way in connecting these liabilities into definite assets. One would have thought the Industrial Revolution would have ushered in the age of plenty' and man freed from care and soul -killing labour, would he able to devote his increased leisure, opportunity and fitness for the karma >ri ea sees Ms/

6 s THE INDIAN LISTENER Wore neither ep,ste creed ' ' Colonel or coolie-soldier or sweeper-all are liable to their share of sickness and suffering and they are entitled to the best care and treatment that our medical profession can offer. The trained nurses of India are already doing a magnificent duty-caring for the sick and wounded and restoring them to health-but they are all too few. Many more ladies are needed who are prepared to give up some of their precious leisure time to this great task. India's sick need your Blare, sympathy X1{1 jou jive it 2 service * Previous experience is not essential. Write for details now to the Lady District Superintendent, St. John Ambulance Brigade Overseas of ti e area in which you live. If you have env difficulty in fint...tg her address, write direct to the Director General, Indian Medical Service, New Delhi. WE ARE THE MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS OF SODIUM BI -SULPHATE (INDIAN) LIQUOR AMON FORT CAMPHORA BORAX (B. P.) CHINA CLAY SCDIUM BICHROMATE SODIUM SULPHIDE SODIUM SULPHATE POTASH PERMANGANATE QUININE INJECTION EMETENE INJECTION LIODIANA AND ALL OTHER HEAVY AND FINE CHEMICALS. WALFORD CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL!, CLIVE STREET (3rd Floor), CALCUTTA WORKS Freedom Through the Ages cultivation of the higher value. For freedom from want is not an end in itself but surely a means to the realization of the best life. And ye< science, which made the industrial age possible, has helped to accentuate the rivalries of nations and has systematically frustrated those social and co-operative endeavours which seemed at length within easy reach. That has been the tragic anomaly of modern civilization. For the 19th century, which witnessed the triumph of the machine in Europe, also witnessed the most shameless land -grabbing and exploitation of socalled backward areas. Life and development lost their bearings and true purpose, for the means was exalted into the end. "To have and to hold and to get even more, regard less of my neighbour's wants and wishes" seemed to be the slogan for the internecine rivalry that set in towards the latter part of the century. New motives for promoting and keeping alive international animosities were easily found by politicians and jingoists. If freedom from want is not to be an empty phrase then wise planning OUR COVER The photograph appearing on the cover page is that of N. A. SUNDA- RAM, who often sings at A I R Madras. should replace hit-and-miss methods; also there should be a fearless tackling of vested interests, which have been the greatest obstacle in the path of freedom. Ten years ago Beverley Nichols, the novelist,.startled the world by his book Cry Havoc which proved beyond a shadow of doubt the complicity of armament kings in war -mongering. Nearer home is the example of hoarding and profiteering. One could multiply instances by the score. But fortunately one is able to end on a positive note and with tempered optimism by reason of the fact that scientific advance provides the means to make this ideal an actuality, and to banish for ever the spectre of want, malnutrition, and insecurity to the limbo of forgotten evils. For the statesmen who wish to implement the provisions of the Atlantic Charter will endeavour to make the most of scientific technology, both in the production and the distribution of goods. Never in world history were such powerful aids so ready to hand. Never will failure to use them be so inexcusable, for science has not merely enormously increased output but has cut down production costs to a minimum, and with new inventions and discoveries rich and abundant living is now within the reach of all and sundry. This has cut the ground from under the feet of those who think that lack of economic necessities, responsible largely for wars in the past, will persist. War will legitimately be regarded as an anachronism when freedom from want is assured. When that day comes man will be enabled to devote himself more definitely and fully to the great task of fulfilling his destiny as a being little lower than the angels.- Broadcast trora DeikL

7 THE INDIAN LISTENER WHEN A I R BOMBAY broadcasts "Hearts of Oak" on Trafalgar Day, October 21, an attempt will be.made to give to listeners an idea of the "Nelson touch". In this pro-.iramme while reconstructing the ecenes of the battle of Trafalgar every care has been taken to keep as close as possible to historical details. Even the dialogue has been verified from authenticated records.and an account of Nelson s last moments has been taken from the reports of his surgeon, Dr. Beatty. The feature has been specially written for broadcasting by Tom Horan, the title having been taken from a song popular at that time and.sung by sailors when going into battle. Those who take part in this programme are officers and men of ºne of the ships of the Royal Navy. he music is provided by the chip's Male Voice Choir and the Royal Marines' Band. TWO NEW SERIES of talks will oe started by A I R Madras this fortnight. The first, under the title 'More Freedoms", will deal with the problem of freedom of man, which will perhaps add some more 'reedoms to the famous Four Freeioms of President Roosevelt and +even of Mr. Henry A. Wallace. The Brst talk in this series will be on DRY SCA October 16. The second series relates to important post-war problems, beginning with a talk on "An International. Currency" by D. W. Dodwell on October 21. IN "FATHER SHY LOCK" Dr. P. E. Dustoor takes up the cudgels on behalf of the much -maligned old Jew. In his play, instead of the Shylock who leaves the Venetian court in disgrace, robbed of his daughter, his wealth and his religion, we see a different Shylockone who gets his own back on the others. His daughter, jilting Lorenzo, marries the man of her father's choice; he gets back his money-and more. This Shakespearean rechauffe will be served up by AIR Lucknow on October 31. UNDER THE TITLE "Journey through the War" A I R Delhi has planned a series of talks by Army Observers and War Correspondents LP DESTROYS THE LIFE I N YOUR HAIR / is to be given by Wing Commander K. K. Majumdar from A I R Calcutta on October 22. Wing Commander Majumdar who are always on the move and see is the first things for themselves on the battlefronts. Toby Wiant, U. S. War Cor- -to win the Dis- Indian officer respondent with the 10th Air Force tinguished Flying Cross and and lately with the 14th Air Force in China, who has covered bombing the first to attain the rank of acting operations over China, Burma, Wing Commander. He commanded Thailand and French Indo-China, an air squadron during the Burma will broadcast the first talk of this operations and his unit was twig series on October 26 at 8.30 p.m. congratulated by General Wavell. OF THE FOUR TALKS to be broadcast from different A I R Stations on the activities of the Indian Air Training Corps, to which we referred in our last issue, the third PAST THE MICROPHONE a, A I R Lahore will pass a processior of people ranging from the high. pedestalled celebrity and the gia morous film star to that family (Continwd on next pate) t Men and Women. USE LUX HAI IR CRAI1/ Keeps Your hair well set, ends Dry Scalp and makes your hair stronger and healthier Manufacturers-LUXGATE CHEMICAL Co. 4Je DLf.iiee.w I. A. MOHAIYR & Cs., Poet Box eo 7W, (*hprtlr Pi Nina. a IiL11. 4U1 S Doric Desk Set is the only gift that is appropriate to every occasion, and is appreciated by all who value beauty and utility. It adds distinction to a businessman's ' office and beauty to the home. Available in the smartest styles and designs, and richest base materials.high CLASS STATIONERS". DORIC "AVAILABLE pe~ AT ALL DORIC BOOK ENDS -PAPER WEIGHTS- DIARIES -NOTE BOOKa 1EVERSHARP AGENCY. Hcanby Road, Bombay, and 10, Chnwringhee Calcutta

8 ON THE A I R (Goad.) figure Mr. Man-ln-the-Street: Each of them will tell you his or her story of joy and sorrow, for each has a story to tell, only you have never cared to listen to it. The programme, which will be run as a series, is entitled "Ap Se Miliye." The first Item will be broadcast on October ti. THE `PARENTS" are the next to have their say in A I R Trichy's series "Characters in the Play", in which typical characters step out of books, as it were, and give a straight talk to the authors who made them and to the people who read and talk about them, telling each what they (the characters) think of them. This may be slightly disconcerting to the THE INDIAN LISTENER authors but should be interesting to listen to. The "Parents" talk on October 17. FROM TILE N. -W. FRONTIER, that land of heavily veiled women. comes a voice demanding freedom for women-and co-education. The present system is all wrong and is not conducive to domestic or social happiness. Nor does the segregation of women enable them to exercise a healthy influence in shaping '.he destiny of the nation. Well, more on the same lines from Waheeda Mu'htaq who speaks at A I R Peshawar on October 19. "SECRET DESIGNS and "Surprise Attack" (Stanley John; October 23) Is the first of a series of English talks at A I R Dacca Intended to show how Japan's "Master -plan" to create a new empire by treachery and exploitation of occupied countries is being smashed by Allied mastery in the air. In another series the same Station will review the five main phases of the Russian War, beginning with "Hitler's lightning attack", which will be the subject of a talk by J. Sen on October 25. A CLOSE-UP of the main centres of Bombay's richly variegated life will be provided by A I R Bombay in a number of Hindustani talks to be given by people who are fully acquainted with these centres. Of Naples it was said. "See Naples and die", but of Bombay one could say, "See Bombay and live." Out of its infinite variety of attractions it Refreshing offers something for everybody, too the casual visitor, for the sight -sees and for the keen student of life. Oa October 20 F. A. Siddiqi takes you to the ubiquitous Irani h,..el. MALCOLM CARTER, who pro. duced "Two Fishes", "The Axis La ment', and "In Naples Tonight" at A I R Calcutta, will present "Baxter's Biscuits" on October 24. A peer's daughter falls in love with a private who in civil life was a biscuit manufacturer. In spite of the popularity of Baxter's biscuits the peer does not approve of his daughter's choice. Who wins, biscuits or dad? A NEW EXPERIMENT in musks broadcasts is to be tried by A I a Peshawar. It is a composite pro DRILLS TWILLS CANVAS POPLINS SHIRTINGS SHEETINGS LONCCLOTHS ERE are the best Textiles you can get at I present. We have been able to purchase the pick of the first materials and we are proud to offer them to you. ' They are real value from every point of view : strong, durable, a wide selection of fabrics and at reasonable prices. Samples are sent only to purchasers of large quantities. Retail purchasers will appreciate that trading conditions do not per - snit the sending of samples. May we suggest that you buy now from fbe stock we have on hand? You can be sure of a cup. of real coffee, real tea-when it's made with Narasu's. There's nothing to match their flavour and fragrance. 7. BOWBA?-AR ST. Telegrams: "BROSNAWN." CALCU d T1 Telephone: Cal ' "VE NARASU'S MANUFACTURING CO. SALEM SOUTH INDIA T ' ND produ e

9 gramme of Indian and Western music arranged by means of certain tecnnidal devices to give it the effect of harmony. It is yet to be seen whether the experiment succeeds but the programme will be worth listening to, if only for its novelty. It will be on the air every Sunday at L45 p.m. A FOOD FORUM where problems relating to food will be discussed is to be opened by A I R Lahore, and In the present state of affairs in the world nothing could be more appropriate. The first discussion 13 on October 19. THE SCENE OF OUR "eternal triangle" (or is it a quadrilateral?) 1s laid this time in Cairo. While Montgomery and Rommel were having it out in a straight fight, Rewaz, Hasina (a dancer) and a Subedar were engaged in a triangular tussle, with Dame Duty trying to pull the. Subedar away and out of it all. Hasina's sorrow, Rewaz's disappointment and the Subedar's unflinching response to the call of duty-these constitute the salient features of Krishan Chander's play to be broadcast from Lucknow on October 27. THE "WAR AND MEDICINE" series begins at A I R Lahore on Dctober 27 with a talk on "War Surgery" by an eminent surgeon. Subsequent talks will deal with the various problems that the doctor has had to face as a result of the war. Each subject will be handled by a specialist in that particular line. THE BEGGAR PROBLEM will be discussed in two debates A I R Trichy. In the first, on October 23, the question for discussion will be "Individual or Socialized Charity?" Those taking part in the debate, Rajachidambara Reddiar and G. Rangaswami Aiyangar, are well known for their active interest in the relief of poverty and distress. In the second debate, which is to fol Programmes for Forces in India DELHI Tuesdays & Wednesdays 9.43 to p.m. (85.84 and 31.3 metres) BOMBA' Saturdays 9.0 to 9.30 p.m. (89.15 metres) CALCUTTA Mondays 8.0 to 8.30 p.m. (884.8 and 'petrel) DACCA Relays Calcutta (257.1 metres) MADRAS Wednesdays 5.30 to 6.0 p.m. (48.73 metres LAHORE Fridays 10.0 to p.m. (278 metres) LUCKN(IW Thursdays 10.0 to p.m. (293.5 metres) PESHAWAR Mondays 8.30 to 9.0 p.m. (476.0 metres) THE INDIAN LISTENER low, will be discussed the merits of legislation as a solution for this problem in a country like India, as against the advantages of developing public opinion for putting down vagrancy among beggars. able-bodied IF THERE IS anything outstanding in the folk lore and culture of Gujarat it is the "Garba". The "Garba" has undergone many changes both in form and content during the last three centuries, the (Ctia.1 e ore pap) fpufk Or.rÍry. ériñii"áó.kal.unkl DIAMELIN l. 10T. Cal CaTT1 The best way to fight IT is folly to purchase in wartime things you can do without ; the profiteer benefits but you lose every time you buy at inflated prices. Save money to -day! Spend only on essentials. Defer buying luxuries until Victory brings back normal prices. BE careful how you keep the money you save. Gold, silver, jewellery, land, buildings and goods are unwise investments because their present high prices must one day collapse, perhaps with s sudden rush. A the profiteer! PLAYsut'e: where they "tn1wnn;'.1:: g. l pwn..» MO MUM. 1NJECTIOI.a a1at1n DIAMELIN and put your savings cannot depreciate. Invest in a Co-operative Society, take out insurance, open a savings account with e bank or with the Post Office Savings Bank. Best of all. Invest in Govern ment Loans and Savings Certificates SAVE A RUPEE A DAY? Put rout rupees In money -boa Instead of giving them profiteers to the I Alm to save day, or a rupee, more If you regularly can. Then convert Your cash savings any of the safe interest-bm.;nt investments to listed above SAVE FOR THE FUTURE NAt10NAl APP/Al ST?NI NATIONAL WAR PRINT

10 THE INDIAN LISTENER latest development eing the tendency to introduce Bengali and film music into the pure Gujarati version of the "Garba". Considerable interest has been engendered by the controversy over the advantages and disadvantages of this development. In a series of talks Mrs. Saroj Yodh will first deal with the traditional, cultural and religious background of the "Garba', and trace its historical growth and change in form. She will broadcast the first talk from Bombay on October 28. It will be followed by a presentation of the "Garba" with its variations in technique and style by Avinash Vyas and Madhurika Mehta on November 11. The final talk summing up the observations of the previous speakers will be given by Mrs. Pratima Dhruv on November 25. lead and pass it on THE STRUGGLE between what Goethe calls the spirit of learned Germany and the State has always been acute in Germany. On the one hand there is the culture, whicii and Beethoven, and on the other there is the tradition which delights in trampling upon the liberties of the individual and has produced the regimented Fascists. At many critical moments in the history of Get - many the German spirit has been forced to surrender to the State, which served the ends of the ruling classes. This tits. cord between the German spirit and the State will be the theme of a tali in Hindustani entitled "Idolatry of the State". Mr. G. L. Bansal will broadcast this talk from A I R Delhi on October 21, at 7.30 p.m. THE RAMPART LIBRARY OF GOOD READING is designed to be read by you and by your friends. It consists of a series of books on subjects of popular interest. They are cheap, attractive and offer sustaining reading. There are short stories, novels, genuine thrillers, biographical sketches, travel and adventure, current topics, handpicked howlers, and books for the good of the race. Most of the authors are known to you.. They include `Snilloc'. C. R. Mandy, Joachim Alva, Stanley Jepson, D. F. Karaka, Dewan Sharar, etc. You can slip a volume in your pocket, or shove it into a handbag, or roll it among your papers. You can read it in the. train, or while waiting for a bus, or at the breakfast table, or in bed. But after reading one, be sure to pass it on to your friend I THE RAMPART LIBRARY OF GOOD READING Re. 1-8 each. 1. tau African and Indian Jungle Thrillers 2. Leaders of India 8. More Laughter in Court 4. The Opportunists and other Burma Tales 5. Ten Minute Tales 6 Continence and its Creative Power 7. The Book Laughs of a Thousand S. The Second Book of a Thousand Laughs 9. The Third Book of a Thousand Laughs 10. The Honest Bunch and other Stories 1.1. Lines from a Paybob's Log U. Death of Ptolemy and other Stories 11. Rain in the Desert and other Stories 14. Hindu -Muslim Problem 15. Wives of Famous Men 18. Midnight on other Stories the Lake and 17. A Child is Born and other Stories 18. Gunpowder Women and other Essays 19. Soldiers Three and other Verse 20. Blood for Love (True Murder Stories) 21. Big Game Encounters Abridged 22. More Big Game Encounters Abridged 23. Colour Bar 24. All My Yesterdays 25. The Call of Blood 26. Eastern Tales 27. The Fourth Book of a Thousand Laughs 28. Japan's Black Record 29. Guest of the Baron and other Stories 30. An Indian Looks at America 31. The Appeal in Indian Music 32. Limericks of India 33. War Prose 34. So This is Marriagel Vol So This is Marriagel Vol. II. 36. So This is Marriagel Vol. III. 37. So This is Marriagel Vol. IV. 38. Exit the Professor 39. All My Yesterdays Vol The Rubaiyyat of Ornar Khayyam Illd. Edn. Available at all Booksellers and Railway Stalls hag its limitations... This business of getting well, how weary9oae r becomes, how tedious are those long hours of dullness which alit mately lead to boredom. Wounded soldiers, particularly those who confined to bed, are indeed worthy of every possible consideratio. The inches!veil Cross and Women's Vouatary Service sag sayiy, to combat boredom by teaching our wounded mikraess cm" sad hobbies. But your help is urgently needed in this task; hare is amid voak foe every lady who possesses some knowledge of a art* se Lobby Perhaps you ca teach weaving, leather work, tag making, or sag he you are a knitting export Whatever you Mier M de wit he ~14 ea please come forward and help brighten the lives of the wag "rafter countem». Perhaps you have alternative suggestions. if as, pi to touch with the Women's Voluntary Service whoa weimase new ids" particularly whoa they lead to additional happiness for our sotdim W.V.S. INDIA! oar rub far trtbr lie/«err We, rrth w sail at your lead.ys. Ogle*, or *Hy &no w HEADQUARTERS, W. V. S. INDIA) C/a 9, QUEENSWAY, YEW DELHI, Po spy of err vtsnrtisó pnfbit intitld -Sr- "we is Patina* is Nikon K.. I.s;t.. hilts tsar..o..dl.disd bloat.

11 To Their Rescue At Sea! IT was just about a year ago whp, l two Air -Sea Rescue high speed.launches flying the R.A.F. flag on,patrol in the English Channel sight-.ed two Flying Fortresses which were returning from a daylight attack on Brest. Both aircraft were loosing height and a considerable amount of black smoke was pouring from their exhaust pipes. The Masters of the launches, as if by common coneent, turned their respective craft northward and each followed one of the stricken bombers. "Customers", they murmured as they went full speed ahead. And so lit came to pass that when a very short time later one of the bombers made a crash landing in the sea, it was only a matter of moments before the high-speed launch was on bi Wing Commander i. H. F. HOCHE found them, surface craft must be brought from the shore to pick the airmen up. And lastly, while the men are waiting to be rescued, sustenance, especially water, must be provided to keep them alive. 1'HE INDIAN LISTENER You will notice that these four points are interdependent. Let any one of them fail and the rescue will be unsuccessful. Of what use, for instance, would it be if an air crew found itself in possession of a lovely yellow rubber dinghy, and enough sustenance to last them ten days, while ashore modern high-speed launches wait to go out and pick the men up, and yet Air -Sea Rescue is unable to find the dinghy? There was a crew of a Wellington in a dinghy off the Dutch coast. An Air -Sea Rescue search aircraft went But a high speed launch was already on the way and presently a signs flashed over the waters "Enemy attacking. And again silence. But it so happened that a Beaufighter out on an operational mission passed the scene of this attempted rescue ant saw that the Germans used the They had a con tinuous patrol of fighter aircraft over or near the men in the wage (Continued on next page) dinghy as a decoy. out and signalled back that it had been found. And that was the.ast anyone heard of the aircraft. the spot and, as one of the American airmen remarked later, "pulled us out practically before our feet got wet." The other aircraft managed so reach land where a crash landing had to be made and so the services of the second rescue launch were cot required. This R.A.F. organization which deals with the lot of distressed air xews and which has been so singularly successful in the United Kingdom has now come to India. To sue -,teed, its aims must be fourfold. First, it must see to it that all air crew have the necessary gear such as rubber dinghies and life jackets. Then it must possess aircraft in order eto find the dinghies. Thirdly, having eakdboard BOXE!U. RIO S PRINTED OR PLAIN URDBO?.RD CONTAINERS CUTOUTS al Ca^cb o cora,industrieslprinters LTD; 169-r,nwAluS ST CALCUTTA (t'h. E.8.156) BASIC CHEMICALS IT was with the War that the Mettur Chemical & Industrial Corporation was established and today, it is steadily contributing to the industrial progress of India. A great industry in which new researches are well under way with greater efforts to follow as the Mettur Chemicals continue their activities to create more efficient processes to meet the demand of the ever increasing industrial enterprises. A fully modern plant is. industry's sound investment. Fitness to meet competition, capacity to deliver the goods in quality and quantity, are the chief factors that determine the efficiency of every industry. Inside our plant, modern processes and skilled Engineers have met with the industrial demand and outside, the various industries are keenly alert on receiving our products. WELL ESTABLISHED With Expert Staff EYES TESTED Free by Qualified DOCTOR In SPECIALIST Prescription Work THE COMRADES OPTICAL COMPANY Refractionists and Opticians Sadar Bazar, DELHI THE 1TTfl HIMALE IunV9TR1A1. e CORPORATION LIMITED METTUrt DAM (SEIWASÁYtiltIliráttlIsiliNOPOIY) SOUTH INDIA' MI. Disributors: MESSRS. VOLKART IT. 1.1 AruwnLtn cre rs8.

12 knowing full well that attempts would be made to rescue the airmen. So the following night two armed rescue motor launches were sent out and took up positions about 20 miles from the search area. And at crack of dawn another Air -Sea ResfJ 14,Ar Togth /.3/u..o.h euelty day iku.s./i. t'11º te 11a DfAI T/0 Sterilised Refills 10 for A5.2 - Cir.p I'iolder, Re.l urith OYQODROpS - Exrroe. (rem ear, lndlo.. A.rbs. A. l? Or.A.JOTHI PANDIYAN TA,NJORE AGENTS WANTED cue aircraft went out to find the dinghy again and guide one of the launches to it. But this time this aircraft did not go alone. Shortly after it had left three Beaufighters roared from a nearby airfield. The Germans must have thought us particularly stupid that day. For they too were out and they must have smiled as they saw the Hudson at a height of 500 feet start a systematic search for tht dinghy. The Beaufighters in the meantime had worked their way in between the enemy and the coast. Then it happened. Just as the Messerschmitts were about to attack out of the sun came retribution. But the Hudson paid no heed. While the Beaufighters and the Messerschmitts were mixing it, the Hudson had spotted the little yellow craft, marked it with a smoke float, signalled to the launches and then circled it protectingly. Presently out of the morning TAE INDIAN LISTENER mist from the west came one of the launches at full speed churning up the waters behind it. Then, from the east came another three German aircraft. The Beau - fighters in the meantime had driven off their first foe and in the melee one of them badly damaged was forced to make a crash landing on the water. The other two carne roaring back, straight for the oncoming enemy. And the enemy did not tarry. He went, into the sun and out of sight. The rescue launch had now reached the Wellington crew and picked them up and their the Hudson went in search of the crew of the crashed Beaufighter. They too had managed to get into their dinghy and when the Hudson reached the scene of the crash the second launch was already picking them up. And home they raced, Beaufighters, Hudson and Launches. Broadcast from Delhi. Peshawar Committee r I4 E Government of India have 1 decided to establish an Advisory, Committee for the Peshawar Station, of All India Radio, which will consist of the following members; Controller 'of Broadcasting (President. ex -officio); Station Director, Peshawar (Secretary, ex -officio); Rack Bahadur Mehr Chand Khanna, C.LE.: M.L.A., ex -Minister, N. -W. F. Province; Mir Wall Ullah Khan, Pleader. Abbottabad; Nawab Quttab-ud-Dist. of Tank, Dera Ismail Khan; Mian Ziaud-Din Khan, Barrister, Peshawar; Mrs. Mushtaq Ahmed Peshawar. The purpose of the Committee will be to keep A I R in touch with rocse opinion in the matter of programme. construction and to advise the department in such matters as may be. referred to it. The Committee wire be a purely advisory iwdy. thin as a stick! iig,dí.r/11dltiyl ni mom Ybut why? Haven't you asked yourself this question when apparently without any specific reason all the ghee or butter, milk or cream you take doesn't cover up those bones which stick out here there and everywhere. it is more than likely the reason is your liver is not functioning properly, not aiding the digestion, absorption of fats and assimilation of proteins and carbohydrates. Thus all the nourishment you take simply turns to waste, What you need is a course of Pepliver, Pepliver has been compounded by experts who carried out exhaustive tests to ensure that It incorporates ingredients which not only remedy all liver troubles- but also help to keep the liver in perfect condition. Excessive leanness not only spoils your looks but indicates en imperfect-even dangerouscondition of heal.h. So pep up your liver with Pepliver, end utilization Ca r EE spep1ivr va L,ER a NATIONAL DRUG PRODUCT Heed Office: 15. Clive St. Calcutta. Cht.l Agents For M. a.5. i.dto : N. Dotta & Sons 1 Agenct..) Ltd. Regal Building. Parliament St. New oelhl. Distributors : For Upper Assam : Planter.' Store. 6 Agency Co. Ltd.. Dibrugarh. Per M.dres : K. Ramon S Co I. South Indio Corporation 1 Madre.) Ltd $.winos. St.. Madras. For the Funiab : S. F. Dahl Brother. Commerce House, Lahore. For Carton : M. K. Seldin a Co. 28 Rifle St.. Colombo. CO te A I \1Vf -I -r= ' LV,1 IsJi 11J` Ill\i i i 1_1r 1 hiking of economy- It Is very revealing what long service your. linen will give you If you are careful with It Because it: is on war -duty, Elgin Linen is not as freely available as In peacetime. Economy and discriminate buying is therefore every one's watchword. LOOK FOR THE NAME 'ELGIN MILLS' Clq:in Mi ll s Co. 1:1-d C A W N p O R E * Managing Agents: t^' GG SUTHERLAND & Co., Ltd.. P.O. Box No. 21, CAWNPORB Mean. B. Lilaram & Sons r, Katuswamy, The Mall, Kaurrwamy, Connaught V simia. Place, New Delhi. Messrs. The Bridals Pharmae, Masts. B. Lilaram & Sons oses` 62, Thr Mall. Meerut. leal

13 Reception at Noon Ñ. R., 'Gsintitr i Mj receiver gives me excellent reception in the morning time and almost nil at noon. What can be done to remedy this defect? A. --Generally speaking reception will rte slightly poorer at noun but not to the extent of being called 'almost nil'. Try a good outdoor aerial and try to tune Delhi III workiuk on 15,2 90 kc/s, Delhi IV working on 9,590 kc/s and the other foreign stations working in the 19, 25 and 51 -metres bands. Stations O.K. Q. A. H. Khanna, Ludhiana: What las happened to your broadcasting stations T Last night about to o'clock transmission was very weak and all of a sudden it became all right. Similar defects are occurring very often (or the past fortnight. A.-The broadcasting stations are all Agltt. We are afraid your receiver is developing some intermittent fault which should be traced and set right. Failing Valve Q.-T. I. Aruoankadu: Por the last one or two months, after my receiver is.switched on, the reception goes on and off as does the dial lamp, though sometimes it gives continuous reception for a considerable time. Besides, the reasiver all of a sudden begins to crackle violently which cannot be reduced by day of the controls but only by switching off. May I know the cause and were T A.-The trouble appears to be a failsag valve or some other component. Let THE INDIAN LISTENER THE LISTENER'S QUESTION -BOX Listeners are invited to write to the Editor about their radio troubles. Typical cases of reception difficulties will be published under this feature. the service engineer trace the fault and put your receiver in proper working order. P. Interference Q.-S. H. D. Broach: I will be obliged to you if you will kindly let me A.-Distant medium -wave stations cannot be received satisfactorily during daytime as the radiad energy while travelling through the upper atmosphere is heavily absorbed. (b) The interference you complain of is due to atmospheric disturbances which will gradually go down in strength with the approach of winter. e; I I IAApCIRlfANlf How is it that I get the Indian short wave stations-delhi, Madras, Bombay and Calcutta-on the 6.2 and 5.3 Mc/s bands in the morning while the stations are reported to be operating on the 6.2 Mc/s band only T Similarly in the noon I get the 7 Mc/s transmission on or about 6.a Mc/s also, and the c Mc/t transmission in the evening roun - sbout 4 Mc/s. A.-This is what is technically known know the reasons for the following:-(a) I am receiving the Indian short-wave stations all right but not the medium - wave stations during noon. (b) I am as image reception. Any superhetrodyne living out of the city and in my garden receiver without a radio frequency amplifier stage will exhibit this feature. From of 24 bigha there is no electric interference, but I am getting a lot of interference at night on the medium -wave serious trouble or interference will be the ordinary listener's point of view no band. What can I do to reduce this l experienced due to the receiver having some image response. If the receiver is correctly aligned, the image response will be certainly weaker. i Valve Replacement Q.-M. P. M. Jubbulpore: My radio is not working between 40 to 49 metres and also 1,20o to 1,700 kc/s. Please tell me the cause and the curs. A.-Most probably the frequency Q.-B. G. N., Sangli : I am getting excellent reception from my 5 -valve receiver on all the bands except the broadcast band. In the broadcast band it it dead silent. May I know the vasty and cure T A.-Obviously either the wave -bald twitch is making poor contact in the Image Response medium -wave position or the medium. changer valve of your receiver requires wave oscillator coil has developed a break, Q.-K. B. S. Thane: Will you please replacement. Ask your service engineer Ask your service engineer to look into let me know the reasons for the following: to change the valve and realign the re- It. ceiver according to the maker's iastivo Lions. No Legal Redress Q.-K. B. Allahabad : My neighbou has two or three rotten table lass, and if anyone of them is working it is quite impossible for us to get anything from the radio set except the fan noise. My protests for getting his fans serviced have failed. Is there any help for me T. A.-There is no legal redress yet is India against this sort of offence. Make requests instead of protesta and see it you have better success. Another Aerial Q.-N. B. L. S., Sialkot : I have one crystal set and one 5 -valve receiver, but there is only one aerial. If I con. nett both receivers to the aerial I do not hear anything in my crystal set and only some "tuck tuck" noise in my 5 -valve receiver. 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14 The News a,m sj0-1.4 Lid -4.4e sl.011i-1,0 p.m p.m. e s p.as> a.m /.10 p.m Ma _4L-.9.0 p.m p.m. e :45 p.m p.m ( a.m. p.m ENGLISH S1.1 w 31.3 m 41,15 m 4048 ni In ni in 31.3 m m in In 31.3 m t1.15 m in ( 9,660 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( 7,290 kc/s) ( kc/s) ( 886 kc/s) (15,290 kc/s) (11,790 kc/s) ( kc/s) t ( 8,190 kc/s) ( 886 kc/s) (15,290 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( 7,290 kc/s) ( 886 kc/s) ot (15,290 kc/s) m ( 9,590 kc/s) m ( kc/s) m ( 886 kc/s) m ( 7,210 kc/s) m ( 9,590 kc/s) m ( 6,1110 kc/s) m ( kc/s) m ( 81.3 in m to m B C RELAY B 4_II p.m m m HINDUSTANI 8,11-4,10 s.m.. m 4131,155 m in m m 81.8 ni ni ni in 11.3 m m 838.8m 81.3 in m ni m 31.3 m in m m BENGALI s_m, TRANSMISSION (7.80 to a.m.) m (7,200 ke/s) 4.80 to 7.40 Bengali News to 7.50 Telugu News 4.00 te 8.0 Tamil News 4.6 to 6.16 Hindustani News '8.11 Is 6.80 English News to 8.50 As in Delhi e. 0.0 Maratl: News 4.0 to 0.10 Gujarati Nays 1.10 M 0.30 As in Delhi M 0.45 Pushtu programs. 4.4/ to 10.0 Interval m (15,290 kola)..0.0 to 10.7 English News 60.7 to Indian Overseas x to Thai Programme 4915 to 11.0 Malay Programme I ar CO In In m LO 888 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( kc/s) ( 8,190 kc/s) ( kris) ( ( 6,010 kc/s) 886 Ws) ( 9,5410 kc/s) ( 7,290 kc/s) ( 4,960 kc/s) ( 886 kc/s) (15,290 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( 7,290 kc/s) ( 888 kc/s) (15,290 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( 8,190 kc/s) ( 886 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( 6,010 kc/s) ( 3,405 kc/s) ( 886 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( kc/s) ( 8,190 kc/s) ( 3,495 kc/s) ( 9,660 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( 7,290 kc/s) (15,290 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( 9,500 kc/s) ( 8,010 kc/s) THE INDIAN LISTENER a.m p.m. TAMIL TELUGU DAILY SERVICES FROM DELHI m ( 9,660 kc/s) m ( 9,590 kc/s) m ( 7,290 kc/s) m ( kc/s) in (11,790 kc/s) m ( kc/s) m ( 9,590 kc/s) ni ( kc/s) s.m m ( 31.3 m ( 9,660 kc/s) 9,590 kc/s) 41,15 ni ( 7,290 kc/s) E p.m ni m (15,290 kc/s) (11,790 kc/s) 9,590 kc/s) 31.3 in ( t p.m m ( m ( 9,590 kc/s) 6,010 Ws) a.m p.m p.m a.m _12.55 p.m. t p MARATHI GUJARATI 81.3 m ( 9,590 kc/s) 41,15 m ( 7,290 krill in ( kc/s) 31.3 m ( 9,590 kc/s) 31.3 m ( 9,590 kc/s m ( lie is) FRENCH a.m m ( kc/s) t p.m ni (15,290 kc/s) 31.3 m ( kc/s) a.m. t p.m in ( 9,590 kc/s) 41,15 m ( 7,290 kc/s) in ( kc/s) 31.3 m ( kc/s) 31.3 m ( 9,590 kc/s) m ( 6,010 kc/s) MALAY ,0 a.m m ( kc/s) ni 11,790 kc/s) 81.3 m ( 9,590 kc/s) $ prs (15,290 kc/s) 81.3 m ( 9,590 kc/s) a.m m ( 9,590 kc/s) 41,15 m ( 7,290 kc/s) ni ( 6,190 kc/s) m ( 3,495 licit) TRANSMISSION II (11.00 a.m. to 2.45 p.m.) in (15,290 kc/s) 11.0 to French programme to 12.0 Burmese programme 12.0 to As in Delhi ro Marathi News to Gujarati News to 1.0 Hindustani News 1.0 so 2.0 As in Delhi 1 Y 0 to 2.5 Tamil News 2.5 to 2.10 Telugu News 2.10 to 2.15 Bengali News 2.15 to 2.30 Pushtu programme 2.30 to 2.45 Japanese Programme Ill 'r1tansmission )4.0 p.m. to 0.30 a.m.) m (15,200 kc/s) 4 o to 4.15 Persian programme 4.15 to 5.0 Indians Overseas j 6.0 to 5.80 Japanese programme 5.39 to 0A Malay programme BURMESE in 91.3 m ni (15,290 kc/s) ( 9,590 kc/s) ( 7,210 kc/s) AMOY t p.m m ( CANTONESE p.m m ( KUOYU p.m, 4161 m ( THAI amt m (15,290 kc/s) ni (11,790 kc/s) 31.3 m, ( 9,590 kc/0 I 5, p.m m ( kc/s) JAPANESE 411,45-12,0 s.m p.m. l p.n t p.m ,16 a.m a.m. t A0 t 8.65_ to 6.30 French programme 6.30 to 6.45 As in Delhi en 8.55 Interval in (8,010 kc/s) 8.55 to 7.25 Pushru programme 7.25 to 7.35 Telugu News 7.35 to '7.45 Tamil News 7.45 to '7.55 Marathi News 7.55 to 8.5 Gujarati News 8.5 to 8.30 Troops in India & Diylaa so 8.45 As in Delhi to 9.0 News in Bengali 9.0 to 9 45 As in Delhi to 10.0 Interval m (8,335 kc/s) 10.0 to As in Delhi I to Afghan -Persian programme to 11.0 Interval m (7.290 kc/s) 11.0 to Arabic programme to 12.0 Troops in the Middles East 17 p.m. P.m. PUSHTU PERSIAN m (15,290 kc/s) 81 3 m ( kc/s) m ( kc/s) in (11,790 kc/s) 31.3 m ( kc/s) ni ( kc/s) 81.3 m ( 9,590 kc/s) 4161 m ( 7,210 kc/s) 31.3 m ( 8,590 kc/s) 41,15 m ( kc/s) to kc/s) m 8,405 kc/s) 31.3 m 31-1 m 41,15 m ( 9,590 ( m (15, m ( m ( 9, m ( 6,010 kc/s} Ws) kc/s) kc/sy kc/s1 Ws) kc/s) p.m ni (15,2110 kc/s) 31.3 m ( 9,590 kc/s) m (11,790 kc/s) t a.m 81.8 m( kc/s) m ( 6,190 kc/s) m ( 7,200 kc/s1 AFGHAN -PERSIAN t p.m m ( War ARABIC s 11,0-l1.á0 :1.3 m ( 9,510 kcal in ( 7,290 kc/s) m ( 0,190 kc/s) to a.m. Persian Programme to a.m. English News to 1.01) a.m. Malay News 1.00 to 1,15 a,m lapane.r News 1.18 to 1.30 a.m. Hindustani News ULLfII metres (9,590 kc/s) t1.cansmi&sion I A ( 7 SO to 11.0 a.m.: 11.0 to 2.45 p.m.l AS IN DELHI 8 rransmitsnin IU (4.0 p.m. to 1.34) a.m.) 31,3 in (9,600 kc/s) 4 w 6.45 As in Delhi to 6.56 Interval 8.56 to 9.30 As in Delhi to As in Delhi 2 10,46 to 11 0 lnsrrvm 11.0 p.m to 1.30 a.m. As in DdW 0

15 North American Service FILED -POINT BROADCASTI 1.45 to 4.0 Programme Announcements 4.0 to 4.30 Front-line Family (Except Sun. and Mon.) 4.15 to 4.30 News Headline* (Exeept Mon.) 5.15 to 5.30 News and Commentary 7.30 to 7.45 Interlude 8.15 to 8.30 Front -Line Family 9.0 to 9.10 Programme Announcements 9.10 to 9.15 Religious Service (Week Days) 9.15 to 9.30 News and Commentary 9.30 to 10.0 Radio News -Reel 11.0 to News Pac fic Service FIXED-POINT BROADCASTS to Programme Announcements to Daily Service (Except Sun.) to Headline News (Except Sun.) to Front -Line Family (Mon. to Fri.) to 1.0 News 2.0 to 2.15 Headline News and Views 2.30 to 2.85 Radio News -Reel 2.55 to 3.0 Programme Announcements 9.28 to 8.30 News Headlines General Overseas Service DETAILS Saturday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Service 4.40 Interlude 4.45 Orchestral Concert 5.30 News 5.45 War on Land: Cyril Falls 5.55 Interlude 8.0 By Way of Music: Jack Leon Orchestra 6.30 Mozart Quintet 7.0 Command Performance 7.30 News 7.40 Newsletter for India 7.45 Forces' Favourites t 8.0 D racing Time: 0.0 Chappell's Queen's Hall Orchestra 9.30 News 9.45 Association Football Programmes Interlude Forces' Favourites t 11.0 Music from London Stage Light Royal Marines Band, Portsmouth Sunday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Service from Rugby Parish Church: 5.5 Light Music 5.30 News 5.45 Brains Trust 6.15 Listeners' Requests t 8.30 B B C Northern Orchestra 7.0 Stage Presents 7.30 News 7.40 Forces' Favourites t 8.0 Palestine Half-hour: 8.30 Kay on the Keys 8.45 Football Results and 9.10 Light Music 9.30 News 9.45 Great Dramatists: Programmes Interlude For British Forces in Malta 11.0 Variety Bandbox Monday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Service 4.40 B B C Revue Orchestra 5.20 Life at Home: Gerald Bullet: 5.30 News Commentary 6.0 Radio Theatre: Frederick Lonsdaé s Comedy, On Approval 6.30 News Magazine 7.0 Sandy Calling India from Wales: 7.0 Strike a Home Note All dean are given is Ladies Standard Tlnw exlsoe Siang THE INDIAN LISTEN/II B B C PROGRAMMES 7.30 News 7.40 Regimental Salute 7.55 For Forces in India 8.0 Forces' Favourites t 8.45 Variety Bandbox 9.30 News 9.45 Music of East and West Programmes For Royal Navy Overseas 11.0 For South Africans and Rhodesians Music Tuesday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Service 5.30 News 6.0 Travelling Companions 6.30 Topical Talk 6.45 Listeners' Requests t 7.0 Tommy Handley's Half-hour 7.30 News 7.40 Forces' Favourites t 8.30 Vic Oliver in Yankee Doodle Doe 9.0 B B C Northern Orchestra 9.30 News 9.45 Talk: Sir S. Ranganadhan 10.0 Sibelius Symphonic Fantasia t Variety New Zealand Newsletter 11.0 Ulster Half-hour Sports Gazette Wednesday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Service 4.40 Interlude 4.45 Music 5.30 News 5.45 War in the Air: Oliver Stewart 5.55 Interlude 6.0 Music 6.30 Shipmates Ashore 7.0 Sports Gazette 7.15 Starlight: Carroll Gibbons 7.30 News 7.40 Fred Hartley's Music 7.55 Marjorie Anderson Thanks You for Your Letters 8.0 Forces' Favourites 8.30 Music 9.0 Mail Call 9.30 News 9.45 Sa Re Ga of Western Music Programmes Home Flash: Local News, Request Music 11.0 Forces' Favourites t Your Questions Answered Thursday, October f Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Service 4.40 Music 5.30 News 5.45 War at Sea: A. J. Mc Whinnie 5.55 Roland Peachey: Royal Hawaiians 6.30 News Magazine 6.45 Edmundo Ros: Rumba Rhythm 7.0 India Command: Replies to Forces' Airgrahs 7.30 News 7.40 Forces' Favourites t 8.0 B B C Scottish Orchestra 9.0 Dance Music; Requests t 9.30 News 9.45 Talk 10.0 Spanish Music t Programmes Australian Newsletter 11.0 Forces' Favourites t Entertainment Friday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Srevice 4.40 Interlude 4.45 Bandstand 5.30 News 5.45 B B C Northern Orchestra 6.30 Marching On t. w 7.50 News 7.45 Your Questions Answered 8.0 B B C Theatre Orchestra 8.30 Forces' Favourites t 8.55 Football Fixtures 9.30 News 0,45 Talk: Wickham Steed 10.0 Henry Barraud Trio t Programmes Interlude ILO Sandy Calling the Middle East (1.30 Middle East Merry -Go Round Saturday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Service 1.40 Music 1.45 B B C Orchestra 3.30 News 5.45 War on Land: Cyril Falls 5.55 Interlude 6.0 By Way of Music: 7.0 Command Performance 7.30 News 7.40 Newsletter for India 7.45 Forces' Favourite 8.0 Victor Silvester Ballroom Orchestra 1.30 News Programmes Interlude Forces' Favourites t 11.0 It's All Yours: Military Band Sunday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Service from St. Michael's Church Dumfries, Scotland: 5.5 B B C Midland Light Orchestra 5.30 News 5.45 Brains Trust 6.15 Listeners' Requests t 6.30 B B C Northern Orchestra 7.0 Stage Presents 7.30 News 7.40 Forces' Favourites t 8.0 Forces' Favouria t 8.30 Kay on the Keys 8.45 Football Results and Commentary 9.10 Light Music 9.30 News 9.45 Great Dramatists Programmes For British Forces in Malta 11.0 Variety Bandbox Monday, October Headlines and Programme 4.35 Daily Srevice 4.40 Dance Music 5.20 Talk: Gerald Sullen 5.30 News 6.0 Radio Theatre: Shakespeare's Character "Don Armado" 6.80 News Magazine 7.0 Sandy Calling India 7.30 News 7.40 Regimental Salute 7.55 For Forces in Ind a 8.0 Forces' Favourites t 8.45 Variety Bandbox 9.30 News 9.45 India and Four Freedoms Programmes For Royal Navy Overseas South African Newsletter 11.0 For South Africans and Rkode. suns Music se Only a favourite can keep on pleasing the public... week after week... year after year I And TENOR de luxe cigarette has 'box-office' record of continuous satisfaction behind It. 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16 Tuesday, October S8 i.as Headlines and Programmes 1.86 Daily Service 4.40 Music 5.80 News 8.0 Travelling Companions 6.30 Topical Talk 6.45 Listeners' Requests t 1.1 Tommy Handley's Half -howl 7.80 News 7.40 Forces' Favourites t 8.80 Yankee Doodle Doo 9.0 B B C Scottish Orchestra 9.30 News 9.45 Music of East and West Programmes Tra IMAM LIñTT>rNtEll Variety New Zealand Nswslettea Sports Gazette Wednesday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Service 4.45 B B C Scottish Orchestra 5.30 News ARIL INVITED APPLICATIONS FROM MEDICAL GRADUATES FOR EMERGENCY COMMIS- SIONS IN THE INDIAN MEDICAL SERVICE FOR SECONDMENT HE INDIAN ARMY DICAL CORPS Clew Wesmd MR be aeeeedsd le tie rum AYH! ItttlCht ODIN with meetly astir the sinless el Medical Practitioesn. Otdoen se wooedd will telaia la fed all " mewed rights' possessed 4v theta as Milan et the LM.& ea the date of their esoondmen. esr.i a la the sew Indian Aney Medical Corps "re ~Memel seeps 11 i eallea lad hamea of rummy and medicine plus improved facilities for profsssiosal gad seohaial kaiaks, Graduates should avail themselves of lids eaeelleat ~by arts eel imei esed sa Hear` The r`allowiag categories are epee te Medical Graduates tee z=' (a) General Service 1. India and stew (Clans N. M Gemmel ServhFdipdaYMm Ad!Barrios withia Indian limits (Class )). Iles Osareal Heise -Meweah load& Item t -,At the time of appliatloa a candidate ebeisld elide W pieareas 1 6CAL QUALIFICAT1Ot0. A eu tdidsw should have a medial epatlawas wpmiable la Oral WI* and Northern Ireland or an Indian Medical Degree recognised by the Medical Coma of ladle. Raaiiitsred Medical Practitioners holding the qualification d D.M. t I. (Madras). M.C.P. t a. peels). Mid.?. p.asaq, M.S.M.P. Qtty.W r M.l., RS. (Mysore and Osmania UslvrelWs) or approved bneuaatieaa are also esaeldaett ~dates wet be it fir active military duty sad tbdr area *paid set ~Madly mewl 43 years. AlI1IPAT'L Reckoning tie pay sal pis n le alt yes aad d& easy ter ~shad I expidteese, Whet Teal. Realism ad b Mal apod.r..i. Aemdale mhos Beet At perp«ee it weak and pep f es dam et tot appei.i.n.a RATES OF PAY, A'' Q.AIS lirktld. This ekes provides fw general ~hoe mad 6a opps~ty Sr service everssea, plus excellent possibilities of prosetioa. Rising from Rs. 451 pee month far lieutenant be Re. 1,251 per month for I3eut-Colear:. t i ' E.AIS II1VI(= This Aare is for service within!molten limits. Maximum promotion I. this Close is to the rank of Captain. Rising from Rs. Moo per month for lieutenant to Rs. US per mouth for Captain. SPECIALISTS. Candidates appointed as recognised Specialists must accept A' Class Service and are gives the acting rank of Major with the pay of that rank plus Rs. 1N as specialist pay. Graded Specialists draw Specialist Pay of Rs. MN without the acting rank. CHARGE OR COMMAND PAY s from its. 0s to Rs. Sob p.m for.boers holding certain specified appointments. OUTFIT ALLOWAN(Z of Rs. rid on first appointment ADVANCE OF PAY up to Rs. $11 es first appointment SEPARATION ALLOW AMR& Travelling allowances ;and leave orsoesdw as for other officers be the Indian Army. OVERSEAS PAY a Under the existing less overseas pay admissible to the I.M.S. Officers (Medical Graduates) varies from Rs. 1S0 to Rs. did p.m. GRATUITY. Rs. *,bob K Rs. 1,ON at the end of first year of service a000rding as a candidate obtained his basic medical qualifications before an after let January 1940 respectively, and ow mouth's pay for each sospieted year of service thereafter. DISABILITY, FAMILY and Widows' Peeloss, Chi dres's and ldaoatiosal Allowances as laid down by Regulations for Shod Indian Medical Srvios M ~Mort aid opplemaa Anew ~Is from ti lb Mal e/ di Provincial Medical Deportment (Jrg~Ihno'id Insp ctr-geenn.d of COWM Mospitals) w the Dlr ctr-oennul, Indfaa Medici! Service New Delhi, r from Officers Commanding, Indian Military Loyisa I r tie Dbr/gr or Serdaei. O. H. 0., Now Del Indian Army Medical Corps All times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal & llecteical Recardiag ho 5.46 War in the Air: Oliver Stewart e.5 Music 8.80 Shipmates Ashore 7.0 Sports Gazette 7.15 Starlight: Charlie Run: 7.30 News 7.40 Fred Hartley's Music 7.55 Marjorie Anderson Thanks You for Your Letters 8.0 Forces' Favourites f 8.30 Music 9.0 Mail Gall 9.30 News 9.45 Sa Re Ga of Western Music Programmes Hotite Flash 11.0 Forces' Favourites t Your Questions Answered Thursday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Srevicr 4.45 Variety Bandbox 5.0 News 5.45 War at Sea: A. J. McWhinnie 5.55 Jack Leon Orchestra 6.30 New Magazine 6.45 Accent on Rhythm 7.0 India Command 7 30 News 7.40 Forces' Favourites 8.0 B B C Scottish Orchestra 8.30 Entertainment 9.0 Dance Music: Requests 9.30 News 9.45 Talk 10.0 Poulin Trio t Programmes Aust rattan Newsletter 11.0 It's All Yours: For Ships At Sea Sportsmen's Corner Friday, October Headlines and Programmes 9.35 Daily Service 4.4o Music 5.30 News 8.15 B B C Orchestra 6.30 Marching 7.0 Strike a Home Note: From Scotland '7 nit 'e.., 7.45 Your Questions Answered 8.0 B B C Theatre Orcbestea 8.30 Forces Favourites t 855 Football Fixtures 9.30 News b 45 1%orld Affairs: Wickham Steed 10.0 Czech Folk Songs t Programmes Sandy Calling the Middle East Middle East Merry -Go -Round Saturda, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Daily Service 4.40,Music 4.45 B B C Scottish Orchestra 5.30 News 5.45 war on Land: Cyril Falla 6.0 By Way of Music: :.0 Conunand Performance 7.30 News Newsletter for India 7.45 Forces' Favourites t 8.0 Dancing Time: 9.0 Out of the Blue: For R.A.F. Oversee* 9.30 News 9.45 The Debate Continues 10.0 Russian Opera t Programmes Forces' Favourites 11.0 It's all Yours: Sunday, October Headlines and Programmes 4.35 Feast of Christ The King: Roman Catholic Service 5.5 B B C Revue Orchestra 5.30 News 5.45 Brains Trust 6.15 Listeners' Requests f 6.30 B B C Northern Orchestra 7.0 Stage Presents 7.30 News 7.40 Forces' Favourites 8.0 Palestine Hall -hour t (iramoahopa r+wo3'de.

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19 I SHALL attempt in this talk to',l, describe the causes of feelings of - inferiority THE INDIAN LISTENER Complex inferiority which individuals experience and the manifestations In' behaviour and personality that they; lead to. Feelings of inferiority are z quite common in normal individuals' people, who needlessly feel inferior but are particularly so in those, "on account of their 'size, frequently suffering from,neurosis or-, nervous 'exhibit extravagant gaits and pos - disorders and in some of the cases 'tares in order to gain attention and of insanity. 1 ut apart from, the '. One would imaginees at nervous and he insane, inferioritylneo le endowedd. with tallness would wtould feelings are often present in indivi '.ertainl not feel inferior but I recall duals, who are otherwise. normal, to; retired Irish Indian Civ'1 Servant such an' extent that they cause them!( in London measuring 6 feet 4 in - immense unhapniness or miss -v ( lles who told me frankly that as a Such an individual feels that he does',young man he was intensely ashamed not count for much. He has fe_l ne. Of his tall and well-built figure and of inadequacy, inefficiency and lack that he would stoop very much In of power. i I á -1 g arder that people may not notice The inferiority feelings may be dependent upon a constitutional charact:ristic in persons who, because of some inherent peculiarity. always consider themselves incapable of meeting the situation in which -actually their abilities would be entirely adequate. Such a person shows lack of initiative to a pronounced degree. Before starting anything he will think at length of the insurmountable difficulties that may present themselves and of his inability to deal with such obstacles. Even in the face of repeated proofs that having once beeun an enterprise he has shown abilities and powers above the average, he still continues in his feelings of inadequacy. FANCIED SLIGHTS Quite frequently we find that the feelings of inadequacy and inferiority in regard to certa:n qualities are substitute for actual inadequacies along other lines. Such penn'e alto generally suffer from se'f-consciousness. are preoceupi^d with the impression that they are by Dr. K. R. MASANI making on others, are touchy about fancied slights or unduly sensitiv' about the amount of recognition they obtain as they pass through life. Let me now turn to the different causes of inferiority feelings and the different forms they assume. These latter may at once be noticed to be intimately,connected with the feeling of inferiority or may appear at first - sight to have no such connection. A. sense of inferiority 'is caused in all, children by- their helplessness and dependence upon adults. It is, however, likely to be exaggerated in them while- they' gfow up if - they are especially handicapped by such things as want of friendliness in the home circle, by outsiders not giving- them that indulgence which they receive at home, by physical defects, by handicaps of person or intellect re temperamental weakness. In order 'o make ud for the sense of inferiority a person very often puts -forth extra efforts which sometimes result in healthy results but as often lead to unhealthy responses or anti -social behaviour. Short h s markedly tall physique. Let us turn to some other causes for the production of inferiority feelings. One of the m )et outstanding psychological causes is found where a child is denied the love of one or both of its parents or feels that it is so denied. Tht child unconsciously regards the lack of love or attention on the part of its parents as an expression of its worthlessness, and of its not being fit to be lov-d. thus leading to feelings of inferiority. Children and others who are frequently ridiculed, especially in Há ass S as oto end io iheír every y tiont of others, are also prone to suffer from feelings of inferiority, and telling children "You are too young to do this and that" also often leads to the same effect. Pushing the child in his studies, having too high an expectation about his success, by a teacher or a parent are other causes, while constant criticism is one of the most common causes in engendering inferiority feelings, as also attitudes of over -protection on the part of the parents. DISAPPOINTMENT IN LOVE In adults disappointment in love is a very common source of needless inferiority feeling. For example, a man, finding that the object of his love prefers another man, invariably feels that he is inferior to the other man which may be true or not so at all. Similarly when a woman finds a man preferring another woman she often begins to feel inferior. Thus it often happens that outstandingly attractive and beautiful women sometimes have inferiority feelings about their looks or their charm. Repeated failures in getting a job, even '. Of course they're a fine pair! Of course they're always full of energy! Mother sees to it that the food they eat fully replaces the energy they so joyfully squander - she gives them good food deliciously prepared with energising vitaminised Dalda. They are never in any danger of exhausting their energies and undermining their strength, for the extra nourishment and vitamin, that Dalda adds to food makes all the difference to energy and health. Have all your family meals prepared with Dalda - for energy. Dalda makes food taste nicer too. HVM. II2-91i2 when due to social causes such u general unemployment, often makes a person suffer from inferiority feelings which at times lead to a nervous or mental disorder. Let me turn now to come of the deeper or unconscious causes of inferiority feelings. These are mainly of two types; individuals who have an inner sense of guilt for having indulged in various forms of sexuality during their childhood and adolescence frequently suffer from inferiority feelings as they believe inwardly that they were the only ones who did such things and were therefore sinners of the worst type, which engenders the feeling that they are inferior to others. The other deeper factor in the production of inferiority feelings is the factor of repressed aggression, particularly when this is directed against a near and dear one. Such individuals needlessly feel that they are miserable sinners for harbouring unconscious ideas of anger or hatred towards somebody near to. them and, again, they feel that they alone have such bad ideas, whereas if the truth were known almost all normal individuals would eel inwardly or unconsciously so.0o -the individuals In their environment concerned gave cause for such attitudes of resentment or aggression. -roll tsdcdrt from Bombay. DALDA-with its VITAMIN content-helps build strong bodies, replace used energy... Vitaminised Dalda is a pure cooking medium with a high energy -value. When meals are prepared with it, Dalda gives extra energy -value to the food. As so many foods are deficient in vitamin, deficient in energy -value, it is wise to prepare all meals with Dalda-for safety. 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20 THE INDIAN LISTENER,e ( Qí RichmininoFF 4.' The sudden death of Rachmanlnoff came es e profound shock to his almost countless admirers. This great Russian, who was born In Orneg Province of Novgorod in 1873, has been called 'the last of the romantics" His music Is far more akin to that of Brahma than it Is to the National School of Russia In which he studied. He had a fine sense of the Orchestra but he undoubtedly i excelled as a really great writer ''for the Plano, of which he was a ijituoto. It is fortunate that there or edrical recordings of most major works, particularly Concerto form with set as soloist. His art,..w at to live end those :cos N. have the privilege. Isf hearing him illay will still be able to admfitlpand enjoy his own Intorpretatiortf n these records. Some fine éx'amples on HIS 6 1'JRFS VOICE" RACHMANINOFF PLAVINO HIS OWN COMPOSITIONS. Plano Concert. No. I In F sharp miner with Ormendy end Philadelphia Auto. Couplings DB8806-a DIMS -a. r Plano Concerto No. 21n C Minor (Series No.114) with Ormond), and Ph114 Oreh. Auto. Couplings DB P lano Concerto No. 3 In D Minor (Series No with Organdy a, Iledelphle Orch. Auto. Couplings DB58816 and u , Rhapsody on a Theme of Fagsnini (Op. 43) nttto8) with ten, IwItNA and the London Philharmonic O tra..': Auto. Couplings Cl) Prelude In C Sharp Minor (Op. 3 No 21 - B aas' Wedding - Song without words (Menddtaaolte)r. (Op. 47 Ne. 4) DAM{ Prelude in G Mt (Op. 23 No. 10) Prelude In E (Op. 31 No. 3) ' DA1772 Melodic (Op. 3 No. 3) r (al Prelude In F (Op. 32 No. 7)I (b)ip4dt. le.' Minor (Op. 32 N.. 8) DAI7V Etude In C (Op 33 No. 2). ` Etude In E Rat (Op. 33 No. 7),. :` "ta. DAI7M RAC RECORbEQ tompooitions Symphony No. 3 in A Minor (Op M) 4411e-dig erfu No. 362 Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by the Composer. Auto. Couplings and Prelude In G Minor (Op. 23 No. 5) Prelude In C Sharp Minor (Op. 3 No. 2) Molglwlech (PlahO) Prelude in B Minor (Op 32 No. lo) Schareo (Midsummer Night'. Dreams iaendeissohn, arr. RechmanlnotT) C320! Prelude In C sharp Minor, Op. 3 No. 2.iRubinstein) r62e.htesteartists FINEST RECORDING W.j."SúPDC; c CD., LTD., Dum Dim - Bolnbag - Madras - Delhi Its Linen -Leda! TO WHISPER ABOUT.. Do you know that ifs the latest thing in iintimate sanitary protection? That's what they are whispering about wherever women get together. They say it's soft as swansdown ; light.as a feather ; absorbent as a sponge; never chafes; and no revealing tell -tale bulges with Linen- Leda-the safe sanitary protection. STERILIZED SANITARY NAPKINS A NATIONAL DRUG PRODUCT Head Office: 15. Clive St. Calcutta. Chief Agents For N. & S. Indio: H. Datta & Sons t Agencies I Lta. Regal Butldtng. Parliament St. New Delhi. Distributors: For Upper Assam: Planters' Stores & Agency Co. Ltd.. Dibrugarh. For Madras: K. Ramson & Co. ( South India Corporation l Madras 1 Ltd.. 80 Sembuddss St.: Madras. For the Punjab: S. F. Dahl Brother. Commerce House. Lahore. For Ceylon: M. K. SºIdtn & Co. 28, Rifle St.. Colombo. WITH OR WITHOUT 1 LOOPS; LLK 2 When writing to advertisers, Please mention THE INDIAN LISTENER

21 GOD'S GUIDANCE.-J. F. C. Reynolds. NO one knows how lasting or what actually the effects of this war may be, but we can have some ideashortage of food and the necess.ties of lice, loss of opportunity of development and happiness, and also the grief and the memories which so many of us will hold in our hearts. All these things must not be alowed to happ_n again; and, while the war will De follow -d by as just a peace as human nature can devise, as also by far-seeing p.ans for our future, all these, at the b_st, are merely man-made projects and endeavours. 1 see no hope, however, of our doing better in the future than in the past because we have no reason to expect human nature by itself to make some great change of heart in the next few years. But styli, the growing disgust with the conditions or today to be sound amongst so many pr.ople may be the spirit or God moving within us, and it is only to Him that we can look fur that guidance which alone, with any satisfaction, can direct us. It will still be the evil things that we will be fighting against: the same selfishness, the same untruthfulness and dishonesty, the same indifference to, and even willingness actually to profit by, the surferings of others-and while at some distant date we know that right will finally prevail, are we sure that we can reach this end by ourselves? Let us, then, regard ourselves as dedicated to the task which lies before us, bearing in mind that if we would only accept God's help and guidance we would succeed. -Broadcast from Trichy. MACHIAVELLI'S CULT OF POWER. -E. J. Bingle. 1`HE name of Machiavelli came to be associated with the cult of power, with the use of dubious methods to secure political ends. That is not wholly correct. Machiavelli was a sincere and, in some ways, a highminded idealist. He dreamt of a united Italy. The Italy he knew was divided between warring states, was ravaged by the invasion of warlike foreign nations. How could Italy be free? Only by the polit.cal methods which had succeeded in other countries. These he summed up as force and fraud. Italy must be strong; Italians must fight their own battles and get rid of the foreigner; they must not let foreigners do their fighting for them. Nothing must stand in the way of th.s aim, no consideration of religion or ethics. /Any price was worth paying for a strong united Italy. Dishonesty, deception; terrorism and treachery were the weapons of the politician; they were justified by the end they serv,.d, by the results they secured. What Machiavelli meant was summed up by another Italian politician, Cavour, who played a leading part in the ynification.of Italy in the 19th cetitery. "If we did for ourselves", said Cavour, "what we do for our country, what rascals we should be". -Broadcast from Madras. THE AGRICULTURAL PROBLEM -Peem Chand THE solution of the agricultural problem lies in oo-operation. But the people must be educated so i`f IivSiiAiv f.ikténélt Points from Talks that they may understand and appreciate the benefits of co-operation. Stress has so far been lied on the cr..oit side of the movement. It should now be shifted to the noncredit side, for the problem of indebtedness can only be solved if the income of the agriculturist is increased through better farming and better business. For this we need a more cordial relationship between the State and the farming community organized in co-operative societies. The State must assume the dual role of an enlightened landlord and of a g..neral guardian and guide in the field of economic activity. The view maintained by some pessimists that the effect of agricultural improvements will nut last tong owing to the rapidly increasing population of the country need not damp our spirits.-broadcast from Lucknow. I IT'S BETTER TO HAVE LOVED... -Tara All Haig. LIKE many phrases that can compress an emotion, capture a thought and present it hice a dehydrated potato to oncoming generations, a bon mot tends to lose a lot of flavour. The point is that gems of thought can become so well -thumbed that it is hard to see the original meaning under the grimy cover of long usage. Also such a quantity of. dehydrated thought can be shipped in one cargo. What did Tennyson mean when he said, "It's better to have loved and lost'.'" I can't help thinking his was a shallow, possessive attitude. For surely to love, implies not necessarily a reciprocation of that love in which case,.the question about not loving at all, does not arise. For no human soul can be so barren that it has not loved even within the narrow. (physically) or wide (m..taphysi cally) confines of the heart.. Or again, if you have truly loved, that love, by no agency human or divine, can really be lost. So by sifting it down, it would appear that Tennyson addressed his stanzas to those who by a narrow possession of the beloved can claim to have loved. And if human nature is any yard stick by which to measure man, the possessor is more or less bound by the very fact of determining to p-..- sess, to lose.-broadcast from Bombay. MEIN KAMPF.-The Rev. H. D. Northfield. PERHAPS, of all 'books produced in prison Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress is the greatest. Yet there are others that vie vvith it in their influence upon the d.stinies of mankind. Of these probably the most widely known at the present day is Hitler's Mein Kampf written in a German fortress aftea the failure of his first att-mpt to seize power in Munich in It was fortunate for Hitler that the Bavarian authorities of the time could not foresee the future, otherwise they might have treated thh former house - sant.room, plenty of writing material, and could see his friends as oft -n as he wished. In these circumstances, so much more convenient than Bunyan's, a great genius might have. produced a marvellous work of art which would be the admiration of succeeding generations. Not so Hitler. His book is one of the most difficult in the world to read and understand, not so much owing to the profundity of thought as to the disjointed and. chaotic. style. One is left with the impression of a remarkable man with remarkable ideas, but not granted the gift of clear and continuous exposition.- Broadcast from Dacca. painter and army corporal more severely. As It was he had a plear -v m k (x/a4tes aaés~ <<, TREAT THEMWITHCARE Ma` O.. ai. :... n: NM ty,lya 1, Ni v'14/13' I /1... When the inside of a petroleum container starts to rust, that con. tamer is soon useless External rust too can rum it. Packages should ' be scrupulously protected against moisture, and should never be left without an efficient closure. When possible they should be stored in a dry room and when this is not possible they 'should be protected from exposure. Today, oil containers of various kinds form one of the lifelines of the industrial war effort, because without them it is not possible to distribute oil. Most of the steel which in peace time was used to make containers is now required for the manufacture of ships, tanks, guns, and other war material. 4. A 1PURNAN-fNLLL AMMOUMCLMLM= K M

22 FL E. Sheil% ABDUL'.1 5. LEM All Fin. once Minister,.audi who A,abia recently broadcast a talk from 4,11,,,ve: I hosc o ho utrk part in A 1 si Lahore's play "Mujassama Saz". Left: PHATIK SAHA, a Violinist of A I R Dacca..115 Right: INDIRA DEVI, announ cer of Bengali p ogrn mmes at A I R Calcutta. years in a Gond village" from Bombay Right: 21,11,1 (top) and GIRI, who will bruudcan duets Ts from on octo. Mad. ber talk "Twelve Left: SHAMRAO HI VALE', who is working among the Gonds and recently broadcast a on 1 yt Left: - Those who took part in the Onam Day programme 'at A I R Madras. 1,JA

23 DELHI metres (886 kc/s) 8.0 JOGIA 8.30 LISTEN TO THIS 835 BHURI BAI Langer Kakarya 8.45 NABI JAN: Dadra Ab xhikwa-i-junun DELIII!Cloyed Tod. no gham-i-dard-i-sar mujhe 8.55 APARNA ROY: 9.0 NASIRUDDIN Balam harjai re Thump Ko, ab tujh se arzu r nahin 9.10 BHURI BAI: Dadra ai jhum bar har su sahab aye Omar sawan ki 9.25 NABI JAN Shokhi ne ten kam kiya ik Mph men Koi ummid bar nahin ati 9.35 APARNA ROY Ae matwale to bosh men a Gut To pe najan jivan warun e GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 10.0 NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 NA,IRUDDIN: Dadra INSTRUMENTAL TRIO A I R ARTISTS. p.m. YUAN.,MISSION II 12.0 USTADI GANE f 1.0 "YOU ASKED FOR IT" (48) f Devised and compered by MELVILLE de MELLOW Greenwich Time Signal at 1.3o p.m YOU ASKED FOR IT (Contd.) t 2.0 Close down 5.0 BHURI BAI Ae nainan lade Ab o bar ber 5.15 NASIRUDDIN Khayal Bhimpalasi Vilambit Khayal Bhimpalasi Deus Ham pardesi log Tirann Bijhan ut parin jab woh muqabil se utha 5.25 NABI JAN. Zakhmi jigar kar dara Dadra Hal chal machi hui ha jnbsn-i-khareb men 5.35 APARNA ROY Mane chakar rakbo ji 5.45 RAG RAGNIAN t 8.0 NASIRUDDIN: Dadra Dard minnat leash -i -dawn as boa 6.10 BHURI BAI: Thumri Dil wok abad nahin jismen tin yad nahin 6.25 Master JEEVAN Bhajae; Gast Clarionet recital 630 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.55 APARNA ROY: 7.0 NABI JAN Jae bare pia kaun Thumri CATIIEIfA*, tlotdbeb lb ZAHEER NIAZ BEGI, who recently recited his own poems at A I B Peshawar. 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Gut Bhajee Dholak ka Gees 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 9.45 Close down FILMI GANE t 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pushtu) Da khattako goda: AZIZULLAH AND PARTY; Da Mums Sondare; MOBIN KHAN: De beltana n kbabar no wuma, ma wail dunya ba pa ma tal abada Ovina; HABIB JAN t: Rash. tasha aahna-gut; KHANZADA: Bel.una domra de gharib!tram; Sanada: GULMEER; Market rates and nut day's programme summary; GUL RAHIM: Da khpale khwakhe FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) MOBIN KHAN: Arh:gae me pa rani skro guaso bya-rubai; Mata maaloom shoo mahabbat be da japan kbwaga-gbasal; AZIZULLAH AND PARTY: Da khattako gada pa dhol, surna au binbaja; KHANZADA: Beltm da gharuno pa ear raghe: De &liana Tappe: Chishti Khwaja Sahib Sul.ana-Lobha; Asia da Japanyano da: "Pa Japan donan" (º): MOHAMMAD SAMIN JAN KHAN; BEGAM JAN: (Kohat): Da husan taj d rakhkara rho-tappe da sos; MOBIN KHAN: Khog da misa Unsex sahib Ja bar de--charbaita 2.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 5.0 QEHWA-KHANE MEN 5.30 FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtti) AZIZULLAH AND PARTY: Da khattako goda pa dhol sarna au binbaja; MOBIN KHAN: Cham de latan wafadar de -Tapp. da Sets; Batak soil Kane ta za lata n yama ghwara-charbaita; Czechoslovakia: Jana Zpale msake (º): Talk by Mian ZIAUD DIN; SABZ ALI t: Makes papiha alto baqa-gest; KHANZADA: Hai toba sha da kamaslo da murawwat na-rubai, Khudaya nasib me kre didar da Rasool-i-Madani -Naatia Chasm; Khattak dance: AZIZULLAH AND PARTY; Dwa dostan rea ganro ke: Humorous dialogue between QAZI SAHIB and HIDA- YAT KHAN; MOBIN KHAN: Yau margha da pasa raghe zoma laala-boddala; KHANZADA: Mumma praigda takabbur khushe khayamona- Neemakai; Tomorrow's programmes. 645 TOPICAL TALK 6.55 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 GHULAM FAREED Naar; I,hq ka ejaa sajdon men nihae rakhta hum main Barbadi-e-ma pun aran seen ligare Ghaset 7.45 JANG KI RAFTAR Fortnightly review of current events: Talk la Hindustani by ALLAH BAKHSH YUSUFI 8.0 PESHAWAR RADIO ORCHESTRA: Puri. 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24 BOMBAY metres (1 31 kc/s) 8 0 GAT JOGIA ON SITAR t R thimat KHAN 8:3o SARASWATIBAI FATERPEKAR Phule ban tau Hasdo; Colaba Time Signal at 845 a.m NEWS IN MARATHI 9.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 9.10 TOMORROW 9 15 HARIPADA GHOSH Sarod recital 9.30 SINDHI SONGS t 9.40 KRISHNARAO CHONKAR Kahe na man tun 10.0 C1ole down p.m. TRANSMISSION U GEET t NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.0 MILE JULE GANE t AVINASH VYAS: Gori gori Radba gori BOMBAY Peabha Gujarati Ge, SUMATI DARU: Page ghungur jhankar Gujarati Cr JUTHIKA ROY: Mose kaha na jae Bhai ANIL our APARNA: Nainon x naio mica le Du. K. C DEY: Dilsg ek aah uthi Ghaao Master. MADAN: Man ki man ma hi rahi SHEILA SARKAR: Kahin Shalt, on Rage Jana Bhaja VINODINI DESAI: Chal nav hakaru Bhaegr J. L RANADE: Bhulawila maza Dv lasara Pa, 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR 'MUSIC t LONDON PIANO ACCORDEON BAND With a smile on our lips Connor and Lisbon I hear blue birds Woods and Tob Turn your money in your pocket Brow Behind the clouds Da Syr By the wishing well Kennedy and GI, When shall we two meet again Renne Am I for you Bane,. "BRITAIN TO AMERICA" National Service Entertainment recording 6.0 RAMNATH B. MATHKAR Salons re yeh balam Yama, Aaj raung nun e, 5 30 JAL1 ARANG SOLO Nun Gauri 6.40 G. M. PANDIT Tyajuni eta javu oaks Pahu ohala kanha Par. Rusa mi kaay bala 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.0 SATURDAY AT SIX Topical entertainment in Marathi 640 NEWS. IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 KRISHNARAO CHONKAR Ti.atb ko cab phire Titak-Kamod Ma kasa baai - ha Brijlal Pad 7.15 VARIETY t SATIIRDAY, OCTOBER 16 BELA RANI: El gori hun main elori char; Dadra SATYA CHOWDHURY: Prabhujl kato maya jal PANNA: Kabhu na dekhli sepaowa Purim Geet SATYA CHOWDHURY: Prabbup kam maya jal 7.30 G. M. PANDIT Sangin tav matela jhu at Radha sang.45 NEWS IN MARATHI 55 NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.5 HARIPADA GHOSH.arod recital 20 WAR COMMENTARY I B C recording 1.30 RAMNATH B. MATHKAR lathe t'1 dhar Shankara LID an ban veil.. 0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI.15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 80 B B C NEWS RELAY 45 "DADAJAN" 'ay in Hindustani by SHAFIQUR RAHMAN: resented by A 1 R ARTISTS 1.15 SARASWATIBAI FATERPEKAR khi man lage on Bagashri or hi ham hun C.45 Close down BOMBAY 2 Pad m. TRANSMISSION I m -tree (4,880 kc/s) 0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY I 5 GUJARATI SONGS t 15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY 1 50 SARASWATIBAI FATERPEKAR kind 10 to 10.0AS IN 10 Close down.m. TRANSMISSION II metres (7,240 kc/s) 1.30 to 2.30 AS IN BOMBAY 1.36 Close down metro (6,085 kc/s).0 to 6.0 AS IN BOMBAY 1..0 MESSAGES FROM INDIAN ROOPS.corded messages from Indian troops in tfe idd e East to their relatives in Western and antral India 15 KRISHNARAO CHONKAR 'mala:ya bhavana kamalvar pala Giridhari bathe Pa.,.30 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL metres (3,365 kc/s) 7.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS 7.45 STRING MUSIC Dhun Tilang 7.55 THUMRI Piki boli na bol 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY FOR THE FORCES 9.30 HARIPADA GHOSH Sarod recital 9.45 to AS IN BOMBAY Close down TOLl6N BEANO/ :5 NOT AN EXCUSE. You can look smart and refreshed as he, if you use Shav-O-Kleen. It's economical -no Brush, Soap, hotwater: No more lather trouble and shave irritation. Rs. g/- per Jar at all Chemists & Stores. Sots Distributors:- INDO FRENCH TRAD- ING CORPORATION, 38s, Hornby Road, BOMBAY. All times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal rr 8.0 SHUDH-SARANG 18na rou,n Scrod: Atop and Gat BISHWANA CHAKRAVARTY CA LC UTTA C. M PANDIT, a new artist of A I R Bombay who ai! be on the err today. CALCUTTA metres (780 kc/s) 7.25 INDUBALA Aj badala jhare Bhairaes NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 HARINDRANATH CHATTO- PADHYAYA # Kahe banco jhuthi batiyan Bh"iravi Jo darash uuhe Prabati Sur 8.30 RABINDRANATHER CAN t Rangiye diye go: RABINDRA M. BOSE; Ogo amar chin: RAJESWARI BASUDEVA; Himer rate oi: RABINDRA M. BOSE; Oi manner w r: K \DHARANI t45 READINGS From Sreemat Bhaguat Creta Ra' Saheb NAREN ROY 9.0 JITEN DASGUPTA 9.30 Close down p.m. TRANSMISNION II IT IS ALL YOURS t Se'cetion from requests (Compered by VAN MITCHELL) 1.0 LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA t 1.20 EGMONT OVERTURE N. B. C. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 1.40 YOU ASKED FOR THESE t SHAILA DEDI: A akhe Je baytha; SACHIN DEVAVARMA: Malaya chala dhire; CHAMEL' GHOSH: Sedin akashr chile chard; HEMANTA MUKHERJEE: Paradesh, kotha lao; jlrr1h ;A ROY: Amar e bha'o bolts; SANOSH SENT GUPTA: Amar e bhalo hanha; KHITISH BOSE and MINATI GHOSH: DaduºNatal (Part and º) 1.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 YOU ASKED FOR THESE (Cor.td.) CHAMELI ROSH: Tumi ki bojhana prix: BHARATI BOSU MA.IUMDER: Jago nirupama; PANKAJ MULLICK: Ei chandini jamini; SUPRITI GHOSH: Prio tomar khela ghare 2.80 Close down 5.0 TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS CEETALI t Thar jhar jhar: MALTNA BOSE;. Kohl re ore honer: ANUPAM GHATAK; Swapane jagia ''&VITA RASGUPTA 5.10 MANDOLIN: Sandhiprakash Raga SUREN PAL 5.20 GEETIGUCHCHHA t RAMALA MAZUMDER: Richhs saki jar; ANUPAM GHATAK: Madhabi utala bay; RENUKA SEN: Tamar dean S Electrical Recording s 5.30 VIOLIN: Sandhiprakash Rags BIJAY DE 5.40 SONG OF ATULPRASAD Se dale more DWIJEN CHOWDHURY 5.50 BHABGITI AND BHAJAN Bhulayeehha man zakaths; Amare chakar adds* o MÍRA GHOSII 6.0 BIN AYBHUSHAN GUPTA Radhika kankan marl Thum.{ Raj;ni gandha sudhay ddhtaik 6.15 SAFDER ALI KHAN Sarangi:.flap and Gay: Puna 6.4C FOR INDUSTRIAL AREAS (Hindustani) 7.0 TALK IN BENGALI 7.15 SONGS OF RABINDRANATH $ Ogo ghum bhangan'ya; Pagal haoyar badal dine; Saghana gahana rati HEMANTA MUKHERJEE 7.30 JALDHAR-KEDARA Sarod: 11ap and Gat BISHWANATH CHAR R'WARTY 7.40 MUSIC ON DISCS 8.0 RECITATIONS FROM RABIN- DRANATH BIRENDRA KRISIINA BHADRA 8.15 PADAVALI KIRTAN DHIRENDRACH.ANDR.A MITRA 8.30 CANER DALI t JAGANMOY MITTRA: Prio hate prlo-taxi UMA DATTA: Aro gun; JAGANMOY MITTRA Tomar matan; IJMA DUTTA: Tumi apatite 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.1 BENGALI NEWSLETTER Relayed from London 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.46 TOPICAL TALK Or LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA } For your delight E. Costae Dance in the twilight Last love romance 10.0 ALBERT'S SISTERS Me and my gar; Out of this world; Three dreams; The ady who didn't believe in love; Silver wings; Indian shores: Moonlight becomes gout Medley VICTOR DEY: (Pianoforte) I guess I'll have to dream the rest of fife) Star: Asap aur Cat: Jaunpuri "Darling, Jeroasem, Beavcoup" 9.15 KIIAYAL Medley of popular tunes Vi'awh,t sur Drut: Bhairon Koyal bole eri mayi; Dhau dhan mural Krishna Aturar BINAY BHUSIIAN GUPTA Par' CALCUTTA 2 E.m. 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25 8.0 HASNI (Patiala) Naina de mange bhor bhal 5.30 ANWAR BAI (Amritsar) LAHORE 276 metres (1,0e6 kc/s) Cars Binati na mane Thumri BAsirer!w D'1 se tern nigah jigar tak atar gal 8 45 FAQIR-UD-DIN Moat aur Gets 8.55 SURINDER KAURs Gut 9.0 BHAIRAVIN SADIQ ALI (Clarions') 8.5 HASNI Akhiyan dabdiyan sadaa Girt Bhaj Res babar Shyam /Bajan 9.15 FAQIR-UD-DIN sur Gast 0.25 SURINDER KAUR Dhalak ka Gott NARAYANRAO VYAS t 9 37 ANWAR BAI Ai daiya bat Asthei Toil 9.50 GHAZAL AUR GEET FAQIR-UD-DIN: Nighabets dar pelt lagi odas baithe pain HASH!: Nain lago ke tur gaya maid 10.0 Close down GEET MALA AUR SAZ f 1.0 PREETAM KAUR, KEHAR SINGH, Master MADAN aur GHAZALEN t 1.40 Close down 5.30 AMAR NATH: Sham ka Rag pain 5.40 HASNI Shyam morí chunariya Mari Jae blayya morí NUMGoss 5.50 FAQIR-UD-DIN. our Qauawli fi 0 ANWAR BAI Khayal Want aur Gad p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 SUR-O-CHHANDA Selection of gramophone records 1.40 ERI MAYKO JANENA: Renzi PARESHCHANDRA DEB 2 0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 BRAJAGOPAL DAS SATURDAY, OCTOBER BHAI CHHAILA: Sarod 6.20 AMAR NATH: Rha,nn 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 8.45 FOR WOMEN Comperes: BIMLA and JAMEELA "Clerk": Play by MAHMOOD NIZAMI 'lalanced diet: Discun'on between BIMLA and IAMEELA; Ap ke pasandeeda eate t: Aorta '.- duniya: Review of women's activities throughout the world: Talk by JAMILA RAFIQ; At our ham: Listeners' letters and rep''es 7.30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE GHULAM JILANI: Recitation from Herr 'QBAL KHATOON: Dholak ka Gsst; Aj kal ke '.a'at: Talk in Punjabi by M. SHAFFI: F'Orn. UD-DIN: Punjabi Gm: IQBAL KHATOON Punjabi Gast; Bazar ke bhao; Punjabi men '-habaren; GHULAM JILANI: Recitatioa Irons Year 3.15 ANWAR BAI Sakhi aj mange! gat ICha}*I Bhopal 9.30 GHAZAL AUR GEET FAQIR-UD-DIN: Bat Will Kamen teuahkl kabhi al: to at thi 9ASNI: He si pardesia 140 AMAR NATH 'Choral Mahar Cane 1.50 TOPICAL TALK 120 NEWS IN ENGLISH 130 B B C NEWS RELAY 145 ANWAR BAI ' Main tae nahin bolungi 1.53 GHAZALEN FAQIR-UD-DIN 7hezd our Cost '0.10 AHMADI KHAN liana on Saraogl '0.20 HASNI Ram kare kahin Isaias me stuffiest Meri preet na isrn'n mnhi sw '0.30 ANWAR BAI Chala pardesia DACCA 2571 metres (1,167 kc/s) Chaiti hander alo Ragpradhon Janam maranko athi Bhojan 2.30 "HASIR DHEU" t Comic sketchy 2.45 MAYA SHARMA Ami bhor gagane Modern son Tinhari W mural ehajan 8.0 Clow down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 KHELAGHAR (For children) Pratham bhag f; Galpar asar: RANGADA Dador daptar 5.30 ABDUL HAMID Names rozar phal Islam, Tomi amar Planer )iban Ababa' 5.45 YOUR FAVOURITE TUNES t VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA: Th. b ue Danube Waltz NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Moonlight sonata: Sonata pathetique PHILAI.`"I.P1tIA ORCHESTRA: Night oe the bare mount. n PHILADFI.P'HA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Ta'es from the Vienna woods 615 MODERN SONGS Tomar saner jharna; Amanda al elo; GAYATRI. ROY 6.30 NEWS IN ENGT,ISH 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS All times are given in Indias $landard Time. THB INDIAN LISTRN111 Pahari Get Thamri Kkammach Muddle hui hai yar ko mehmaa kiy hue Close down 6 45 PARESHCHANDRA DEB Braja bane: mayor Rarpredhan Vahi bhu'ata batiyan Maio 7.0 BURME'E PROGRAMME 7.30 BANGI,A RANGAMANCHER KRAMBIKASH $ (Development of Rngalstage) (31: Sadhara. Rangalayer purnabikaeh; (The full-fledged pub'ir stage) Talk in Bengali by BROJENDRANATI' (SANER TEE t 7 45 MAYA SHARMA Eso mukta benir gang. Modern in: 46 si sanjhki Gss, 9.0 LISTENERS' T.RTTERS R 10 ABDUL HAMID Ma.alre tui man Marthid 9 15 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 8.25 VICHITRA t Se'ection of grnmnntnne reenrds 9 46 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.55 NEWS COMMENTARY (Bengali 9.0 BENGALI NEWSLETTER "elaved from London 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.14 NEWS IN ENGLISH ne GRAMOPHONE REC'ORHS 130 B B C NEWS RELAY 9 45 RADIO SEARCHLIGHT Bringing to the microphone every lortniel "erode who will cornmeal on events and peronalitieu of the day 9.55 TANCHAKR.A DACCA A 1 R ORCHESTRA 10.5 BRAJAGOPAL DAS 'abate agi Kkayl Jaijaieents REKHA 'MTTRA t Ei sudhu dite peri; Mana niye nudist Time Signal LUCKNOW t.tn. TRANSMISSION 'I 8.0 AJ KI BAT MOHAMMAD ZUBAIR AND PARTY metres (1.02! kc/s) Main kya kahoon keh kya nigah-i-binagarmen Joke Ind Taiba mugam un pelt durood aur bai I& am Neal 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAE Aa keh tabla mujhe garar Gass Panghat 8.45 JALIL-UL-QADAR Goes.1; Women's education: Di.cuasion between Flute recital DHANWATI MISRA, DID1, LAKSHMI 8.55 HAMTARAH GHAZALEN MATHUR and SHILVATI KOCHAR; Jant ke HASHMAT BAI (Allahabad): Na samajhne Goof: BISHESHWARI DEVI. 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26 MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) 7.30 SWAGATAM Serasadalanayana-Bilahari-Rupeskat LALITA VENKATARAM (Veena and Vocal) t MAYILE; Tondaranjum; Venukoovutba 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL MADRAS 8.0 B. S. RAJA IYENGAR t Palukavadewira; Srimadadi Tyagataja; Parkela naiya 8 30 R. RAJAGOPALAN Parva ti nayaka-bhauli-adi Sitamma- Vase rata-rupakam Singaravelarai-Dhanyari-Adi 9.0 Close down 1.0 FOR CHILDREN (Tamil) Angum Tgum Engunmanavan, Patin; Pirandanal Kondattam: Kajjrujha Kararudarithu: Part.: "Asattu Suppanum Avan Manaiyiyum": Play Godhumaiyum Vargodhumaiyum: Kathai; Enna Puriyale? 1.40 FILM FARE t 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 FLUTE: A I R ARTIST: Saueti 2.10 R. RAJAGOPALAN Eevasudba-Sahara-Adi Am barach idam ba ras u rat i --Chap A I R INSTRUMENTALISTS Sam ininne Sri-Adi Iniorukanam-Sriraa jani-rupakam M erusamana-maya sal auagaula-adi Anandanadam idum-kedaragaula-a di 3.0 AFTERNOON VARIETY f 3.30 Close down 4.30 FOR CHILDREN (English) Greetings and announcements; Songs and rhymes; Adventure story: (s) Uncle Handel, a piano and the alphabet B; Birthday greetings 6.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t BOSTON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA: Entry of the Boyards March NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: Select tions from Noel Coward's "Bitter Sweet" SANDY MACPHERSON (Cinema Organ): Roses of Picardy Haydn CARROLL GIBBONS (Pianoforte): Smoke in your e tl gets Jerome Kara LISTENERS' REQUESTS 6.30 LEO FILMS ORCHESTRA Swarajati-Behag-Adi Sri Saraswati-Kalyani-Adi Namala-Ritigaula-Adi Mandiramavada-Kann da -AN Anandam-Desiya Tod,-Adi Om amasivaya-yaman 6.15 VARIETY f 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 HIRA BAI BARODEKAR t Vuh Ruk se Gaya; Path pankajathi jab; Kadintha Vareen; Dhin Gat 7 0 A. V. CHELLAMMAL Ramaravikula-Bh airatrin-adi Andavane--Shan m ukha pri ya-ru paka. Teruvadeppo-Kh a mas-adi Adumdeivan-Khambh o ji-adi rl saitiisday, OIITOED1oi YS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 MUSURI SUBRAMANIA IYER R. K. VENKATARAMA SASTRY (Violin) TANJORE NARAYANASWAkQ Pll.LAI (Mridsngaml VILVADRI IYER (Ghatam) 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 MORE FREEDOMS (1) Freedom from "Education": Talk 10.0 A. V. CHELLAMMAL Mayetvamyahi-Taraagini-Adi Kalitira-Todi-Adi Intasowkhyaman-Kapi-Adi Muktialikkum-Kursa ji-ckapl MADRAS metres (4,920 ke/s) 7.30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS NEWS IN TEI.UGU 7.50 K. ASWATHAMMA t Priyn Babo; Bharati poraye; Pandarisha Deva 8 0 to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (7,270 kc/s) 1.0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS FLUTE: A I R ARTIST: Todi 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 to 3 30 AS IN MADRAS Close down TRANSMISSION Ill metres (6,150 kc/s) 4.30 to 6.15 AS IN MADRAS LOKAVARTA News -talk in Malayalam 6.22 KALACHAKRA News -talk in Kannada 8SOto7.0ASIN MADRAS I 7.0 YUDDHAGATI News feature in Telugu 7.10 FOR THE VILLAGES (Telugu) Ma abbayi: Song; Sias samrakahana: Dialogue Kanuga chetlu vati upayogamu: Talk 7.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) On items of topical and general interest; Water level readings; Market rates 7.45 to 9.16 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 kc/s) 9.30 R. N. TAMPI (Veen) t pahiparvatha; rakshitha 9.46 to 10.0 AS IN MADRAS EUGENE LOCK Skylark March and Carmichael Ain't got a dime to my name Austin Herrick am Mafia Honeysuckle rose Rasa( Wally, Everything I love Cole Porte: CINEMA ORGANIST AND DANCE MUSIC t Introducing REGINALD DIXON, HORACE FINCH, REGINALD FOORT and SANDY M&CPHERSON \tstthct ALWAYS. INSIST UPON B RAND FOOD PRODUCTS HONEY -FRUIT SQUASHES -FRUITSYRUP -JAMS -JELLIES - MARMALADE- CHUTNEES- PICKLES -VINEGAR- ETC. 411 limns tra given b Indian /tanslasd Tosts IVAN71-B-AGfA'J8 á STOCK/$T$ ` \ KASHMIR APIARIES - - JAMMU (TAWR Mom Rimml lam.:raafai`'r airsr 7.45 MUSICAL YRELUILIS Andadimaikonda panne 7.60 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 ARUNACHALA Bandana! Tahtikkuulai Aearamudaleea Lod peered TRICHY 396 meros (758 kc/s) /Wow MUDALIAR + Ta.arase as Tirnppuaa n.3o T. D. SANKARA IYER (ViolTral Enn.nmum Dauarandha.: Enraikku sivakrip.d Mukha.' Muthu kumanyyaar laakarabharnna.- Tiruvotriyur Atasa 9.0 Close down n.m. TRANSMISSION II VISVANATHAN Adiyapadattal "do sodanai Mane unal Oho ka'ame Aradanam kandapede 1.30 NEWS IN ENGT.TSH 1 40 GUESS THE VOICES t 'l o NEWS IN TAMIL aa Armtee Bernd, Ham'aaana Sabana Kamalamaaohar 9..5 T. D. SANKARA IYER (Violin) pkkalattilum vavakar pakgham cntrur.i vediyaa vtanasitmal undo R.0 S. VTSVANATHAN ^ompositios of Muthu Tand:var Nrittam: dum,sararaa ri-adi tíanvadiru-aadholikr-+tdi Natakarass Mohanam lambed; Avant) Devan-Vijayanagari-JhamN Maya viddai-kharaharapriya-adi Iasi sumakka-manirangu-chaps Amhara Chidambara-Surati-Ihampe 5.40 AZHAGAR ANDADI VILAKKAM Exposition in Tamil by T. AIYENPERUMAL KONAR; Devotional songs 6.0 FOR THE FILM FAN t "ASOK KUMAR": Manila valvinil "AN.ANTASAY.AN AM" : Adavargal "KRISHNA PIDARAN": Kannamani "CHANAKYA": Endaneram tanilum "SATIS.UK ANY A" Manamohana radii "CHOKA MELAR": Manamirangayo "PATTTN ATTAR": Cherdur endivela "KRISHNA PREMA": Gokula vihari murael "APNA CHAR": Nachath aya "LAGAN": Kahe ko rar machayi 6.40 FOR THE VILLAGES Partharulvai; Forest exploitation: Talk In TamB by V S. KRISHNASWAMY; Aingaran sodat-sn: K ummi paten: Kertaya Sangati; M. M. DA.NDA- PANT DESIKAR t 7.15 BOOK REVIEW (Tamil) 4. RAMA IYER 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7 45 to 9.15 AS TN MADRAS MAYA BANERTI t 420 NEWS TN ENGTTSH 0.30 B R C NEWS RELAY 4.45 RArAMAT.A.S t TO R. PATT AVM AT. : Alamamanttin ARTYARTIDT RAMANUJA AYYANGAR Avananri or anuvtmf 10 0 KANNAN BATA LTLATGAL P,xrerntº from Ananta Rharati's opera: Presented by RADIO VADYA GOSHTI ADDITIONAT` COTTTH INDIAN SERVICE metres (9 Ann kc/s) 41 o PALT.ADAM SANJEEVA RAO (Flute) t naramukbamenayya Kanaaraprfya 4.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH NEWS -REEL TN TAMIL 4O CIIOODAMANI + nesereaamudan; Devi Sri: Ttmsata ange; -mars ianaka: Tinna; ninaindn: Saravanabhava n A. V. SAROJA: Violin i 30 " Close down n.m. TRANSMISSION II metres (11,790 kc/s)?.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 5 NEWS IN TELUGU 210 SONGS FROM THE SCREEN `STVAR AVT": Vallalaippadum `DEVAKANY4": Sridharan And 'VANAMOITINT", Nothirai 2.30 A. V. SAROJA: Violin Nadabrahma Innaparamkam Paramapavana 3.0 Close down metres (6,190 kc/s) R.30 K. R AGHAVAN Manasuswadhina Neevadanegana Nadabrahmam Regada Purtti Kalsi Sankarahharanam Samara Balahamae 0.0 A Y R ORI!T-1FSTIlA Sham Kalyan; Sindura; Pahari Janjugi 915 K. RAGHAVAN Taneyuni Teratiagavadha 9.45 A T R ARTIST (Veena) Bhavanuta Sandehamu Bhairaoia Coudipanta Mohanam Ramapriyr 100 K. ASWATHAMMA + Panchabana; Ha Priya; Sri Ramachandra; Deena Pala 1015 SHANTA APTE t ArareSlndho Kann.; Sankaranai; E "TOOFAN QUEEN": Mars se "SUMATITI": Jeevamemohini Karam Karn "SOLAMELAR": Masamirangaye I 1lhrdsl temdlie t (%*arrroniamte retwesis lirsera,. TáQ

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KHAN am MUNNI DEVI Him turn donors khel rahe hair jiwan ka fk khhel nirala 5.55 RAMZAN KHAN Ae but-i-kahr lariat banda tin main hi to hure 6.0 FILMI GEET t 6.15 KHURSHID BAI Khayol Barra: Vilambit aur Droll 6.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTAN 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEM.,NTS 6.55 L. C. MATHUR Gar tujh men hai wafa to jala-kar kaun haf 7.0 RAMZAN KHAN Thumri; Bbar alma' tujhko m dekhlta kabhl darte darts llelhi Gass 5.10 RAMZAN KHAN Thumri 5.20 L. C. MATHUR Main ne jo hijr dekha, main ne jo gham uthaye All times are given in Indian Standard jyyy rim await DELHI RADIO ORCHESTRA Hanrkinkins 7.25 G. A. KHAN Sarmastion men ruh-i-jawani ktubal gel 7.30 JAWAB MEN Élb11TDAY, OCTOBER 17 Listeners' letters and replies by PAYAMI 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS "Tara Chand": Swang by BHARAT CHAND AND PARTY; Dehati Saz: LACHI-H our NANAK; Khabaren am bhao 8.30 NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAMMES 8.35 DO KANRE KHURSHID BAI: Bageshri Kann, RAMZAN KHAN: Naiki Kaere 8.50 MUNNI DEVI Kahte hairs sum ko bosh nahin iztrab men Bhajaa 0.45 LIESL ST. AY: Pianoforte recital P.;ETHOVEN Trio in 1) Major Opus 7o No. r t YEHUDI MENUHIN (Violins HEPHZIBAH MENUHIN (Pianoforte) MAURICE EISENBERG (Cellos RAMZAN KHAN Thumri; Char to donon pm hair lekin mulogatea kahan 1045 KHURSHID BAI: Vocal music 11.0' Close down DELHI metres 14,960 kc/s) 8.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 kc/s) 9.25 to AS IN DELHI to INTERVAL metres (7,290 kc/s) to 2.0 p.m. AS IN DELHI Close down metres (6,190 kc/s) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI KHURSHID BAI: Vocal music 8.0 G. A. KHAN Apni ujri hui dunya ki kahani bun main 8.8 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI MUNNI DEVI Kamalya wale Naatia Geet 9.35 G. A. KHAN Mere dil men pa ke jagah ai tern rukh ki jalwa girl rahi Muddat hui ha yar ko mehman kiye hue 0.45 L. C. MATHUR Dadra our Geet 9.55 ABDUL KARIM KHAN t 10.0 KHURSHID BAI Khayal Sahara mar Thumri RAMZAN KHAN: Dadra G. A. 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NATH Pitas rozgar men aran hai kya qarar kya Charol Preetam a ja da. hamare Geer 9.55 PESHAWAR RADIO ORCHESTRA: Mran ki Todi 10.0 ALLAH BAKHSH: Thumri But-i-nau vareada -,-man bawaa-i-sh.kar dorad Camel 1010 ZARTAJ BEGAM Dhoiak ka Goat Close down BAHAR-I-1AGHAZZUL t ~AL: Wol kiss kahr- ada ka muakarana MALIKA PUKHRAJ: Abets jo main at rokeen 1 ALAA r MAHMOUD: Yell baja heir dour -i - sanar ha, VIMLA BAI: Sun choke dastan IN HINDUSTANI 1.0 FOR l'ribal AREAS (Pushtu) l ala wala ºm bat i; Bridal boug prevented by A 1 R WOMEN VOCALIST'S: Accompanied by' PESHAWAR RADIO URUHES'IRA; WALL MOHAMMAD: Da barra wa-yam salsa ha khair shi-tappe; Rashes dil daza sama wokht naubahar de-lobha; Da matlab wena:talk; KALE KHAN: Sta da khaist gulua der di-tappe la Haqiqat; Zulle da shah pa makh khware pa otro tar winama-charbaita 1.40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) 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28 i BOMBAY BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/s) ram. TRANSMISSION I 8.0 VIOLIN RECITAL t Raag 4,aiya BJataal: HUSN LALL 85 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 8.30 MUSICAL VARIETY t Colaba Time Signal at 8.45 a.m NEWS IN MARATHI 9.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 9.10 TOMORROW 9.15 GHAZALEN 9.30 V. A. KAGALKAR Kano p:chakari Bajes mrdang Ab more Ram Allah jane Allah TRANSMISSION II 11.0 * A I R ORCHESTRA Rang Gandhan MALIKA BAI gagluttedw Aaj lava hal hai ya Rah sari mah61 men Ghoul O il l duniya ka bar ek gosha muoawwar ho hchale jhatak ke daman mere dastti-oatawan (:hard 1135se K. H. WAKANKAR Rhor kahin milan Javapºri Krishna word hoy ge BAajan 1165 GAJANAN KARNAD violin recital p.m JUGALBHAI VAISHNAV Kanudo kamangaro Gujarati Geet Ajab bhed.. Cbkha to, IIASANT HORI A I R ARTIST B hanwara re Rindol SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17 Boom Hari DAanar ORCHESTRA NEWS IN MARATHI ir.p e concerto in C Major NEWS IN GUJJARATI Beet hot.. LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA t Eleven Viennese dances Bsathove. 1.0 HIRABAI JAVERI Close down Sheetal so bbag SAJA-Edyaº lbelimarx NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 I.UNCH-HOUR MUSIC t CONCERT ORCHESTRA Suite No. a in B Minor for Flute and String. Bach BRITISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MADE CLEAR-- ir.',r<un U, At last 1 Bloodshot eyes cleared, matle milkwhite -sparkling I One applirat:on of new scientific EYE -GENE brings relief. Fast.. works in seconds I Stainless.. sale u water. Almost instant rest for tired, strained, itchag, smarting eyes. Thoaaaands switching over from boric and other old-fashioned solutions Its 1-19 ama I. Res. 5-4 Large Dittribu'nrs: INTERNATIONAL TRADING COMPANY C, Lohar Chawl, Bombay. EYE -GENE 5.0 KHAYAL SHYAM KALYAN Jiyo mero W Khayal Vilambit Aim tunrhi ko., Drat 5.20 HAMIDI RECITAL Raag Purvi 5.30 K. H. WAKANKAR Kaise ka :se ghar jauo Tan man ki sodh hare Tun vajavi Madhu marl 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 0 SUSHEELA TEMBE $ Nach nach Kanha Shyam Mohana. 645 JUGALBHAI VAISHNAV Pad Blsajas Ram nam no vepar Gujarati Karmu swapoa s Gent Marine pury janm ni prat» DUP. 7.0 MALIKA BAI 7.16 CLASSICAL HITS t 7.30 INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET Raag /a:jaiaanti 7.45 NEWS IN MARATI 7.55 NEWS IN GUJARATI 8.5 TARANA AUR BHAVGEET Na dir dir dir dir tom Tarawa Alo tuayacis daria wee Bhaagnsa 820 IN THE NEWS 8.25 MUSIC 8.30 NEWS POSTSCRIPT Talk in English by R. THAPAR 8.45 LET US PLAY YOU SOME- THING 9.15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH J 30 B B RELAY 9.45 RICHARD ODNOPOSOFF I Violin) STEFAN AUBER ( Cello), ANGELA MORALES tpuno) and THE VIENNA PHILHARMONIC. BOMBAY metres (4,880 kc/s) 8.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY BHAVGEEI' t Bhimpnla; Thumri-Khama, Bhavgeet Ekhan rabe ki Jhara Chameli CALCUTT A CALCUTTA metres (780 kc/s) 7.25 VIOLIN: Bhairavi PARITOSH SEAL 7.30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 GOPAL CHATTERJEE '1.50 1YLI: Khayal Composition of Sadarang Daiya bat dubar bisayee MIRA CHAT LEWES 8.0 SI't AR Mop and Gal: Cali( ALl AHMED) KHAN 5.15 NEWS 1N ENGLISH 8.30 SHISHU MAHAL t Toda Ankhon men floor jism men Wigan ne phir no tuna dard ke Wane ko ['met ka rag sunaja sajan Gant Mago mussy paoyar Bengali Thamri Adkaask "Phalsa Gacnher Jolla": Written by SUNIRM.AL BASO: Produced try NIRMAL BHA!: Presented by AJIT CHATILKJEE AND PARTY 8.45 MIUNALKANI1 GHOSH Jhyemwangit Pasoan prays ar tiara badhana 9.0 VILAMBIT AUR DUNI KHAYAL Jarspues Payelia jhanake mori Shyaw oahin rye BINAPANI MUKHERJEE II 9.15 SAKUL: BAasravi JULHIK MulUILRJLL 9.80 tau 1 A I IONS FROM RABIN- DIlANA1H 1NDU BHUSA.4 SARA 9.45 CLARION ET N. N. MALUMDAK 10.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II CALLING ALL CHILDREN A litre night music Moran SOCIETE DES CONCERTS DE CONSERVA- 815 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY 1 hc.ecuua Irma ltxiawte TOIRE ORCHESTRA (PARISI 8.50 BHAIRON AUR RAMKALI 1,0 1c11.1-,1-MUE HAWAIIAN BAND L'apprenti Sorcier Duke, Bolo Shiv Shiv veal Khay l Bhasroa how :limo memories traste aun si.1) Hari Hari Hari japan* Rasak u 1.x0 JACK H t L 1 ON UKt.HESTRA t 8.80 Close down Jara bewaas: liga rag: St. Wax blues 40 NksbbS L's L'AULISH 1.4u BIMALKUMAII 411AKRA- VAK1h 0.10 to AS IN BOMBAY metres (7,240 kc/s) 11.0 to 2.30 p.m. AS IN BOMBAY metres (6,085 ke/s) 5.0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL 8915 metres (3,365 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.45 AS IN BOMBAY GUJARATI GEET Sristaau rarjantun Jeevan luau aaj janay Kyare bauhe vast 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY HIRABAI JAYERJ Ayo ri jit Ayo at mat 9.80 GAJANAN KARNAD Violin recital 9 50 V. A. KAGALKAR So ja nure ja balms balma balms Mero piya raaiya Chan se ghan Close down Ragakrss w Shaaksn Nspaki.Kaaiada x x wuaucted by UN'Lr. LVM Preheated uy YUS'. t:.hai IERJEE birthday gramme,' and replica to totters; "Might be yours': lte.tues.a t; lee awry 01 We city New York; "Ihe hauusru home": Play; Uueo the dash and the dot. Puzzles 12.0 OLD ENGLISH SONGS (3) by LURNA BUULIUN OOuprataot W ueu to see Campion Follow thy fair sir., Wa.low wwow Anon lhuugh tar Irons lop Philip Rouser 1he summer heats Storm.. amrae. '!he bewildered maid John bralaa, '!be lax with the delicate air Dr. Ara p.m MAREK WEBER ORCHESTRA/ V mums by night Ku/nuts Mwutsght on, the Amer letra. 1x.3u NE 11 WEEK II 1S ALL 'LOURS t Amar byat gane ddkaaaa baudhu atabe Kowa. 1.5u BRIhar NDABANI SARANG Sitar: Asap asa Oat SriAN II RUY x.0 HAKI11A01 SARANG hr, maya paya ese swan Hkaya. MalA Utitl IhKJhh 4.10 MASS Ir's BENGALI 2.16 CsLIALANA PKOBAHA Review co current events tu beugali by G. M RUMMY 2.25 KANIKA ROY t Jager Mull bulbo oa 1.k Clone down 6.0 1OLA1-AAAUUNCEATENTS "RUKMINI MILAN": Drama y Written by b.arnlnlra P.M Li GUPTA. Preheated by t,ramuphune DRAMA IIL t.1.un 5.30 ESRAJ.trap and Um: Bhspsli A1ItAKL7T 6.45 KHAYAL Panamint our Drat: Bkimpalari GOUA GHOSH lit 0.0 IN TWOS Programme of instrumental duets ARDHENDU GHOSH (Violin) AMIYA ADHIKARI (Guitar) 6.15 VOCAL DUETS TALAAT MAHMOOD and GAUHAR SULTAN Cent D. C. DUTTA and GAUHAR SULTAN: "Sapera" 6.40 FOR INDUSTRIAL AREAS (Hindustani ) 7.0 RAGPRADHAN AND ADHUNIK MRITYUNJOY BANER IEE 7.16 THUMRI AUR BHAJAN Balm aja to marl gali Duniya Shankat nagari BINAPANI MUKHERJEE (II) 7.30 SITAR ellap and /halo: Darbari.ALI AHMED KHAN 7.40 NIDHUBABU'S TAPPA Vanadini bala Negare Eman je uabe perm :OPAL CHATTERJEE 1.50 GUITAR-BEHAG :MTYA 4DIIIKARI f.0 BINAPANI MUKHERJEE (II) ;agari mori kahe patkai wawa ada se sharmohaya se Thumn 4.15 BAUL AUR BHAJAN are kw bhanga nadir.a ghabrana na ghabrena IRINAI.KANTI GHOSH 1.50 ARGHYA DALI t ISLIP K. ROY: Tomas sure mor.ianju OE: Biraher baluchare techu DUTTA. Phire elo srebana iilima BANERJEL: Fisch emadbd rate 1.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 1.0 HASHBEN NA JENO t LEGAL 3OMIC PARTY: Chandra Nailer Mela (Part & *) 'JABADWIP HALDER: Ka:ik shay hai hai; Ihakbona kolkatate 1.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 1.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 1.45 MEN BEHIND VICTORY (1) t. J. MITCHELL: Designer of the Spitfire B C recorded feature: Written by DONALD.TOKES: Produced by LEONARD COTTREL. 0.5 CLIFFORD HUNTSMAN (Pianoforte) Close down CALCUTTA 2 I.m. TRANSMISSION I metres (4,840 kc/s) 7.25 to 8.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 8.16 INTERVAL metres (6,010 kc/s 8.15 to 10.0 AS IN CALCUTTA 1 10,0 Close down p.m; TRANSMISSION II metres (7,210 kc/s) 11.0 to 2.30 p.m, AS IN BOMBAY metres (6,010 kc/s) 5.0 FOR ORIYA LISTENERS t RAJAMOHAN: Jsabana Maio dha,o PRATIVA DEBI: Hrid brindabone GOURANGA DAS: Jhuri mare jabs REVATI BAI: Ruh.k sekhar RAJAMOHAN. Kane kane mor PRATIVA DEBI: Adhere bens. dbari GOURANGA DAS: Jhahare Kndha nays. REVATI BAI: Rashik Sekhar 5.30 FOR ASSAMESE LISTENERS Women of the world: Talk in Assamessi Assamese song: RATHIN RUDRA News reviews Mamma song: RATHIN RUDRA 6.0 to 6.15 INTERVAL mctrrs (3,305 kc/st 6.15 to 7.30 AS IN CALCUTTA NEWS REVIEW IN ORIYA 7.40 to 9.20 AS IN CALCUTIA CHITVILASH CHAITERJEE Songs of Raoindranath He maha jeeban; Oi manner.agar pen' 9.80 LILKUBA: Kedara iukhar-anjan CHAKRAVARTY 9.45 to AS IN CALCUTTA 1 all times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Bigtldj & sleetrical Recording t Gramophone records. TML INDIAN LLLITWA

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SAIGAL f 8.30 MALIKA PUKHRAJ: Dadra Ek rangia naqab ne man 8.45 ATA MOHAMMAD LAHORE 276 metres (1,088 kc/s) Nainwa dharat nahin dheer Thyme, Kaun sunega man ki kahani Geet 8.57 ABDUL AZIZ KHAN BEENKAR Vichitra Veena 9.12 NIRMALA DEVI Woh gasam kha,e hairs bar it bat par Geer 9.22 PUNJABI GANE f 9.30 CHHOTE GHULAM ALI KHAN Pyare mahbooban diyan akhiyan Khayal Gandharl 9.50 ABDUL AZIZ KHAN BEENKAR Mima ki Todi on Vichitra Veena 10.5 APNI APNI PASAND MALIKA PUKHRAJ: Chard ATA MOHAMMAD: Thumri NIRMALA DEVI: Geer CHEEDA NAGHME t 1.0 FILMI GANE t 1.40 Close down 5.30 CHHOTE GHULAM ALI KHAN Karat anti Khayal Caul 5.45 NIRMALA DEVI Dil-i-afatzada ka muddaa kva Gee? 5.55 ABDUL AZIZ KHAN BEENKAR Vichitra Veena 8.10 MALIKA PUKHRAJ: Dadra Saz yeh krona saz kya jane 625 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 630 NEWS IN ENGLISH metres p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 SUR-O-CHHANDA Selection of gramophone records 130 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 VOCAL DUET t JUTHIK 4 and KAM.AL KALIPAD4 SEN and SHSNTA BOSE 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 KHADEM HOSSAIN KHAN Sitar recital: Carean Tod 2.30 SUPRABHA GHOSE t Pratham manen mukul; Kaveri nail jale ke SATYA CHOWDHURY Mor priva babe eso; Ekada.hir chand 2.45 BIBHA CHAKRABARTI SUNDAY, OCTOBER ATA MOHAMMAD Raise ban si angan men Thamri Tu jo Allah ka mahboob has khoob huts Naat 7.0 NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAMMES 7.5 GHAZAL, CEET AUR THUMRI M4LIKA PUKHRAJ; NIRMALA DEVI; GHULAM ALI KHAN 7.30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE MALIKA PUKIIRAJ: Pahari Geet; MOHD ALI: Kafi; Kam ki baten: Talk in Punjabi by KH!ZAR TMIMI; ATA MOHAMMAD: Puniabi Geet; NIRMALA DEVI: Punjabi Geri; Bazar ke bhao; Punjabi men khabaren; MOHD. ALI: Punjabi Gees 815 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Veh aj ham se jo chahat jatai jati hai Phandu maujriya Pahari Geer 8.30 ABDUL AZIZ KHAN BEENKAR: Vichitra Veena 8.45 NIRMALA DEVI Kya keh gal kisi ki nazar kuchh os puristic 8.50 AP KA KHAT MILA Listeners' letters and replies 1.0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI f 20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.45 CALLING ALL STUDENTS elayed from the B B C 0.0 ATA MOHAMMAD lar dua haryab ho jar `rkh le kar ke preet Geet ^ ' ^ 1"THOTE GHULAM ALI KHAN Kan jo behlo n Y5 ABDI IL AZIZ KHAN or.r,'r, tr Vichitra Veeoa n 35 MALIKA PUKHRAJ ~lust are pan le chali chale 'lhnlak ka Geet Close down IJACCA Ami cheyechhinu Modern sonc Ralo premamayir shricharane Palligif, 3.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5,0 SHAILA DEBI t Vocal music 5.15 MOHAMMAD YUSUF KHAN QURAISHY Rut barkhaki Yun emtahane Dadra Choza 5.30 HALF-HOUR IN FILMLAND t Presentation of film hits 8.0 VIOLIN RECITAL: KH.AGENDRAN.ATH CHAKRABARTY 6.15 FILM HITS t Selected film songs 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS All times are given in Indian Standard Time. 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TRANSMISSION II metres (7,270 kc/s) 1.0 to 2 0 AS IN MADRAS 1 Bola Barak MUKHAVEENA: A I R ARTIST lama ri í: 5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (6.150 kc/s) 4.30 to 615 Ac TN MADRAS LOKAVARTA News -talk in Malayalam 622 KALACHAKRA News -talk in Kannada 6.30 to 7.25 AS IN MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 H. M. V. STUDIO ORCHESTRA to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 kc/s) 9.30 REQUESTS t 10 0 G. SUBBULAKSHMI TRICIIY 396 metres (758 kc/s) C SUBBU- L.4KSHMJ, who any at A I R Madras today. a.m, TRANSMISSION I 7.45 MUSICAL PRELUDE T. N. SWAMINATHA PILLAS: Flubs f 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 FILM DUETS t 8.30 SRIRANGAM M. RAMASWAMI IYENGAR (Veena) Anudinamulu-Dhartasi Najivadhara Marachevadana Adaputtuga Bslahari Redman, Mohanam WO Close down 12.0 KADAMBAM t ARIEL: (Vol. V. N. 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KUMARASWAMI iadasivam Ennenna vidam P MALAYAPPA SASTRI Gopalagopika Iola * Close down Sankarabharanam Kambodi ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SERVICE metres (9,660 kc/s) 8.0 M. JAGANNATHA RAO: Veena S. R. GOVINDASWAMI BROTHERS (Nagaswaram) t Raga AJapasa; Papal; Kambodi Ragemalka 8.45 "SAGUNAM" Play in Tamil 0.0 S. KAMALA S tam a Neeirangayenl 9.30 Close down metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU KN Vasanta llama 2.10 SIRUVARGAL NIGAZHCHI 2.30 "PRAHLADA" t Balachandra; Jagadananda; Puma Pavan; Narayana 2.45 "DHARAMAPATNI".t Pahimam Krishna; Poovdu Kothama; Chakorama; Satiye Satiyown; Manama Manama 3.0 Close down Al times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal $ Electrical Recording -- t metres (6,190 kc/s) 8.30 S. KAMALA Merusamana Nagalingam Durusuga 9.0 CARNATIC ORCHESTRA Anuragamu Nionuvina Maya Dasaragamalika Mayamalavagowfa Santerabharanam Saver( Saraswathi Navarasakannada Tarangini 9.15 P. S. 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QURESHI: Jigar ki ag bullet fie º Jatd woh.hai la (AHRA BAI: Bharle amrit pyala p.m. TRANSMISSION U 12.0 RAG SWING IT (15) t Make-believe ball -room time with the world'. best swing bands Compere: MELVILLE de MELLOW Greenwich Time Signal at SWING IT (Contd.) f 1.0 Close down TRANSMISSION HI 6.0 ZOHRA BAI Burn men munh idhar karen klonk.r Ah ko chahiye ik umr asar bone tad 5.10 M. A. QURESHI Bandbte hairs wahan hamper bobtail: dal dia se Tamannaon ko tieda artuon ko jawaa harts 5.20 R R. CHOWDHRY Toot gal man veena p.m. Coat Nainan lobhi BUM 5.30 KALLAN AND PARTY: Khamsa Vs mahjabin se aj mulagat basal 5.45 ZINDA HASSAN Ohan dhan baje Pia ton tirchhi najar 'age had (1.5 ISHTIAQ AHMAD Sri on Sated '6.10 ZOHRA BA! Dard-i-dil ka koi pehlu Jo alkali.. to kahu. Vs se kya khak ham naahin banti 4.20 R. R. CHOWDHRY Nirmohi se preet Pntdup Thamn Bkajaa; Coot 6.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANT 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.55 M. A. QURESHI: 7.0 ZINDA HASSAN ''swan kale gar hubs 7.15 KALLAN AND PARTY Sbikwa-i-Ig bal 7.30 SUNEHRE SWAPNE (S) Thomas More's Utopia; Talk in Hindustani br LATIFUDDIN AHMAD 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS (Angan) "Man sukisi": Feature by MIRAJI; ZOHRA 41Al: Bltajaa; Reahmi our ooni kapre dhone ke earige: Tagreer; KALLAN AND PARTY: Qammali; Khabaren sur bhao 8.S0 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES -Criticism (e): Criticism and fiction: Talk by 'B. P. BHATT 8.45 ZOHRA BAI Kabhi ae hagigat-i-muataºr emu 19taadmajaa All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER men Gesu-i-tabdar ko sur bhi tabdar kar 8.55 R. R. CHOWDHRY Man ke tathi ye chandal cast 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 KALLAN AND PARTY Khamm sur 10.6 MUSICAL ROUND -UP f Programme of musical miacewny contributed various A I R Station, ZINDA HASSAN Main to pia sang jagi ZOHRA BAI: Gut KALLAN AND PARTY Taawwarat ke parde girake Jaya bun 11.0 Close down DELHI 2 a.m. TRANSMISSION metres (4,960 kc/s) 8.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL m tres (6190 kc/s) 9.23 to AS IN DELHI 1 10tSJ Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION U metres (7,290 kc/s) 12.0 to 2.0 AS IN DELHI I 2.0 Close down TRANSMISSION Ill metres (4.960 kc/s) 6.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 70 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI ZOHRA BAI MONDAY, OCTOBER 18 Gast Jab talak hum. to apne woh khabardar as tha Sadme se shab-i-hijr ke dab jab bar al 7 55 R. R. CHOWDHRY Baa gae mina. men Bhaja.; Beagatr Cut 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9 30 AS IN DELHI R. R. 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Sbadabi-e-bahar ka slam narar men hai ; Goat Goat 5.30 FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtu) Naghma-i-Dilbalar: PESHAWAR RADIO OR- CHESTRA; MUZAFFAR KHAN: Mram di Thamri Anna ap sanbhal baware BAys Preet kiye pachhtue Arabi Nark Dhua PESHAWAR RADIO OR- Co/ Dholok ka eet CHESTRA: FAZL-I-AHMAD: Yac ux makbke n warpaae yam-tappe: Labha; Bala wa barakat 7.45 FILM! DOGANE t ye na wo (a) Talk by MOHAMMAD ZAMAN 7.55 GHULAM HUSAIN KHAN KHAN; MUZAFFAR KHAN: Za uhiq gama Pi ki curada more man bhae Thump Snarl sta da didan-rabai; Khawanda º be mar sham pa arman da Marline FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) Yau dwa charbaite t; ZAR KHAN: Nun me '.dale gut sigan; ABDULLAH JAN: Owl range pa so ranga ranga rang kau singar; FAZAL-I- AHMAD: : Da karami au fatheh khan - Boddie; Sarna: MOHAMMAD NASIR: Da dunya ande bande: Talk on current war events; MUZAFFAR KHAN: Zama da zra ea wine bahaigi-tipp. da Saz: (Composed by ARMAD DIN TALIBI: Chorbaita; FAZAI.-Y-ARMAD Gleam de rama da share bar sho-naamakai 2.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU TRANSMISSION UI 50PARKASH KAUR 5.10 MULTANI ON SAROD SHARIF 5.15 KAREEM DAD KHAN Ya Nabi sham mujbe rahat hai meld maths ha* Nast ghama hai me gore -Chau!; Da khpala lass are as darkro be panana yam -Nu.:ekes; Da paharpur nehr: Da ledo Into ºyauna (s): Talk by SARWAR JAN KHAN; FAZALE AHMAD. Khudaya d'iwe ghruna ware kre-tapp. N Haqiqat; Charbaita; SABZ ALI f Ya Habib.- by Neat; Jaiwa ba jalwa unge aj nabeen to dal mi Ghoul Khuda marhaba marhaba-qammeli;. Rababt 9. 5«FLUTE PAR TAPPE Naltaw DEEN MOHAMMAD; Da haunt umar adal GUL RAHIM Poem written and presented by SAMANDAR 9.20 PARKASH KAUR KHAN "SAMANDAR"; MUZAFFAR KHAN: Sanobar we sau.la4are ghwag ka mata-bedaly Apki dee hui tad eel bhi rabat boga.. Gleam! Shama Katie man ki bat baton Goat FAZLE ARMAD: Rubai; Nan byes pa ethamaa ke babar de-ghazd 840 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 TOPICAL TALK Or GHULAM HUSAIN KHAN: Rkayot Rhyme - Kalyan 6.55 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 PARKASH KAUR 8.10 INSTRUMENTAL DUET ASHRAF: (Vio'is) SHER MOHAMMAD: (C'arionete 815 KAREEM DAD KHAN Kann sitam tarn hai parda-i-.orossa mere Yu. mujh se milo tam keh mujhe bhi ns khsbaa ho Ghaz it Ct 8.30 FOR THE FORCES 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 MUSICAL MONTAGE 10.0 PARKASH KAUR Dhotak ka Cast AFGHAN -PERSIAN PROGRAMME Man Gobind ke gun gays ku Bhyo I.age tutjtae main sajanwa Gear Close down 29 glacg. MARKET PERIL 1 The prices of all commodities of life have perhaps reached their climax and the public opinion makes the "Black Market' mostly if not solely responsible for the situation. Without making any comment either in favour or against this impression, we should rather say that our market is quite immune from Its effect and the rise in the prices of the Building matenals and allied goods, can safely be attributed to (a) the cessation of foreign import, (b) scarcity and unavailability of raw materials, (c) busy engagement of local factories in producing war requirements and (d) strict restriction of inter -provincial transport belittles, for which both the buyers and dealers are equally harmed. The prices maintain an upward tendency still and it would be prudent indeed to avail of the current market without hesitation in those days of economic crisis. 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32 i ' ' '. BOMBAY BOI'IBÁY BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/s) I-0 SARASWATIIfAI FATERPEKAR t rut Sassed t 6 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH L30 TARABAI GADAGKAR Ken man eja odi hanear ka kariyen u Colaba Tinny Signal at 8.45 a.m. L50 NEWS IN MARATHI 10 NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.10 TOMORROW 1.15 ALLAH RAKHI BAI Pahlu men dil-i-tapan hai ke adds..cya batauo ke muddua kya hai Oeeh hamara dur hai 1.30 DUETS t L R. CHOWDHRY and APARNA: Nabh par cbbai hai SADRUNNISA and ENAIT: Pyare pyare :spas hamare 1HULAM HAIDER and RAJESHWARI: Preto bhanwar main hun 1.40 G. M. KHASGIWALE -taj badhavara Biadrobaai Sarong "` Qa bolo Sbyam 10.0 Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION H (2.30 GEET MALA t -IUSHILA VARADRAJAN: Kahan shale kahaa Sukb kar ayi chale Dar dar pat!banta: Jhulo nach nach kar dekho Kahan kar hors ' USHA: Panchhi pinjara hue purana TALAAT MAHMOOD: Sab din el umaa :sahib the [2,45 NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI 1,0 HINDUSTANI GANE t 1.80 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t HARRY HORLICK ORCHESTRA Acceleration Strauss the rainbow; I love thee Waldteefel The dove Yradier Sweetest of all; Children of spring Wetdteutr' Come, let's all be joyful Strauss The swallow Serred&B DAME CLARA BUTT (Soprano, Rule Britana Dr. Anse Land of hope and glory Elgar DEBROY SOMERS BAND: Runny riot CARROLL GIBBONS and SAVOY HOTEL ORPHEANS: Savoy cavalcade 1.30 Close down s.0 S. R. NAIK So balms mole Runak jbunak L20 MISHRA DHUN Instrumental Duet 5.30 HORI AUR KHAYAL Usiftani W tutu nag nee Siadkura Hurl Dhamar Tore milan ki Gesri-Khayal 2.45 THUMRI AUR HORI 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Sejariya piya bin and na LO SANDESHE Ayi Basarit bahar Listeners' letters and replies by SANDESHI 5.15 S. R. NAIK Hassan lagi Miyas-Mafhar Asan de us denyº Bhavget 5.80 NEWS IN ENGLISH 5.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI Producer's of "SHARDA" & "NAMASTE" will give you "SANJOG" A NEW TYPE OF COMEDY ROMANCE WITH CHARLIE, MRMTAB, ULLHA S, A. SHAH & WASTI I Ira KARDAR! WATCH Direction: , M/I., 6.45 NEWS COMMENTARY (Marathi) 6.50 GOTTUVADYAM RECITAL A I R ARTIST 7.0 list:sia1 PRACHAR NU PRATHAK-KARAN MONDAY, OCTOBER 18 'Talk in Gujarati by C M TRTVF.DI 7.15 MARATHI BHAVGEET t S. M. GOWANDE: Talyachya kathin MADAN BONGALE: Nawbala haul G. N. JOSH[: dkaticb ubhi kan nadikathi J. L RANADE: Chal nadikinare sazan 7.30 A 1 R CHORUS PARTY.lag) man lagyo Nandlal Mohan ilium mohi chit 7.45 NEWS IN MARATHI 7.55 NEWS IN GUJARATI 8-5 A I R ORCHESTRA Rang Gorakh-Kalyaa 8.20 IN 1 HE NEWS 3.25 MUSIC 8.30 SPORTS REVIEW In English by A. A. PEERBHOY 8.45 RADIO RECONNAISSANCE Newsplay in English or a topical programme in English of recordings, commentaries on the news or music 9.t...a,sYS IN HINDUSTANI 9.15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 9 45 R A AG MARU-BEHAG: Sarangi 10.0 TARABAI GADAGKAR Cagan mori bharan 10,45 Close down 2 Kafi Kanade Adatw metres (4,880 I._/s) 1.0 to 8-5 AS IN BOMBAY INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC t RA,IEN SARKAR: Popu'ar film tune SHREEDHAR PARSEKAR: Ala on Violin H. M. V DELHI STUDIO ORCHESTRA: El Dams 8.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY TARABAI GADAGKAR Ali ri sun piya. ki baat sanar: 0.0 KAAG HINDOL: Jaltarang 910 to 10.0 AS IN BOMBAY Close down metres (7,240 kc/s) to 2.30 AS IN BOMBAY 1 TRANSMISSION HI metres (6.085 kc/s) 5.0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL 8915 metres (3,365 kc/s) 7.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY G. M. KHASGIWALE Chhoti li chhoti Baker Kaliyan sang karat 9 20 MARATHI BHAVGEET Tun en mee karun nagarani Chaedrama sheetal nabhi ugava's 9.30 ALLAH RAKHI BAI Zamin-o-asman men poor hai phaila Mohammad ka Preet na ay, ras 9.45 to 10.5 AS IN BOMBAY SHANTI SEI.DON (Pianoforte) Sonota in E Major No. as Haydn Sonetto sus Del Petrarca No. 6 Lust VERA DA SILVA (Violin) Romance in F Major Beethoven Knotting Moffat INTERLUDE IIILDE FELDBERG (Soprano) Nursery songs Leo Bled: Close down All times are given its Indian Standard Time. Time Signal 6.15 ALI BAKHSH Khamsa Sarangi: Pilu CAL(U TTA CALCUTTA metres (780 kc/s) 7.25 SHAHNAI: Bhairavi t NAZIR HUSSAIN 7.30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 MEGHNAD flap: Bhairon JITEN DASGUPTA 7,55 HARINDRANATH CHATTO. P,MiIIYAYA Kaoan kara moss rat Khayal faun,. Ab na jagao Khayal: Bhairon 8.30 RABINDRASANGIT t AMALA DUTTA: O amar gopan kath.' SMRITI MI URA: Kena dhare rakha; SAMA RESH CHOWDHURY Ebar rangiye; KANIK' MUKERJEC: Gharete bhramar elo 8.45 TAPPA Compositions of Shot; and Mian Sathilera mann; Ani Madan je BIJAYLAL MUKHERJEE 9.0 RAJEN SARKAR Clarionet: Shakos, 3.10 ARUNDHATI GUHATHA- KURTA$ Al sakal belar Amar je gan 9.20 SITAR Cat: Bhairon 0,30 Close down AIKARTIST p.m. TRANSMISSION R FRITZ KREISLER (Violin) Violin Concerto in E Minor Opus 64 Mendelssohn 1.0 JEANETTE MACDONALD (Soprano) t Dream lover; March of the Grenadiers; Villa; I love you so 1.15 INTERNATIONAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA t Eva waltzes Lehar 1.20 IT IS ALL YOURS t Selection from requests 1.40 SAROD: BAGHBEHARI DE 1.50 MANJU SEN: Vocal music 2.0 KALOBARAN DAS: Vocal music L..10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 I'ALLISANGIT t SURENDRA NATH DAS: Kala re; INDRANI ROY: Ami 'tirahini mahua; SUJAN Rabisdraanpt MAJHI. Sah3,e patina biraha; SHEILA SARKAR: Chal maims bone jai 5.0TODAY-ANNOUNCEMENTS Viola: Brindsbkni Swan` A I R ARTIST 5.10 CHORUS AND DUET t Milan Geeti: Sbilpee Sangha Chorus (Part s & al K. MULLICK and ANIMA: Krishna Krishna Duet Thumri 5.20 KOYELA: Multani Hon -Katz A I R ARTIST 3.30 PALLIMANGAL ASAR Bhatiali: KALLPADA- ROY; Taker Gachh (ºl: Halda: Talk by SUSHIL DEB; ~sir: KAILPADA ROY; Dueiyar balchal; Song 6.0 BIJAYLAL MUKHERJEE 80 Piriti param ratan Prachinsangit Anugata doshi hole Tappa 6 40 BRUSH UP YOUR A. R. P. Talk in nng'ish by SETH[ DRUCQT.ER 6.45 THUMRI AUR BHAJAN Manua manna: Malan ban kar HARINDRANATH CHATTOPADHYAYA 7.0 REPLIES TO LISTENERS' LETTERS 7.15 KAMALA JHARIA $ Padabali kirtsn SALEEM lqj3al, who look part in A I R Lahore's "Mujarsama Saz" pf SINDHU-KHAMBAJ Clarionet: Alap and Gat RAJEN SARKAR 7.45 DVAITASANGEET Raise kate ra.iya, Oes,. Man chakar rakho Bhajis. HARINDRANATII CHATTOPADHYAYA am> SUNANDA DEVI 8.0 FOR THE FORCES 8.30 RAGASANGIT t FAYYAZ KHAN SAHEB: Mailkam V Jaijaioasw ENAIT BAI: Piya root gaye rasa. FAYYAZ KHAN SAHEB: More mandars Ptniy& HIRA BAI BARODEKER: Ki to sukbakar Ka 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 NAVAL COMMENTARY (English) 9.13 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 TOPICAL TALK Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 10.0 OGO BADHU SUNDARI Rabindrasangit t AMITA SEN 10.5 MUSICAL ROUND -UP Relayed from De Iti CALCUTTA metres (4,840 ke/s) 7.25 to 8.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 815 INTERVAL metres (6,010 kc/s) 8.15 to 9.30 AS IN CALCUTTA Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION H metres (7,210 kc/s) to 2.30 AS IN CALCUTTA to G.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 6.15 INTERVAL 90,77 metres ke/s 6.15 to 8.30 AS IN CALCUTTA 8.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS (English and Bengali) 8.45 to 9.20 AS IN CALCUTTA SUNANDA DEVI Cbhabi dkhla 9.30 ALAUDDIN KHAN $ Violin: Puria Dhaneshri 9.45 to AS IN CALCUTTA * Close down Taasre $ Electrical Recording t Gramophone records - THE INDIAN.LISTENER

33 278 metres 8.0 MERA SALAM LE JA t 8.30 SURAYYA JABEEN jab baba nor bhi dunya men humus achche. halm Cees 8.40 NAZR-I-HUSAIN Khamsa Ab na manun Lori bativan Dadra 8.50 SUBHA KE RAG t 9.0 PARKASH KIRTAN PARTY: 9.15 EATER ALI KHAN: Sitar 8.25 SURAYYA JABEEN Oil ko mita ke dagh-i-tamanna dia mujhe; Gus 9.35 NAZR-I.HUSAIN Behar; more [.AIIONE Thamri Pelt kya kaha keh dagh ko pehchante nahin 9.45 FATEH ALI KHAN: Sitar 0.50 PARKASH KIRTAN PARTY 8hajan 10.0 Close down KALLAN QAWWAL, MO- HAMMAD ALI, FAREEDI, UMRA- ZIA BEGAM, KALOO QAWWAL aur SHAMSHAD BAI D,lhi) t NEWS IN HTNDUSTANI 1.0 AP Kl PASAND 1.40 Close down TRANSMISSION ID 5.30 BAI SARASWATI BAI Khayal Malsiri Joban madmati oar Vdambit Eiri se Drat 5.45 NAZR-I-HUSAIN lahq mujh ko nahin wahshat hi sill '. Raj tora paniya Dadra 5.55 SURAYYA JABEEN waits chhupaun rar-t-gham deeds -i -tar ko kya banns; Gees 8.5 FATEH ALI KHAN: Surbahar,p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 SUR-O-CHHANDA t 'Selection of gramophone records 1.50 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 ESRAJ RECITAL: Saran& SIDHUBHUSAN CHOWDHURY 1.55 SATYENDRAKUMAR CHAKRABARTI (1,086 ke/s) 6.15 THUMRI AUR GHAZAL NAZR-I-HUSAIN nor SURAYYA JABEEN 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.45 BAI SARASWATI BAI Birhan Banwari Sumran karle MONDAY, OCTOBER 18 Khayal Bhairaoi Vilamb,i Oros 7.0 FATEH ALI KHAN: Surbahar 7.10 SURAYYA JABEEN: Geet 7.15 SHANT SAGAR K1 LARAI (1) Japan be mansoobe: Talk in Hindustani by DIWAN CHAND SHARMA 7.30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE SH\MSHAD BEGAM: Mahu va; NAZR-T- HUSAIN: Folk song; Ramer ka dard: Talk in Punjabi by a doctor; SURAYYA JABEEN: Punjabi Gent: SHAMSHAD BEGAM: ka neon: Bazar ke hhaa: Punjabi men khabaren; SHAMSHAD BEGAM: Makke dia chart Sayyada: Naas 8.15 NAZR-I-HUSAIN Mai-o-meena se yar;an as gain Balton matwale Theme: 8.27 FATEH A1.1 KHAN: Surbahar 8 38 SURAYYA IABEEN Ankhen bichhi hui halo tere rahgttrar men A ja sajni mere pa.., 8.50 TOPICAL TALK Or INDIAN MUSIC t 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9 45 SPORTS CAUSERIE Talk by HENRY LALL 9 55 BAI SARASWATI BAI Kautz. milade IJACCA metre. (1,187 ke/s) Mere myna age tame Timms Pilu Tu Ram hhajan bar Makin 8.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 8.15 SHREEBHAVAN Variety programme for ladies áutir thilpe nark than (º): Siban. Shilpa: Talk in Bengali by LESNA MITRA; For you Madam t; Bairer jagat: News for women; Interlude t; Your home doctor 2.45 LABANYALEKHA RAY?haler khela khelechhinu Parer majhi dab dicchhe Modern song Palltgiti 11.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 MODERN SONGS Oakhim betas uda, bare Aware mor adds OEBABRATA CHOSE 5.15 PADMARANI CHATTERJEE Ore mandire nay; Matir pradip jalayechbi DTPTT BHATTACHARYYA Ami jadi kabhu; Kahe priya eaeclhile 5.30 FOLK SONGS Delia man haler gari ear! Roper pagal hailam re Mahal ARITILRANJAN CHARRABARTY 6.45 SITAR RECITAL: Durpa IIIMALKANTA ACHARVYA 8.0 KIRTAN + 8HUPENDRARRTSHNA BOSE 4.5 SATYENDRAKUMAR CHAKRABARTT Sri moho jao Drat Khayal t Adam 10.5 MUSICAL ROUND -UP THUMRI AUR GEET NAZR-I-HUSAIN: Raise kategi mori rala SURAYYA,IABEEN: Reh gal Tad tumbad Close down Dadra 8.15 LABANYALEKHA RAY Adho alo adho chhaya Ragptadtan Madhava bahuta minati Karma 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6.45 NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAMMES 6.50 THIS IS IN THE NEWS War news fatur zed: Produced by A I R ARTISTS 7M BURMESE PROGRAMME 7.30 BENGAL UNDER MOGHUL SUBAHDARS (6) MURSHID Q1'1.1 KHAN: Talk a English by Dr. D. C. GANC AKHII.RANJAN CHAKRABARTT Maynamatir nadir tire Palbpsi 7 50 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or TARSHANAT RECITAL: A I R ARTIST 8.0 FOR THE FORCES Relayed from Calcutta 8.30 NRITYER CHHANDA 1 Selection of Indian dance music 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 KALPATARU t Listeners' selections 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 9.80 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 SATYENDRAKUMAR CHAKRABARTT Mane nahi dhine Rhesus Bogeshri 10.0 K. S. ABDUL KARIM KHAN t Khayal Darbaei Kanada 10.5 MUSICAL ROUND -UP Close down 4.11 times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal s Tile INDIAN LISTENER AJ Kl BAT 85 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 8.30 TODI AUR LALIT LUCKNO\\ JAMILA BAI (Cawnpore): Roop yovao gua dharo Khayal Toil PHOOL. KHAN: Khayal Lalis 9.0 MOHAMMAD ZUBAIR AND PARTY Mere dil-o-damagh peb ehhae hue ho tuns ()basal Sajanva dekh le meet or Geer 9.20 ILYAS KHAN Bilatad on Sitar 9.30 JAMILA BAI Woh ban aanwar ke idhar ate hale jab ke lie metres (1,022 ke/s) 6.50 LUCKNOW RADIO ORCHESTRA Papar, our Puri. 710 JAMILA BAT Kann sunega man ki kabani Bajae ja bamuri Dadra Dhelak 9.50 MOHAMMAD ZUBAIR AND PARTY Allahu ghani rutba-i-wala-i-mobammnd Naas 10.0 Close down DADRE AUR GEET t NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.0 THANKS FOR THE MEMORY t Lunch-hour programme of voral revivals: Pre - rented by AMITA ROY DOROTHY!.AMOUR: Thanks for the memory EDDIE CANTOR: Little curly hair in a high chair PHYLLIS ROBINS: Over the rainbow BING CROSBY: Marchetti PHYLLIS ROBINS. Scatterbrain RICHARD TAURER: I lose the moon BEBE DANIELS: 1 can't love you any more HII.DECARDE: I'll see you again DEANA DURBIN My hero WEBSTER BOOTH: Indian summer TRANSMISSION ill 5.30 ALAP BARWA HUSAIN RAKHSFI (Sarangi) 5.40 MOHAMMAD ZUBAIR AND haheeb Qa,a,aall Tujh par miff mahabbat garbs ho as jae Qaaeaeais 8.0 JAMILA BAI (Cawnpore) Mor; tun bat Dekhe bina nahin chain Clothe to mera msn lele 6.30 NEWS IN ENGT:ISH 6.40,NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Duco Battery clips 25. amps. Rester Solder lib. Khryd Thv,ari Dadre Bakers Solder flux English 4 oz. 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34 ' MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) SWAGATAM aeyave-kedaram-repakam 7.40 VASUNDHARA t Pauram; Mareya beds 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 T. RAMANUJM IYENGAR t Cartikeya gangeya; Vaishnava janato 8.80 TEVARAM GOSHTI Conducted by K. SARANGAPANI CHETTIAR Todudaya seviyan; Salambuvodu; Naaikoadamalar; Marne maravade 0.0 Close down 1.0 P. R. MANI Gatinivina- V i jayanagari-adi Rata kanchuka-kambodi-misrem kdiye-deeamanohari-adi Fri Raw 1.40 FILM FARE 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 DILRUBA: A I R ARTIST Patdeep 2.10 T. S. SAROJINI AND T. S. SUNDARI Madayai-Vesawta-Adi Camalamba-A aan dabhairevi-chape Viarada-Denagawdhari-Adi 2.30 FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (English) 8.0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t "ALI BABA AND FORTY THIEVES"t Yaravathu; Ala Mahamad "BHAKTHI": Nane adiganagia "BAKTHE KUCHELA": Kanmariye "BALA NAGAMMA": Priya jaani: Sukha deyi "CHANDRAHASA": Hayinosange; Mudamuga "DEKSITYAGNAM": Bather beta 1.30 Close down l.30 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST FOR CHILDREN (Tamil) Idu": Play 5.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t ENSA Calling 8 B C recorded programme All Services Band: Nose Command The Navy, the Army and the Air new Sun Valley jump; After the rain; I met her on Monday; Nightingale; My devotion; Diana; Every night about this time! Conchita; Serenade Is blue; Kalamazoo 5.30 TIRUPPUGAZH GOSHTI Conducted by K. SARANGAPANI CHETTIAR Saivillapilar; Vaithu; Davitash; Umbartanu; Adum parivel; Mundu amizámalai; Ruffin eiaduli 8.15 VARIETY t 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 GIRL AND BALA: Duets Kannulakimpau Kopamela Radha MADRAS Rajawi Rafaei MONDAY, OCTOBER 18 E bhumilo Ee gaddipuvule 7.0 YUDDHA VIMARISAM War review in Tamil by K. ARUNACHALAM 7.10 M. M. SAYEED Pen yaks Kriskaa Saatr, Peharkal Perna, Gagarimoni Adana 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 SANNIHITA SAHITYAMU (1) Gujarati Balavanemayamu: Talk in Telugu by S. SUNDARCHARY 8.0 AS IN TRICHY 9 15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 TOPICAL ITEM Or MUSIC 10.0 INTERLUDE MUSICAL ROUND -UP MADRAS metres (4,920 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.50 T. ANUSUYA t Chal mohanaranga; Bajare ramaaa 8.0 to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (7,240 kc/s) 1.0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS DILRUBA: A I R ARTIST Shankara 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down TRANSMISSION Ill metres (6,150 kc/s) 4.30 to 6.15 AS IN MADRAS LOKAVARTA News -talk in Malayalam Do you know? Music; Ocean treasures: Life under the sea: Talk; Music; "Naga Niyayam 6.22 KALACHAKRA New, -ta k in Kannada lea 6.30 to 7.0 AS IN MADRAS VIOLIN AND VEENA: A I R ARTISTS: Folk tunes 7.10 FOR THE VILLAGES (Telugu) Narinja totals pempakam: Dialogue; "Inumu ghanamow": Song; Mana khanija sampadaht: Inumu: Talk 7.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) On items of tdp:nl and general interest; Water - level readings; Market rates 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 0.30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 kc/s) 9.30 P. R. MANI (Saxophone) Katrinile; Ennaiandarul; Dowd tam; Kuahalodai 9.45 to AS IN MADRAS 1 Use the practical Lamp for Infra Red Healing because it's the most adaatific, modem sa.. thod known. For health, for beauty, (se treating skin sad many other diseases, it therapeutic action is unrivalled. EAL RA INFRA RED PHOTO THERAPY LAMP FOR HEALTH & BEAUTY WONDERFUL REMEDY FOR FACIAL BLEMISHES. "Infra Red Rays are good for skin." Rlattrasad Weakly, Apri g, trial. Apparatus Cº Taadalel Street Corear, STATE 'OLTAGB WHEN ORDERING. Eledºctso-MBldg.,edic Doagrº, Bombay e MUSICAL PRELUDE t Enakkunnirupdam 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 TRICHY ORCHESTRA Nikela Samaja varada rarmasar.u.e Maaapasaeen 8.30 CHITATIMUR M. BALASUNDARAM: (Nagaswaram) Yam arm pun Brindavana Vasa harvmamataa Padua] cardambarain 9.0 Close down TRICHY 396 metres (758 kc/s) Ragamalihs BALASUNDARAM Nane unai nambinea lmyagilum Manama Ragam Deoaewnoharf l allavi Seddha Salami Deaaptt dmbamanohari V asp Same p.m. TRANSMISSION H 1.0 KADAMBAM t 1.80 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 C. SANKARALINGAM PILLAI (Recital of Tiruppugal) Apakara modal Chakromkam Paniyin Vmduli Han Kambodi lyal Iasi Ritigaela 7imira udadi Kantafaverali Kudattai tagarttu Kapi 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST Pacific Tivukal: The Melanesian Islands; Talk in Tamil; Music f; School chronicle 2.80 Close down a.m. TRANSMISSION Ill 5.0 CHITAIMUR M. (Nagaswaratn) Hamtanand. Abhor Natahhairae Ragamahke LEARN TO SING 6.0 C. SANKARALINGAM PILLAI Agara mudal ( Pan tuvora4 Atraikkvai Lodi Awanlabha"am Kariapena Sarange sir Sirakkumeno Ragaraalik FOR THE VILLAGES GRAMA NATABA SABHA preaenta "Rukma.a Kalyanam" (Part r); N. S. KRISIIANAN an, T. S. DORAIRAJ t 7.18 NEWS -REEL (Tamil) 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Member, of the R.A.P. who brow/can from Madras on the anniaerrary e the Battle of Britain 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 "BLACK GEM" Sketch In Tamil 8.0 MADURA MANI IYER MARUNGAPURI GOPAI.AKRISHNA lyl (Violin) COIMBATOREAT JutamIhaparam RAJAPPEIR (Mridarm) Simheadroom! bum» Sanharskkswaa. Tukkiya Tiruvadi Ragamalika 9.45 ABDUL GHANI: Sitar 10.5 to AS IN DELHI 3 ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SERVICE TRANSMISSION I metres (9,660 kc/a) 8.0 P. N. ANGAPPA PILLAI (Nagaswaram) I Upaeharamau 8.15 NEWS IN 'ENGLISH 8.30 TOPICAL TALK (Tamil) 8.40 VARIETY t ' T K YOSODADEVI: Saketanikeang. VASUNDHARA: Uyar Brindavanam KANCHANALATA: Anubavamuche B RAJARATNAM: Palkuma CAMALA BAI: Naedabala S. D. SUBBALAKSHMI: Sodanal 9.0 D. PANCHAPAKESAN Daridapuleka Satidevi Korinarawma 9.30 Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION H metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU aha rmi 2.10 SCREEN VARIETY t AriThnu xs Deaths Illvakeiprrel brave :Dada Paupaautrasn Gangadhara Parauramar Ta,aaa. Prembandhan Ezkilarnadha. Yavathi Kanni ea 2.30 PARVATHY KAILASAPATHY Mahaprabho Arable. Tatvamariya Ritigoulrr Sri Rama Madhmemaats Ina Sowkya Kaki Close down TRANSMISSION Ill mete s (6,190 kc/s) 8.30 A. SUBBIAH (Violin) Thiagaraja Goole. Nannubrova Abhor. 0.0 CAKNATIC ORCHESTRA Kkam Seven Muddumomu Kamotamanoean Shnmakllaprip Jane Vina Vaceatpati. RaesapnyaMohanarama Moha,o 9.15 PARVATHY KAILASAPATHY Pahimam Janaraajim Inakante Kannada Ramaninnuvia tawkarahnrawam. Sara daramguri Pear KUTTI KADAI 9.50 FILM CHORUS t Her Soni ya chi; Shubh din shack; Sekhl lass! MUSICAL ROUND -UP Relaved from Delhi All times are given in Indian Standard Timr. Time Signal Eléctrical Recording t Gramophone records. THE INDIAN LISTENER'

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DINA NATH DINESH 8.:t0 DEVOTIONAL SONGS Su.utMA AND PARTY tSHAD ALI Mariann ka silt hall 9.10 j auav,..kil BAI 7 auras.' aur Dadra 9.20 NUOR MOHAMMAD Saes oasratun se msrte hairs Lumen khabar nahi WriAD AEI Woh kahte ham raejish ki baten bhula dem 9.30 ASAD AL KHAN L4ngar kaukarya Khaw Max ki Tod DAN BAI Payamt kamyab aye ea aye Ashvon ki hat ea us n.gah-i-fits as ki hai 10.0 NEWS IN ENGLISH lu.7 NOOK MOHAMMAD Jaoom lar badli uusi our cnnagal Basle dashvar hai harkam ka esan hone KHURSHID BAI Pend, ang H I Moan our Dadra Close sown 'i tpliniiv1ission II p.u GEET MALA t NEW., IN HINDUSTANI 1.0 LUDWIG VON BEETHOVEN (4) ( ) His Lie and music Devised and presented by ISABEL HUTTON Greenwich.1 me dtgnai a1 I.30 p.ol LUDWIG VON BEETHOVEN (Uontd.) 2.0 Close down '1'1LANaMISSION III 6.0 ASAD ALI KHAN Anayal Gaur Sarong Y,amDd our Drat 5.15 DAN BAI Udu ka ap Charon men ea oyen ham bhi dekhhenge Bhanvra ankh micholi khele Gee, 5.30 NOOK MOHAMMAD Bangr are has mutana gnaw kucbh zar kah.. Shah bisar ames babee jute hale 6.40 KtiUKS1-11.1) BAI: Vocal music 6.o GHULAM ARMAD Gat Jora on labia 6.5 ASAD AU KHAN Vocal music 6.20 DAN BAI Jab ane wale ayeoge Gen 6.26 NOOK MOHAMMAD lulls ko kuchh yad bhi hail pabli mobabbat le maze 6.46 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.55 DHUN ON DAKOD A 1 R ARTIST 7.0 KHUKSHID $AI Khayd Sri Vkaraba our Drat 7.20 FILM1 GEET t 7.30 KIfABON KI BATEN Review of Hindi books by GULAG RAI 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS "Rani ki Maya": Jhhes by HRIDEY RAM; MAHBOOB RASAN: Rutwaian; Bazar le bhao; Bhajaa t; Khabaren; MARBOOB MASAN: Chaukalye; Jagbeeti: Battieet; A I R ARTISTS: Arfa 8.30 AMERICAN FLASHES (2) Broadcast.ng Corporations: Talk by Major EDWARD ANDRUS 8.45 DAN BAI Woh firaq our woh wiaal kabala 8.50 ASAD ALI KHAN )(haw; Shane Kiruna: Viiatabit 9.80 B B C NEWS RELAY DELHI All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER 9.45 NOOR MOHAMMAD Ghair bhi men Sarah larte ham ahem kasakar 9.50 KHURSHID BAI: Dadra 10.0 DOGANE t.0.15 IDAN BAI.hauq bar rang ragib-i-saro sanan silk 4.20 ASAD ALI KHAN shoongat lie pat khol Darbar KHURSHID BAI lundri morí kahe TtlZéDA*, datoelli 1e "eyed Ada NOOR MOHAMMAD Vol, jo ham men,um me qarar Sha tumben ya, ho lie an yad ho :navel anti hale khanju bath men hai tan I. baithe hairs 0.55 IDAN BAI luddat hui hai yaz ko mihman kie hue 1.0 Close down OLLHI 2 m. TRANSMISSION I metres (4,960 kc/s) LO to 9.10 AS IN DELHI 1 ).10 to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 kc/s) 1.25 to AS IN DELHI Close down ).m. TRANSMISSION II 4.15 metres (7,290 kc/s) [2.0 to 2.0 AS IN DELHI 1 0 Close down.11tansmission III metres (4,690 kc/s) s.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI 1 s.45 to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI KHURSHID BAI: Vocal music 3.0 NOOR MOHAMMAD "urjth aur bhi barh jao agar barq-o-sharar s 3.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 1.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI IDAN BAI,hool gee ranbir 3.35 ASAD ALI KHAN :aa.a binati ho sn mane 1.45 HIPPODROME 'rogramme for forces to 11.0 AS IN DELHI Close down DELHI 3 & 4 SEE PAGE 12 Gent Thasn P11121=531.1 THE BOMBAY MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY LTO EVERY 901ICYeGtOE1. A SHA4EH0L0E0 xibe BATtiERIES TARTING IGHTING PESHAWAR metres (629 kc/s) 3.m. 1IGH1V SM1Jti1IV1V TOOT GAYA HAI SWAPNA t.eat from "Nishani" 3.5 NEWS 1N HINDUSTANI 3.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH BADR BAI. :sat; Hai dam jo khoon-i-tasa mera cbashm-i-.ar men hai-; Mwtani Kan PESHAWAR; RADIO ORCHES- TRA: Lahr,.50 DINA NATH asar ah ba asar ea hui.tam woh Da mane znjabi Goal S r 11.!1 GANE t 1.15 KHWAB-U-KHAYAL ADR BAI atol, a le khwab men taskeen-i-tztirab to de..upne men salen ce Gana Gee, TINA NATH: Kbayal-i-yar men bhi rang-o-bue da hai 280 PU HTU PROGRAMME.relayed from Delhi J.45 Close down 1.m. 'i.uansmission II.2.30 HAR RANG t..0 FUR IKIBAL AREAS (Pushtu) J a khattako gada pa dhol: Sorna au B:nbaja:..ESHAWAR RADIO ORCHESTRA; ABDUL,HAN!: Ka me ashna le s wala we -Tapp.,.as porta era mumin kawa swat da loan- Jsarbarta; Bada e badale t; SABZ ALI: Che liar ok wi arsomand da yaz didar ta; ZAR KHAN: Matizada ma da san haw khidmatgar kto,..hishii CHAMAN JAN: Yam pa ara cima,.era lag karam sattam-gham; Shunt ata,mm le diwane-geer.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH..40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) J a celtas mere; GUL RAH.M: Be.tune. mall ijara km; ABDUL GHANI: Betuna us de pa.a okra!: Jamadane on Flute: GUL RHI AM, ' HISHTI CHAMAN JAN: Khalqa da yar d.,llama payara -7 apps; Prot pa bunter le lak:..ore da sabe de-lobha; Pukhtan Masharas,º) Meerwais Khan: Talk by Khan,HULAM MOHD. KHAN; ABDUL GHAN. Ja ara me wine res juda shwa: Tappe; Kala shoo ea kale shoo ta we naba badarsnma Char tanta 1.20 TOMORROW'S PROGRAMMES 2.x1 NEWS IN PUSHTU TRAINSibIISSION III 1.0 BADR BAI Muddai ko ap pe kya kya gamin raise iejae worst dikhlao.ndsaai Kafi 5.15 MARWA ON SARANGI Gus 5.20 DINA NATH Khe,o kheo Nand Lal Tkasri Khabar eahin mujhe main kya boon aromo lye hai 6.6d FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtu) Shas: PESHAWAR RADA, OKCHFS 1 KA; CHISHTI CHAMAN JAN: Be latan vara san soli me dt,garar de-t,nasat; 'la che pa malls raglswarawate ter orbal de-nesmaka,; Da Jamg rang: (3) Da Jamg rang: lark by FALLE RAU SHAH)A; ABDUL GHANI: Yar de wi agnyar la rea wt as de wt-kaoas; Seq,ya raghe banar bye-geom.; BECAM JAN (Kohat) ra t: nata, ramada, she -tubs; (:HiSHTI CHAMAN JAN: Da yaz da daza jawabi Mums apps; bar bar asma-lobha; Athamdo-Ld.ah: talk by KAH.M SHAH NASEEM; Sar,nda: t.halid; ABDUL I;HANI: La ata pa glum au shwa parwaua ae JanaDa zaina -; Gul ese pa maugu. ce da yaz da,asa-luoaa; Neu day's prograaae suunnary 0.40 NEWS 1N a11'uunfani 0.45 'lvriual TALK Or KALLAN AND PAR! 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36 BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/s) a.m. TRANSMLLSION I 8 0 LEELA t Shobbale kan dda 815 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.30 SIIANKARRAO MOHITE Ve more ghar ayo Colaba Time Signal at 845 a.m NEWS IN MARATHI 0.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 9.10 TOMORROW 9.15 JAYRAM SHILEDAR Divya prabha pasare nabh Irema tuzya ya uparas TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19 BOMBAY CALCUTTA Mawr, Lahr Pad Pad 9.85 LIGHT SONGS t 945 LEELA RAJOPADHYE Raya bhar.ch uah:r ma Rheum Tav bol khol gels 10.0 Close down SINDHI SONGS t NARAIN DAS and TAMANCHA JAN: Pvar pram jo geet Due BADRO: Pi tun pi tun Cse ENAIT BAI: Rani men what eche Gals,. JIWANI BAI: Shal pardea san Ion Ka, NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI I.0 MARATHI SONGS t 4'MATI BANOLIKAR: Man jato bawartta Bhavge..ANJIWANI MARATHE: Bol sakhya madhu bu Blas mt SHAMA BAI: Kuni pahil Gujarat: Songs t MOHAN: Mithi m:thi bhavanao Cu U. M MANIAR: Mane ek sanare awl KASAM and KAMLA: Ch amasanti chandanin " Due Hindustani Songs t APARNA AND PARTY: Barkha rito matwari Choro BINA CHOWDHURY: Dard bhari hai yeb fis Nao SHIVDAYAL BATISH: Ham ko un par un. ham par nao hai Chase 1.5C NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t AMBROSE ORCHESTRA HORACE HEIDT ALEMITE BRIGADIERS Popular dance music 5.0 LEELA RAJOPADHYE Ab to bare der Bkimpa'ar Manwa bhajan kar Tun hushar jadugar Pad 5.:0 SHEIKH CHALAD Aya to dil-i-washi dar bande nexs aya Chaco' Wallah ajab Shan-i-Rasoo -i-arbi hai Khanna 5.35 SURSAGAR RECITAL Rang Pila 5.45 TARANA MARWA A I R ARTIST 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (Gujarati) 8.0 CHILDREN'S HALF-HOUR Variety programme for children Songs and stories, plays and games FOR:LIFEIMS,ilRAKCE BOMBAY MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY LTD. 90M8AY MUTUAL thrury HOOD 60MIR, ;ENE OLDEST LIFE OFFICE IN INDIA?'.. :n All times are given in Indian Standard Time NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 NEWS COMMENTARY (Gujarati) 6.50 SARINDA RECITAL Mishra Woos 7.0 YOU MAY NOT HAVE KNOWN (2) Women politicians of Maharashtra 7.15 SEJ 1'A MAV1NKURVE Piya nahia ae Pd. NEWS IN MARATHI 7.55 NEWS IN GUJARAII 2.42 A I R QUARTET "tug Rag/shred 3.20 IN IzIE NEWS 4.25 MUSIC 3.30 "MEN TALKING" eature in Eng iala: Compered by A.M..ALYARKHAN 1.45 RADIO RECONNAISSANCE.ewaplay in Hindustani or a topical programme a Hindustani of recording', euusmeutories ou ze news or music.).0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI ).15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 3.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH :.30BBC NEWS RELAY 0-I5 EsIDER TIUNUADE (Pianoforte) Dol.y Berceus Serenata Andaluza.lazurka; Wa is Pase. Ds Falls Chopin -0.0 AR7HUR KING (Tenor): Light songs L0.]0 MYRA PATERSON (Soprano) As dawning Cadman airy 1.ghta Loa, be val.ey where wisher come true Eaw. d '0 l,' l k:rlude t 1.28 RAG11111R SINGH 'Clarionet) erenade Cham.nad...,rag of India h.mrky-korsako. ielody from "La Gioconda" Punch,...: 9.35 SONGS BY R.A.A.F..a.ioaal Serv.ce Entertainment Recording.0.45' Close down BOMBAY 2..m. TRANSMISSION I metres kc/s) ;.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY 1 i.5 K. L. SAIGAL t : Punjabi Ceet 1.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY 1 50 SHANKARRAU MOHITE.havda yarda ).0 STINGMUSIC a Dhun Bhairoa.,A to I u.0 AS IN BOMBAY Close down.m. TRANSMISSION II metres (7,240 kc/s) to 2 30 AS IN BOMBAY Close down metres (6,085 kc/s) 5.0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY INTERVAL metres (3,365 kc/s) 7.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS 7.45 SIIEIKH CHAND halt Karfarma hai kiwi ke nareis-i-maatana al Kyon birasan hai Khuda ka onus le Khanna Zalim kalao tak akh,r yeh nilm kam na ho 8.5 to 9 0 AS IN BO:vIBAY SEE ra MAVINKURVE Ab man le re Lira re joban.da 9.30 JAYRAM SHILEDAR Shoop Ashi kan maya Pad Hansa a its chandmma 9.15 GUJARATI- DRAMA "Mali": Social play in Gujarati: Written by ROY KINIKAR: Produred by A I R ARTISTS SHANKARRAO MOHITE Gina, ggaayin Y4arfper Dhon Hanskinkinj Close down * Time Signal._wt. $4 I:ALI.L'1"I'A metres (780 ko/s) 7.25 AMI BHORER JUTHIKA t U7HIKA ROs' 7.50 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 BAMBOO FLUTE: Bhaisavi JHIRESH DCITA GUPTA 7.30 TINTI PALLIGITI #.ELLA ROY 3.0 MIA t AL: Ramkali Ai re bhor ki chaos' Viambit Un aanga lage marl Drug NUTU HUKHEdJEE 3.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.20 GANER DALI t DWIJEN CHVWDIICRY: Gab:, chhta ILA GHOSH. Amar boner utala DWIJEN CHOWDHURY: Amar liban tomar ILA GHOSII Kata.spa ebbs, moue 8.15 BIIABANICIIARAN DAS Pathe Chaiechh. nu Kavywang, Cnhalake dagari Kalpan,kc Anna de anua de Ramprasad, 323 SITAR A.ap and Cat Ataoari aailen DAS 9.15 JANENDRAPRASAD GOSWAMI8 Piya sang Khayal Tod: 0.30 Close down TIIE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER t Poumaby ALICE DUER MILLER: Musical settin> by FRANK J. BLACK I.0 SYDNEY GUSTARD (Organ) t.ste.l:ey of old-time songs 1.10 NELSON EDUY (Baritone) t fñe call of Isle; Dear 1.2u IT IS A1.L YOURS t Select on from requests 1.40 MAHILA MAHAL itch, cafe; Ili see you mite.;onducted by REKHA DEVI Gbare bare: News and views of special interest,o women; Amlan saundarja: Tak on beau.; :u tune wraten by SIIYAM BASAK; Music. foments I.; Replies to Listeners' letter 5.10 NEWS IN BENGALI s.15 MAHILA MAHAL (Contd). í he ki.chen front, Musical momenta t...30 Close down TRANSMISSION HI 5.0 TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS.ALPADADUR' ASAR Programme for lis Id,en in Bengali Conducted o,. N. R (.HATIERJEE 5.30 "GANGA MAHIA'TYA": Drama t Produced by SAN TOSH SENGUPTA: Presented,y TWIN DR.AMAriC Cl U8 3.0 ESRAJ: Puree s I R ARTIST 8.15 BHABANICHARAN DAS for kalo rup.r Shy:mnsespit jani jani.ego ur,veame Adkn,;; Ore patn Lilo a mot, Bu.) 3.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.40 KHAYAL: Puria _'hhum chl.anvna 'ALIN 'HANDRI M.V.AYA 6.50 FLUTE: Bhatiali Sur ')HIRESH DL'TTA (t,pta 7.0 BANGLER MEYE The women of Bengal (si: Women in the Hindu and Muslim per MI: Talk in Bengali by JOGESH- CHANDRA BAGAL 7.15 THUMRI AUR RAGPRADHAN Guiyan halam gaye pardeah Mama mand rs majhe NUTU MUKH:RIES 7.30 MEGHNAD.stop. Bagel tri AMIYA ADHIKARI 7.40 ROSHANARA BECAM: 7.55 MANDOLIN: Jhumur A I R ARTIST 8.0 NUTU MUKHERJEE Mubarakbadiyan Khayal: Nayaki!Canada Bol more raja Thamn 8.15 LAKSHMAN BHATIACHAR. JEE 3 Sitar: Evening melody j Electrical Recording AMODE DAS COPT A, mho rook part in "Raika mat' recent(' broadcast from Dacca VICHITRA t HARDAR KHAN PESHAWRI AND PARTY ihahoai and Bagpipe iita DEVI: Eso badhu an modhu SACHINDRA GOSWAMI AND PARTY: Khokar ka ikate darsan CHORUS: Aj bare jhnre jhar 3.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 HISTORICAL TRIALS (2) Trial of Gali:eo: Ta.k in English by B. K CHOSE 3.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 2.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 TOPICAL TALK Or MEN BEHIND VICTORY (a): The ma vho beat the mague.k mine fh B C recorded Lature: Written by DONALD STOKES: Produced by LEONARD COTTRELL OS PERLE GL.SS (M zzo-soprano) Pagan love song; I surrender; Can't help lovin' that man of m.ae; I am gett.ng sentimental over you; Stardust 'CHITTAGONG EXPRESS" Yeantrc written by D. H. MORRIS CALCUTTA metres ;4,840 kc/s) 7.25 to 8.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 815 INTERVAL in tres (6,010 kc/s) 3.15 to 9.30 AS IN CALCUTTA 1 p.m. THANNMISSIUN II metres (7,210 ke/s) to 2.30 AS IN CALCUTTA metres (6,010 kc/s) 5.0 to 5.30 AS IN CALCUTTA FOR ASSAMESE LISTENERS Story in Assamese; ARATI DEBI: Awamme magi News review; ARATI DEBI: Anameae song 6.2 to 615 INTERVAL metres (3,305 kc/s) 6.15 to 7.30 AS IN CALCUTTA NEWS REVIEW IN ORIYA 7.40 to 8.30 AS IN CALCUTTA COMMERCIAL NEWS (English and Bengali) 8.45 to 9.20 AS IN CALCUTTA NALINCHANDR.\ MALAKAR Din jay ibudhu taba Bengal. Khayet Baker 9.30 BINAPANI MUKHERJEE (II) # Khayal Raga Darga 0.45 to AS IN CALCUTTA Close down t Gramophone re'ords. THE INDIAN LISTENER

37 ' R.m. TRANSMISSION I 8.0 MOHAMMAD RAMZAN Multani Kafi 8 30 TAMANCHA JAN Punjabi Gad Na rabt us se na yari adman se SAO SHIVDAYAL BATISH Themei sur 8 52 FEROZ DIN Bhairavi on C'ariooet 9.0 TULSIDAS Kha,al Drri: Vifambis our Drat 8.16 MOHAMMAD RAMZAN Chard our Cad 9.25 ABDUL KARIM KHAN t 9 30 TAMANCHA JAN Koi ummeed bar nahin ati Dhalak ka Gut LAIIORE 176 messes (1.086 kc/c) r-, 9.40 SHIVDAYAL BATISH sur Gut 9.50 FAIZ FAREED Naghma on Sarod 9.55 MOHAMMAD RAMZAN 10.0 Close down DOGANE AUR DADRE t NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.0 DIN MOHAMMAD QAWWAL. PEARU QAWWAL, AAKHTARI BAI, AMIR BAT aur SAZ t 1.40 Close down 5.30 NAMITA ROY Banp4 Cut aur 5.40 SHIVDAYAL BATISH Preet lagi Thamri Pile Raise chhupeoon,as-i-gham deeds -i -tar ko kya karten 5.52 ASGHAR ALI: Violin 8 0 TULSIDAS Skate ka Rag p.m. 'I RANSMIsSION I 1.0 MODERN SONGS Mauer pakhi kon bane; Je pathe gel, chal] NANTGOPAL CH ATTF.R LEE 1.15 SHIKSHA SADAN Educa.ional broadcast Sangit Sopan: D cause for students on Indian mule with demonstrations by S, C. CHAKRA- B ARTY 1.40 KHAYAL BHIMPALASI GULMOHAMMAD KHAN 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 3.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 1.15 SURA BITAN DACCA AIR ORCHESTRA 2 30 MODERN SONGS Alike madhu bane; Tomsk! ahonabo bale RABTN^RALAL NAG 2.45 BINA CHOWDHURI t Piyake dwar ayire; He deb preen des ko RENUKA DASGUPTA Ayi bhikharin prem; Pitam namki ma:e 3A Close down TRANSMISSION II 30 RABINDRALALL NAG Agun jalare as ni Ragpradha, Aju kunje Radhe Bhayaa 5.15 "RAMUR BIYE": Drama t 5.35 RABINDRASANGIT Hay hemantalekahmi; Chhinna patar salmi taaani ANJALI ML K'IERJEE 5.45 GRAMER PATHE Topics on rural Bengal Gag'r Gasa; Larayer hal Umber; Rhalidi on bamboo flute: k 6.16 TAMANCHA JAN Maston peh ung iyen na uthao haler men: Gast 6.26 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 45 NAMITA ROY Gees aur R.65 SHIVDAYAL BATISH: Dadra Zikr us pareewash ka ph:r bayan apse 7.5 TAMANCHA JAN Sab kahan kurhh lsla-o-gul men aumayaa ho gain Wo raahk-i-.ad baber ae na se 7.15 ADABI.JAIZ.A (1) Urdu afmna: Talk in H'ndua.ani by SALAH- UTDTN ARMAD 7.30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE RASHIDA BEGAM (Amritsar): Mira Sahiban; MOHAMMAD RAMZAN: Al rt..n. we. Gandnm ki Omen: Talk 'n Punjabi: TAM%N- CHA IAN: Jhok mere mau'a wali; SHIM AYAL BATISH: Punjabi Gen: Bazar ke bhao: Punjabi men kbabaren; RASHIDA BEGAM: Dkolak ka Garr 8.15 GEET MALA NAMITA ROY: Bengali SHIVDAVAI. B'TISH: Niadursaai TAMANCHA IAN: Paniabi 8 30 INsTRU1!ENTAL DUET FATZ FAREED (Scrod) FEROZ DTN (Corinne.) 8 35 SHIVDAYAL BATISH Ihq ki hot chal hi jati hai Rat entteri Cast 8 45 DHOLAK KA GEET TAM ANTI -IA,JAN.50 FOOD FORUM rood problems d'seussed in H:nskettanl 9.0 NEWS TN HINDISTANI 9.20 NEWS IN ENGI ISH 9 50 R R C NEWS RE/.AY 0 45 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES The development of drama (º): Greek drama: Talk by INnER Trrnl'N VERMA 10.0 "SHAHJAHAN Play in Wndnatani be rettr AT R AHM+N, Presented by the LUCRNOW DRAMA UNIT INDIAN MUSIC t Close down 1)ACCA metre, (1,1e7 ke/s) Announcements and market rate, 6.15 MEGHNAD RECITAL GANGAPADA ACHARYVA 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER 6 40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6 46 GULMOHAMMAD KHAN Sajan turn kah-ho Thumri Tilaat 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME 7.30 CHARAM JAyLABHE NAU- SHAKTI (Sea -power will in) (t1:'framer patanen par - (After the fall of France): 'Talk in Bengali by SULTANUDDIN AHMED 7.45 TABT.A DUET! ha(itala KESHABCHANDRA BANERJEE and NIRMAL. CIIANDRA RANF.R TEE 8.0 ANALI MUKHERJEE japer bra shesh kathati Tagore Mala hate khase pan D'n n;hhe a--hhe a a 8.15 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or SELL O RECITAL: A I R ARTIST 8 25 VICHITRA t Selection of ernmonhnne record, 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 8.55 NEWS COMMENTARY (B-ngati) 9.0 KALPATARU t Limners' selections 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9 30 B B C NEWS RELAY Relayed from London 9.45 NANIGOPAL CHATTERTEE Keno aji phaguna Ragpra,Man Mama deele raha 8hajr 10.0 JHARNA DEY t Modern songs GULMOHAMMAD KHAN )Chard Sharman' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19 LUCKNOW q,.m. TRANSMISSION I 8.0 Al KI BAT 8.30 BARKAT ALI KHAN (Lahore) metre. (1,022 ke/.) Thumri; Ghataen chhai halo ghsashes Gsn 8.50 FAZAL HUSAIN Jaltarang rectal 9.0 DIPALI TALUKDAR Vocal music 9.20 TODI ON HAWAIIAN GUITAR M M. SWARUP 0 30 BARKAT ALI KHAN Chard sur Dadra 9.50 DIPALI TALUKDAR: Tarana 10.0 Close down DUETS t IN -TRUMENTAL MUSIC t 1.0 PASANDEEDA NAGHMA t 1.40 Close down TRANSMISSION 5.30 DHUN PILU; A I R TRIO V. SHIPLEY (Violin) BAIJNATH PR ASAD (Saran's) M. M. SWARUP (Hawe:ien Guitar) 5.35 GAUHAR SULTAN Kuchh nahin ha:n kuchh nahin kauno-makan :ere baghair Sehr-Lhasa-o.asbigi hai be nishan mere baghaii Chard 5.50 BARKAT ALI KHAN More stain 'age un se CM our Chard 6.10 DIPALI TALUKDAR Khayal Mdtaai T/awri 6.45 WEEKLY MARKET RATES LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.50 GAUHAR SULTAN H:jab-i-huan-i.aarepa balsa ke dekh Ilya Chard Veis kale* rya badal Geri 7.0 INSTRUMENTAL INTERLUDE t 7.10 DIPALI TALUKDAR Vocal mu -sic 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAR our GM: KALIRA PRASAD; Care of the eves: Te'k bj a doctor; Gut: BARLAT ALI KHAN; News 8.0 WOMEN'S CORNER Buzurgon ki den: Adab adasb: Talk in Hindustani by ANTS FATIMA QIDWAI Dholak ka Cccr I: STUDENTS of MARRIS COLLEGE of MUSIC; Mulageten: Introducing women writese and their works; : DIPALI TALUKDAR; Our food front: Economy in food: Talk is Hindustani by SHANTI BHATNAGAR 8.30 SANGEET KE MASALE (Problems of Indian music): (e), Melody and harmony: Talk in Hindustani by JAI DEVA SINGH E.45 FILM! GEET t 8.50 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or BARKAT ALI KHAN: Thumri 9 0 NEWS IN.HINDUSTANI 9.45 THIS GLOBAL W r.r Fortnigh.ly review of current events by H. E. 3. CATLEY 10.0 DIPALI TALUKDAR: Puria ISRAR-I-PAIHAM Recitat'on of Umar Maori's poem by GAUHAR SULTAN BARKAT ALI KHAN Farmaehi Naghma Close down IT IS 1943 PAILLARD MODEL 433 IT IS N E w E S T SWISS MADE IN DESIGN WORKMAN- SHIP CONSTRUC- TION THE IDEAL RADIO DISCRIMINATING MUSIC LOVERS FOR 5 -tubes superhet : AC cycle volts, 3 -Waveband. 12,5m -43m m m Tubes: ECII3, E BF2, EF9, SO, EL3. Loudspeaker electrodynamic 6k", Tuned circuits 6, Consumption: 50 watts. Extra Speaker & Pick-up connections. ALL CIRCUITS ARE PROPERLY IMPREGNATED SO AS TO EN- SURE A TROUBLEFREE AND LONG LIFE WORKING UNDER TROPICAL CONDITIONS. ' Telephone: Sole Distributors :- Telegrams : "G RAMORADIOfe INTERNATIONAL RADIO CO. MALABAR VIEW CHOWPATTY, BOMBAY 7 * Time Signal 2 Electrical Recording t Gramophone records. u 8t

38 MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) 7.30 SWAGATAM Menwravridha-Abkoiti-Adi 7.40 M. M. DAND.APANI DESIGAR t Jagajjanani; Ulagamed'no; Maname unakkidamaj 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 N. C. VASANTAKOKILAM t Sive pahimam; Inda varam; Vidaya 'undid 8.30 V. MEENAKSHI Nidayarada-Vatantabhairevi--RuPdanis Jalandbara-Vale ji-rapekam Karunai ideno-majeeoodhari-4/1 V i rumbum-bh impalaei-adi 9.0 Close down 1.0 FOR WOMEN (Tamil) 1.40 FILM FARE t 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 VIOLIN: A I R ARTIST Kalyanavasantan, 2.10 T. R. GNANASAGARA RAO (Flute) Eatavedukondu-Saranwtiwsawoheri-Ad, Nenarunchara-Mohawam-Adi Sri raghuvan-bhairavi-adi 2 30 FOR HIGH SCHOOLS, (Tamil) Any questions please; Landmarks in Tamil litera. tore: Prabandams of Aiwar; Readings from literature: Prabandams 3.0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t 3.30 Close down MADRAS Ill TICANSMISMION 4.30 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST FOR CHILDREN (Telugu) Clearing doubts; Music; The story of the and the fox: Short story 5.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC RICCARDO STRACCIARI (Baritone Largo al factotum ("Barber of Seville') rabbit Rossiya Song of the Toreador ("Carmen") METNERT GRUMM (Vio HANDEL MANUEL (Pianoforte) Sonata No s is D major Carelli Sonata in F Major opus s Tartmi 5.30 B SARASWATI Chittamirangavilayo-Sriraw jaai-ail N'durharana-Kalyam-Adi " Lshs :rwsageraaayana-devapadhari-ad) 6.15 VARIETY t 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 JANTRA SAMMEL..NAM Swarajatia 7.0 B. SARASWATI V erutunai-va rhaspati-adi Maramanan-Hindo/am-Ru pakam lhaparam-,simheadramadhyarwam-adj 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL TOESDAY, OCTOBER YAN ENNUM AHANDI (1) Nataka Medaiyil: Tak in Tamil 8.0 K. S. NARAYANA IYENGAR Gottuvadvam Santamuleka-Sama-Ajj Reddanuvariki-Todi-Ali Ragam, tenam and palls.' Kambodi i;agatwdike Javali 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 3.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 8.45 BOOK REVIEW By P. J. CHESTER 10.0 T. R. GNANASAGARA RAO (Flute) Nlnnuneranamminanu-Kamondhiwi-Rapakem Nagumomu-Abheri-Adi Adumch idambenmo--behar-adi MADRAS 2..m. TRANSMISSION I metres (4,920 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS NEWS TN TET,UGU 7.50 RATARATNAM $ F.n karma: Pal bums: Warn malar 8.0 to 0.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down i.m. TRANSMISSION II 4127 metres (7,270 kc/a) 1.0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS 1 ".0 VIOLIN: A I R ARTIST ".5 NEWS TN TELUGU 2.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS I Close down TKIANSMISSION Ill metres (6,150 kc/a) 4 30 to 6.0 AS IN MADRAS GANALAHARI 6.15 LOKAVARTA 6.22 KALACHAKRA 6.30 to 7.6 AS TN MADRAS SARVATOMUKHA YATNAMU Sadhanotnatti: Tak in Telugu by PURAM PRAKASA RAO 710 FOR THE VILLAGES (Telugu) "Krirhnam kalaya sakhi" on Veena; Mman rogam: Talk: Kommu Parsrama: Dialogue 7.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) On items of topical and general interest; Marko, rats 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9 30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 kc/a) 9.30 CHINNA IBRAHIM SAHIB (Nagaswaram) t 9 45 to AS IN MADRAS 1 II IV&aSBARIIY LILY BISCUIT CO. CALCUTTA Fi /..-- _^----_ --T":77" All times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Sijpklil.. j M. M. DAND.4PANI DESIG.4R, whose recorded music will be broadcast from Madras today MUSICAL PRELUDE Siva Sankara ' Harikambodi t 7 50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 SONGS FROM TYAGARAJA t 8.30 R. SITYAMALA DEVI (Veen) Swami ni Ananda Natamidus Mariyadai nano Tamadameno Akaramumahl 9.0 Close down 1.0 KADAMBAM t 1.40 R. SHYAMALA DEVI (Veena) Adum Deivam Ramam Bhaja Apakare Nindaf TRICIIY 398 metres (7,58 kc/s) 2 0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST Makkal Pakkiam: Alli Armani Malai: Talk Is Tamil; Nikalchi Vilakkam: Al1I Tirumasam: Feature in Tamil TRANSMISSION Ill 5.0 T. K. NATARAJA BHAGAVA- TAR TIlai Natarajane Ani Ponnambalau NaPa maneada Palo two 5.45 LEARN TO SING San tarahhorenam Puaoaras arafi Rani Mohawk 6.0 T. K. NATARAJA BHAGAVATAR Deivam Unds Kalyani Kali tirumo Todl (sane Chakrsraka,n lnda nel Arabhi 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 4.40 FOR THE VILLAGES Tinaimunaindu thuditt:da: Cultivat'on of lucerne; tsatehalma molalpol; Kettaya Saagati; C. HONNAPPA BHAGAVATAR t 715 OURSELVES AND THE WAR Talk in Tamil arranged by she District Wat Committee, Trichinopoly 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 "REVENGE" Play in Tams? 8.0 AS IN MADRAS 915 M. S. SUBBULAKSHMI t 0.36 B B C NEWS RELAY Sriranjoni Redaragawle Mumma Todi Alolam alolam Ragamalika Alagukku etta Engal Kurakkulam 9.45 VALLI BHARAT.AM (2) Presented by RADIO VADYA GOSHTI 10.0 MELODY TIME t Mukhart Radarogew'a Ragamelike MAHARATAPURAM VISVANATHA AVYAR Unadu Padam Tunaiye Bhairaui Ragam and Pallasri MANNARGUDT RAJAGOPALA PTLLAI: Kambodi Pakkala Nilabadi Kharaharapripa Sr: ARIYAKIIDT RAMANUJA AYVANGAR: Para Sareswali maoavana Rama Purvikalyeat SEMMANGUDI SRINIVASA AVYAR: Parto ps ngal-siadhe Bhairavi; Adum Cbida Ba TANIORE LAKSHMTNAR.AYANA AVYAR Edaikkandu-Khamas; Tirusira giriyaa Senjurutti ADDITION:II, C(IUTII INDIAN SERVICE metres (9,660 kc/a) 8.0 LEELA AND SAROJINI Maname Bhuahanam Entamuddo Yarukkehilum 'Sankavahkxaws Bidrsaha &Sad 8.30 TOPICAL TALK (Tamil) 8.40 CWFMRAT VAIDYANATHA BHAGAVATHAR t Sribelaaubramanya Bitoha 8.50 MUSIRI SUBRAMANIA IVER Rambo., Beha. Tinvadi Charanem?Prop: mans 9.0 A. V. SAROJA: Violin Regamalika Inatakanne Bajanasaya 8.80 Close down metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN. TELUGU 2.10 FAN FARE t CHANAKYA": Budanetam "CHANDRAHASA": Yavvanaae "MANIMEKALAI": Anandam Variase Bilohar Redoran "SAT! MAHANANDA": Poolo poolo POTANA": Idumaoehi 'SANYAST" Adarippsr ' 30 IANAKI NARASIMHAN (Veen) Varoam Vatawt. s Yakked 3.0 Close down TRANSIVJISSION III metres (6,190 kc/s) 1.30 PALGHAT RAMA BHAGAVA- THAR $ :unran kudi konda ".una punniyam Vityanandatfai 9.0 T. CHOWDIAH (Violin) t (liallaganato 'fatamalika Tanana Todl Usani Karaharopriya Ve`auakfwj 0.15 JANAKI NARASIMHAN (Veena) IMansmamyaram Cowls Balagopala ' Bhairaó Thoduneda Pwwaa`avaraE 9.45 SINFONIA GIOCOSO t BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Concerto In D Major for Orchestra R. P. E. Each Symphony No. 8 in F Major Opus Ib Beetho,as Electrical Recording t Gramophone records. THE INDIAN LISTENER

39 DELHI metres (886 kc/s) a rn. 'PHANSMIssION I 8.0 APARNA ROY hrere man ka panchas Gem 8.16 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.30 Lab LEN TO '1 H1S 8.35 USMAN KHAN 4uam-s-munabba. ke eau. hi kya gham-i-mehabbai men shad hun maia Ata na. u b..rar se aaban delchoa mujhe 845 MUKH'FAR BEGAM: a numri J.,...a.era )u rang men hat hash rube has 9.0 KARIM KHAN Is.u.e g..a aye ua._m EMiret APARNA ROY Ky,.0 pi ka elaulaa chsor din Sun o men kahani primes 0.20 SAZON PAR NATCH DHUN A a R AR1ISIt$ 9.25 USMAN KHAN fora tau kan at aim By. lsaraare age Di: se snauq-i-rsskn-s-n.ku m gays 9.35 FILMI GANE t 9.45 KARIM KHAN Senn re gooudn la mammy* DELHI ñantkas lull NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 MUKHTAR BEGAM 7vsamr.; us.s-.-oa.oul rood oa khakistar-i-par wan, hai APARNA ROY: Gut lu.80 Close down p.m. LabIiSi'..IISSION II 12.0 DES DES KE GANE t NEWS IN rakavuusfani 1.0 ENGLISH rva.tl-lai.crb t by me rul.k-dance OLIET Jenny puck pow; ine awes of May; Amarillia Abram circle dance; Step and fetch her; hum.. breast knot 1.4(1 POPULAR BALLADS t bu..g try raar:at rnarajviy taws Baritone; l.s eenta[cit 1.rate"Signal at 1.30 p.m ALr nalu CAMIUL1 ukche.,'i KA t Cbw.ae ossect maenads Side 'late grass -suppers canes BueWera. Daddy lung sego Wrsgh A pra,er at eventide &sag Serenade Drag. Serenade Torsi.. Z.0 b1:hool BROADCAST bsusscas pre true 7; Andean sluuyaea (s): Dunya ke Aspan: lalk In Hsndwtam Coy h. LAL, Mus.cai prelude t; Jhut sacs (s): Shooting ours: lack m Hindustani by M. L. QLKKSH Close down TRANoMISSION Ill 5.0 KARIM KHAN Bane ee seise ye war. Msdtasi Vihmbil Iranian men an ban AI Waal Drat 6.15 MUKI TAR BEGAM bairn; bads Imon.a amwcn must* jayie 6.80 FOR WOMEN Arvns'sA KUY: (sell; B,hnen ki bates; "P.njra": Play in Hindustani by RUAZ SHAMEEM; Aural: Poem written by IQBAL: Recited by SAHAB AGRA (2.L11. -SASH; Soutane wa.e bhusane pai bbd yad ate bads t; Whither womasmaxl: the ideals of womanhood in ascent India: lash m Hindustani by SA1'YAVA11 MALIK; APARNA ROY: Lhasal, L JI ke jawab 4.80 NEWS IN ENGLISH 0.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 JJ APARNA ROY: Gast 7.0 MUKHTAR BEGAM 7 mmars; Kya rag saga ba.m, 7.15 AFZAL HUSAIN Bagbon wen pare huela 7.20 APAR,vA ROY (jest aur 7.30 BARABAR KE SATHI (2) Fan), Lyn: lash in Hindustani by Dr. M. D. 1 ASEER 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS (Phulwari) Due; Dada Ghisu; Ek N,ql Bha).s t; Kam ki W ien: Ek Makalma; APARNA ROY: Gut; Rahaniyan, ladle aur Pabeliyan; Qese ds t; Bache -bon ke khat aur hake jawsb; Ehabaten o ur bazar ke bhao All times are given in Indian Standard Time. Tul INDIAN LISTENER WÉDNÉSDAt, ÓCfiOÉÉfi THE VOICE OF AMERICA.sews and views about the United States 8.45 KARIM KHAN: Vocal music a.0 Na:wS IN HINDUSIANI J.SU I3 o C NE,WWS ALLAY L D MANY 1111í1N d hi to has rea aye aeon, dam hi to has n jae kyon chasma-s-khuntashan thi so por nun nahin raid..oó MUKHTAR BEGAM riegue His nava-s-caan natal' ke gatas men guns garar has u.10 KANAN AND KHURSHID t JAIJAIVANLI.,suyas se heel Jak.uulvl KHAN: Aheyd. sskh1ar BEGAM: Thamri s'arna ROY: Gas J.45 USMAN KHAN..dador se ya sena. se go cosan to gays.0.50 MUKHTAR BEGAM. 0 ad -.-Luan canse nato asalta apka sur ma.n nazar aya oa umaaoa name aya _1.0 Close down DELI -II 2..m. TRANSMSSION I metres (6,190 kc/s)..0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI 1..iU to 9.35 EN 1ERVAL 4o41 metr.s t4, ó0 kc/s) 0.30 Close down.j.25 to AS IN DELHI 1 soda. 'Aaa.latt...lrlaOuavl1 II metres (7,290 kc/s) t2.oto2.30asindelhi I...su Close down Lssruv,.,iv11SSION III metres (6,190 kc/s) 3.0 to 6.45 A3 IN DELHI metres (3,490 kc/s) 145 to 7.0 INTERVAL 3.1 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI KARIM KHAN saya Shya,e Ka.yan: Vilºmbit ant Dr«d.0 MUKHTAR BEGAM -aekron guar. ha.n au. chaodni reten meri.1.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 3.30 to 0.30 AS IN DELHI APARNA ROY: vnotak ka Gerd 9.35 USCbIAN KHAN.sagh men gut khni.e jata ' tin ke woh ass him 3.45 HIPPODROME rogramme for the Forces to 11.0 AS IN DELHI 1 I1-0 Close down DELHI 3áz 4 SEE PAGE 12 PESHAWAR metres (629 kc/s) 8.0 MANOHAR' ROG Chorus: A I R ARTISTS 8.30 NAGINA BAI Rukh-i-rangeen peh maujen hair tabassumba-ip.nhan ki Ghe:a. Mutant Kafi 8.40 Y. PARKASH Air bhi ho gae begat* woh ghafat larks ; 8.50 BILAWAL ON SARANGI 8.55 FLOATS THAKURDASS Phir mujhe deeda-e-,ar yad aya t.aºt Chacal Sun lena o Jane wa e 'Gees 9.5 MOHAMMAD SIDDIQ Wob unka pardaeinkar men iqrar lar lene Gleam Punjabi Gust 9.15 NAGINA BAI Diyar.e-Mwtala hai aur main boot Nara 9.20 BHOR KE RAG t NISAR HUSAIN, DIPALI TALUKDAR as FAYYAZ KHAN 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 9.45 Close down GEET t FAQIRUDDIN: Jawad diwaai CAMANCHA JAN: Tere dan di piad SHANTA APTE: Main bajaos preen sitar dina CHOWDHURY: Main tujh ko Mente dekhoongi 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pushtu) Vaghma-s-Deer: PESHAWAR RADIO OR- CHESTRA; MEHRUNNISA: Da dunya mwafir kbana da -; Lela ahuma ta a ume-kn pursan-neeesakai; Da jang jugbrafian (a): Talk by SARDAR KHAN; ZAR KHAN t: Sta iahq ke sanan mata-ghasaf 1.40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) SULTAN ALI: Mansoor da ishq tmtihan pas haga-tappe; Da zra hal wayile oa shams h el cbatk-charba.ta; Rabab: DIN MOHAMMAD; MEHRUNNISA: Raghe pa bostan ke-naghma. Garzi khwhbala chamas ke toyan-gee(; MOBIN KHAN t: Pa par cha amar da khpal subhan,ardor da-rabai; KHANZADA t Che de noon Je Mohayad-: Shirio-; SULTAN ALI: Da badshºh as mustien wawa da bayas -locada; sjext week's programme summary 4.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 4.30 Close down 5.0 NAGINA BAI Wohi meri lam naseebi wolf teri benlasighoza/ Turn kya fano men hal Goat 5.10 MOHAMMAD SIDDIQ Nast; Yoh sabio maaloom koi seenat-i-sghaah hai Ghaz 5.20 BHIMPALASIw FAZL DIN (Viola) 5.25 FLORIS THAKURDASS Gulmr-i-hastobood oa beganawar dekb Chata Tele : FERE AGAIN! 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Tima Signal Deskar BAairavts Kamod Bhav eeg 5.10 HASHBEN NA JENO t B.ARADA GUILA: "Pohitra Ho.e" Part r and al R.ANJIT ROY: Thumri: Comic song 5.20 CLARIONET: Pahari A I R ARTIST 5.30 PALLIMANGAL ASAR Raul: KULENDU KUMAR DAS; Takar gachh (3t Talk by PRASANTA KUMAR CHOW - A. SATTAR DIIURY; Bha iati: KULENDU KUMAR DAS; KHAN, who braad- Pd igiti: NILMONY CIIAKRABARTY; Dunlyar cas's Lahr music, halchal; jhumur: NILMONY CHAKRAVARTY from Bombay today. CALCUTTA metres 780 kc/s) I a.m. TRANSMISSION ' 7 25 SUPRAVA GHOSH Pujarini ami esechhi t 7.30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 BHAIRAVI Map and Gat Tora:Sarod SHYAM GANGULY 7.50 KHAYAL VILAMBIT AUR DRUT: Lalit Dekho anmani piya so rahat bay; Piu pia tatala pahiyara bole SATYEN GHOSHAL 8.5 HENA BURMAN Prabhuji manmane Mujhe lagi lagan 8 30 ARGHADALI t UTTARA DEBI: Tumi esechha he oath MRINAL K. 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MATILAL: Bedannr dane; NH.IMA BANERJEE: Phul hoye dulechhinu; SAJANI K. MATILAL: Nayan chahe prio; KUSUM GOSWAMI: Tomare je badhu 5.0 TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS Mandola: BAa AIRARTIST 111 j Electrical Recording 6 0 SARANGT Dhun Pilu SAFDAR ALI KHAN 6.15 KUHU-O-KEKA Epare kande kuhu Bhabgiti Aj sandhya belar ei gao Adhanik Sache Giridhari Bhojp NIRMAL KUMAR BHATTACHARYA 6.40 FOR INDUSTRIAL AREAS (Dengali) 7.0 SAMAR SANKAT Kshan: (Looking back) (2): Pearl Harbour: Talk 'n Bengali by KEDARNATH CHATTO- PADHYYA 7.15 SATYEN GHOSHAL Ganth'nu phula har aji Tumhare karan sah sukh 7.30 SHYAM GANGULY Sarod: Map and Gat: Khaenbaj 7 45 "LOUHA NOGAR" Ragpradhas Bhajas (Steel town): Feature in Bengali: Written by BANIKUMAR 8.30 SWEET MELODY t BINA CHOWDHURY: Sabare aj daogo; UMA 1HATTACHARJEE: Amari nayane; VISHM A - DEB CHATTERJEE: Phuleri din ho:o; BINA _IHOWDHURY: Priotama he b:day 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9 0 * BASIC INDUSTRIES OF INDIA (2) Alkalis: Talk in Engl'sb by D. K. 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41 t WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SHAMSHAD BEGAM (Lahore) 8.45 FAZL-I-KAREEM Main hijr men maree ke gareeb ho hi chula the C»' 9 55 DHOLAK KA GEET GULZAR BEGAM 10.0 Close down p m. TRANSMISSION II MUNNI, JUTHIKA, SHEILA SARKAR, MAYA BANERII. SAi- GAL aur PANKAT MULLICKt NEWS in HINDUSTANI 1.0 THUMRIAN, GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 1.40 Close down 5.30 SHAMSHAD BEGAM 'honks idhar na ae naseem-i-bahar ka Veh rag papeeha gata hai 5.40 UMMEED ALI KHAN Khaya' Multarti Vilambit our Drut 5.55 SHEILA RANi APTE: Sitar 6 0 FAZL-I-KAREEM Chacal aur Geri LAHORE 276 metres (1,086 kc/s) Gar 6.10 THUMRI AUR GHAZAL UMMEED ALI KHAN: Pila Subha sadiq jadon SHAMSHAD BEGAM: Ham se poi an roshan hargaahta kcal ki 8.0 AJ KI BAT rascar aisi to na thi 85 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.33 UMMEED ALI KHAN 8.30 NAWAB ALI KHAN Bansiya baiai Nieah-i-shauq rahi Thum?" begarar ankhos taea Bhairavi, Chisel Mel tan! Kaji 6.45 FAZL-I-KAREEM Sanwaria man bhayo Dadra Ao chalen 8.45 GULZAR BECALM us par 8.45 YUSUF ALI KHAN Chacal aur Geer 6 50 SHEILA RANi APTE: Sitar Cat Tadi on Sitar 8.55 FAZL.I-KAREEM 6 55 UMMEED ALI KHAN [haya! Rhimpalasi Theme; Yeh eras thi tujhe gal ke rubana kart, 8 5 SADIQ ALI: Clarionet 7.5 SHAMSHAD BEGAM 'lam ik din jale ja te khakisar ho jaeege 9.10 SHAMSHAD BEGAM "eron se kyon tote pat Cett Men mehroomion ki intiha kya 7.15 NAWEEN SAHITYA Sajni preet kie nadani Goat Review of Hindi books by Pandit 9 20 THUMRI t HAR' 'RISHAN "PREMI" 8.24 GULZAR BEGAM: aret 30 e FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE 9.30 UMMEED ALI KHAN `BDUL AZTZ: Rec&Lotion from Yung' Khayal Bibhas 4ulaikha; SHAMSHAD BEGAM: Dholak ka Bhor aio PJambi' :rat; Halat-i-Hazira or Punjabi Gret t; Gain vidys Dra' "CAREEM: Punjabi Cut; SHAMSHAD BEGAM. 'unjabi Cut; "A dash di Iai baths 'aive" t Baca e bhao; Punjahi men khabaren; ABDUL AZIZ. 'eritation from Haer 1.15 FAZL-I-KAREEM p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 SUR-O-CHHANDA t Select'on of gramophone records 130 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1 40 SHEILA SARKAR t Taba premanma; Tut gave man hina 1.50 INSTRUMENTAL DUET Bhim pa la si LOKENATTI SUTRADHAR: Violin SARAMA DAS: Guitar 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.13 RAGPRADHAN Phnler din gale; Smaran khani knhanikey PULINCHANDRA DEB BURMAN 2.30 ANIMA DASGUPTA t Taba ganen bhasay UM4 BOSE: Abashes chand matte phulete SATYA CHOWnHURY: Amar chalar path KAMAL DASGUPTA: Taba Mukhani 2 45 JHARNARANI Gardoe charkhene Tape unja gamae 8.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 KHELAGHAR (For children) Surer Dadra: A 1 R ARTIST (Sitar); It:hacer ekpaa: DAM'. Ch;thir Uttar; Ekti Gaan t ttish-i-shauq ko kab di se judo rakhkha hai 5.20 SHEILA RANI APTE: Sitar 1.25 SHAMSHAD BEGAM "ara batan nau banau jalwa ba jalwa chane ja 30 THE VOICE OF AMERICA slaved from Delhi 45 MULTAN! KAFI atmeen AT.T KHAN ' 50 Tfn!CAL TALK 4 MUSIC t 0 NEWS in HINDUSTANI 20 NEWS IN ENGI ish 30 B B C NEWS RELAY is YESTERDAY in CHUNGKING Ilk by V'CTOR K'F.RNAN 9 0 FAIT -I-KAREEM Si asoman he tare 9 5 SHAMSHAD BEGAM 4 ke bpi sair-i-bagh hi dil men hawse rahi ha'ak ka Greer 9.15 LIESL STARY anoforte recital Close down DACCA metres (1,167 kc/s) 6.15 RAMAYANA PATH (Readings from the Ramayana): Pandit PRIYA- NATH VTDYAMILTS AN 6.30 NEWS IN ENGI.TSH 6 40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6.45 KAi RAIi.A SERJUN: Palligiti R!NAVBITUS AN SARK 4R 6.50 DUNIYAR HAL Discussion on current again 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME 7 30 "MUK BASUNDHARA" Radio -drama; Written and produced by SUDHIR SARKAR; resented by A I R ARTISTS 9.15 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or VOCAL. RECTTAL: A I R ARTIST S 25 VICHITRA t Sé ection of gramophone records 9 30 THE VOICE OF AMERICA Waved from Delhi 9.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 KALPATARU t Nam '.is.eners' selections Chas.! C AT. 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TRANSMISSION II RAGNIYAN t 1.0 MILE JULE GANE I 1.40 Close down TRANSMISSION IiI 5.30 ALAP AUR JOR MULTAN! ON SARANGI HUSAIN BAKHSH 5.50 NAWAB ALI KHAN Shyam Oar naive ee Thaw: Cureaba khaknaahinon ki yadger boon main Choral 6.10 ALLARAKHi BAI Dahlia ko ra"g tapan ke dikhae jute bola Chacal Dadra aur 7 arse,! 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.50 GHAZALEN Yeh bhigi hui rut yeb fusoon sal barmen Dekhi hai bahut rah bahut din halo sedans NAWAB ALI KHAN 7.5 ALLARAKHI BAI Jan aaiyan ko le ao Themri Ankhiyan kahe ko 'again Dadra 7.22 INAYAT KHAN: Sitar t 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAR Qammali our : ABID Q\WWAL AND PARTY; Deals bidesh ki baten; Maude ALLARAKHI BAT; Phal our tarkari ka i,t:mal: Dialogue between CHOWDHURT and JHAPETEI L'stenera' reques.a; Bal Sabha: Parhai Likhai: Khel kood our parhai: Dialogue between S. L L. 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42 MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) 7.30 SWAGATAM Parvathi Nayaka-Boali-Adi 8.0 MUSURI SUBRAMANYA IYER t Neerajakahi; Amma nano brova S 15 NEWS IN, ENGLISH 8.30 G. N. DANDAPANI (Veena) Manasuloni-Hi n dolam-adi V aridhineeku-todi--chaps Tanamidane--Bwhavaali-Adi 9.0 Close down 1.0 LAKSHMISUNDARAM (Veena) Budhamaarayami-Natakuraa ji-jhampa E varunnaru-balaharnaa--adi Brochevaru-Kha near-adi 130 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 FILM FARE t 2 0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 SITAR: A I R ARTIST: Behag 2.10 J. SUGANDHI Va lagadanaka-sankarabharnam-rupakai Ewrunnaru-Malavawi-Adi Dunmarga-Ran jani-rupakam MAD RAS 2.30 FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (English) Ancient unversities: Amaravati: Talk; How do you think?; The Straits of Gibraltar: Talk 3.0 AFTERNOON' VARIETY t 8:30 Close down 1.80 FOR WOMEN (English) Song rectal; Problems of the young: Going tó tehool; Recipes 0.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t 5.30 C. KADIRVELU PILLAI (Nagaswaram) Dasarathe-Kokifa priya-adi Paiamali na-bhuragan d hari-adi Adamodi-Charukasi-Adi Intaparaka-Ma yavdavagau/rru pakai 6.15 VARIETY t 6.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 MALIKA PUKHRAJ t 7 0 ACCHU PRACHARAM Talk in Tamil analysing Axis propaganda by P. N APPUSAMI 7.10 "PASUR,,AM THEDIYADHU" Play in Tamil: Written and produced by P. SRI ACHARYA and P. R. RAJAC OODA- 7ONT 35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 JANTRA SAMMELANAM Tunes from "Shrikrishnudu" and "Bithanee 8 0 RAGAM, TANAM and PALAVI Saveri ARIYARUDI T. RAMANUJA IYENGAR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ZO 8.30 THE VOICE OF AMERICA "ASOKA" Play in Telugu depicting incidents la the life of Emperor Atoka 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9 20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.36 B B C NEWS RELAY impegambike; Cholluvome saiahaaºa; Eagan 9.45 THE COMMON CAUSE appar Ta k on war effort 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL ' 10,0 T. SUGANDHI Sr, Mahaaanapati-Goula-TripwW Manasa-Ma/ayamarutam-Rapakaes V inayakun i-madkyamaveti--adi MADRAS metres (4,920 kc/s) 7.30 to 740 AS TN 'MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.50 THEY SINE: TOGETHER K. BALASARASWATRI and S. RATESWARA RAO:Punuagai chandram; Parma: Jagamadey P. BANNER.TI and VISWARAMMA: Jaya maha nada nando 5.0 to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS Clow down metres (7.170 kc/s) 1.0 n P.O A.S IN MADRAS I 20 STTAR: A 1(.11 AN TNT; Kapi 1.5 NEWS IN TF.a.IIGTT 2.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down TRANSMISSION in metres (6.150 kc/s) 4.30 m K.0 AS TN MADRAS 1 0 GANALAHARI Fast lesson in music 5.39 FOR Tyr FORCES t,.15 LOKAVARTA News -talk in Mº'ayalam 8.22 KALACHAKRA New. -talk in Kannada 6.30 to 7 0 AS IN MADRAS P. KANNAMBA t Ranabheri; Kr'ahnsmbhaja: Bharamarambu 7.10 FOR THE VILLAGES (Telugu) Vnnava Venkatareddi: Topics' discussion; R'.d'o pata: Song; Rad'o eta oani.hetundi (t): Tall 7?5' NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu)!An items of topical and general interest; Water- I-vel readings and market rates 7.45 to 9.15 A.S IN -MADRAS to 130 INTERVAL metres (4.9'M kc/s) 9.30 D. K. PATTAMMAL t Ninnarul; Attarunam; Eppo varuvaro; Va kanavan 9:45 to AS IN MADRAS 1 THE ECONOMY OF CORRECT BABY FEEDING MO lev,>ñ`itivlñt, VIí;VPIc;Vlé11`i74 1,0117ti3'M WISW: Im`y ` ` `b_'".'`y(,y.vi` <; 1,7,!' e,.`w.l12l..i\ Á.,ost.ma,st. ígaí.á.a..í. &Ill.l.. Glaao needs ao addiaona - ne milk es sugar. Simply anode with bailed wads. 11 in thus the most economical as well as tha stalest and purest infant loud you can buy. Of all good dealers. THE PROPRIETORS HAVE NOT INCREASED THE PRICE. Sunshine t y r9 A. /A `" +i A i! /A.! A A. tt` AA 6S r al "SINK. M. GOPALAKRISHNA IYER, a vaferan violinist, who broadcasts Irene Tricky today 7.45 MUSICAL PRELUDE SEMMANGUDI SRINIVASA AYYAR t 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 9.0 Close down 1.0 KADAMBAM t ALATHUR BROTHERS: Sivanai'ninaindavar P. J. GOVIND.AN: Dikkevarum alai D. K PATTAMMAL: Kumarav 9.so Close down p.m. * TRANSMISSION II TRICHY 396 metres (758 kc/a) J. V. RAGHAVAN: Karunai varidiye RAJAM PUSHPAVANAM: Manama nandhan 1.40 T. T. SARASWATI Nityanandattai nadu Inbamenbadu Parttukkondu Adam chidambaram 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST By -ways in literature: Journals: Task in English; Music t; Play for boys: The Rival: 8.0 TRICHY ORCHESTRA Muttuvidanam Paa-Kurinp" Gangaiyai sadaiyul Nerimi Padilambuda,tinalum Pan-Gaadarane Ilarissnam Raga Atapana 8 30 T. T. SARASWATI Kapali Mohanam lsane Chahkrm,akarn Sakala kala vaniye Kedaram Ivarkum eoakkum Brindaoanam Sadananda Bahadari Koododiva Mayamalauapu/a Sundara Kunjita Ka'aittukki Parttu Piabaiyungal English TRANSMISSION Ill 5.0 MARUNGAPURI GOPALA. GAM Ifariin du (Nagadhwanil Rhntapureaam (Ah'rnata) Radha Krishna (Julap) Kkaraharapriya Yasoda tanaya (Jingle[ Kanada 10.0 MELODY TIME t Khamas Bahag Talk is KRISHNA IYER (Violin) Endundi vedal'tivo Harbor Idi samayamura Chavanata ban anbar Kapi Padabrahmadata Sanjurul6j 5.45 LEARN TO SING 6.0 TANJORE NI. TYAGARAJAN Santatam Bi'efM Kripayapalaya Chrrukaas Khelati Bapsri 6.40 FOR THE VILLAGES "Velavane Engal"; "Jodikkala ": Sbeteh is Tamil Ettanai Sonna'um: Vocal duet; Kettaya Saneat; G. VISVESWARAMMA and J. V. RAGHAVAN 7.15 ACHU RURAL Ta'k in Tamil by Rev. Fr. L. M. BALAM Analysing Axis broadcasts 7.30 * LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7 45 MARUNGAPURI GOPALA. KRISHNA IYER (Violin) Wuhan; Varoli Vadivelan adiyarkku Pa'iom Ra"'mabke, Kiraoani, Hamsaaaadi, Mokanam and Manirangu Trvaram 8.30 THE VOICE OF AMERICA 8.45 TANJORE M. TYAGARAJAN Anaadabhairaei Bdakula Itamb^di Jeaapan 9 20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.45 CLARIONET AND JALTARANG ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SERVICE metres (9,680 kc/s) 8.0 ANUSUYA AND SITA $ 815 -NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.30 INSTRUMENTAL VARIETY t NAGASWARAM: Gnanamosagoradha Purvikofyani FLUTE: Ambaparadevate Ru drapriyo VIOLIN: Sahajagunarama Sankarabharaná... Pahiparva.a Arabhi 9.0 M. KRISIINAMURTIII re Sranjini Saveri Kanada 254'5 metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2,5 NEWS IN TELUGU 210 SONGS FROM THE SCREEN "St -r", TANANAM": Ensakhikal "DEVAK \NYA": Ulaginai "SUMyrHi": Pah'pahi "STRYAPUTHRI": Jaye Ida "MEER4 BAT": Ganalola "KAMBAR": Edtikkijjanmam "DOCTOR": Cha% "IEF.VAN LATHA": More dl "RHAMOSHI": Jhula dale 1.40 A I R INSTRUMENTALISTS rcanikaramunchi Can,nakara vnaradhamula 'n -,nutsu 1 0 Close down metres (6 190 kc/s) Ponchamaw Breada I. nthangi Guntaknye '.30 * M. KRISIINAMURTHT ')ayapayondhe Ja.anmaacq ';jr pmblke Vainas'...: Veered,, Karnataka Rahap tanaaetulorthune Ma aya marrmm ligithe quasi 1.0 TOPICAL FEATURE (Tamil; 1.15 DEVOTIONALS t 'ah'mam; Sitaramana; Amiba ambo: Va.a4e"a SO N C. VASANTAKOKILAM t tantureethi Hamo,-++a.a ani'ayaradu Atone amizhmanam Maai R -r.. 'alai vani Oh me wad nandanatanam Kasnbadi All times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal Electrical Recording t Gramophone recorras. THE INDIAN LISTENER

43 DELHI metres (886 kc/s) a.in. TRANSMISSION I 8.0 * INSTRUMENTAL DUET Sitar and Sarod: A I R ARTISTS 8.30 LISTEN TO THIS 8.35 MASHUQ ALI KHAN Kya kahiye jan navazi-i-paikan-i-yar ko Kin basraton se marte ham ham tum ko gham nahin 8.45 DULARI BAI Dadra; Bala se jo dushman hua hai kisi ka 9.0 ABDUL HAQ Apni ujri hui dunya ki kabani bun main 9.10 AZAM BAI (Kolhapur) Vocal music 9.30 MASHUQ ALI KHAN Raske bhare.ore nain DELHI Gast Thumri Zakhm-i-dil kyon bemahaba dekhir 8.45 DULARI BAI Dadra; Jhut such ap to ilaa= die jute halo 9.55 ROSHAN LAL Dilruba recital 14O NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 ABDUL HAQ Dadra; Main kaise kahun koi bat AZAM BAI: Vocal music NEWS IN HINDUSTANI Geet 1.0 CHOPIN RECITAL t ARTHUR RUBENSTEIN (Pianofortes Polonaise No. z in C Sharp Minor Opus 26 Polonaise No. 5 in F Sharp Minor, Opus 44 Polonaise No º in E Flat Minor Opus 26 Polonttiae No. 3 in A Major Opus 40 Greenwich Time Signal at 1.3o p.m WEBSTER BOOTH AND DENNIS NOBLE f Excelsior Watchman, what of tke night? Bal f e Surgsan: 1.50 JOSEF HASSID (Violin) t Two Spanish dances Sarasota Hebrew melody Achron 2.0 SCHOOL BROADCAST Musical prelude t; Hindustaa ki last in se hai (t); "Ahilya Bai": Play in Hindustani by Dr 1. H. QURESHI; Musical inserlude t; Listeners' Corner 5.0 AZAM BAI: Vocal music 5.20 ABDUL HAQ Dadra; Tarpa d'ya kisi ko kisi beesarar ne 5.50 DULARI BAI Main bar tarah se murid-i-ilzam hogaya; Gem 5.45 MASHUQ ALI KHAN Thumri; Sunta-nahin woh dil se!rabbi dastan-idil 8.0 CLARIONET RECITAL A I R ARTIST 6.5 AZAM BAI: Vocal music 8.25 AIRVOICE ORCHESTRA Pisa 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 4.55 DULARI BAI Tu jo Allah ka Maboob hua khub hua Naat 7.0 MILE JULE GANE t 7.15 MASHUQ ALI KHAN Thumri; Awwal-i-shah woh bazm ki munaq shama bhi thi parwans. bhi 7.30 NAZI ZEHNIYAT (2) Raj pujar Talk in Hindustani by G. L. BANSAL 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS 'Bazar ke bbao; Chandan: Bamri par Notch Dhun; Khabaren; Naat t; Bhalai ki baten: Taxi- -wee; LACHHT sur NANAK: Matka sur Ddsolak; RAMZANI JOGI: -Bans Lahri All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER Lunt. K. B. JL'I.TAN.41.áM KHAN, who broadcast a talk in Hindustani eat fled "Kutton ss lomri our khargosh ka shikar" from Delhi, 130 "KHU.SH BASH DAME" 'oetical pastiche and musical mosaic: Devised cad produced by ANSAR NASRI and ZAFAR 'USAIN 1.0 * NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 120 NEWS IN ENGLISH '1.301 B B C NEWS RELAY 1.45 FILMI GANE t '0.0 ABDUL HAQ ladra; Dekhna bar taraf na majlia men 0.10 VIOLIN RECITAL I R ARTIST DULARI BAI ieet; Kamal-i-bosh hai yun benayaz-i-host hojana '0.25 MASHUQ ALI KHAN ajan kab apio THURSDAY, OCTQBE"R 21 Thumri sil hi to hai na aang.o-kizht dard se bhar as ae kyon :0.40 AZAM BAI: Vocal music 11.0 Close down DELHI 2 t.m. TRANSMISSION metres (4,960 kc/s) 1.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 kc/s).1.25 to AS IN DELHI 1 ().m. TRANSMISSION II metres (7,290 kc/s) 12.0 to 2.30 AS IN DELHI Close down TRANSMISSION HI metres (6,190 kc/s) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI AZAM BAI: Vocal music 7.55 DULARI BAI 'eh tala-i-kbabida bedar nahin hola ihyam ki dams di divani Bhaims 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 4.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI MASH! O ALI KHAN Thumri our Mauad 9.45 WAR SPOTLIGHT 70.0 TSCHAIKOWSKY t Overture t81a: Concerto No. t in B Flat Minor Played by ARTHUR RUBENSTEIN and the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 11.0 Close down DELHI 3 8z-4 SEE PAGE 12 Time Signal PESHAWAR metres (629 kc/s) 8.0 DEKHO SAJAN t Duet: S- D. BATISH and RAJ KUMARI 8.30 BADR BAI Tum jo chaho to mere dard ka darman hojae Chasid Pari ishq chakain Multan Ka/, Punjabi Geet 8.45 GUJRI ON CLARIONET 8.50 MILE TULE GANE t Pandit GIRINDRA: DIPALI TALUKDAR: Khayal JUTHIKA ROY: Gees 9.0 Sardar ABDUL AZIZ Naas; Raz-i-gham fash na ho ishq jo majboor na ho Ab kuchh na poochhie keh kahan boon kahan nahin 9.15 HEERA BAT: Punjabi Geet $ ).20 BADR BAI.Yaq.-i-peen ahabab ki baten Nultani Ka(s 1.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME telayed from Delhi J.45 Close down ).m. TRANSMISSION II GHAZALEN AUR GEET t M. ASLAM: Dil ko gham-i-firaq satae 'CANNA BAI: Tahammul azmaya ja talus ha ;HANTA APTE: Hats o meri nawin jawani INA CHOWDHURY: P'a ke dwar 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pushtu) Vaghma-i Rags: PESHAWAR RADIO ORCHES fra; MEER AHMAD KHAN: Allah pak eat - a me mal she-tappe; Khudaya us der yam -harib-lobha; Dewan-i-Abdul Hamid Bab» Recitation by LAL BADSHAH; HABIB JAN '.m me fu at ke da Hazrat Nabi payimal d -Naatia Lobha; Khair de ka ma sta ishq k -ha aq boli diwana-; Tomorrow's pro iramme announcemens t.80 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) 'iharbaita t; MEER AHMAD KHAN: Earls d ear pa sp'n jabin sulfa tar tar di - turban sha la to Sultanan pa zurguno-naat...hand: Flue: GIJL RAHIM; Srerat-un-Na' (a) Qanun Dan: Talk by M. SHAKIRULLAH 'IABIB JAN: Zama the sat zulm ra yad rappe; Sta da name na za qurban sham: namdara Nabi-Lobha; Market rates 1.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 240* Close down TRANSMISSION ID 5.0 BADR BAI tshq ki beqararian no gaeen Glow \j sak mi,ran de Kfrtan Ka, 5.10 BHIMPALASI ON SARANGI 5.15 Sardar ABDUL AZIZ 3alakashan-i-gham-e-intiaar ham bhee hairs Choca Kaya ka panchhee dole Gee 5.30 FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtu) Recitation from Quran-i Sharif: Text and tram atinn by Maulvi ABDUL QAYYUM; Nan Khwani: LAL BADSHAH: Da Hazrat la makh: col j:han paida oho -Neat: Za banda la bandi 'nano da Hazrat yam-naat; HABIB JAN: E ne da ara murad hail sho-tappe; S.a star» 'humare di-lobha; Da nun paran halal: Din. oque on current war events between 047' SAHIB and HIDAYAT KHAN; MEER ARMAT 'CHAN: His sah'ta nakra cha da de dunya waf -Rnhai; Dakhil me pa Aimer ka ae zama Kbwaja- Qatowdi; Violin: MOHAMMAD \SHRAF; HABIB JAN: Zu'mo sitam makra- Ceet; Za the mudan jara kawam da yar naa hwarama-; SABZ ALI 8; Kre nasib m. ledar da Madine Allah -4 heral NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 118 TOMCAT. TALK Or PUNJABI GANE t 6.55 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 BADR BAI Pesh.i-nazar hareem-i-risalat hai ajkal Nan. S;ndhi Geer 7.40 SAZON PAR NACH DHUN 7.45 HITLER KA EUROPI QII.LA (2) flarsvare: Talk ;n Hindustani by C. M. SADIQ 8.0 "KOOCHI" Play in Hindustani 8.45 Sardar ABDUL AZIZ Ba bar sayyarae sad nasm-o-rahe karda am pai:hi BADR BAI Chant hairs tab dben-o-hikmat deeao-iman isms 9.45 NEW BOOKS Monthly review by E. A. THAKURDASS 10.0 BADR BAI Apni pasand ke gane AFGHAN -PERSIAN PRO- GRAMME Close down BLOOD VITA THE IDEAL TONIC& BLOOD REGEBERATOR ADHYAKSHA MATHUR BABÚ'S MEDICAL RESEARCH LABORATORY Ps U CENTRAL AVE,' CAlhe'VTTA1 8 oz. bottle Rs 214I- per phial r8 oz bottle' Bl Peel phw 7 Electrical Recording t.gratnophone ;ecordp..

44 ' I BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/s) 84* GULAB BAI An baso Bbagwan 8.30 ATA HUSAIN (Baroda) Ablari bata mace bol Colaba Time Signal at 845 a.m NEWS IN MARATHI 9.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 9.10 TOMORROW 9.15 SHANKARRAO ALKUTKAR Palthawaj recital 9.30 'GEET -r} VASANTI: Kaun has antesala UMÁAZIA BEGAM: Paya jae base parda ' SUDHIR CHAKRAVARTY: Kaun nabio ~sae men pagn GIRIJABAI KELEKAR Rome jaman bhave Hari bhajan bina nrkb raisin re BOMBAY Ammar. Maims 10.Q * Close down 12.30* 'GUJARATI' GARBAS t USHA VORA AND PARTY: Nabbi sandbya MANIBAI GARBA PARTY: Awo awe when earowar VASUMATI DIVETIA AND PARTY: Garbe =towline soca [ASENSARI GARBA PARITY: Mare corla NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.0 LIGHT MUSIC f BADRUNNISA: Ham ko hat pyari barari Greg ZEENAT and SHANTA: Mar gai e mohe G. N. JOSHI: Kanha tori ghongari Stolen APZAL HUSAIN:- Lagi nahin tote Rama Dadra JUTIIIKA ROY: Tanman pe manhar ne WAHIDEN BM: Lagi karejawa men chot Thwart LEELA: Arambh taiga shevat 'fbhang WAIVE: Ronata menu Chandrama Bhnegeet LAXMI BAI: Manmohana' gunsundera 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t BOSTON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Overture: Mignon ARTHUR SCHNABEL (Pianoforte) with ORCHESTRA Concerto No, 4 in G Major Thom., Beethoven LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Polka and fugue from "Schwanda" (The Bagpipe Player) Weinberger 3.30 * Close down 5.0 INDIRABAI KHADILKAR Pad Bhimpalasi Swakul tarak ruts Narawar Krishna taman -s. Pod Mound 5.20 A I K TRIO Rang Purr;-Kalyan 5.35 THUMRI AUR HORI Sancht kabo mole batiyan Thamei Ay, Basant bazar N,,-Ka/t' 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS tsharda' FURORE all over INDIA! enamaste' A H; Then will follow KARDAR PRODUCTIONS' 'SANJOG' 'KANOON' Wait And Watch! 6.50 DILRUBA RECITAL auk., Raog Titang 7.0 * KALPIT SAMVAD (2) Imaginary interview with Kavi. Narmad: Conducted by Prof. B. B. VYAS THURSDAY; OCTO-&EA CHILDREN'S HALF-HOUR I Hindustani) Conducted by "MAMOOJAN" Mirla Hawai ke sath; Uran Khatoia; Najma ki diary; Lo lose mito; "Dakia" 8.45 NEWS COMMENTARY (Marathi) 7.15 GIRIJABAI KELEKAR Je more sainya Joyat Mahadeo bi Sliankar thinjhati 7.45 NEWS IN MARATHI 7.55 NEWS IN GUJARATI 8.5 FRONTIER TUNE ON SARINDA 8.10 "HEART OF OAK" Radio reconstruction of the battle of Trafalgar 9.15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 9.45 "PRABH'AT GAAN" Feature in Marathi based on Kalidasa's 'Slokas' from Ragkaoamsa; Script by Dr S. S. BHAWE: Produced and performed by A I R ARTISTS INTERLUDE t MANTZARI MAVRICAKIS (Soprano): Popular arias Close down BOMBAY metres (4,880 kc/s) 8.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY 1 A 5 BHAVGEET t CHANDAVARKAR: Lavit chatka jicala SUDHA JAYAWANT: Ye ye pritam rays GOVIND: Bol bol bale kan lanai 8.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY ATA HUSAIN Hun to tore karan.jagi 9.10 to 10.0 AS IN BOMBAY Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION H metres (7.240 kc.'s) to 2.30 AS IN BOMBAY metres (6,085 kc/s).0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL metres (3.365 kc/s) 7.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS 7.45 INDIRABAI KHADILKAR Ho ma dhan dhan Balamn re more 8,5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY 1 90 ATA HUSAIN Deskar Behag Sakhi man lase ' Bageshri Eri e main kaise 9.45 LESS -KNOWN POEM OF KALIDASA Feature in Marathi: Written by Dr. S. S BHAWE: Produced and performed by A I R ARTISTS Poet Kalidasa's works are world-famous. But thin evening we present a short poem by Kalidasa which is less known and yet is one of the most beautiful poems he wrote GUJARATI GEET ' Amarata man rahewan tyan mrutyu jangy shun Awe dur dur thi toad Mara aotar na bar ma I (I so SAZ SANGIT f DWARAM VENKATSWAMY NAIDU Rneamed:ha on Violin GOPALCHANDRA LAHIRI ORCHESTRAL PARTY: Rang Kedara B M DEVALANKAR: Adana on Shahnai ABDUL AZ!Z KHAN: Darbari on Vichitra Been * Close down CALCUTTA CALCUTTA metres 780 kc/s).7.25 MAYER NAMTI SABAR SERA.NIRANJAN MUKHERJEE t 7.30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 SITAR 'flap and Gal: Jaunpuri 'BASANA CHOWDHURY 7.50 KANTA SHAW Tomar tari, asbe - Bhabgiti Jagat me koi nai 8.0 SAROD Alap and Gat logia A I R ARTIST 8.30 ARGHYA DALI f SATYA CHOWDHURY: Bishnupria MADHURI SENGUPTA: Debata he khola DHIRENDRA MITTRA: Ghumao ghumao PARUL KAR: Nirabe tomay 8.45 KHAYAL DRUT Sain O rnehdi rochhani Subh ghari subha dina BIMALPRASAD CHATTERJEE 9.0 ESRAI: Shudh Todi A I R ARTIST 9.10 E PATHE AMI JE Rabindramngit 5 SITPRABHA GHOSH 9.20 GUITAR: Prabhati Sur AMIYA ADHIKARI 9.30 * Close down 2.30 * IN LIGHT MOOD 1 BING CROSBY, MARY MARTIN and JACK TEAGARDEN Birth of the blues: The waiter and the porter; JOSEPHINE BRADLEY It's a lovely day; When you wear ALBERT KETELBY CONCERT ORCHESTRA In a Chinese temple garden; Jungle drums DONALD PEERS St. Marv's in the twilight: London pride ARTHUR ASKEY with JACK HYLTON: I'll -remember 1.0 IT IS ALL YOURS S Selection from requests 1.40 GUITAR: SUREKHA BISWAS 2.0 SUKHLA SEN: Vocal music 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 015 MASuBEN NA 'RNA t BARADA GUIIA AND PARTY: Ghatak Biday RASHIKLAL: Eí samara tikan day NABADWIP HALDER: Rak kuse jamai (Part t and a) 2.30 * Close down.r+.0 * TODAY --ANNOUNCEMENTS "SARMISTHA": Drama t w( -s -e b. ANUPAM (:HATAK: Presented by HINDUSTHAN DRAMATIC PARTY S.30 CTlITAR: Tilak Kamod AJIT BOSE 5.41 KANTA SHAW Ekaa basi tomar Jago rajani gandha 5.50 BASANA CHOWDHURY Sitar: Alap and Gat Pilu Adhunik Kalpaniks 6.0 PADMARANI CHATTERJEE. Prabhu tomar bina baje Sodium. E debdasir puja laha Va:rulgiti Bhor bhave sakhi 6.15 SURBAHAR Puria Dhoneshri JITENDRA MOHAN SEN 6.40 FOR INDUSTRIAL AREAS (Bengali) 7.0 AMAR PRATIBESHI (Know thy neighbour) (a): Hindus: In birth and death: Talk in Bengal 7.15 PADMARANI CHATTERJEE Ore krishna je sei kali Sadhano Mandire nay ore mandare nay Shmashan bhalo basho jadi Sadhaaa 7.30 BIMALPRA.SAD CHATTERJEE Mania da saiyan tuhi Khayal Sohni 7:40 MANDOLIN AND FLUTE Malgu n ji AFT BOSE and GAUR GOSWAMI 7.45 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES Talk by BUDDHADEV BOSE Naturalists All: 8.0 SURBAHAR Chandni-Kedara: Alaprhari JITENDRA MOHAN SEN 8.15 CHHAYA VARIETIES Piya hatnari ghar par na aye Khayaf f'itombit Nebar bajore bajore Khayat Drat BIMALPRASAD CHATTERJEE 8.30 GRAMOPHONE RECORDS SACHIN DEVAVARMA: Preetme hue badnatm ZOHRA BEGAM: Chhaye mori lagi MOHAMMAD SIDDIQUE: Ya kon sa alam bar RASOOLAN BAI: Raja dar lase suni 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 THE WAY OF THE WORLD Interview on current affairs: MONI MOULIK 9,15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 TOPICAL TALK Or GRACE MOORE (Soprano) t Love me forever Cound-Sarang One fine day hiindoti Vissi D'arte Standcher 10.0 ERNEST AUERBACH (Violin) Introduction and Rondo Cappricciseo Dancing doll Souvenir LAWRENCE TIBBET (Baritone) t Tre Soirri ant Carroza (Tosca) Votre toast je peon- voto (Carmen) * Close down Kan,. Puccini Puccini Schubert BERYL SIDDONS one of A I R Cal culta', new announcers. St. Sauna Potdini Kreit'er Drdlo- CALCUTTA 2 Puccini. Biter metres (4.840 kc/s) 7.25 to 8.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 8.15 INTERVAL metres (6.010 kc/s) 8,15 to 9.30 AS IN CALCUTTA * Close down 4161 metres (7,210 kc/s) to 2.30 AS IN CALCUTTA I * Close down TRANSMISSION HI metres (6.010 kc/s) 5.0 to 530 AS IN CALCUTTA FOR ASSAMESE LISTENERS Assamee songs; News review; Assamese song 6.0 to 6.15 INTERVAL metr's ( c/s) 6.15 to 7 30 AS IN CALCUTTA I 7.30 NEWS REVIEW IN ORIYA 7.40 to 8 30 AS IN CALCUTTA Ii 8.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS (English and Bengali) 8.45 to 9 2G AS IN CALCUTTA VIOLIN A'ap and Cat Desk ARDHENDU GHOST 930 SACHINDAS MATILAL Khayaf Bahar 9.45 to AS IN CALCUTTA? * Close down All times arc given in Indian Standard Time. * Time Signal t Electrical Recording t Gramophone rrt'nrria. 42 THE JISDIAN LISTENER

45 ' 8.0* ABDUL GHANI: Geet LAHORE 276 meten (1,086 kc/s) 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.45 FOR CHILDREN 8.30 SHAMSUNNIHAR BEGAM Comperes:: APA SHAMEEM and BHAI JAN Karam ki gat Khayal Araaari Tu hi sab ka palan har: Chorus; Dagha ki saza: S.ory by Mirza FAHEEM BEG CHUGH G4NGU BAI t TAI; Song by MAN MOHAN AZRA KRISHAN; 8.49 SANTU KHAN QAWWAL AND All Laila (41 Serial feature by MOHAMMAD AHMAD KHAN: Bachchon ki baaten; Listeners' PARTY letters and replies Bamd aur Naas 9.4 FAIZ FAREED: Sarod 7.30 " FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE GHAZNAVI: Recitation from Puran 9.10 ABDUL GHANI Bshagat; MALIKA PUKHRAJ: Dhofak ka Get: Thumri our `Lugman de Duare": Talk in Punjabi by Sufi 9.22 SHAMSUNNIHAR BEGAM GHULAM MUSTAFA "TABASSUM"; MUM- Abhi hamari mahabhat kis ko kya maaloon, TAZ BEGAM: Dholak ka Gees: SHARIF 9.32 GEET t GHAZNAVI: Recitation from Herr; Bazar ke hhao; Punjabi men khabaren: MALIKA 9.36 SANTU KHAN QAWWAL AND PUKHRAJ: Kis Cs jana naukri: Punjabi Gees PARTY Naatiya Qatotrali 0.50 ABDUL GHANI Moroi aur Gera 10.0 * Close down *DES DES KE GEET t 1.0.RtANGA RANG NAGHME 1.40 Close down 5.30* MUMTAZ BEGAM Ku, ne usko samjhaya to hob Saroor-i-dil-i-ash:gan mah-i-khoobi 5.40 SANTU KHAN QAWWAL AND PARTY lltafa aur Purbi Geer 5.55 ASGHAR ALI: Violin 6.0 SHAMSUNNIHAR BEGAM Ab to rut Khayed Pieria Dhanashri TAumri Pita 6.15 MUMTAZ BEGAIM Daasan-i-gham-i-dil unko runai na gai ; Punjabi Gent p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 * SUR-O-CHHANDA t Lion of gramophone records 1.40 RURAL TUNER t Se.erted folk songs 1.50 JALTARANG RECITAL ACHI.":OSH RAY 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI THURSDAY,IOCTOBFIR SHAMSUNNIHAR BEGAM SANTU h8.30khan QAWWAL AND PARTY Hai falak astan Mohammad ka \farhaba zeb dahe masnad-i-ali nasabi 8.45 DHOLAK KA GEET MUMTAZ BEGAM 8.50 TOPICAL TALK Or MUSIC t 9.0 * NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 9.45 FOOTNOTES TO THE NEWS Review of current events by F. W. BUSTIN 10.0 AP SE MILYE Interviews with known and unkown persons Compere: Malik HASIB ARMAD ORCHESTRA t MUMTAZ BEGAM Kya rog laga baithe SANTU KHAN QAWWAL AND PARTY Roa-i-Mahshar saya gustar hai jo daman-i-rasool Jab se dil deewana mahboob-i-khuda ka ho gaya * Close down DACCA!1571 metres (1,167 kc/s) Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6.45 SHEILA MITRA Surer sudha dhasa Mndcrn none, 6.50 THIS IS IN THE NEWS Newsplay: Produced by A I R ARTISTS 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME 7.30 GRAM SHRUTI Dhrupad: Marco RADHARAMAN DAS BASAK Pakhawaj accompaniment by MAHENDRANATII RASAK 2.15 SHREEBHAVAN 7.45 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES Vann, programme for 'ad:ea Naturalis.s all: Talk by BUDDHADEV BOSE As Gran'ma sees it (5): Idle and unpractical 8.0 SHEILA MITRA grand -daughters: Talk in Bengali by CHARU- loge juge bujhi Rabindratangit SILA DEBI; For you, madam t; Guide to good AÍu hay dekho Bhajnn hnusekeep'ng 815 TOPIC OF THE DAY 2 45 ANJALI SENGUPTA Or FLUTE RECITAL: A I R ARTIST Sondar pnabhate ele Adhunik 3.25 VICHITRA t Kali. kú a kuodalini Shyamasangit Selection of gramophone records Close down 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI TRANSMISSION II 855 NEWS COMMENTARY (Bengali) 9.0* KALPATARU t 8.0* ANJALI. SENGUPTA Listeners' se'ections Kuuum ahayane jabe no '' K Ragpradhan' 3.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS s. ns ' hna Rbajan Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 5.15 SAMARESH CHAUDHURI Rabindrasangit 6.30 SHAILA DEBI t Rabindrasangit; Adhunik; Kind's; llamar JAGANMAY MITRA Adhunik; Rab'ndramngit SACHIN DEB BURMAN Adhunik: Hindi Graf Raepradhan; Pa'lipiti 6.15 SITAR RECITAL: Pilu O:tTA SRNGUPTA 6 40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER 9.45 RECITATION From Quran-i-Sharif Text and translation 10.0 ISLAMIC SONG t DILAWAR HUSSAIN 10.5 A I R ORCHESTRA # URDU'SONGS t AKHTARI BAI nor ZOHRA BEGAM * Close down " Time Signal LUCKN OW 8.0 * AJ KI BAT metres (1,022 kc/s) 8.30 SIDDHESHWARI BAI (Benares) Kaisi baja veena Khaynt Hindol Nahaq lae gawanwa Thum', 9.0 DUET ON VIOLIN AND HAWAIIAN GUITAR V. SHIPLEY and M. M. SWARUP 0.5 BARKAT ALI KHAN (Lahore) Apni pasand ke gane 9.25 DO GEET GAUHAR SULTAN 9.35 DHUN ON VIOLIN V. SHIPLEY 9.45 BARKAT ALI KHAN aur Gast 10.0 * Close down p.m. TRtANSMISSION II 12.80* BHAJAN t 1.0 MILE JULE GANE t 1.40 Close down TRANSMISSION HI 5.30 " BINA DUTT Baso more nainan men Bhanwara madhu lobbi mandrae BARKAT ALI KHAN Vocal music Bhutan Gnt 6.45 LOCAL, ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.50 BARKAT ALI KHAN Dhanathri aur Punjabi Mahiya 7.10 ILYAS KHAN Paria Dhonathri on Sitar 7.20 PREM SANGEET Chhipa ur men koi anjan Aj pagal hogai hai rat BINA DUTT 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAR Qawua/i f; Gbarelu karbar: Situ! ka kam: Dialogue between G. D. BHATNAGAR and RAMAI KAKA; Dhobia Gent: RAJA RAM AND PARTY; Kheti ki kahawaten: CHOWDHURY' Ilhajan: SIDDHESHWARI BAI; Ghaaiaast Karita by BHUSHAN; News 8.15 SIDDHESHWARI BAI Jao balam =bin bolo Thantn 8.30 SHUROO SHUROO MEN (In the beginning was) (a) Bhat aur bhatait, (Bards and ballads): Talk in Hindustani by R. C. TANDON 8.45 BINA DUTT Sakhi ri laj hairan bhai 8.50 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or VOCAL MUSIC t 9.45 THE SETTING SUN Gast Bhajaw Analysis of Japanese radio propaganda by FRED if. TERRILL 10.0 FOR THE FORCES BARKAT ALI KHAN 6.0 SIDDHESHWARI BAI Mai ri motiyan Kr aynt Room Na either ai hamnashio ham hairs khayal-i-sasr- Piya bilam raise sakhi Thumri dilbar men Ghaaal Punjabi Geei 10.45' Close down í;. }E"- -,,it"yi VASUDEVA,LTD. Distributors for la BRITISH pll RAgIOS Radios to sal; ern of ultra -mod Regular ranging from Rs. 275!- range An ex4ulsite England everyone's pohjpments from Dayal Singh Mansion, LAHORE. 43 W. CONDITIONING ' r TORS REFRIGERA EQUIPMENT dtttons permltl con be resumed When (Shipments Repair WOrkshOps Radio and efficleºt a f Rell Most to date and r Branches. maintained all our being In a*.ton are Service 11 elfrgl8 Chawringhet, CALCUTTA, Queen's Road, BOMBAY. Hazratganj, LUCKNOW (Base Office) $ Electrical Recording t Gramophone records.

46 MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) a.m. TRANSMISSION i 7.30 * SWAGATAM Lekana Ninnu-Asaveri-Adi 7.40 VIJAYLAKSHMI t Adi param porule; Damodaran mama; Kau mayilada 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 CHEMBAI VAIDYANATHA BHAGAVATAR t Brow tamasumule; Nadamadi tirinda; Jesinadala; Vaya muruga 8.30 R. K. SRIRAMULU (Violin) V innucheppa-mandari-adi Evarunnaru-Malavasri-Adi Nich;ttamu-Vi jayauasantam-adi Tanamidane-Bh urhanuali-adi 1.0 Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION H 1.0 * R. K. SRIRAMULU (Violin) Rani di radu-manirangu-adi llanasa vridha-abhogi-adi Sugunamule-Chakravakam-Rupakam Kalaharanamelara-Sudha Saveri 140 FILM FARE t 1.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 1.5 CLARIONET: A I R ARTIST Kanada 1.10 K. GOMATIDEVI, ;ri kanta-bhauapriya-adi Pahírama- Shadvidamargini-Adi tdiyapadattai-asaveri-adi 1.30 FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (Telugu) Stay questions please MADRAS Wealth from the mines: Iron: Talk; Engineering achievements: Bridges: talk 3.0 " AFTERNOON VARIETY f 3.30 *Close down TRANSMISSION HI (.80 ' EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST FOR CHILDREN ('Tamil) Clearing doubts; Múaic; Great Scifntists: Edison: Music; Story f familiar things: Chlnastare 5.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t N B C SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Overture "William Tell" Rossini DENIS, NOBLE (Baritone) Boys of the brigade Wil/rid Sanderson Phantom fleets Alan Murray LISTENERS' REQUESTS 5.30 K. GOMATI DEVI Kamakshi-Vasansa-Adi tnukku-bhairavi-chapa Dandanitten-Ka:yani-Chapa (n tatamasamu-saveri-chapa Charumat i-kanada-chaps 6.15 VARIETY t 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 8.45 JANTRA SAMMELANAM Ragasudharasa Ando/ika Begada Pharas Banarasamudan lmara sundaraguni 7.0 ODUKKI VAITTAL (1) ' Selavu Indriamaiyadada: Talk in Tamil 1.10 CHITTOOR V. RAMACHAN- DRAN!Iadanu antana livanai maravade Kembanaiyar (Jnpadame Vagadhismari Mukhari Kharaharaprsya Pharar THURSDAY, OCTOBEIR NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 NINNAEDU (1) Gramamu:o Sangha Jeevanamu: Talk in Telugu 8.0 CHILAKALAPUDI VENKATES- WARA SARMA Sandehamu Sri.umdurge Manasuna 8.30 LAYACHITRAM 8.45 CHILAKALAPUDI TESWARA SARMA Paripurnakama Edutanilachite Varidh:niku Ramal'ri,,a Sriraajani Begada Purvika'yani Santarabharanam Todi Nenendu Banturiti Purananenru 3.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 POST-WAR ECONOMICS (1) International currency: Talk in English 10.0 CHITTOOR V. RAMACHAN- ORAN VENKA- MADRAS metres (4,920 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS I 7.40 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.50 SONG FARE t Radha nidura; Gokula bala mukundd; Jeeva neelo 8.0 to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (9,270 kc/s) 1.0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS CLARIONET: A I R ARTIST 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (6,150 kc/s) 4.30 to 6.0 AS IN MADRAS GANALAHARI First lessons in music 6.15 LOKAVARTA News -talk in MaiayaIam 6.22 KALACHAKRA News -talk in Kannada 6.90 to 7.0 AS IN MADRAS ADDANKI SRI RAMAMURTI 7.20 FOR THE VILLAGES t Nausha Charitra: Parana Ka:akshepam from Sri Mahe Aharatam 7.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES On items of topical and general interest; Market rates 7.45 to 915 AS IN MADRAS to 0 30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 kc/s) 0.30 RAJAM PUSHPAVANAM t Manses sancharare; Chendil vela; Hari madams; bianame nadan 9.45 to AS IN MADRAS Clnce 'down EBONITE RODS vo WfSTLRN N1DlA I.. o.11103/ GM, 4o.1lw' 144"Z rizaruct hi times are giver in. Indian Standard Time 81-1E ET it vís`wr I. Writ* to ManuFCK,TUQERS tkuicv a 1'ime Signal, t 396 metres a.m. TRANSMISSIOK I 7.45 MUSICAL PRELUDE DHANAMMAL t 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 MOHIDIN PAVALAR t Tyaga,til Siranda Munnor pugalum Allavin dutarul - Mastan gunankudi 8.30 T. K. RAMASWAMI Enge tedi Saranam saranam Saravanbhava Varuvai kanna 9.0 Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION Karnataka Behag Hamsanadam 1.0 * KADAMBAM.i!Carlsbad' TRICHY Mºlayamarutam Asaveri Kannada Ragamal,ka II 1.40 CONJIVARAM S. RATNA- SWAMI PILLAI Nannu brochutaku Sri Kamakshi Mina lochani Todi Vasanta Dhonyati 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST Katal Nul: Inland seas: Talk in Tantil; Music t; Vettri Veerar: General Montgomery; Tails., in Tamil. TRANSMISSION 5.0 CONJ]IVARAM S. RATNASWAMI PILLAI Nanas brovu Karypa judu H machala Tanaya Kalai.tukki Kadi modi Alli Vizhi III Laid Sri Anandabhairavi Edukulakambodi Sankarabharanam Tiruppugal (758 kc/s) 5.45 LEARN TO SING 6.0 T. K. RAMASW.M Piraya vane - - 'lataag, Innum irakkam - Atar N:ja dasa varala.. KaI_ 6.40 FOR THE VILLAGES "Ad.purani"; The food value of ghee; "Oru popludu ninaarana"; Kettaya Sangati; KILIK KANNI t 7.15 BACKGROUND TO THE NEWS Talk in Tamil by T. P. VEDACHALAM PILLAI 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS I14 'TAMIL 7.45 PALLADAxM SANJIVI RAO (Flute) T. S. SAMBANDAM PILLAI (Violin) KARAIKKUDI NATES& IYyLR (Mridangam) ALANGUDI RAMACI):ANDRAN (Ghat"). 9.0 VALLAI BHARATAM''.(3) I. ' Presented by RADIO VADYA GOSHTI Kandadilai Yadukulakmbod;' Mane ni - - Kharharapriya En ange Uaaai. /' SAVING FOR VICT.ORy (1) Rationed luxuries: Talk in English: SAADAT- UNNISSA BEGAM 10.0 DANCE MUSIC 't GLEN MILLER ORCHESTRA: Sleep, sang..' JOE L'OSS 'ORCHESTRA: How green was my valley AMBROSE ORCHESTRA: Thesheitse`of. Saints e Cecilia }, 'BONNIE MUNRO.ÓRCHI STRA Wglt'Izof the gipues HARRY ROY BAND: Light cavalry '! AMBROSE ORCHESTRA: Arm in arm. MANTOVANI OR ::Skala; A iitmdi serenade L I, t AI4BItOSE 03C01571: ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SERVICE metres (6,660 kc/s) 8.0 TANJORE NARAYANA- SWAMI PILLAI * Mahaganapatim 8.30 TOPICAL TALK (Tamil) By P. V. SUBRAMANIAM 8.40 VARIETY t P. J. GOVINDAN: Dikkavarumillai C. HONNAPPA BHAGAVATHAR: Reghugulapathi P M. DEENADAYALU: Adipurshothama S- DAKSHINAMURTHI: Maruvake P. S. CHINNDURAI: Kooradivel C. S. R. ANJANEYALU: Devadi Dew 9.0 SAROJA VIJAYARAGHAVAN Vidayar.sda Vasanta Ahairnvi Namorala Deuagandhari Ramaneeyada Kharaharapriya Unnaiyallal Simhendramadhyamam 9.30 Close down p.m. TR,ANSMISSION II metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.9 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU Todi 2.10 SCREEN VARIETY -t. "Chandika" ' Eme O Kokila "Deenabandhu" March Mohada "ISanasurakarna" '' Madan Vaieekara "Kafamegam VazGkkai "Sakú Maya" Thanennum "Vramohiai" Pyratom.. t Eléctrieal Recording 2.30 SAROJA VIJAYARAGÍIAVAN. Ambavani Smaramyaham Balakanaka Kanakasaila 3.0 Close down Keeraaaaa lemaa Manokaui Atar PYnaagatiaraB TRANSMISSION metres (6,190 kc/s) 8.30 BUDALUR KRISHNAMURTHI 'SASTRIGAL (Gobtuvadyam) * Mamma Taye Ezhaipal 9.0 FILM DUETS t Sivakavi Yaya.hi - Sakthimaya 4nadashram Kaau/a Bhairavia Vtantbarutha Sannatiraiga l Kavimie Meen Prewki 9.15 CARNATIC ORCHESTRA Nadabrahma Nadabrahmaaa Karuualtara Begada Janani Ritigoasfa 9.30 "YOUR HERITAGE" L ter to an' unborn child: Written and prod by' ed PURUSHOTHAMAN 1.40 STUDY IN GREY t orneranlme of the music of Johanna Brahma B.B C ORCHESTRA rrkvic Overture Opus 8s: Symphony No.- a E Minor :0.30 Close down t Gramophone records. THE inlil{aw - Li?STENER ia

47 DELHI metres (886 kc/s) II_m. TRANSMISSION I 8.0 * AFZAL HUSAIN: Nazm Khwani 815 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.30 RECITATION From Quraa-i-Shari( Text and translation by Qari MOH.AMMAD ZAHIR 8 45 NAAT-I-RASUL: R^citation 8.50 SALAAM: A I R ARTISTS 8.55 NAATEN t 9.5 GULAB BAI Apdi bhi marg mere-'-tamanna se kam ash n 9.10 B S. RAWAT Ryon tar iski nigah-;-nar ae j'na hnga: Geet 9 20 DLIT TN ON INSTRUMENTS A I R ARTISTS 9.25 IQBAL BANO Na dil kuchh babe. na alien k,henei 0,30 Ustad ASHIQ ALI KHAN: Vocal music 9.50 DADRA, GHAZAL AUR GEET CULAS BAI: Kaheko jhu,i banao Dadra B. S RAWAT: Ham se unke samne pahle to khanjar rash diva Choral IQBAL BANO: Kann 'sage nar Geet 10.0 NEWS TN FNGT Ustad ASHIQ ALI KHAN: Sindhi Rhai,e, in SHTJOT-I SARANG A I R ARTIST (Viol's') IQBAL BANO Sonane ko ham mubtala-i-mobabbat Kann ha! tera des DELHI Geist p.m. TRANSMISSION IT 12.0 KHAYAL, THUMRIAN AUR GHAZALEN NEWS IN HTNDTTSTANT 1.0 MARFK WEBER ORCHESTRA + Greenwich T;me.Sion / at 1.30 p.m 1 30 NEWS IN ENGT.ISH 1.45 GREAT ('TsOIRS t DON COSSACK CHOIR 1.45 SHARE A POEM WiTH ME, 21 Devised by MET.VH.LE dé MET TOW: Sneakers IS ARET. HUTTON and MELVILLE de MELLOW 2.0 Close down TRANSMISSION iii 5.0 Ustad ASHIQ ALI KHAN: Vocal music 5 20 IQBAL BANO Ik muntazar-i-wade jakar kabin kys baiths Aea.i.nasaz-i.:shg ke b'1 nahin rah, 5.30 B. S RAWAT Kva 7.,,'rtha he kheh g1 stan men Gast 5 40 FTT,AAT GANE t 5.55 BHTMPALASI A T R ARTST Morn, 60 GULAB BAT' Thumri W+han ma'k.shi ma; narati rah; 6.15 Usad ASHIQ ALI KHAN: Vocal music F *IN Nr. s"'c TN FTVI.T..,.rt 610 N'W in TILNDTTTNT 44 T nn At ANNnTTN('FATF.NTS 6 55 INSTRUMENTAL TRiO V'nl'n %rana: an.t Sarod: A I R ARTISTS 7.0 GULAB BAI Kahe hhanm pan! Them,, 3ra-' tan; so aahir loom na pehehane gee 715 B S. RAWAT Wob in ham men turn men Rarer tha tumben yad ten tr ns vac ten: Gee? 7."9 re -NEAT, PAN(I. )tnl..s ka Geet 7.30 M AGRTBT TEHZiB KI BUNYADEN (21 Isaehrih' monsg;: TIk in H'nduatani 7 an FOR VILLAGERS GULAS BAT: Geer: Bazar ke bhao our khabsrn; ('amnwli t: Axle te't'e ke malva^mame: mass BANO: Gee?;; Suene wá on ke khnt our unke jewah 8.30 THE FABRIC OF AXiS ECONOMY (2) tabour con.erornn: Ta k by K. E. MATTHEW 8.45 JANGNAMA All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22.SULTAN.MMOHAMMAD, who often sings Pushtu songs at A 1 R Peshawar. 9:20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 930 B B C NFWS RELAY 9.45 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 10.0 Ustad ASHIQ ALI KHAN Vocal music B. S RAWAT Has. apni habab k; si hai Gee? IQBAL BANO Ab more na n lage Thum, GULAB BAI Ka's; ban; re ja,se gentle bajar Theme' Ustad ASHIQ ALI KHAN: Vocal music 11.0 Close down DELHI 2 a,.m. TRANSMISSION I m -tree?4 oars kc/s) 8 0 to 9.10 AS TN OFT HI to 0 25 INTERVAL metres (6.140.kc/s) 0.25 to AS IN DELHI 1 0,30 Clog- down Il,m. TRANSMISSION II metres (7 nor) kc/e) 12.0 to 2.0 AS IN DELHi Close down metres (ó.1q0 1,c/a) 9 0 ea 6 45 AS TN DF.T.HI to 7 0 INTERVAL met -es (3 495 ke/s) 7 0 n c TN DELHI 1 ' 45 B. S. RAWAT a... Geer 55 VIRAL BANO ke zr h:a ;.t.'. T. drat ahahrata hen main ^,dear-i-mohahhat k: Rea mere lie hai 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND (.EYT.ON R 30 to 9 3s' A" TN DF,T.HT GULAB BAI: Thumri Main kilt; bun Aryan; 9 45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed from the B B C 10.0 "TWO BEATS IN A BAR" f pear:ne: STTINFV RAI,I.I (Soprano) and i Gee, MERVYN HORDER (Piano) THE LATEST SMASH f Proeamme of dance and song 11.0 Close down DELHI 3&4 SEE PAGE 12. PESI3AWAR metres (629 kc/s) 8 0 SHAHNAI Sabha ka Naghma 8.5 NEWS in HINDUSTANI 8 30 ZOHRA BAT Nag^: Saz men naghma woh kahan jo hai ablaut. i -taz men (:haza 8.40 KAREEM DAD KHAN Prem negar chal lajas' o erg Gee- Di preahan ha ter zulf-i-pareaban ke re Chasm Punjabi Cut :155 BHATiAR ON CLARIONET 1.0 R. N. WADAWA 'iadabi. -batear ka alam near mm hai Chala!; Gee.110 ZOHRA BAI nni hasti ka agar hue numayan ho jae Chazo ',Mani Ka! 120 KHAYAL AUR DADRE f ' 'WA7 KHaN. AKHTARI BAI our ALI `KHRH 7.AHOOR 30 PT )SHIT T PROGRAMME ',slaved from De hi 1.45 Close down 1.m. TRANSMISSION II 30 MIT E nit E GANE t ALLAN AND PARTY: B'smil ke tamper ke I,. RrTATNAGAR: Prom babas! k'se statue, RAJ KUMARI: Too mujhe banale rani NIMA GHOSH: Sham ne khoob 'ia badla '.55 NEWS TN HINDUSTANI. '1 FOR TRTPAT, AREAS (Push'') ^: at'nn t-om O,raa.:.C"^rib Try. by Cs en ' I T T4JAMMUL; GHULAM AT.1 ANT "ARTY t: Ja'we the rakhkare sbwe -NZAR GUL: Badshaho ka gasnm, teal OM - 'oho!: Matra ae saq'-ckazal: MTTTAWA' ' 'ND PARTY: Tong Tatar: Da pukhtann d- iro gad:mi majl;s na rabab. mangi au tambal ' TOBIN KHAN: Vocal music 30 NEWS TN ENGLISH,slaved from De hi.40 FOR TRIBAL. AREAS (f lontd 'aetma- Kohsar: PESHAWAR RADIO Or' ITESTRA: INZAR GUI.: Da era me v^ "ah khabar de-tappe: f.nhka: Serat-,rn-N-' 1: Ameen: Tab b^ M eh"k'riit,lt "!TAW"Tr ANT s"tv. 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48 BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/a) ao INSTRUMENTAL DUET t Film tune 8.30 B. R. DEODHAR. Koyaliyan bolat Hiadd-Babor Colaba Time Signal at 8.45 a.m NEWS IN MARATHI 9.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 9.10 TOMORROW 0.15 M. SIDDIQ Kha q kab,i hai jise dil tent drwa,e ka More ea'nya utarenge par Dadra Pram ke geet sumo balm Geet 9.35 HIRABAI BARODEKAR t Brijlala garle BAaiar. Asachi dhanvat yei Mobana pad Asara parara 9.45 SHREERAM KANADKAR Lal manawan main chau Beg iya patiya 10.0 Clow down GEET t RATAN BAT: Merl phuli hai phulwari BINA CHOWDHURY: Piya ke duar avi re VASANTI: Kb'1 khil kar Bab kaliyan ZORRA JAN: Bahar ayi joban ke khile phul NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI NEWS TN HINDUSTANI 1.0 GHAZALEN t 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t POPULAR DANCE BANDS playing tune, 2.30 A Close down 5.0 VENUBAI DEVASTHALI BOMBAY Todt favourite Disat rea nayana Pad Kharnaj Rup ball to oar Shardul Pad Kali!1tNT-OR - S1MNER,,a(attlgG MADIIUQIf MAdIiU artn jatísh BPI Saks Rob' Zahur Stlae srtdfra r MAJNtJ Mow, AMAR NAi'ti (M,at V.) 5.20 JALTARANG RECITAL A I R ARTIST 5.35 SHREERAM KANADKAR Ab to sun le BAirnpalan 5 55 LOCALaANNOUNCEMENTSAajan 6.0 AUNTY HILDA'S HAPPY HALF- HOUR Programme for children in English 0.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI d.45 NEWS COMMENTARY (Gujarati) 6.50 THTJMRI TILANG tajan turn kahe ko ndra lagae 7.0 THESE NAMES MAKE NEWS Ta k In Maratbi by C. V. BAVDEKAR 7.15 GUTARAT I SONGS t 'IULCHAND: Rod bhari sasarie awun Gees ^HORUS PARTY: Dhari mukti nu dhyan "HANDRADURGESH JOSHI: Lochhe na koi 'TADHULATA DESAI AND PARTY: Awo rai khelo IFRIDA.T, OCTOBER 22 Garbs '.30 A I R VOCALIST rujvin mal chain nine BAavgees 'farm ramavi sajar lobar; 'rabhu meri na'ya ko par utaro BMjoa 1.45 NEWS IN MARATHI 7.55 NEWS IN GUTARATI 1.5 FLUTE RECITAL 3. AMEL 1.20 IN THE NEWS 25 MUSIC 1.30 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES The Age of Industry: France: Talk in English b. "rof. C. N VARIL 1.45 RADIO RECONNAISSANCE 1.0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 1.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 7.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 7.45 WORLD AFFAIRS: B B C talk 0.0 B. R. DEODHAR 'tirha ki bol dam Baje mod Para).. Sava, aye aj Jaws Close down BOMBAY 2 1.m. TRANSMISSION I metres (4,880 kc/s) 4.0 to 8 5 AS IN BOMBAY 1 R.5 VARIETY t 1.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY B. R. DEODHAR Dekho ri na mane Bhairavia 1.10 to 10.0 AS IN BOMBAY 1 '0.0 Close down?.m. 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TRANSMISSION I 7.25 SURBAHAR t ENAYET KHAN 4.30 NEWS IN BENGALI '.40 BIJANKUMAR BOSE Eri phirat sajan Khayal Jaaapari Su SANA l AN MUKHERJEE Guitar: Bhairon f.11 RAISINURANATHER DUTI GAN $ He kshaniker atithi Far hate chhila iudha BANERJEE,15 NEWS LIv ENGLISH 1.30 THESE YOU WILL LIKE t 1.45 KHAYAL: Bhairon batch dijiye mujhe daiya aware jogi ATYAKINKER BANERJEE n SANATAN MUKHERJEE ;uttar: Popular tunes.i0 RA 1NDRASANGIT $ NIMA CHAKRAVARTY '15 RASHIDCH.AND QAWWAL ANT) PATTY $ Nast and Ghoul.30' Close uown t. in. TRANSMISSION II 2.30 OH! THESE OPS (2) t mata in C Sharp minor Opus ºy No. º (Moonlight Sonata! 'ILHELM BACKHAUS 2.45 FAMOUS OVERTURES t Vrlambit Dra! Bee.hooee ngal's cave Mendeleseh' Scala di Seta Rostin B C SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.5 ALFREDO CAMPOLI (Violin) 4 ve Maria Srhuber 'n wings of songs Mendelssohr 15 WEBSTER BOOTH t veryth'ng shall be excelent tiende 0 TT TS ALL YOURS t election of requests 30 NEWS IN ENGLISH en MANTT A e.ttat, conducted by REKHA DEVI hare Baire: News and views of special intere' women; Round the world: An into liger +oman's guide to current affairs: Talk i.recall M \e AI.IH4 4114rnrp Music: -omenta t; Repl:m to listeners' letters 10 NEWS IN BENGALI 15 M'.HTT.A 1-I Ai.!fm,t..) -he kitchen front: Shi'pa kale: Hinis on randicrafts..30 * Close down ' n a'fnn*v_-a*tnouncflments :ALPADADUR ASAR muse 'o n in Bengali: Conducted N. K. CHAITERJEE 30 SHAILA DEVI # 'r bharana may Khayei t5 CT.ARTONET: Purvi I R ARTIST 's SATVAKINKER BANERJEE ku'a bhaba ragare Bengali Khayol Ma'ran,nchi preeti ham turn Bhap, IS ARIINDHATI GUHATHA. KURTA tree songs of Rabindranath 'cane khushir tufan uthechhe li bar bar phire jay Ire ki sunechhia ghumer ghore.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 40 BRUSH UP YOUR A R. P. "a lc in English by SETH DRUCQUER.45 SHAILENDRAKUMAR BANERTEE "i'amb t our Drut Khayol Shankara So janeri aoe; Sakhi ihulan jhulay 0 AKASH KUSUM * 30 "MA" Kama in Bengali adapted by KRISHNA DAYAI IASU: Produced by B. K. BHADRA :3 GRAMOPHONE RECORDS t. C. DEY: Jamini tumi dighal hoyo.amala JHARIA: Din jay dine dine ARIMATI: Am: kemane sahiba j..anendra P. GOSWAMI: Bishma Ismail NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 INDIAN AIR TRAINING CORPS Talk in English by Wing Commander K K. MAJUMDAR 915 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed from London 10.0 AENID PEREIRA (Soprano) As fine goes by; Skylark; Somebody else B taking my place; Well meet again G. A. S. NORMAN (Pianoforte) Prelude Valse Romantique Debase) Debrtuy Minuet Valse "La plus que teat." 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49 LM _ 8.0 * NAGHMA-I-SUBHA QADIR BAKHSH 8.30 NASEEM BEGAM Phir mujhe deeda-i-tar yad aya Mujhe aj ik bewafa yad aya LAHOIfE 276 metres (1,086 kc/s) Cast 8 40 SHARAL' KUMAR APTE Ras ke bhare tore Hain Thamri Bhairaoin 8.52 AKHTARI BAI t 9.0 QADIR BAKHSH Bhaowada joban yarda 9.10 NASEEM BEGAM Use hia udhar ai udhar gharoor aya Mohe preet ki reef bata sajni Khayal Latit Gea 9.20 IHARAD KUMAR APTE Mon man har leeno Khayal Dn VIOLIN PAR BHAIRAVIN QADIR BAKHSH 9.37 GEET NASEEM BEGAM our SHARAD KUMAR ArtE 9.47 QADIR BAKHSH More piya nahin ae Thumri Bhairaoin 10,0 * Close down p.m. T1r.ANiMISSION II AP KI PASANI) t 1.0 USTADI GANE AUR GHAZALEN t 1.40 Close down 5.30* MUNAWWAR SULTANA (Ludhiana) Dard barb kar fughan na ho jae Sajni yad karo woh bat 5.40 QADIR BAKHSH Sr: Rag our Thumri P./u 5.55 NA,,EEM BEGAM lshq men ji ko sabro-tab kahan 60 TILANG ON VIOLIN QADIR BAKHSH p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 JUTHIKA ROY t Bauer tapas kumari Dhire dh:re KUSUM GOSWAMI Ami ki herilam Cenia rang ranga 1.15 SHIKSHA SADAN Educational broadcast Gast Arthanitir adi katha: Talk in Bengali by SAMARRANJAN SEN 1.40 RAMA DAS Tuwi ki giahcho bhule ddh,nik O se emana n.e 1.50 JADAV ALI Sbahnai Solo: Shudh Sarang 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GR4MOPHONE RCORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 PULINCHANDRA DEB BURMAN Eri may ka 3.7 MUNAWWAR SULTANA,hazal our Gast 6.17 HIRABAI BARODEKAR 6.20 NASEEM BEGAM Rain bhai sajan nahin ae 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 645 MUNAWWAR SULTANA 6.55 QADIR BAKHSH Baith ke FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 Gee, Khayal Maligora 7.5 NASEIIIM BEGAM l'hurnr.; Koi utnmeed bar nahin ati 7.15 JANG KE BAD Bekari k rok tham: Ta k in Hindustani by CIIIRANJIV LALL MATHUR 7.30 * FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE ABDUL HAQ: Folk song; MUNAWWAR SULTANA: Punjab Geet; Halat- Hazira or Punjab: Geet; NASEEM BEGAM: Punjabi Gee. ABDUL HAQ: Punjabi song; Dhor dangran to zulam kamayae na t; Bazar ke bhao; Punjab: men khabaren; ABDUL HAQ: Folk song 8.15 GEET MALA MUNAWWAR SULTANA: Punjabi QADIR BAKHSH: Hindi naseem BEGAM: Kashmir 8.30 KEDARA ON VIOLIN.2ADIR B.AKIISI! 8 35 MUNAWWAR SULTANA.lholak ka Geer 8.40 NASEEM BEGAM Ehd-i-rangin ki yadgar hun men 8.45 JANGNAMA Relayed from De hi 9.0 * NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 9.45 WORLD AFFAIR& Relayed from the B B C 10.0 FORCES' PROGRAMME For the Forcas: By the Forces DANCE MUSIC t * Close down IJACCA 257.í metres (1,167 kc/s) Khayal Purui 2.30 MUSIC OF BENGAL Man; Pa'a Kir'an NIKUNJABIHARI ADHIKARY AND PARTY 8.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 JADAV ALI Shabnai solo: Bk snpalari 5.15 PRATIMA GHOSH Bidayer rati adi ase Modern song Kangal sama clseyechhinu ss 5.30 "ARAB-NANDINI": Sketch t 5.45 BANI CHAKRABARTI Kays; rakh may Thumri Pi/u Mere Ciridhari 6.0 GUITAR SOLO RABINDRANATH DAS 6.5 MOHAMMAD YUSUFF KHAN QURAISHY Specially composed song In Hindustani All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER 25 RAMA DAS E pathe ami je Rabindratangit Sunare man Bhajas 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 3.45 PRATIMA GHOSH Ghumae thako Man mandir apna 1.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME (elayed from Delhi 1.30 PAKSHIK Ragpradhan The fora ght's news): Review of the war aituaion in Bengali 1.45 JAYANTA DE AND PARTY l'anl Bhareni kauo Dadra 1.55 THOUGHTS IN VERSES 8.0 BANI CHAKRABARTI rhyama a shobhana Rabindrarangit May G.ridhari ke ghar faun 8.15 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or SAROD RECITAL: A I R ARTIST 825 VICHITRA t Selection of gramophone records 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 * KALPATARU t Listeners' selections 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.33 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Relayed from London u u rtjlt.\t.,.tz4ndra DEB BURMAN.andhya godhuli tarar sane Ragpradhan.:hameli dake chale ay s, 0.15 BHARATI MAJUMDAR t 'dathurapati mohan murati Ogo sandhya manir dip jalechha BINA CHOWDHURI Sedin akashe Swapane esechhslo * Close down LUCKNOW * AJ KI BAT 8.30 REBA GHOSE Langan kankariyan Beet gae d.n Khayal Mian-ki-Todi 3.50 MUJADDID NIAZI Naqab utha ke woh jalwa dacha diya to Woh ake khawb men taskeen-i-iztarab to de Mohan an base more man men 1'ad karo woh chandni raten Geet Time Signal k7 metres (1,023 kc/s) ne Geet.J.0 S. N. RATANJANKAR Vocal music 9.30 DHUN ON CLARIONET RAM DULAREY 9.35 MUJADDID NIAZI Bole woh ae jo naseh mire samjhane ko Fasweer-i-hasrat boon main Greg 9.45 SURDAS KE PAD REBA GHOSE t W.0 * Close down GHAZALEN t 1.0 FILMI GANE t 1.40 Close down 5.30 REBA CHOSE Piya ki najaria Khayal Kahan Pi ki bob na bol Thumri 5.50 GAUHAR SULTAN prem ki apne preetam ko pehoon m Geet Malaat Gha0.0 S. N. RATANJANKAR Vocal music u.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.50 GAUHAR SULTAN: en d.5 LUCKNOW RADIO ORCHESTRA: Naghma 7.15 D. C. DUTT: Geet 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAR Geet t; "Vasavadatta": Play by S. N. TIWARI and S. C. AVASTHI; Geat: REBA CHOSE; News 15 REBA GHOSE Caisi bajai ghanshyam banwuria.viera Mohan murli wala Thumri 8.30 JANG KI RAFTAR Review in Hindustani by N. R. MEHTA 8.45 JANGNAMA 9.0 * NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Relayed from the B B C :0.0 S. N. 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50 M:11) ttab metres (1,420 kc/s) a.m. 1.1tAAN,M1Sa1ON i 7.30 SWAGATAM Ja andhara-valaji-rupakam 7.40 BHAJANS t Siva kumaranai; Bajana sampradayam; Pugash yathukula 7.50 NEWS IN 'TAMIL 8.0 MEENAKSHI RAMAKRISHNANt Enakkunn rupadam; Unaai maranthiduveno 8.15 NEWS 1N ENGLISH 8.30 CHALLAPALLI RAMA- CHANDRA SASTRY Sangita gnanamu-dhaayan-adi Sanataoa-Pha ornan jari-adi Balagopa.a-Bhairavr-Adi 9.0 Close down 1.0 FOR WOMEN (Telugu) 1.43 FILM FARE t 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 FLUTE: A I R ARTIST. V eeravasant am 2.10 CHALLAPALLI RAMA. CHANDRA SASTRY Anudi namunu-brgada-r upakam Etu ubro.uvo-chakraakam-tripate N idumahiwa-hamsanandi-adi 2.30 FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (English) Sc ence in daily ife: Glass: Talk; Supplement ing.be field: Fish stocking; A. R. P. mutua he 8 0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t 8.30 e Close down 4.30 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST FOR CHILDREN (Telugu) Do you know ; Music; Yourself: The nose an«the respira.ory organs: Ta k; Music; Keep fit 5.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t Dance numbers played by the world's leadin dance bands 5.30 K. AYYAVIENGAR (Veen) Sarni n:nne-pantuvarali-adi Makelara-Ravichandr; ka-adi Srimadurapuravas'n.Sahara-Rupakam Ramabajaho-H adustas Kapi-Bka 6.15 VARIETY t 6 33 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 JANTRA SAMMELANAM Vijayambike Anuragamu Smrarajanaka 7.0 R. BRAHADAMBAL Soda nandatandavam-ba hudari-adi Jhankarasrut -Purvika yani-a4 Orukkal-Arabhi-Ad; Chandtasekhara--S; ndh abhai ravi-adi 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 TUPPARAVU (1) MADRA.S Vijayanarar; Savannah &hag.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER K. AYYAVIENGAR (Veen) Inanucnu-Gundaknya-Adi Tanam-Ra`nnsalika Sadguruswamrkt-R tigaala-adi Stvad.kahaparu-Kuraa j.-adi d.30 '1Oi1CAL TALK Ur MUSIC 8.45 'BIIAIRAVI".. hor. story (lamil 9.0 S. V. PARIrHASARATHY $ 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9 30 B B C NEWS RELAY J.45 WORLD AFFAIRS d B C ta.k (Relayed from Landon[ did R. BRA11ADA.v1BAL.vlamavasada-Kanada-M.sra Chapa. ttukada-.hanoran jars[-adi smbanilambari-ndambari-adi.ri Jagadambika-/tajhuti-Adi.0.80 * Close down MADRAS 2 k m. TRANSMISSION I metres (4,920 kc/s) 1.30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS 1 i 40 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.50 T. A. NAGASWAMY BHAGAVrt- '1'AR t i.0 to 8.3 AS IN MADRAS 1 V Close down..m. TIQINSMISSION II metres (7,270 kc/s) 1..0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS 1 ;.0 FLUTE: A 1 R ARTIST..5 NEWS IN TELUGU.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS 1 Sp Close down TttANsMISSION III m tres. (6,150 kc/s).30 to 6.15 AS IN MADRAS 1 lb LOKAVARTA ews-talk is Ms.ayalam..22 KALACtiAh.RA ews-talk in Kannada ;.30 :o 7.0 AS IN MADRAS 1.0 YUDDHA VIMARSA 10 FOR THE VILLAGES (Telugu) :ews commentary in Telugu; Govindudeia Lade:.hajana; Kattavala sevyam: Talk; "Zamabavdi": Feature 1.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 1.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) On items of topical and general interest; Market rare* 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 INTERVAL metr s, (4,920 kc/s) 3.30 SItI VISWAMITRAYAGARA. KSHANAMU Musical discourse in Telugu by PRAYAG. ; tngameswara SASTRY.0.30 Close down LIFE ASSURANCE wjth THE NEW INDIA ASSURANCE CO., LTD., means Protection with Absolute safety. Paid up Capital Rs. 71,21,055 HEAD : - Esplanade Road, Fort, BOMBAY MUSICAL PRELUDE lada sevas Mandeb/Wrote 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL e.0 RLCHY ORCHESTRA t'arulanu veda Salabamsa Ni bhajana Nayakt 6.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH.r.3d '1. A..,UNs.IA1tAA11IAL,'aramapuruaoa.alatyal.unamum sodanal.ruppadu seam swam yynvm karunai J.0 Close down ).m. TRANSMISSION BE t.0 KADAMBASI t S. JANAKI: Adiye paranjotiye SURUMALAI LAKSHMA: Pul.imayil SURYAKUMARI: Gnanolaya gurudeva.í. BALASARASWATI: T:nnamidu of M. DANDAPANI DESIKAR: Nambade MIOODAMANI: Saravanabhava.;1MALAKUMARI and KUMAIt: Dilbar pyare ho S. DAMAYANI'1: Iswari varadayakt A. KANCHANALATA: Le lendi lendika JNAN DUIT: Kon batalaye 1.,4 T. A. SUNDAR.4M11AL,ami daya,(avid; radu ramarum TRICHY 398 metres (758 kc/s) Kedaragau.'a Man.ranra Kalyan. Irani kad:le Ragama.ska 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST.listory is made: Talk in Tamil; It is news:.vewsplay in Tamil TRANSMISSION HI 5.0 T. S. SWAMINATHAN Mangalam porundia.samala varagannusa taro vandennai..11amava Minakahi Kandavar maravara tittanai koti inbam Mohanam Kharaharapnya UeOu hur Kdrkkann, Nata Hindolam Kambodt Varah Khamas Jaunpuri 5.40 QURAN-I-SHARIF Eapesi..on in Tamil by Nagore Hags A M. HUSSAIN; Devotional songs t 6.0 T. N. R. NATARAJASUNDARAM (Nagaswaram) Siva siva Kaividamattan Unai sari Pantuuarali Valaji Vachaspati 6.33 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6 40 FOR THE VILLAGES "Thanmadi sada.y.1"; The Indian bamboo; Kunlrakkudiyjl: Velpattu; Kettaya Sangatk; CHODAMANI t 7.15 READINGS FROM CLASSICS Kalittokayil Iyarkai Varnanai: P. NILA..SANTAM 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 THE REPORTER Interviews Ramu and Somu: Sketch in Tamil 6.0 T. N. R. NATARAJASUNDARAM (Nagaswaram) Manaus' t'allavi J.45 T. S. SWAMINATHAN Shanmukhapriya Ra`amal.ka Alapana Begada Sanmtamum ninai mamma Pal.avi Varuva; Belsag.Panda tanaya Bagesri 1.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 30 B B C NEWS RELAY J.45 WORLD AFFAIRS: B B C talk 10.0 VOICES FROM FILMLAND t r 1LMLAN D T. R. RAJAKUMARI and V. S. SRINIVASAN Avaniyil adavar t'. KANNAMBA: Ulagamellam V. R. MAHALINGAM: Devaki tanaya M S. SUBBULAKSHMI: Enna seiven M. K TYAGARAJA BHAGAVATAR: Vadanm e chandra T SURYAKNMARI: Ranga al enmi KOTHAMANGALAM SRINIVASAN: Vaditavikkum SONGS FROM "DOCTOR" t Chase pavan ki chal; Guam gaya; Mahak rahi Close down ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SERVICE metres (9,660 kc/s) 8.0 LALITHA VENKATARAMAN (Veena and Vocal) 2 Ads= Deivam Kambodi ASWA7'HANARAyANA RAO t Emicheaite ltiranabrova Matarama Todi Kalyani Ragamafrka 8.45 KEERANUR BROTHERS (Nagaswaram) t Ragam Pallavi Kharaharapriya Ragamalika 9.0 P. VISWANATHAN Koa;yada Unadu Dayal Ninnujuchi Kokliadhawnr Pan.wuarul Somrathtram 9.30 Close down metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS 1N TELUGU 2.10 FROM THE SCREEN t "KRISHNA KUMAR": Anbe Dayakam "THIRUMANGAI ALWAR": Elba, Etalaa "KACHA DLVAYANI": Narumas --"JEEVAN NATAK": Mohajala "CHANDRA SENA": Madhuraaayana "DUSHMAN": Preetama 2.30 P. VISWANATHAN Rara sita Hindola vasanta Emineramu Sanknrabharamm Adiamalarinai Pharos 3.0 * Close down metres (8190 kc/s) 8.30 T. CHOWDIAH Mambalka Lalitambike Nivepalinebara 9.0 "VANCHAI" (Violin) 2 Short story in Tamil by D. NAGAHUGAM.3.15 A I R ORCHESTRA lamanarayam; Gaza; Hambir Sriroaji.r Vijayunagan Chakrawkau 1.30 M. S. TRIPURAMBAL t Varada; Madhavane; Muralidhara; Yetaka J.45 A I R ARTIST: Sitar.0.0 PLAY TO ME GYPSY.'rogramme of gypsy melodies and bongs viarek WEBER ORCHESTRA: Saschiakat otpourri of Russian gypsy melodies Schunaan (ODE TZIGANES: Gypsy Fantaisie.IANTOVANI TIPICA ORCHESTRA: Round gypsy campfire 4ICHARD TAUBER (Tenor): Black eyes..r. (iy,ay urink.ug song 0.25 PRELUDE TO REPOSE t,ohn McCORMACK (Tenor): Candle lights.;od keep you is my prayer.0.30 Close down All times are given in Indian Standard Tizne. Time Signal j Electrical Recording t Gramophone records. 4$ THE INDIAN LISTENER

51 ' DELHI mitres (886 kc/s) a m TRANSMISSION I 8.0 DELHI RADIO ORCHESTRA Lalit 8 30 LISTEN TO THIS 8.35 AZAM BM (Kolhapur): Vocal music 8.50 GEET t 9.0 SAIDULLAH BUT!' Sab kahan kuchh lala-o-gul men numayan ho gain Dil ko kya hogaya Khuda jane 0.10 DULARI BAI: Dadra Hairan hai zahid meri mastana ada se 9.20 GHULAM HUSAIN KHAN Thumri 9.30 FILMI GANE f 9.45 AZAM BAI: Vocal music 10 0 NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 SAIDULLAH BUTT: Thumri Di) hi to hai na sang-o-khisht dard se bhar as am kyon DULARI BAT: Dadra Kamil hain web iza dean men pani se ag bharhkate hain 12.0 FILMI GANE t 1 0 YOU ASKED FOR IT (47) t Messages and music from you to youn Devised and compered by MELVILLE de MELLOW Greenwich Time.Sinned at 1.30 p.m YOU ASKED FOR IT (Contd.) f 2.0 Close down 5.0 A74A1 RAT: Vf,eal music 5.20 GHULAM HUSAIN KHAN Thumri Dhund,e phirte hain ik slam men ahaidai tujbe 5.30 MULTANI ON INSTRUMENTS Sarangi, Sarod and Clarionet A T R ARTISTS 5.45 GHAZALEN AUR GEET f 6.0 SAIDULLAH BUTT: Dadra Di se ten nigah jigar talc star gal 6.10 DULARI BAI Masti men farogh-i-rukb-i-janan nahin dekha Gssr 6.20 AZAM BAT: Vocal music 6.30 NFWS IN F.NGI.IvH 6 45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 55 MOTISIN HUSAIN. 70 THTl'fRI AUR GHAZAL DELHI GHULAM HUSAIN KHAN Pi ki hell m bol Thumri SAIDULLAH BUTT Behtar yeh hai ke uska na ands dekhna 7?5 AZAMt RAT: Vnca1 music 7.30 RAFTAR-I-ZAMANA Week' of r events in Hindustani by RAM resaran SHARMA 7 45 FOR VILLAGERS Bazar ke khan; RAZA SHAH: Chhand: "Pan. chayat ka faisla": Makalma; RAZA SHAH: Geer: Khaharen; Fannaishi record 8.30 FREEDOM FROM WANT (3) The age of plenty: Talk by Dr. B. N. GANCULI 8.45 RANGA RANG KHAMACH IRSH.AD.ALI: Dhaa on Sarangi AZAM BAI: Thumri AFZAL HUSAIN: 9.20 NEWS IN ENGT.ISH 9.45 "AUTAR" Play in Hindustani written and produced by RAFI PEER: Presented by DELHI DRAMA UNIT All times are given in Indian Standard Tima.THE INDIAN LISTENEi KALE KHAN, a popular artist of A I R Peshawar. SATURDAY, OCTOBER SS GHAZALEN AUR GEET f AZAM BAI: Vocal music DULARI BAI Ghairon peh khul na Me kahin ran dekhna 11.0 Close down DELHI metres (4,960 kc/s) 8.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9 25 INTERVAL metres (6.190 kc/s) 9.25 to AS IN DELHI metres (7.290 kc/s) 12.0 to 2.0 AS fn DELHI Close down metres (6,190 kc/s) 5.0 to 8.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 ke/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI AFZAL HUSAIN lab se pia pardes 7.55 DULARI BAI aur Gee' Thumn 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI AZAM BAI: Vocal music 9.45 to 11.0 AS IN DELHI Close down DELHI 3 tq 4 SEE PAGE 12 SMARTEST SUITINCS PESHAWAR metre (629 kc/s) 8.0' NASEEM AKHTAR Muubda al rindo keh sarmas.i ka laman agars 8.30 ZARTAJ BEGAM aur Goal 8.40 SADIQ ALI Is kal brij dhoom Asaaari Tare kooche men maikhane hi maikbane name ae Ghasa 8.55 GEET f BINA CHOWDHURY, LALITA ear AKHTARI BAI 9.5 KHADIM HUSAIN Ap se hai meri faryad Rasool-i-Arabi Naat Kahe maro nana ban 0.15 FILMI DHUN ON FLUTE 9.20 ZARTAJ BEGAM Apni pasand ke gane 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 9.45 Close down FILM SANGEET f MUMTAZ SHANTI: Raen dhire aim LEELA SAWANT: Bala joban peh SUNDERAMMA: Ummeed nahin "DOCTOR": Kaisi suhani hhor 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pushtu) Dadra,14;m Narh: PESHAWAR RADIO ORCHES- TRA; FEROZA IAN: Zama pa hal bande khabar sha:-taohe: Da sta pa gham ke jaras' -Lobha; ABDUR RAZZAQ t; Charsane pa same ke: Story in verse: SAMANDAR KHAN "SAMANDAR"; MOHAMMAD ANWAR KHAN Majnoon me alano boli sok me ran ta na praigdi- Chard 1.40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd) Jawabi Tappe; Sayyid AZIZ JAN: Da kho de dera be nangi da che de mayin kram us me nakre pursana; FEROZA JAN: Ma darta os we che mayin sha na me da eta wo che ha sta yari kawuma Rehab: DEEN MOHAMMAD; MOHAMMAD ANWAR: Che pa sar ke ya da aqal na wi karkha-rubai: Khudaya kum ba hagha saat wi-: Pa khule la'ela pa zre ke hula: (º) Nat i Bartari: Talk by SHER BAHADUR KHAN; Sayyid AZIZ JAN: Ka me da era mat'ab hasil aho-taps.; Na de pa khab ke spin bashar winama- Charbaita ZAR KHAN t 2.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 5.0 QAHWA-KHANA 5.30 FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtu) Da beltuna sandare; Sayyid AZIZ JAN: R ltnn pa dau das rarawan de; FEROZA JAN: Bebop pa mans da kill ragh'o; MOHAMMAD ANWAR- Beltuna ranga de gharib kram; Zara'at (31: Da Mevo Faide: Talk by M. 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Tizne Signal 1a j Electrical Recording ; FEROZA JAN: Be pati nor shwa murawwat kern sho-tappe; Rooi da Allah wamana praigda da jata 'eta-lobha; Market rates and next week's programme summary; Flute: GUL RAHIM; MOHAMMAD ANWAR: Shahzada mahboobe waghiato paiwand-badala; Tomorrow's programme summary 640 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 TOPICAL TALK Or ZARTAJ BEGAM: Naar Cur Gad 6.55 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 KHADIM HUSAIN Thumri; Jab har ek phool ashiana tha- Ghaad 7 45 NAE ADABI RUJHANA F (2) Syasi: Talk in Hindustani by AHMED ALI SADIQ 8.0 ZARTAJ BEGAM Sham niaar-isubha hai whim nicer -i -sham hai Gad A apaa des basaen 8.10 SADIQ ALI Garwa tore lag rahoongi Puria Dhaaerrl Ba hardam me numaee jalwa-o-har bar me m 8.25ILMI DOGANE t 8.35 NAGHMA ON SAROD 8.40 KHADIM HUSAIN Kia gadar sambaed rangin hai nigah-i-yar ki Preet nahin atan 8.50 RECITATION 9.45 ZARTAJ BEGAM Dholak ka Gem 9.55 SADIQ ALI Graf Jao jan sayyan Thumri Rhamarh Har qadam doorie maned hai aumayan mujh se 10.5 SHAB BAKHAIR Orchestral composition: Presented by PESHA. 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TRANSMISSION I merr"s (4,880 kc/s) 3.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY SITAR SOLOS t 3.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY 1 ''.50 D. V. PALUSKAR Matkaw 'ag jag jag ki Derkar tlarwa phu ban Bhairavin 9.1C Lb 10.0 AS IN BOMBAY Clt se down?.m. TRANSMISSION II metres (7,240 ke/s) to 2.30 AS IN BOMBAY metres (6.085 kc/s) 5.0 to 6.0 AS IN BOMBAY MESSAGES FROM INDIAN TROOPS Recorded messages from Indian troops in the Midd'e Fait to,heir relatives in Western and Central India 6.t5 HAMIDI RECITAL Rang Shred 6.30 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7 80 INTERVAL 8915 metres (3,365 kc/s) 7.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS 7.45 CHORUS SONGS Tum bin mori halm khabar le Ab to chhor jag ke lalasa 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY FOR THE FORCES 9.30 SUNDRABAI JADHAV Koi dekko bhá ya Shyam S. S. JAVALI, a new artist who sings at A I R Bombay today. CALCUTTA CALCUTTA metres 780 ke/s) aim. TRANSMISSION I 7.25 PAGLA MONTARE TUI t RENUKA SEN GUPTA 7.30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 ARBASUDDIN AHMED Adhenik Bang's Gan Anande jar bolo sun.; Bhulayechha tons 7.50 SAILEN DAS Sitar: Ramkali 8.3 NIKHIL CHANDRA SEN Nishi jago he b'rabi Bhangla ghem mridul ra,e. Jago he ;ago Afro 8.15 NE1"S IN ENGLISH 8.30 PREMANURAG t P" ' 8 45 ROBIN CHATTERJEE More janaki " Kande go raer Kaysi baiai mural'va del men Ghaen Thamri Sarangi: Alap and Gat Rhairaoi Bhajze Pyari ek vaults rip ladaii Gordan Mama ha vitthal yell Abhang 0.50 CELLO RECITAL A I R ARTIST 10.0 D V. PALUSKAR Kahe ho ham se Balms babar ay' Tirath ko seb phire Close down All times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal Card-Malhar Ttlak-Kamod SAFDER All KHAN 910 KAMALA JHARIA * Bhalo ma hhalo 0.20 TABLA!,AITARA: Trital PARESH BHATTACHARYA 9 30 Close down nro. TRANSMFSVIN II * IT IS ALL YOURS t Selection from requests Compered by VAN MTTCNET.L 1.0 SHAFTESBURY THEATRE Ragpradhan Kaaya'angi: Bharat: Ragpradhar Kalpan'kr Dad*, SadAaso ORCHESTRA t Crazy dive: R. Croar: SA-e'tnn T and u 1.10 RAYMONDF, ORCHESTRA t Hungarian dances: Rrahms (Part T and P 1.90 PAUL. ROBFSON (Bass Barion')t Old fob at home; Peer old,toe; Nothio' 140 YOU AWED FOR THESE + HRAi ANTA MT "IC WIZ IEE: P"ther teste kothar SUDHA RANERIEE: Mtane daoni más SANTOSII sr.'s/ GUPTA: Thane fare daoni AKTs'sR CAN: Tomar amar el biraher TRTPTT SFN: Route ke dallo K. T.. 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53 8.0 VIDYA NATH SETH Jag pyare ab ka *owe 8.30 AMRIK SINGH RAGI AND PARTY: Shabd 8.40 ZEENAT BEGAM Nainwa dharat nahin dheer Jo tera kushta-i-ada na boa 8.53 VIDYA NATH SETH Ks karan bhar ae an.su Sakhi wok kitne sandar the 9 3 FAIZ FAREED Naghma on Sarod 9.10 AMRIK aingh RAGI AND PARTY: Shabd 0.20 ZEENAT BEGAM Mare Hainan ban Asar uako zara nahin beta 9.30 ABDUL KARIM KHAN t 9.40 VIDYA NATH SETH Safai ham tuns bin bhae odor Tuns suno dayal hamari arji LAIIOI{E 276 metres (1,086 kcis) ~jam Thumri Geas a Dadra Geer Bhaim, 9.50 A virik SINGH RAGI AND PARTY: Shabd 1G.0 * Close down p.m. T1tf1N.JMISSION II * RIWAETEN MIR DOGANE t NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.0 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 1.40 * Close down 5.30 SHEILA SHAIDA: Khayal Mera yana bana Aslhai Multan, 5.45 VIDYA NATH SETH Turn men rakho laj Hari BhaMn Ab sakoi piya m Ian ki bar, al Geet 5.55 FEROZ DIN: Y to on Clarionet 8.2 AMRIK SINGH RAGI AND PARTY: Shabd 612 ZEENAT BEGAM Maut al ten ada ho kar SATURDAY, OCTOBRYt X Ba.ao to kyua mulh ko yad a rape ho 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 3.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.45 FOR WOMEN Compares: BIMLA and JAMEELA song: NAMITA ROY; Shad, ke bead (5): Tian our unke dolt: Talk; "Nashta": Play by AMMAN ARA BEGAM; Preetam se prec;.;ibhaungi: KANAN t; Ap our ham: L.,teners' otters and replea 7.30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE GHULAM HUSAIN: Recitation from Herr. 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SINGH RAGI and PARTY: Shabd; Bazar k: bhao; Punjabi men kbabaren; GHULAA; I{USAIN: Recitation from Sokni Mahmtod 8.15 * SHEILA SHAIDA blare man la] Gopal 8.25 DIIOLAK KA GEET 'EENAT BEGAM 8 30 RAFTAR-I-JANG Khayal hinjho; War review in H.ndmtani by ABDUL MAJII "SALIK" 8.45 VIDYA NATII SETH: 8.50 TOPICAL TALK Or MUSIC t 9.45 AMRIK :INGH RAGI AND PARTY: Shabd 9.55 SHEILA SHAIDA ASGHAR ALI: Naghma on Violir KANAN DEVI VIDYA NATII SETH Rain milan ki Ka se chhupaun KANAN DEVI t ZEENAT BEGAM Ilayat-i-ulfat ki chandni men musarraton ki kami nahin hai Sajna bajum dil nah`e,agda * Close down IJACCA LEO REISMAN ORCHESTRA: Boa noite; I, yi, Isa.rumee:a: music Ti, yl NELSON EDDY: Song of the Volga boatmen; At the Balalaika 1.ACK WHITE BAND: Pm nobody's baby; Gee; Dholak ka Cae: metres (1,167 kc/s) p.m. TRANSMISSION I 6.15 MRIGANKA CHAUDHURI \ji jharer rate Adhuaik 1.0 BIJAYCHANDRA SARKAR sagarika ore sagarika Tumi eso he abar Adhuaik.i.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH D yechhinu.are upahar, RITEN CHAUDHURI 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS t Ile balaka; O kala megh 3.45 TANCHAKRA SH ANTA APTE DACCA A I R ORCHESTRA: Conducted by llana n:ya priva; Na mitite rho NANORANJ.AN MUKHERJEE 7.0 BURME E PROGRAMME delayed from Delhi 1.40 DHARANI MITRA t 1.30 SMASHING JAPANS MASTER Andhkhana chand Sandhya jakhan name PLAN (1) 1.50 SITA DEBI AND PARTY Secret design and surprise attack: Talk in English More nidiya na jagao Them, w STANLEY JOHN 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS 7.45 SITA DEBI AND PARTY Ke sekh;a angiya Dadra 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI Nahi m nnat Ghasel 2.15 BIJAYCHANDRA SARKAR 3.0 LISTENERS' LETTERS Ankhi jbare mama Kagpradha SHANTA APTE: Geet t Ankh'a Hari darashanko 2.30 JHUMUR t 8.15 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or hf.andrabah.ar RECITAL: A I R MRINALKANTI GIIOSE and PROMODEB.ALA ARTIST 2.45 GANENDRACHANDRA 8.25 VICHITRA t CHAKRABARTI 8 45 NEWS IN BENGALI Ankhite je katha Ragpradhan Baadhure bind Rai Pal,gilr 3.55 NEWS CONL tientary (Bengali, 3.0 Close down 9.0 * BENGALI NEWSLETTER Relayed from London TRANSMISSION II 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 5.0 KHELAGHAR (For children) Chithir jabab; Golpe salpa: Hridadu; Dhandar asar 9 45 BETAR RASHMI 5.30 MRIGANKA CHAUDHURI Views of those who are in the know of affairs Ar Kichhu as; amar, Bhojae of the day 5.35 TUBOPHONE RECITAL 9.55 SITA DEVI AND PARTY SHYAMBINOD GlOSE Dakh;nar dol loge Adhuaik 545 IT'S ALL YOURS t lhumko lacar kunja ta'e Jaamsv BARBARA MULLEN: The Gartan mother's 10,5 THREE INDIAN LOVE lul aby; Danny boy LYRICS t GANENDRACHANDRA CHAKRABARTI Abe mane mahatma All times are given in Indian Standard Time. 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RANGARAJAN Pahimam-Jaaeraa jaai-adi M u nd uvenaka-darber-adi Kanoeduttaga.um-Simhesdrei adhyamans-adi 2.30 A I R INSTRUMENTALISTS Varnam-Vaaaata-Adi Emanat.-Sahana-Rupakam A:.arunam-Bhoirau,-Adi O Jagadamba-Anandabkairavi--Adi Marubari-Khamas-Adi 8 0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t 3.30 Close down 1niire MISSION FOR CHILDREN (English) Greetings and announcements; Rhymes and songs; Adventure s.ory (Part IV): Uncle Handel, piano and the alphabet "D"; B.rthday greetings What better gift than EXQUISITE JEWELLERY Price: are moderate and eon:latent w Ith Quality In beautiful designs. (22ct. Gulnet gold only) B. SIRKAR & SONS LIMITED Manufacturing Jewellers GUINEA HOUSE We hare ne Branches 131. Bowbazer Street Calcutta dattritoai, OCTO$Lrit 3.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t..iancy EVANS (Contralto) t With chorus and the II. M COLDSTREAM...UAKUS BAND..and of hope and glory Beeson -Begs.,anlN(.S NOns.E (Baritone) ttrath chorus and H. M. COLDSTREAM t,ualtaws BAND).wag nl skinny Harbert-84gar...na.at; W BnER ORCHESTRA.ypsy songs and dances Madayai air SeMtia ass o,illnab,so VON 6k.CZY ORCHESTRA tree and easy Po,achsaaa..w I LP. LKS' REQUESTS,.5t1 DAnAS,rmat MORES trlin F.SIRA 1.13 VtutlElY t.,.34 NE b in ENGLISH o4tf t:omme5w.ital NEWS 6.45 KALLUU' QAWWAL t 7.0 K. LAkLkL luas RAO.v,uaaue-Auuvruaa4u-n upakam Snvenkatesam-I ods--rupakam a ao ivl;5vs IN Irk.valL 7.46 II. B. JUNIMKIINIBAL V. IiOVINUASWAMY NAICKLR (VioBst KALYA I1 KAMANAI HAN (Mr.dangaw) ealvau1i!yea ((Shawn) 9.15 LOCAL AlvavuuNCEMENTS.U ava eta IN EIAGLISE' 1.30BBCNEWS RELAY 0.lo Mu l nut K45U5,S BEST (1) Managing ~vans berms us W.M uy women: ' Telling men what they ought.o kuuw but don't 14.0 MANAKKAL S. KANGARAJA.\ Bruvnvamuaa-M unp-murachupa (ivanamueagarada-euruahatyan.-adi Saketauagara,.auha-N ar.hambho ji--krpakam MADRAS 2 a.m. TKaNISMISSION I m..tres (4,920 kc/s) 7.80 to AS IN AaAURAS NEWS IN IELUGU S. SUBBULAKSILMI t Naaoa soughatume; Lk Saharaiera; Kam mi:aake 6.0 to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS 1 B.sl Close down metres (7,270 kc/s), 1.0 to 2.o AS IN M'AURAS VIOLLN: A I R tut 4.5 NEWS IN IELUGIJ to 8.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down ''ISANbMISSION III metres (6,150 kc/s) 4.30 to 6.16 AS IN MAURASS l 8.16 LUKAVARTA News -talk an Maayaaam 8.22 KALACHAKAA.News -talk an Kannada 8.30 to 7.0 AS IN MADRAS SAIRUPRACHARA PAU. SEELANA$U Falk an Telugu ''UR I HE VILLAGES (Telugu) Durana naraju: Yenk.pata; Bodakalu: Talk; Saruku maralam: Dialogo NEWS IN IELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES On items of topical and general interest; Waterevel readings; Marke. rata 7.46 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 0.30 INTERVAL (80.98 metres (4,920 kc/) 9.30 T. N. MANIKKAM t Baia gopa:a; Copier konjum; Ladali modi sunadi; Manavi 9.45 to 10.0 AS IN MADRAS CHARLES'VELU (Tenor) to.15 Itli t THM. RHYTHM t EDMONDO ROS RUMBA BAND; NEW MAY- FAIR ORCHESTRA; JOE LOSS ORCHESTRA; PRIMO SCALA ACCORDEON BAND; GERALDO ORCHESTRA; JAUN d'arienzo TIPICA ORCHESTRA All tima are giren in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal es 7.45 MUSICAL PRELUDE ARIYAKUDI RAMANUJA AYYANGAR t 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 MORNING MELODIES t Manaauloni marmamu Hisdolam 8.30 G. SRINIVASAN AND KUtdALAVALLI (Violin) a :eyave Urakkam vine lyyane un 9.0 Close down THICIIY 396 metres (758 kc/s) Vaaaats Ktlaram Dhaeyan Khaatas 1.40 GOPALAKRISHNA BHARATI COMPOSITIONS t TRICHY BROTHERS: Sabhapatikku Abhog: KUNNAKUDI VENKATARAMA IYER firuvadi caaranam Kawbud: MUSIRL SUBRAMANYA AVYAR: Tillai tillai Kharaharapriya CHEMBAI VAIDYANATHA BHAGAVATAR: 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 G. SRINIVASAN AND KOMALAVALLI (Violin) Ennaikandu Maairasgu Chentanetada Keatalaearah Sudhamayi Amritavarshini Netrandi neratti. 2.3J Close down 5.0 N. R. P. 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PATTAMMAL: Eppo Varuvaro Khania, 9.45 NAVAVARANA KIRTANAS Presented by TRICHY ORCHESTRA Kamalamba samrakabatumam-anandabharasi- Miare aka Kamalambam bhajare-kalyasi-adi Sri Kamalambikaya Katak,hitoham-Saakarabh -Rupakam Ka lab kaya-kambodi-ana Sri Kama ambayah param-bhairavi-jhampa Kamalambikayaathava Bhaktoham-Prseagavardi -Adf Sri Kamalambikayam-Sahana-Tripura Sri Kamalambike-Chants-Adi Sri Kamalamba jayati-ahari-tina It- Sri Kamalambiko-Sri-Kkaada aka ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN S.ER VICE metes (9,660 kc/s) 8.0 RAJAM PUSHPAVAWAM # Ninunnes Panttsnarali Ivareku Sankarabharaaam 8.15 NEWS IN ENGLISIII 8.30 NEWS -REEL (Tamil) 8.40 VARIETY Nijamuga L Keertaai 9.30 Close down p.m. TIIrANSMISSION II metres (11,190 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 FROM THE SCREEN t "BAKTHA CHETA": Sedum "KALAMEGAM": Nasabiaras "PRAHLADA": iambus 'óumatj:"t lumias "SEETHAJANANAM": Sankankantnakas "USHA": Parathpara 2.30 M. S. 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55 . DELHI metres (886 kc/a) m. ZRANSMISSION I 8.0 BASHIR BAI (Ajmer) 4uraj uikla rain bhan.ar se kirnen uthia lajati Gun 6.5 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 8.30 LISTEN TO THIS DELHI 8.35 LAKSHMAN PRASAD rum ho data Gajri Vslembil 8.45 ASHIQ HUSAIN Dadra sur Chacal 8.55 PREM SHARMA rum to chop railer ko bhi ranjith.1-beja umjb Grst 95 AFZAL HUSAIN Ahl-i-gham ka kyuu pata dene login bate» teri 0.10 MOHAMMAD MAQSOOD Vocal music 0.25 BASHIR BAI Mujh men woh tab-i-zaht.i-ahikayat kahan hai ati 9.30 SAZON PAR SARANG GHULAM SABIR: Alcp on Sarangi GHASIT KHAN: Cat on Star 9.45 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 10.0 NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 BASHIR BAI Dadra; Gulrar-i-hastobud use began, war dekh LAKSHMAN PRASAD Age more bhag Bilamal Vilambin More ghat ae ' Bilamal Drat CHILDREN'S HOUR &titbit ki hilli margai: Qa:treali; "Machhli (you bawl": Play; Eli tha Iota t; Nek dil raja: Story related by BARE MIAN; "Chakma": Musical feature; Ajaibghar ki sale (i(: Chinion ke reamo rivaj; (a) Misr ki billian. (3) Nanha graduate; Lo (hat suno: Listeners' letters and replies; Hamare mehman ASHIQ HUSAIN: Vocal music BASHIR BAI Javani khwab ki si bat hai dunya-i-fani men Dekh le koi yeh ik bat mohabhat karke MOHAMMAD MAQSOOD Wok rukh-i-dildar ki ranginias Grit FILMI GANE t p.m. 1.0 THE MUSIC OF AMERICA (6) t American folk -song Symphony Presented by BOB B.ARLOW Greenwich Time Signal at 1.30 p.m THE MUSIC OF AMERICA (Contd.) t 2.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 6.0 BASHIR BAI Hayti -ye slam laman lassoes Hai didni yeh ha' tare intros N 5.10 ASHIQ HUSAIN: Vocal music 5.20 AFZAL HUSAIN Tujhe pad kya nahin hai mere dil ka woh ~ma Latin woh duke kahan se ashyane ke liye 6.30 LAKSHMAN PRASAD Mohan pyare 6.40 MOHAMMAD MAQSOOD Vocal music 1.50 FILMI GANE t {0 BASHIR BAI lb bewafa ko pyar kin heal km kit ke Wain albe&a Multani V0anaiil Mond 6.15 ASHIQ HUSAIN: Vocal music 8.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.55 ATA MOHAMMAD Thumri on Cornet 7.0 AFZAL HUSAIN Sham-i-gham kuchh yes ninth -1 -nos ki harem biro Fable alma ik near dekho 7.10 TASWIR KE DO RUKH BASHIR BAI: Rabbi ae hagigat-i-muntamr war a' libas-i-majaz men ASHIQ HUSAIN: Vocal music 7.20 LAKSHMAN PRASAD Rhayd Paris 7.30 JAWAB MEN Listeners' letter and replies by PAYAYI All tirites are given in Indian Standard Time. tl NR INDIAN LISTENER SUNDAY, OCTOBER FOR VILLAGERS "Pap ka Badla": Swang by DHANPAT SINGH AND PARTY I; Dehati Sae: NANAK sum LACH111; Khabarer our bhao 8.30 NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAMMES 8.35 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 8.50 MOHAMMAD MAQSOOD Vocal music 9.45 ORCHESTRAL SUITES t Water music suite Handel L' Arlesiende (No º) Aar, The fair maid of Perth ASHIQ HUSAIN: Vocal music MOHAMMAD MAQSOOD Vocal music BASHIR BAI Dhuaa sa uththa lehad w rani m hal pi jab ghats bates ka Yusuf taha na koi kharidar rah gays 11.0 Close down DELHI a.m. TRANSMISSION metres (4,980 kc/s) 8.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 kc/a) 9.25 to AS IN DELHI to INTERVAL metres (7,290 kc/s) to 2.0 p.m. AS IN DELHI Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION D metres (6190 kc/a) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.46 AS IN DELHI LAKSHMAN PRASAD Thumri our Dadra 8.0 BASHIR BAI: Gees 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9.30 A.S IN DELHI LAKSHMAN PRASAD IChayd Shudh Kahan, Vilambit ear Drat 9.45 FILMI GANE t 10.0 BEHAG IS}ITIAQ AHMAD: Alas on Stood LAKSI{MAN PRASAD: naps/ BASHIR BAI: Thumri AFZAI. HUSAIN: Chasal to 11.0 AS IN DELHI Close down DELHI 3 & 4 SEE PAGE 12 OUR SERVICE Khan CHULAAM SARWAR KHAN, mho recently broadcast a talk in the Rural Programme from Pushataar. 8.0 JALTARANG t 8 5 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 8.30 NIRMALA DEVI Naat; Dehr mea nagahi wafa wajha-i-tuallee na hua 8.45 RA9iRAI.I ON SAROD 8.50 MAQSOOD ANWAR More mains lags unheen se Thumri Yad me ten kiye mujh se faramtreb mujhe GAaral 0.5 FILMI SANGEET t 9.15 NIRMALA DEVI Rukte rukte rukenge amoo Geer Naat; Dehr mee, dagahi wafts wajha-i-teullee ma hum 9.25 MAQSOOD ANWAR Dil-i-mus,r ki bechaini ka yoon ishar hojae Ghead 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 9.45 FOR WOMEN Amoorat-i-Khanadari (a) Ghar ki aajavat: Talk In Hindustani; Dholak ka Gut: NIRMALA DEVI; "Chant! Bibi": Feature la Hiadmaai by A. MAJID KISHWAR Close down SABD-I-GUL t S. D. 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56 BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/s) a.m. TRANSMISSION FAIYAZ KHAN f Manmohan brij ko 8.6 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 8.30 LIGHT MUSIC t BO\lBi%Y Pr* Colaba Time Signal at am 8.50 NEWS IN MARATHI 0.0 NEWS 'IN GUJARATI 8.10 TOMORROW 0.16BHAVGEET t P. L. DESHPANDE: Ughad dar G. N JOSHI: Nadi kinare nadi kisiara KANCHANMALA SHIRODKAR: Nav trade chap gheun ga ken LEELA LIMAYE: Dhav rani re pransakhys 9.30 SWAMI VALLABHADAS (Ahmedabad) Lóamatkar deedar Deozalh Cal namadiya gadz P RAHMAT KHAN (Dharwar) Sitar recital - I0.30 Close down TRANSMISSION D 11.0 A I R ORCHESTRA Saararhtratenk J. G. GORE Sod re Shreedhara ahaluchya Mara Marian Haiti halo ya sajona Alo tuzgyach daria Bkañpat BISMIL QAWWAL a parda aaakia opoa jalwa to dikhata ja Gana jam ghairon hi ko her has ata bota hai Dam torte hai mgi tnaatan rindagi ka CHHOTA GANDHARV Machhario awe mendi RarekaN Chiriya bolas lagi ar p.m PINAKIN TRIVEDI Gujarati folk -songs NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.0 SARDARBAI KARADGEKAR Shore jin Allah ho Sprig Dori jaat piya he milan L30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Oberon -Overture Wal n PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Concertante Sinfonie for Violin sad Viola Moser ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA On hearing the fist cuckoo in spring Dalian 1.30 Close down TRANSMISSION ID 6.0 SWAMI VALLABHADAS. Palana ghadla Wore mandir hi 5.30 RAHMAT KHAN: Sitar 5.50 THUMRI t RAPIQUE GHAZNAVI Piya cihae Madbu ban men 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 1.0 KRISHNABAI BAHUTULE Ghei ghei maze sache Raogalya madhuvani Gopika iomajena raya Jaifetasaa dbbasg Pa. 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SUNTOKE 8.45 LE F US PLAY YOU SOMETHING 9.15' NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 SYMPHONIC HOUR t LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA The bartered bride: Overture Smetana Suite de baiet: "The Origin of Design" Hands, SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Symphony No. a in E Minor Close down BOMBAY 2 a.m. TRANSMISSION I (4,880 kc/s) 8 0 try 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY I 8.5 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC t BIRENDRA KISHORE: Basest on Bees ENAYAT KHAN: Gar Pila on Sitar ALAUDDIN KHAN: Lalit on Scrod 8.15 to 850 AS IN BOMBAY l 8.50 GUJARATI SONGS Prabhu avo avo avo Maim 9.10 to AS IN BOMBAY 1 TRANSMISSION H metres (7,240 kc/s) 11.0 to 2.30 p.m. AS IN BOMBAY Ciosc down TRANSMISSION Ill metres (6.085 kc/s) 5.0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL metres (3 365 kc/a) 7 39 to 7.45 AS IN BOMBAY SUBTLETIES A I R VOCALIST Tore milan Ii Mathura ea jave 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY 9.0 CHHOTA GANDHARV Mors man lagi Mukut par wari jaun OS 9.30 BISMII QAWWAL Mare fine ka maze basil ha gatll ke garib Khan.so Aral he din tinhen le kar chale the tarn mehfil Chacal Phis gayo nagaho nigohoo men Racool Allah lea New 9.50 J. 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TAGORE Dilruba: Alap and Gat: Card Saran/ 9.30 RECORDED IN OUR STUDIOS BINAPANI MUKHERJEE Par legado: Khayal Bhairon 9.45 SITAR Aleja and Cot: Bhairarí 1 RENUKA SAHA 10.0 Close down JALAN NATH 48W, whom featuu ' A,eses,. Aanna," ea broadcast from Lahore. Away par karo he Sadhan Hari he biphale janama Hate 7.30 GEETA DAS Eke beria aaiyan Thrmri: Pit GUITAR DUET: K hambaj TRANSMISSION TI SUJIT NATH and AJIT BOSE CALLING ALL CHILDREN 7.50 AKASH KUSUM Conducted by UNCLE TOM: Presented by 8.0 D. M: TAGORE PRIVA CHATTERJEE Boat: Au', and Gat: Pahodí Birthday greetings and replies to letters: MARY 8.15 GEETA DAS has a chat with Mr. Cricket, Mr. Grasshopper. Shyama sundara Mr. Lizard and Mr,. Gloworm; Moment, Taba jagar aatbi musical: Requests l; Three uncles come viaitiag 8 e0 S\l'F ET.. r a a.+i' 1 T Auntie Gwen: Puzzles 12.0 FREDA GRAY: Soubrette p.m LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA t NEXT WEEK IT IS ALL YOURS t 1.0 JULIA WORTMAN (Pianoforte) 2 Concerto in B Minor Bach 1.15 ANNE ZIEGLER (Soprano) t Song in the night; Schumann's slumber song; Waltz song; Invitation to the waltz 1 30 NEWS IN ENGLISH Bkaja. Sala no kinar kyan chhe 1.40 SHANKAR MUSTAFI Gan Duti gas mor duti pakhl Bkangiti 9.5 SHAHNAI RECITAL t Amare bhuliooa go Adhunik Ethan Bhairauis: ALI HUSAIN AND PARTY 1.60 DIPTINARAVAN SRIMANI Sarod: Briedebee taraag 2.0 MRINALKAN'II GHOSH (21 Tomar malar ekti kuaum Bhavgiti Akaron hate dukha Kavyasangit 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 GHATANA PRCiBAHA Review of current eventa in Bengali by CACHIN. DRALAL GHOSE 2.25 SE CHHILA AMAR AMITA SEN t TRANSMISSION ITl 50 'TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS PANCHMESHALI: Variety f Orchestra: R. C. BORAL; GOPALBALA and PREM KUMAR: Giridhari: Duet; ILA GIIOSH: Nayna man apamaa: Hindi Shams: MAMA- RANJAN CHAKRABARTY: Natun jamai: Comic; K. C DEY: Megha medura: Classical; Kazi NAZRUL ISLAM: Robihara- Recitation; PADMARANI CHATTERJEE: Tumi ar ekti: Adhunik: CHORUS: Chin O Bharat: Chorus 5 30 CLARIONET: Purvi RANKIM DE 5.45 THEY SING TOGETHER $ Qauruwli by ABDUL AZIZ KHAN AND PARTY 6.0 DHUN PI1.U: Sarangi SAFDER ALI KHAN" Kkayal: Burge Saiyan to ekberi aja Themes: Pita 6.40 FOR THE INDUSTRIAL AREAS (Hindustani) "Faoladi Shobar" (Steel Town): Feature 7.15 BHABATOSH BHATTACHARJEE Sanwari aunt mohar. mural Bitejaa TRumn Ragprodn.. TARAPADA CHAKRAVARTY: Cagan no bharane AKIITARI BAT: Jabse Sham BANDE HASAN: Jhanana banana HIRA BAI BARODEKAR: Able saran 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 ABR1TTI t BIRENDRA K. BH.ADRA RAM ADHTKARI: 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 NORMAN EASTERBROOK (Tenor) t Bright is the king of words Hades Silent worship Maeda Trumpeters calling Blow blow thou winter wind QauTsn 10.0 "BAXTER'S BISCUITS" Play written by M. O. CARTER: Produced be LORNA HANSON CALCUTTA metres (4,840 kc/a) 7.25 to 8.9 AS IN CALCUTTA to 8.15 INTERVAL metres (6,010 kc/s) 8.15 to 10.0 AS IN CALCUTTA Close down TRANSMISSION II metres (7,210 kc/s) to 2.30 p.m. AS IN CALCUTTA metres (6,010 kc/s) 6.0 to 5.30 AS IN CALCUTTA FOR ASSAMESE LISTENERS DILIP KUMAR SARMA: Aaaamese song, New. review; DILIP KUMAR SARMA: Anamese sn. 6.0 to 6.15 INTERVAL metres (3!305 kc/s) 6.15 to 6 40 AS IN CALCUTTA I 6.40 CHURCH SERVICE 7.30 NEWS REVIEW IN ORTYA 7.40 to 9 20 AS IN CALCUTTA INSTRUMENTAL DUET 0.30 TARAPADA CHAKRAVARTY to AS IN CALCUTTA 1 t Electrical Recording 94 THE INDIANoLI TENRRO

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DEY t Odike flimsy chale Nabadwper Sohanchandrs 1.50 SUDHANGSHUKUMAR BHATTACHARYYA Sitar Solo: Petdip 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 PURNACHANDRA NANDI Naranarayan Ragprdhan Hari bhajneko KANAK DAS t Abele bourn na dio fete dao gelo Jara SUJITRANJAN RAY Jabar beis shah lathed Mala hate Maese pea 2.45 SHEPHALI DAS Nayoume an ban Khayal Mahout 3.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 GOURI CHATTERJEE Amar swapana majhe Adhunik Geyechhinu jabar age r SHAMBHU PAL Tumi priya.gele jebe Modern song.41ói tor nadir ale Ralligiti 5.30 HALF-HOUR IN FILMLAND t Presentation of film hita 8.0 SUDHANGSHUKUMAR BHATTACHARYYA Sitar recital: Baraat PURNACHANDRA NANDI Sama6 surata Ihpmsundaa 1,086 kc/a) SUNDAY, OCTOBER HIRA BAI: Khayal Multani Na ayo ri Dadra 6.13 GHAZAL AUR GEET NALEER AHMAD aur MUNNI DEW 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.45 HIRA BAI Tainde nal main Khayal Bhimpalar. Dard-i-di. ka koi pehlu jo nikal000 to labors 7.0 NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAMMES 7.5 NAZEER AHMAD Jab charkh peh tare mujhe lame hair ishare 7.10 HUSN LAL: Violin 7.15 MUNN1 DEVI our Geet 7.80 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE "Sipaht Di Vohti": Play in Punjabi; Bazar ke bhao; Punjabi men khabaren; ZEENAT BEGAM and HIRA BAI: Dholak ka Goat 8.15 HIRA BAI Ankhon se haya tapke hai ands: to dekho Dholak ka Goat 8.25 HUSN LAL: Violin 8.35 MUNNI DEVI Choral our 8.45 NAZEER AHMAD Suratiya dekhe bins whin chain 8.50 AP KA KHAT MILA Listeners' letters and replies 8.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 I AND MYSELF LTD. (2) Talk by M. L, CHOWLA 10.0 CHHAYA HIRA BAI: Jham jham pays! bale NASEFjM AKHTAR Fermaishi gane MUNNI DEVI Choral our Gen Close down DACCA metres (1,187 kc/s) 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6.45 GOURI CHATTERJEE Thumr. Sahee Ram bbajan kare 8.50 DUNIYAR HAL Discussion on current affairs 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME 7.30 BANKI:M RACHANA PATH Readings from Bankimchandra: Dr. P. C. I.AHIRI 7.45 SHAMBUH PAL Chanclo Krishna tithi Raspradhae Banahuria itni mind Bhajaa 8.0 SHEPHALI DAS Abu hare nanadia Kusumia salor bans Thrmri Kaharva 8.15 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or ESRAJ RECITAL: A I R ARTIST 8.25 VICHITRA t Selection of gramophone records 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 KALPATARU t Listeners' se'ections 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.45 SITAR RECITAL: Chhayanat SUDHANGSHUK UMAR BHATTACHARYYA 10.0 NITA BARDHAN Tomar arati; Giridharilal $ NAMITA DATTA Radhar nayane andhar; Andhar kariya PURNACHANDRA NANDI Themes Rhona) Sundae suajana All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER Time Signal Khaya( Molten 8.0 AJ K1 BAT LUCK1WW maim (1,019 kas/.) 8.30 REBA GHOSE (Allahabad) Turn ne humeri daradia Thumri He jag trata 8.50 D. C. DUTT Ram nam mere man baeio Ham rue din rain Gee: 9.5 JAI DEV VERMA Ham jan fida karte gar wade wale hots eland sitaro millar gao Gael 9.20 THUMRI RHAIRAVIN NOOR JAHAN 0.30 REBA GHOSE Balamwa mora Khayal Bhairon Vilnmbit Jago Mohan pyare Khayal Bhairon Dru FAIYAZ KHAN t 10.0 NOOK JAHAN Dadra; Ibn-i-Mariam has kare koi GEET AUR PURBI DADRA JAI DEV VERMA: Ao mere sundae ban met. NOOR JAHAN: Parbi Dadra p.m. TRANSMISSION D THUMRIAN AUR DADRE t 1.0 MIXED MELODIES 1.40 Close down TRANSMISSION HI 5.30 EK THA RAJA Ham chalen seth toofan chale: Chorus by VRAJENDRA NATH GAUR: Sung by HAYAl AND PARTY; Yeh kyon I:kha hai,: Thooko mat. Khayal Script by S. N. CHAUBEY "Buddhoo se and. kharide": Playlet by SAUKAT THANVI Neck Dhua: Presented by CHION and hit GANG; Dash dash le bachche: Nepali star Bhutani: Talk by B S. UPADHYAYA; "Bar limn": Illustrated story by A. 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Kamalapada-Harikambodi-Adi Brochevaru-Khamaa-Adi V eenapuataka- Vegaoakiei-Jhseapa Nnaithinam-Jae jhuti-adi 7 35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 LETTERS FROM LISTENERS 7.50 "TOTAMALI" Feature in Telugu 8.0 T. B. SUBRAMANIAM (Violin) Sats eni- Naonupalimpa Emani Pervikalyalsi Mahaea Mwkkari 8.30 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES King's English (s): Reading prose 8.45 MAHAVADI VENKATAPPAYYA SASTRI 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 SYMPHONIC MUSIC t AUBREY CRTTCHTON: Piano recital MADRAS 2 a.m. TRANSMISSION metres (4,920 kc/s) 7 30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7 50 PADMAVATI SHALIGRAM t Krishna Krishna; Udaravaiagya 8.0 to 10.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION Il metres (7,270 kc/s) 1.0 to 2 0 AS IN MADRAS MUKHA VEENA: A I R ARTIST Karanataka Behag 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down TRANSMISSION Ill metres (6,150 kc/s) 4.30 to 6.15 AS IN MADRAS LOKAVARTA News -talk in Malayalam 6.22 KALACHAKRA News -talk in Kannada 6.30 to 7.25 AS IN MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RABINDRASANGIT: Rajani O amar;. Bhalobaai; Dora patago 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 kc/s) 9.30 LAKSI1I II NARAYANA IYER Emani ninne; Endukudaya; Tirtiaigiriyan 9.45 P. C. PONNAMMAL t Bhavathu Bhavathu; Kalaye ad; Kadavulai ariyadavarin; Edarkai 16.0 MAHAVADI VENKATAPPAYYA SASTRI t 7.45 MUSICAL PRELUDE T. CHOWDIAH (Violin) t 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 NATHAMUNI BAND t Evarani Eutaw Kanugonu Ape duruku 8 30 KAI.MALA NAGAR 1TNAM Compositions of Arunachal* Ravi En pale kondir--mohasaes-adi Saranam saranam-axaoari-adi Inda Vibhishaoa-Pharas-Chaps Enakku un irupadam-rarassaliks-marrs S i ngaram-k a dara`aala-adi 0.0 Close down 12.0 HOLIDAY VARIETY t "SUBADRA ARJUNA": Anjuvaden '1'H[(:IIY 396 metres (758 kc/s) "SAT! SURANYA": Narayana naraboshana A.lantik mad'!: Talk in Tamil on the Genus "ANANTA SAYANAM": Krishna idea of the Atlantic wall: R T. NAIDU "ASHOK KUMAR": Satvagunabodan 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS "CHANAKYA": Adevanaikkanda 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL "DEVAKANYA": Aha ile anandaea "CHORA MELAR": Adimai 7.45 M. A. KALYANAKRISHNA "DESABHAKTI": Naumai puriyave BHAGAVATAR (Verna) "SUMATI": Jivame asohini ALLANGUDI RAMACHANDRAN: (Ghat~ "BHARAT MILAP": Rani kauailye *he Intanutsu-Csndakriya ARIEL: (Vol V No. (XXIV) Ma Janaki-Kambodi - "Podu Janam": Sketch in Tamil; "Ahura Manua": Musical play in Tam'I; Woman's Page: Chidambaram-Kal yassi. O Jagad:,mba-A nandabhairod Our sisters abroad: In China: Talk in Tamil Padmanah ha-hindu/ant by AMALA BALACHANDRAN; Garadadhwaai: Vihara manaaa-kapi Jatiswaam; Childree'e Corner. Urilen kas yillai-nilamban 9.0 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES Nazi war cry (s ): The Red bogey: 1.40 TIRUKODIKAVAL R. Talk in English by S. THOTHADRI AIYANGAR GOVINDARAJA PILLAI Songs of Ramal' ngaswamigel Idunalla tarunam-char,k si Adadir-Hamranandi 9 45 VALLI BHARATAM (4) 5.0 KAMALA NAGARATNAM Akshayal i nga-san karabharaae. Paamapavans- Pnrvikalyaai Kanakkan-Kambodi Hari madhava-begada 5.40 RELIGIOUS BROADCAST Nadachintansaas Harikambodi Nayoki (Anglican) Jowl Address in Tamil by Rev. R. A. MANUBL 60 TIRUKODIKAVAL R. GOVINDARAJA PILL Al Songs of Ramalingaswamigal Enna punniyam-gawnmaaohai Kattode-Atara Katradu-Nadanamakriys 6.30 NEWS,IN ENGLISH 6.40 FOR THE VILLAGES "Puoida ennale"; Small -pox and its treatment, "Arupudam arpudame; Kettaya Sangati; CAD N. RATNAM AND PARTY 7.15 MUNNUKKUPPTN MURAN (1) Adangu pal -Mosel Tungade-Edskslaksmboli 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 VARIETY IN RAGA t MADURA MANI AYYAR: Anuregamu- Sarenrati B. S. RAJA AVYANGAR: Raghuvamsa sudha- Kataeakatahalam TURAYUR RAJAGOPALA SARMA: fune- Chakratakane SEMMANGUDI SRINIVASA AYYAR: Srikanta niyeda-bharopriye CHEMBAI VAIDYANATHA BHAGAVATAR Ninnu jeppa-mandan K. V. KFSAVA BHAGAVATAR: Kuniitapndans -Natskeranji Presented by the RADIO VADYA GC"HT7- Mane pidiye-ragaesalika Yarukko vanda-bilakari 10.0 MELODY TIME t M. M. DANDAPANI DESIKAR: Jaga))aaaei- Ratapatipriys CHITTOOR SUBRAMANIA PILLAI: Varuvu aver-bhairovi MAHARAJAPURAM VISWANATHA AYYAR, Qulam Tarum-Ragaeaalika V. V. SATAGOPAN: Sri Venugopela Dees - Darfur: Kanavenum Iakaham kangal-sureti T. R, VISWANATHA AYYAR: Muktf alikkaaa -Kure» T K. RANGACHARI: Masada ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SER VICE metres (9,680 kc/s) 8.0 MARLA SURYANARAYANA. MURTI t 8 30 B. S. RAJA IYENGAR t Nagumomu Haribajana.fasadharana "UPACHARAM" Play in Tamil 9.0 LAKSHMIBAI NARAYANAN Pahipa Paramukam Enneramum 9.30 Close down metres (11,790 kc/a) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2 5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 SIRUVARGAL NIGA7_HCHI 2.30 SCREEN MELODIES 't "MAYA MACHINDRA": Andaman Ulm "VENUGANAM": Viodai "SANGAMALA": Paameeuai JEEVAN NATAK": Viabayaviltars JAYAKODI: Thaniye "PAR.*SCRAM AR' Maths Maths "KRISHNA KUMAR": Nahum Siva "FORBIDDEN BRIDE": Niandin Sayer "DAWAT": Nain se "ANDHI": Pram Bansuriya 3.0 Close down All times are given in Indian Standard Time.,Time Signal j Electrical Recording abaci lama Varnam Enthabhagyama S+kalaaaha Arabi Undenru break Kulam Tarum attas-nidli Tsnrirsgirfyr TRANSMISSION ID metres (8,190 kc/s) 8.30 I.AKSHMIBAI NARAYANAN Sarauksha Pan:soaa Sri ha asuhramaoya Biiabarb Pranatharthihn Rails* 9.0 A I R ORCHESTRA Bhissspolaai M albeit, Msltaei 9.15 V. V. SATAGOPAN Aóhagr. Sama. AtaM Hari Kambodi Raaamalik LIFT UP YOUR HEARTS T Programme of music for Sunday PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Prelude in E flat Sao& JOHN McCORMACK (Tenor; Jesu, joy of man's desiring Bat* GWEN CATLEY (Soprano; Oh' had I J bat's lyre Haed*s ROYAL CHORAL SOCIETY And the gory of the Lord Handel GWEN CATLEY (Soprano) Allellu'a-"Exultate Job. ate" Motors PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Choral Prelude -I all upon Thee, Jane Becks Stokonake BENIMINO GIGLI (Tenor) Lord have mercy upon us Stradepa Paoio Angelicas Proa) * f:ta,monhone records. THE INDIAN LISTENER

59 DELHI metres (886 kc/s) 8.0 GAT TORA ON TABLA GHULAM ARMAD 8.80 WEEKLY MARKET REPORT 8.35 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Minnat ki ilaja ki ham dechuke duaea Uthi hasina-i-sabar Nagkma 8.50 FILMI GANE f 9.0 IRA NIGAM: Geet 9.10 HABIB ALI KHAN Vichitra Veena recital 9.25 BHAJAN LAL: 9.30 CHAND KHAN Prabhu Kartar Khayal Shurasht Bhairon Vilambit Din Dayal 9.45 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Thumri; Mite dagh-i-dil arzu rah gal 10.0 NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 HABIB ALI KHAN Den on Vichitra Vacua CHAND KHAN Tan pahno aj DELHI Khaval Shurasht Bhairon Drat Shays! Sarong 12.0 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 1.0 SWING IT (16) t The latest "Swing": Played by the world's famous swing bands Presented by MELVILLE de MELLOW Greenwich Time Signal at f.3o p.m. 130 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 SWING IT (16) } (Contd.) 2.0 SCHOOL BROADCAST Musical prelude f; Musafir ki diary (s) Chamba ki paharion men: Talk in Hindustani by DAVEN DRA SATYARTHI; Musical interlude f; March of time: Review of the fortnight's news by M. MUJEEB 8,0 HABIB ALI KHAN Vichitra Veena recital 5.20 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Dadra; Sharon se age jahan our bid hair 5.35 CHAND KHAN Eris ab base kahun Khavat Dhanatiri Vdambir Terans 5.50 IRA NIGAM: Gees 6.0 HABIB ALI KHAN Pilo on Veena 6.10 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 6.20 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Jalva-i-hum charagh-i-tap-i-doman m bane Raton tori chonch 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.55 IRA NIGAM: 7.0 CHAND KHAN Goes Brij pirt Prabhu Khayal Ifanskiakini; Thumri 7.15 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Dadra; Us shokh ne nigah na ki ham bhi chup rob7.30 SUNEHRE SWAPNE (4) Morris's News From Nowhere: Talk in Hindustani by 14LIí. OTDWAI 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS "Heer Ranjah": Feature by CH. SULTAN; SULTANA BEGAM: Filmi Geet; Bazar ke bhao; HRIDEY RAM: Gut; Khabaren; IRA NIGAM: Gees 8.30 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES Our cultural heritage (a) Contribution of Buddhism: Talk in English by Dr, V. N. BANNERJI 8.45 HABIB ALI KHAN: Veena recital 9.45 INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Discussion relayed from the B B O 10.5 HABIB ALI KHAN Viehitrn Veena recital FILMI GANE t CHAND KHAN Mukh mor mor Kh,d»Aces All times are given. in Indian Standard Yuue THE INDIAN LISTENER MONDAY, OCTOREE a MANU BANERJI, mho broadcast light music tram Delhi MALIKA PUKHRAJ Digargua hai jahan taron ki gardish te= hai saqi Un ankhriyon ki uf nimkhwabi 11.0 Close down DELHI metres (4,960 kc/s) 8.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 kc/s) 9.25 to AS IN DELHI metres (7,290 kc/s) 12.0 to 2.0 AS IN DELHI Close down metres (6,190 kc/s) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI IRA NIGAM: Geet 7.55 CHAND KHAN Gori tore Hainan Thumri 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI MALIKA PUKHRAJ Pahari Gat 9.45 to 11.0 AS IN DELHI Close down DELHI 3 & 4 SEE PAGE 12 _1 r1 D D il, r PESHAWAR metro (629 kc/s)' 8.0 DUA PESHAWARA KHAN 8.30 NAGINA BAI Ek maqºm hai japan sham subsea uhar admen Multani Koji 8.40 MOHAMMAD YAQOOB Naas; Adab shams-i-mohabbat dil-e-kharab hua Hans mohabbat men tannish* bangs PREM SANGEET t 9.5 PESHAWARA KHAN Sagee ne jise chaha deewana banadala Qamaali Na ate hamen ismen takrar kya thee 9.15 BHAIRAVIN ON CLARIONET 9.20 NAGINA BAI Alam-i-roesgar ko scan banadiya Maltani Ka(s 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 9.45 Close down PREM SANGEET t USHA KUMARI: Pinjra hua puraaa ZORRA JAN: Bhanware ten preet NEENA: Man re mat ro LEELA our NANJI: Dunya diwani 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pushtu) Irani Naghma: PESHAWAR RADIO OR- CHESTRA; MOHAMMAD AKRAM: Ta ba me kola kbabsr wakhle-tappe; Sheikh raham kara sta yama naukar- mayin ohms didan aahiga-charbaita 1.40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) MOHAMMAD AKRAM: Be da yarn garesidal da guitar as kram-rubai; Be da tana yara non sok me dilqarar de -Chacal: Rabab: DEEN MOHAMMAD; KHADMIR: Ya Hahi gbam ke zrn khngaigi me -; Nan bye rasha lela- Neemakai; Da dunya lande bande: Talk on current war events; SABZ ALI: Zama da zra zakham khugaigi-tappe; Da dilbar bashar Lain zama hair zhi-charbaita; Tomorrow's programme 2 21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 5.0 NAGINA BAI Torkar ehd-a-karam na admit hojaiye Lbq anokhee peer Maltaai Kafi 5.10 PESHAWARA KHAN Mere mehboob-i-ilabi Khayal 5.20 MOHAMMAD YAQOOB Fitrat-i-ishq ssnbhale rahi demeans ko I F THE MOST INVISIBLE OF INVISIBLE ; Q!L ájtwe, a7fiqcitrl`a E R I A l 5 The best capacity Aerial available. Abolishes all external wires. Just plug into Aerial Terminal -that's all Improved reception. Prevents crackles. Only 31 ins. long Fitted in a 'iffy. Insist on a Jiffy, made Aeriallte Aerials. Available with all Radio dealers. 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AKRAM: Afsa de *chigoe ke da as hal sama de-geet; Da as dable: Poem written and presented by SAMANDAR KHAN "SAMANDAR"; SABZ ALI: Har wakht ke walar de pa khidmat ke- Lobha 6.45 TOPICAL TALK Or PESHAWARA KHAN: Qawmali 6.55 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 NAGINA BAI Khayal; Ham par teri Digah jo pehli thl ab naheea Glued 7.45 TAPPE ON FLUTE 7.50 MOHAMMAD YAQOOB Sum se mujhe azeet tumhara khayal hai ; Gap 8.0 SHEILA SARKAR: Gees t 8.4 PESHAWARA KHAN Lobha; Anjam da zalim t: Dil burl az man deems shame War song written by SHAUKATULLAH KHAN: Presented by SABZ ALI: Accompanied by PESHAWAR RADIO ORCHESTRA; KHADMIR: Ks me pa yar ke sit wafts we -apps; Ka de yadaigi da Debe ki nairangion ka khoob irfan hogaya 8.15 MUSICAL MONTAGE 8.30 FOR THE FORCES 9.45 INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Discussion relayed from the B B C 10.5 NAGINA BAI Hun main cbitbian ke noon pavan Mudtaai Kafi AFGHAN -PERSIAN PROGRAMME Close down WHITENS TEETH HARDENS GUMS DENTOXYL C SADA9.KARACHI SOLD AT ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES.111aas~ xib.e BATtiERIES CAR AND 1mimemoF TARTING LIGHTING Time Signal j Blecuiral Recording t. 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60 BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/s) 8.0 NRITYA SANGIT t TAJ ORCHESTRA 8.30 BHARGAVRAM ACHREKAR Kahan jane sa Sanchi kabo tun. Colaba Time Signal at 845 a.m NEWS IN MARATHI 0.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 9.10 TOMORROW 9.15 SHAMBUDAS DESHPANDE Gae ri Madho piya Maya jeevache jeevaa BOMBAY Dert Pila ~fan Aga Vaikunthichya raya 9.35 LIGHT SONGS t BINA CHOWDHURY: Sakti ri jeevan sukh Bhaja, SHARDA: Murakh Janata meran hai ihel KAMAL DAS GUPTA: Prabhu pe yeh duniya Shaft:, 9.15 A I R QUARTET Roalas Ramkali and Bhairoa 10.0 Close down FAKKE GANE t SITYAMLA MAZGAONKAR: Na bolo Shyam Bindrabani Saran TARAMATI (Gadag): Tu karim rahim Tod ATA HUSAIN: Un sang lagi Ramkal SAWA' GANDHARV: Preet esa kijie Asacar NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.0 MUSICAL MIXTURE t PARUL CHAUDHARY: Painya parat main tar Ger K ASHI BAT: Jane ho raja to Dadra GOHAR (Bijapur): Na palate Karnataki Ka DIPTI BOSE: Ehi dagar nit chalat Bhaja, MANOHAR KAPUT and VATSALA KUMTHE. KAR: Pram bane wale Bhagwan Dues K C. DEY: Sawan ki hai badari chhai Bars alee -Gres ANJANI BAIKALGUTKAR: Karam diya nab kc tune EEENAT and SHANTA: aamol BAWA NASIR KHAN: Chale jalo bedarda Dadra 1.50 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t JACK HYLTON ORCHESTRA Amer Sweet" (Selection) Coward DENNIS NOBLE with ORCHESTRA I am the factotum Rossini Prologue ("Pagliacci") (soacannlo AUDREY MH.DMAY The Gay BOSTONNPPROM PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Emperor waltz Strauss CEDRIC SHARPE (Violoncello) La Cioquantaine Gabriel -Marie Elegie Massenet ROYAL ARTILLERY BAND Warbler's serenade Woolwich Colours of liberty,. FRANK LUTHER Ninety-nine yearn The silver haired daddy of mine BLUE HUNGARIAN BAND White Hone Inn" (Selection) 7.30 Close down TRANSMISSION m 5.0 QAISAR JAHAN Miller Aatry Molten( Ban re ke ochre Mukh so ho masker INSTRUMENTAL DUET Dhun Mishra Khania) ALL THE LAUGHTER 13 CONCRNTRATLD IN PRODUCER KARDAR'S Novel Banal Causally! `SANJOG Starring: -CHAR11 I, Mehtabs UUhas, A. kwh t above all WASTI Waft & Watch For This Grand Show l 5.35 SHAMBUDAS DESHPANDE na maro pichakari Khamaj Hon theism ko ayi Horn Varm vairiyache had Pad 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8.0 SANDESHE Listeners' letter and replies by SANDESHI 3.15 SELECTIONS FROM "SURDASJI" Kan Gokap ki cab hoi (o tun Ramnam chit dharatae ;.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.45 NEWS COMMENTARY (Marathi) 1.60 GOTTUVADYAM RECITAL t.0 APNA MUKHYA PRASHNO (2) Nhere does my money go: Talk in Gujarati by h. D. T. LAKDAWALA 7.15 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t MONDAY, OQTOBI!!B 139 CALCUTTA 8.45 SATYA CHOWDHURY PANNA BM: Fariyad hai ab lab par Ghacal Hay dil ko lagana Bhaian tajeshwari BAT: Tulsa hai ya shokh jawani Sei bhalo ma Shyamasangif hai kisi ki Bedana diyechha Birahal,ti \ZIZ: Phir yad aa rabi hai Gut 9.0 ESRAJ: Bhairavi GOHAR (Patiala): Sajani bun kid ka mit Gael GOPINATH BHATTACHARYA SO INDUMATI CHAUBAL 9.15 INDUBALA $ Vs gruhi priya kant Bhoegeet Ami bhalo bass shibaram Shyamasaagi. ni '.45ga NEWS ÍN MARATHI 9.30 Close down 1.55 NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.5 A I R ORCHESTRA YOUTH HAS ITS SWING Raag Sohini (2) t 1.20 IN THE NEWS ARTIE SHAW ORCHESTRA 4.25 MUSIC Nightmare; Indian love call; One night stand; Two blind love 1.30 SPORTS REVIEW MELLOW AND RICH n English by A. F. S. TALYARKHAN HAWAIIAN DANCE DEVILS t 1.45 RADIO RECONNAISSANCE Hi ko ki ku; Sybil beloved; Red are mining leweplay in English or a topical programme is South tea love 'nglish of recordings, commentaries on the new 1.0 GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA t sr music Moonlight cocktail; Happy in love; The one I 0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI love; Perfidia; I want to be happy; Vagabond 1.15 NEWS COMMENTARY dreams (Hindustani) 1.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.30 B B C NEWS RELAY ' tr INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Discussion relayed from the B B C '05 BHARGAVRAM ACHREKAR Sakhi ten jhula hat Lakh chat sanwariyaa Gast Vishamay kali ya AB Simla are given in Indian Standard Time. Pani dual prerana karl Close down BOMBAY 2 Shadh-Kalya. Par (4,880 kc/s) 8.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY VARIETY t 8.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY 1 '80BHARGAVRAM ACHREKAR Coruna bast unes( re Jog 9.0 JALTARANG SOLO Dhs Biblia 9.10 to 10.0 AS IN BOMBAY Close down metres (7,240 kc/s) to 2.30 AS IN BOMBAY metres (8,085 kc/a) 5.0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL metres (3,385 kc/s) 7.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS 7.45 KHAYAL CHHAYANAT Jhasaa Amax 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY QAISAR JAHAN Sarhad-i-hum had-i-huen se go dun ;site Sainya barkha men lene ko aye Get 9.20 INDUMATI CHAUBAL Aaj bahutdishi raya maadiri BAaopes Ye timira shantvaya Raya bol na sakhya bol na 9.35 RAMESHWARI RECITAL Raag Mathew 9.45 to 10.5 AS IN BOMBAY SONNY LOBO'S NITS CLUB BOYS: Dance music Close down e Time Signal $_ CALCUTTA metres (780 kc/s) 7.25 CLARIONET: Ramprasadi t RAJEN SARKAR 7.30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 PRACHINSANGIT Dhrupad and Dhamor LALIT MOHAN MUKHERJEE 8.0 ILA GHOSH Tomay anti pelam Song of Banikumar Sundara Shyam Krishna Bhajnn Kon debato se Song of Rabindranath 8.30 SONGS OF RABINDRANATH t. HARIPADA CHATTERJEE: Ami tomay jata PRATIMA SEN GUPTA: Tumi mor paonai DILIP K. ROY: Mona bolo jena KANAK DAS: Dhire dhire dhire boyo 1.20 IT IS ALL YOURS t Selection from requests 1.40 SARAT SATIK (Flute) 1.50 KAVITA ROY: Vocal music 2.0 SACHINDRANATH BANERJEE Vocal music 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 PALLISANGIT t JATADHAR PYNE: Ore haul tal amaze RADHARANI: Paran jail na dray SACHIN DEVAVARMA: Mana dukkhe marine ANGURBALA: Sakhi taper moni 5.0 TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS KOYELA: Bhupali A I R ARTIST 5.10 ADHUNIK t BEENA DUTTA: Eso eso pahari jberna KALOBARAN DAS: Biday laiya jabe REBA CHOSH: Joymalati parabo tomar 5.20 MANDRABAHAR: Bhimpalasi SUKHARANJAN CHAKRAVARTY 5.30 PALLI MANGAL ASAR Bengali song: BIMALENDU NARAYAN BISWAS; Taker Gachb (4 Shimul: Talk by SUMATHA NATH GHOSH; Panchen: GOUR MOHAN MUKHERJEE K Dunlyar halchal; Bengali long: BIMALENDU NARAYAN BIS - WAS Zlacle4cal Kecordini 6.0 DHRUPAD AUR DHAMAR LALIT MOHAN MUKHERJEE 6.15 ALAPCHARI AUR GATKARI Sitar: Paris JITEN DAS GUPTA 0.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.40 BRUSH UP YOUR A.R.P. Talk in English by SETH DRUCQUER 6.45 ILA GHOSH Ami gagana gahane Nazrulgit, Ogo pathik kotha jao 6.55 CELLO: Evening melody KSHIRODE GANGULY 7.0 REPLIES TO LISTENERS' LETTERS 7.15 S1ATYA CHOWDHURY Golap gull pralap kare Bengali Ghasaf Adhunik Mujhe samajhna Geer Nayan bhara jalgo Naarejgits 7.30 RABINDRANATHER TINTI GAN Aj tay taray dints sikbar ;gun jwele Rate rate alor sikha rakhi jwele Amar abash paranir kadi kanthe nilem ILA GHOSH 7.45 TABLA: Cat Tora: Trital KERAMAT ULLAH KHAN Sarangi accompaniment by ALI BAKHSH 8.0 FOR THE FORCES 8.30 SONG SELECTION t 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 WAR COMMENTARY (English) 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Discussion relayed from the B B C 10.5 GHULAM ALI KHAN (Lahore) Khayal SARANGI Darbari-Kanada ALI BAKHSH The galaxy out of "Wes Are At War" broadcast Iron. Dacca. (Lett to right, PERCY TRUT- WEIN, JEAN MACKAY, JOHN CHIT HAM, IS. 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61 8.0 ANIS KHATOON t 8.30 MURAD ALI KHAN Charan tak aoon darbar Khayal Lalit Pia pia ratat Khayal Lauit Drut 8.45 BADR BAI (Multan) aur Gee: 8.55 SIRAJ AHMED: Sitar 9.0 ONKARPRASHAD NAYYAR Geer and 9.10 RASHIDA BEGAM (Lahore) Ph ke milan ki as Jan hai begarar si jism hai paimal la 9.22 GHAZALEN f LAHORE 276 metres (1,086 kc/a) Thumri 9.30 MURAD ALI KHAN Dekko more churian Thumri Bhairavrn 9.40 BADR BAI Hai justuju keh khub se bar khubtar kahan Mºftani Kafi 9.50 ONKARPRASHAD NAYYAR aur Gee: 10.0 Close down * THUMRIAN AUR SAZ t 1.0 AP KI PASAND t 1.40 Close down 5.30 RASHIDA BEGAM Gir gar re more mathe ki bindiya Dadra; Chard 5.40 MURAD ALI KHAN Kawan des gayo Multani Vitambif our DrsU 5.55 BADR BAI Gul phainke Tajo auron ki taraf balkeh Samar bhi ; Geer 6.5 FAIZ FAREED: Sarod 6.10 THUMRI AUR GEET MURAD ALI KHAN our RASHIDA BEGAM 8.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS p.m. TRANSMISSION I MONDAY, OCTOBER BADR BAI Dil ko raheen-i-bada-i-gbam kar raha bun main Yad karo woh pyar ki baten Geet 6.55 MURAD ALI KHAN: Marina Pia more kahe ko Vitambif 8.30 V. 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JOSHI Pia bin nahin Drat Aj badhawra Khayal Bibhas Vilambit 7.5 RASHIDA BEGAM Barran nanadia Khayal Brbhas Drut Sanware u. one Thumri Pila Sadgi par uske marjane ki hasrat dil men bar 8.55 ALLAHRAKHI BAI (Lucknow) 7.15 HEER DI KAHANI (2) Lagat kalejwa men chat Thumri Damodar di Heer: Talk in Punjabi by TEJA SINGH 7:30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE RASHEEDA BEGAM: Dhola; MURAD ALI KHAN: Kafi; Raftar-i-Zamana: Talk in Punjabi by MALIK YUSUF; BADR BAI: Uth wanj we tabeeba na sate: Multani: Kati Folk song t; Bazar ke bhao; Punjabi men khabaren; RASHIDA BEGAM: Punjabi Geet 8.15 * MUNAWWAR SULTANA (Ludhiana) Farmaishi gane 8.25 FEROZ DIN: Clarionet 8.30 BADR BAI: Multani Kafi Nigah-i-arzu amos ka charcha na ho jae 8.40 RASHIDA BEGAM Ban mina la za.im ne mara Dadra A we mar meri dukhhan ne jan ganwad Gut 8.50 TOPICAL TALK Or MUSIC t 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.45 INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Discussion relayed from the B B C 10.5 MURAD ALI KHAN Mar11 ka man Khayal Sohini Vitambi: We mian Khayal Sohini Drul BADR BAI Bahut pachhtaoge turn dardmandon se khafa ho kar ; Gees SIRAJ AHMED: Sitar RASHIDA BEGAM Kaisi chhar badas-ya Dadra Dholak ka Geet Close down DACCA metres (1,167 kc/s) 1.0 SUR-O-CHHANDA t Selection of gramophone records 1.40 SUBODH BHOWMIK Chirahirahir nayanjale Modern song Bendhure jaore phire iao Palligiti 1.55 PRAMODEBALA Ke go bajay Bengali Dadra May dekh raha hun 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 SHREEBHAVAN Variety programme for ladies The mother and the chid (S): 'the fear of the child: Talk in Bengali by SHATADAL SARKAR; For you madam t; Bairer Jagat: News for women; Interlude f; Be your own tailor 2.45 FAQUIR MOHAMMAD Kakulki taraba Abahi umariva Dehati dhun 3.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 SHAHNAI RECITAL t NAZIR HOSSAIN NILIMA BANERJEE: Ami kalaher tare 5.10 "BHABISITYAT" Feature in Bengali regarding saving money during wartime 5.20 SATYENDRACHANDRA DAS Andhokhan Chand Modern sons Kalar raj eta Palligih 5.35 SITAR RECITAL RENUBALA DAS 5.45 SUBODH BHOWMIK Se anek diner katha Nirakhi nirakhi paths 8.0 CLARIONET t RAJEN SARKAR 8.5 FAQUIR MOHAMMAD Chaim jis jay 6.15 RABINDRANATH DAS Gnome solo All tlms are given in Indian Standard Time. TIM INDIAN LISTRNZR 6.20 BHAJANS Jay Krishnaji jay vice phuganke banoari SATYENDRACHANDRA DAS 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Jr GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6.45 NEXT WEEK'S PRO- GRAMMES 6 50 THIS IS IN THE NEWS Newsplay: Produced be A I R ARTISTS 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME 7.30 FIVE PHASES OF RUSSIAN WAR (1) Hitler's lightning attack: Talk in English by J. SEN 7.45 Ustad FAYYAZ KHAN t Jamjaivanti 7.50 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or TABLA DUET: A I R ARTISTS 8.0 FOR THE FORCES Relayed from Calcutta 8.30 VICHITRA Selection of gramophone records 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 KALPATARU t Listeners' selections 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 9.45 INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Discussion relayed from the B B C 10.5 PRAMODEBALA LUCKNOW 8.0 AJ KI BAT metres (1,022 kc/s) Mire bas men ya to Yarab woh sitam-shiar hota 9.10 TULSI KA KAVYA Jai Ram Rama ramanam shamnam Sbri Ram Chandra Kripal KRIPA SHANKAR TEWARY 9.25 V. J. JOSHI [arena Buaural aur Thumri Bhairavis 9.40 DADRA AUR GHAZAL Cagan ho aaiyau na hamri Har gadam`doori-i-manzil hai numayan mujh se ALLAIIRAKI-H BAI b.53 GEET KRIPA SHANKAR TEWARY 10.0 * Close down ORCHESTRAL MUSIC t GHAZAL AUR GEET t 1.0 SOMEWHERE IN HAWAII f Lunch-hour programme of Hawaiian music: Pre- -toted by AMITA ROY ALOHA BOYS: Somewhere in Hawaii FELIX MENDELSSOHN HAWAIIAN SERE- NADERS: Tristesse RAY KINNEY: Pagan love song DAVID KAONOHI HONOLUANS: Hula march ALOHA BOYS: Good-bye Hawaii 1.15 THE TANGO FELIX MENDELSSOHN ORCHESTRA: La Rasita LUCY SHOOLBRED ORCHESTRA: When Budapest was young ORQUESTA TIPICA: Al Subir al Bagai.:IANTOVANI ORCHESTRA: Song of Gaucho, 1.30WS NE IN ENGLISH 1.40 Close down TRANSMISSION Ill 5.30* V. J. JOSHI Jeewe mero lal Sawan ki sanjh rií4 s. I Y.. 'SWIM su `. [ {é:at«ad.kt DIAMELIN R1.117 OluE1ftL Shyam Kalyan VAambit Shyam Kalyan Dr... ota.aunt. ii :.:a::: rytalna. ol.w.s«with raenna INJECTIONS DIETING DIAMELIN atter 5.50 D. C. DUTT: Geet 6.0 BABVA BAI Nanadia bairin dukh de Thumri Na ayo ri pardesi balamwa Dadra 6.15 GAUHAR SULTAN Yun ghair ki ulfar ka hai charcha mire age Chant Kahan hai ab nainan men neer Gen 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.50 V. J. JOSHI Pyare de gar lage Puria Vtlambú Logwa sure piyarwa Puria Dirt 7.10 BABVA BAI Aya miri mehfil men gharatgar-i-hosh Chard Machhariya bindia le gar Dadra 7.25 GAUHAR SULTAN Hae kya jeewan yehi tha Gee: 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAR Geet t; Bail ki kharid: Dialogue between LAS. BEHARI BAJPEI and RAMAI KAKA; Khayal our Lawani: MAIKU LAL AND PARTY; Next week's programmes; : V. J. JOSHI; News 8.15 BABVA BAI Prem ki murli bajae Thumn Main kaise jaihon Puria Dadre 8.30 NAI KAHANIYAN Short story in Hindustani by YASH PAL 8.45 V. J. JOSHI Terrine Behog 8.50 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or BABVA BAI: 9.0 NEW'S IN HINDUSTANI 9.45 INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Discussion relayed from the B B C 10.5 "LEHREN" Non-stop variety programme in Hindustani cob silting of skits, sketches, songs and dialogues. Script: Syed IMTIAZ ALI "TAJ": Production, VISHWAMITTER "ADIL" Close down ZORO DRUG HOUSE MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS: INDIA 48ENTDr.N R ARIRAD,BalfiMaranDEtHI 1 Y HOW M ye. Ms your mods? Mies sod task or plain and insipid? Ie sensible awe 1 Est.f the best. Plain food lakes an a thrilling flavour when you add a liberal helping of 66 Tomato Ketchup or Sauce. if gives you a healthy appetite Modem song every time. Buy if at your favourite store. Pedeveli Kirtan Amar griha karma /Sharjah TOMATO KETCHUP t SAUCE Aj nikunje ration. Jhumur Thumri Pita Balsa FAQUIR MOHAMMAD Lata uljhi Khayal Mum X0.80 Close down M AMY GM CLASS FRESH FRUIT PRODUCT) Time Signal >itectrieal according i Gramephene rocorda

62 MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) 7.30 SWAGATAM aeeyave-kedaram-rupakow 7.40 YOU LIKE THESE t B. R. JAYALAKSHMI: Mariana Gopala Sridhara murali KAMALA KUMARI: Ninnanavalaaiaa 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 B. S. RAJA AYYANGAR t Hari bhajaname; Nagumomugaoaleni; Naayaa; Rama Ninnai 8.30 K. R. CHELLAMUTHU Insyagilum-Mohanam-Ads Ramaungam-PW asumadhyamem-adi Teninum-Sindh ubhairard-adi SA Close down 1.0 T. PERUMAL NAIDU (Clarion Taamedane--rlhwnauap-Ads Kaltoarwaku-K untatauardi-rapakdsis N iveaanu-kamohop-ads Mamavtwda-Ka nada -R upakam 1.40 FILM FARE t "DEVADAS": Maui bull masa; Na aya tanks "DUSHMAN": Pyari pyari; Ethan ktejubum "DAWA(f": Dharte bhatbay; Jeevan solaria 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 VEENA: A 1 R ARTIST Nato bhasrausa 2.10 KOMATIL JANAKI Etulabrotuvo--(.haaraawsum-I ninths Edutandach. to -yanks rabharonam-adi Payyedapat-Nodanemaanyo-- Yipnta 2.30 IOR H1GH SCHOOL (English) Humour in hagfish literature: Sam wetter, Musical interlude; Readings from poetry. Keau 3.0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t "DANASUKA": Sndhara "GNANANBIKA": Vandanam; Manognan "KALIDUSS": Privalapa maxi; E vasike "KIUSHNA KUMAR": Adum pagalam "ILLULU": Neap's mohamu "JEEVAN NATAK": Jeevan natal "EKANATH". Vasaat varude 8.30 Close down 4.30 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST FOR CHILDREN (Tanul) Do you knowl; Music; Our winged friends: Bird pets: Talk; Music; Keep fit 5.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC ENSA Calling: B B C recorded programme "Up with the Curtain" Prologue: "Paghacsa '; Dance of the hours; Jewel song "Faust"; Oh star of eve: "Tannhamu"; The Bohemian song: "Carmen"; Down her pale cheek ("Elizer d love"), Queen of the night (Magic Flute) 6.30 KOMATIL JANAKI Koriaevimpa-Kharahara pnya-adi Ninnuammianu-Tod,-7 ripacc Munduveuuka-Darbar-Adi Eakunnirupadam-Ragamdika-Chaps 6.25 VARIETY f JAMMI Ilk ~dam MADRAS ;dos. MONDAY, OCTOBER COMMERCIAL NEWS 3.45 GHULAM ALI KHAN t Balamba; Baje vents; Atmai buss; Rut "manta 7..0uYUDDHA VIMARISAM War review in Tamil by R. VENKATRAJULU 7.10 S. A. RAHMAN: Sitar Darbari Canada; Eamon 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 EDI AVUNU-EDIKADU Hasyamu Ante: Talk in Telugu by MOKSAPATI NAKASIMHASASTRY 8.0 AS IN TRICHY 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 3.45 INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Discussion relayed from the B B C 10.5 A I R INSTRUMENTALISTS Nadabrabmam-Nadabrahmam-Adi Bale-Ritigolda-Adi Koluvaiyunnade-Bhairavi-Adi MADRAS metres (4,920 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.40 AS IN' MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.50 )(APILAVAI RAMNATHA SASIRI Pau tagitinanchu; Pati bents priti; Edigad sake 8.0 to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS I 9.0 Close down o.m. TRANSMISSION II metres (7,270 kc/s) 1.0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS 1 1,0 VEENA: A I R ARTIST Latangi 1.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 1.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (6,150 kc/s) 1.30 to 8.15 AS IN MADRAS LOKAVARTA Newt -talk in Malayalam KALACHAKRA Vews-talk in Kannada 3.30 to 7.0 AS IN MADRAS S. A. RAHMAN: Dilruba Multani 7.10 FOR THE VILLAGES (Telugu) Kura padulu: Dialogue; Pedu pakina: Song;,marakam (4): Talk 7.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) On items of topical and- general interest; Water - level readings; Market ratea 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 ke/s) 9.30 T. PERUMAL NAIDU (Clarionet) Va:linayaka-Shanmukhapriya-Adi lniunadarul-kapi-adi 9.45 to AS LN MADRAS 1 Don't get angry dear. Some people who did not know about AWAY /VERO' tan THE MIRACLE REMEDY FOR INFANTILE LIVER 6 SPLEEN DISORDERS 45Ilá.a:: w:..,... ce Sold Evrwh.e u VENKATARAMANAYYA & SONS, Mylapora, Madras. Seib Oions Raebakomeea, (I. I. Sy.) Ssembsy, Calcutta, Laedsew. Tr{dtssegaay, aamgaler, mad Yittanagar,ri 11 tima are gima is Iºdiaa Standard Tima Timo Sipal e w 7.45 MUSICAL PRELUDE Ayyane un-khamas 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 TRICHY ORCHESTRA Panninermozhial-K uruntogai Ottrumaiservadu-Tiro iyemakaa Madarpirai-Paa-gaadaram 8.30 P. P. KANDASWAMI (Nagaswaram) Sangita Gnaaamu-bhaayari Niye tunai-vafaji Innamum-Todi Vi jayambike-vi jayaaagar; 9.0 Close down 1.0 KADAMBAM t MUDIKONDAN C. VENKATARAMA AYYAR: Innamum orutaram-yads:kula-kambodi S. V SUBBIAH BHAGAVATAR: Tillai ambala stºlam-manji ARIYAKUDI RAMANUJA AYYANGAR: Se - maja varada-sudaraueri; Anupamagunambudhi-Atan B. S. RAJA AYYANGAR: Sri Madai Tyagaraja Gurauaram MANNARGUDI RAJAGOPALA PILLAI: Mamayil eri-behag KUNNAKKUDI VENKATARAMA AYYAR: Sarvam Brahma mayam-senjurwi 1.40 N. SHANMUKHARATNAM Adiye peranjosiye-deuamanohari Eaatan sonnar-atauari Sevikka vendum-abhogi Santatam pala sevai-sama Sivanai maravade-silaagi 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST Tatvagnanikal: Plato: Talk in Tamil; Musk t; School chronicle. Iyyane Varidiniku Sivaganga Viaysbuni 9.0 A I R ARTIST Manada Sri venugopala Paramatma Sivanukilaya 9.30 * Close down TRICHY 396 metres (758 kc/s) 5.0 P. P. KANDASWAMI (Nagaswaram) Nadabrahma-Nadab rah marrs Dayapayoaidhe-Jaganmohiai Ragam-Iachaspati Pallavi-Ragamalika 5.45 LEARN TO SING 6.0 N. SHANMUKHARATNAM Unai nambinen-kirauani Anaoda tandavam-bahudari Katchi enakku-mohanam Nana unai-hamranandi Tillana-Hindoiam 6.40 FOR THE VILLAGES GRAMA NATAKA SABHA presents "Rukmaai Kalyanan" (Part II); N. C. VASANTAKOKI- LAM f 7.15 NEWS -REEL (Tamil) 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 "BEFORE DAWN" Feature in Tamil 8.0 KUMBAKONAM RAJAMANICKAM PILLAI (Violin) VALADI SUBRAMANIA PILLAI: (Mrdaagam ALANGUDI RAMACHANDRAN: (Ghasam) 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 INDIA AND FOUR FREEDOMS Diacuasion relayed from the B B C 10.5 TUNES FROM TALKIES t "CHOKA MELAR": Sri Hari panduranga "CHANAKYA": Anjada viradhiran "BHOOLOKA RAMBAI": Tai ariya "ANANDASRAMAM" : Indravaame "DESA BHAKTI": Maya sukumara "KACHA DEVAYANI": Isa kailasam "GRAMAPHONE SINGER": Jagame Ramaoaa "KIRTEE": Gaga re jiya gane ADDITIONAL SOUTH IP DIAN SERVICE 8.0 MAYAVARAM S. RAJAM IYER $ Nijadasa 8.30 TOPICAL TALK (Tamil) 8.40 D. K. PA11 AMMAL t Attarunam Innum Bhoiraoia Br gad. Hambodi Todi runnagavaroli Utadhyamavdthi (Veena) dando Bkairaai Dorlar Bkuoanagondari Hwawthi 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL / 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU ñdi"xi t'. 7.., 2.10 SCREEN HITS f "KALAMEGAM": Adidum mayil "GANGAVATHAR": Kalaivani "DARMAPATHNP": Anuragam.deka "BAKTHACHETA": Kanden kanden "PARVATHY PARINAYAM": Aha Prathamba "JAWAB": Doc dash ka = IilerJlrirrl Recording t 2.30 K. S. SUBRAMANYAM (Violin) Evarunnaru Paraloka Sabapathikku 3.0 Close down 8.30 T. K. RANGACHARI $ Baiahamsa Macedon dbkogl Sakalakalavani /fedoras Evarunnaru 8alahams' Raga Alapaa Kambodi 9.0 TRICHY ORCHESTRA $ 9.15 K. S. 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63 DELHI metres (886 kc/s) 8.0 INSTRUMENTAL DUET Clarionet and Violin: A I R ARTISTS 8.30 RECITATION DELHI From Shri Ramayana Text and ranslation by RAMANAND SHARMA 8.50 DEVOTIONAL SONGS BOOTA SINGH and PARTY ASHUQ ALI KHAN: Vocal music 9.20 MOHSIN HUSAIN Subhº-i-watan hai sham-i-ghariban tere bagheir 9.25 FARHAT JAHAN BIBBO Pia bin liaise be liaise Khayal Deugari Hun to tore karats Khayal Desliar 9.45 LACHHI RAM Thumri; Mai pien kya ke kuchh fina hi nahin 10.0 NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 MASHUQ ALI KHAN Vocal music 1020 FARHAT jahan BIBBO Thumri; Us sang-i-astan pe Cabin -i -nays: hai p.m. TRANSMISSION H 12.0 KHAYAL, THUMRIAN AUR FILMI GANE f 1.0 JACQUES STRING ORCHES- TRA St Paul's suite Hoist Jig, Ostinato, Intermezzo, Dargason (Finale) 1.12 MUSIC OF DEBUSSY t Relicts dam lyean Soiree dam granado Arabesque No. 2 Played by WALTER GIESEKING Greenwich Time Signal at 1.30 p.m. 1,30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 LONDON PHILHARMONIC. 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TAKE IT QUIETLY USE IMPROVED Bomb Proof ERR PLUG WITH MOUTH PIECE TO PREVENT SHOCKS 3.45 WEEKLY MARKET RATES LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 3.50 NOOR JAHAN Tire bagbair mukammal yeh rindagi nabin Chard \fujhe fareb na de kbu d ke fasanon se 7.5 KRIPA SHANKAR TEWARY Sakhi ri laj ba.ran bhai!praia* :.ahran ka nimamaran Kasita 7.20 TARANA NAT-BEHAG IUSHTAQ HUSAIN KHAN 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAyATGHAR Ilha: RAGHO RAM; Dudh our dahi ka istimal, Calk by N. K. BHARGAVA; : KRIPA SHANKAR TEWARI: News 1.0 WOMEN'S CORNER 'Jhalkian": Non-stop variety programme misting of skits, pays, songs and recitations 3.30 DUSHMAN KYA KAHTA HAI? \nalys:s of enemy radio propaganda by BAL- 'IHADRA PRASAD MISRA 1.45 FILM! GEET t 1.5G TOPIC OF THE DAY )r NOOK JAHAN: Dadra; Thumri oar Parks adra 1.0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 THEN AND NOW (3) Surgery: Talk 0.0 CHHAYA \e ri ab goondh la \IUSHTAQ HUSAIN KHAN KRIPA SHANKAR TEWARY f hnmri Khamaj Saghubar tam ko meri laj Bhajaa 0.32 NOOR JAHAN Sakht se aakht mmibat jheli phirbhi Ail se nihap kiya Sbyam oa ab ink ae Dadra Close down ItAT: Y YOU ma/ not go á for at`letics, but you owe it to yewelf to keep absolutely fit. Wake tp your Inver! Maintaia your tealth and energy throughout be year by taking a torso of ATHGATE'S LIVER TONIC It will give you complete relief prom SLUGGISHNESS, CON- RTIPATION, LOST VrrAI.ITY end INDIGESTION. Available ki two sizes. All times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal THE INDIAN LISTENER ea j Electrical Recording t Gramophone records.

66 MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) 7.30 SWAGAT.AM Terateeyaga-Goudtpan t u-adi Oaj upu-kannadaga ula-adi 7.40 KOTHAMANGALAM SRINIVASAN t Vaditavikkum; Tedinum; Paviaaa 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 CHEIMBAI VAIDYANATHA BHAGAVATAR t Orumaiyodu; Sri Ramamantram 8.30 RAMNAD V. KRISHNAN Tolljaomamuoa-Bi, ahari-/hampa Sadguruswamiki-Rit tso ulo-adi Smarane sukbam-/an.-vanjaai-adi 9.0 Close down 1.0 FUR WOMEN (7amil) "JAVANIKI REErTH": Bantam bhije "APNA GHAR": Pani keereja "ANGOORI": Nainome "A W AZ": Hamaree "ANJAN": Vo mannagarms "AMANAT" Kya jamane 1.40 FILM FARE t 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 GOTTUVADYAM: A I R ARTIST Brindavanasaraags 2.10 M. N. RANGAPPA (Flute) Raras i to -H, n dol a uasa n t o m -R u pa ka m Sahajagunarama--San ka rab haranam-a di Karuoincbutaye- Sarasmata mono han-adi MADRAS 2.30 FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (Tamil) Any questions p ease?; Nature study: Community life: Talk; How we get: Matches: Talk 8.0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t "KRISHNA PREMA": Ids anandamu; Udumu Krishna "PURNADARADAS": Kuni kuni gum "PANDURANGAVITAL": Bhakti Dhanamu "BAKTA NARADAR": Kadal kadal; Kawala Malar "GANGAVATAR": Pengana so si; Anandam "PARVATI PARINAYAMU": Siva aiva sambho 8.30 Close down 4.30 * EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST FOR CHILDREN (7 lugu) Do you know?; Music; Exploren and famous expeditions: Captain Cook: Talk; Munk; Story of fam.liar things: Pottery: Talk 5.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t Overture "Francesca da Riniai" Opus s Tchaikourrky PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF NEW YORK Romance in C Major Opus 4a B B C SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 5.30 RAMNAD V. KRIAINAN Sva live-pantuvarali-adi K al igiunte-k Ira van i-adi Paripoornakama-Parrvi ka' yen i -R upakas Bhavasagaram-Sh an nsukhapriya-adi 6.15 VARIETY t 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 JANTRA SAMMELANAM 7.0 K. S. MANIAN Recital of Koteeswara Iyer'a oompositiosa Karunai-Dhenuka-Adi Tandas ula-mukhari-adi Sibelius fljzbsay, OCTOBt1t!r 2ti Needanappa-Charokaf-Ad. Malaginen-Mararan jini-adi 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 ILAKKYAMUM INDRAYA VAZHKAIYUM (1) Ayalvarum namum: Talk in Tamil by R. P. SETHU PILLAI 8.0 KALAKAD S. RAMANARAYANA IYER V. SETHURAMIAH (Violin) TANJORE NARAYANASWAMY PLUM ( Mridangam ) VILVADRI IYER (Ghataml Karunimpa-Sahana-Adi Ganaraaamuda n-be ada-r upakaw Tandanaye-/atan nsoh i ni-adi Ninnuvinagati-Ka yani-adi M uruga-kha mas-tirup uta Nalaipogamal-Punnaravarali-Ru pakatn 9 15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 WAR AGAINST DISEASE (1) Cancer 10.0 M. N. RANGAPPA (Flute) Manaaa-Isamanoh ari-a di En tavadu-sarastws t i man ohari-adi Natajana-Si m h en dra madhyamam-r upakas M eeval la -Ka pi-jhampa MADRAS metres (4 920 kc/s) l.m. TRANSMISSION I 7 30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS NE'11ls IN TELUGU 7.50 MORNING 11IEI.ODIES t 8.0 to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (7,270 kc/s) 1.0 to 2 0 AS IN MADRAS GOTTUVADYAM: A I R ARTIST Kannada 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres 6,150 kc/s) 4.30 to 6.0 AS IN MADRAS GANALAHARI F;nt lessons in music 6.15 LOKAVARTA News -talk in Malayalam 8.22 KALACHAKRA News -talk in Kannada 6.30 to 7.0 AS IN MADRAS DHANAMU TADVINIYO- GAMU (1) Vadakamulo podupu: Talk in Telugu by C. SUBRAHMANYAM 7.10 FOR THE VILLAGES Ni adugudoyilo: Bhava geetam; Pasuvula [lane: Dialogue; Nunelanu Pariaubhraparachuta: Talk 7.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) On items of topical and general interest; Market rata 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 kc/s) 1130 VEENA t 9.45 to AS IN MADRAS Clow- down NOW robéyáppr? THE NATURAL QUESTION THAT CROPS -UP IN LIFE OF EVERYBODY AT ~STAGE OR THE OTHER. YOU CAN ANSWER/T WITH 4 STRONG b HEALTHY BODY THROUGH EEYAMRUTHAM AYURVEDASRAMAM Mk. Del ac TRICHY 396 metre (758 kc/s) R. P. SETHU YILL.4I, mho broadcast a tali in the series "/lakkyamum In. drays Vazhkaiyum' (rout Madras today MUSICAL PRELUDE TIRUVIZHIMIZHALAI BROTHERS: Nagaswaram t 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 TIRUPPUGAL MANI t Orumanai-Vasanta Dara n i ta n i I --Ka m b o di Ooerelumbu-Sindha Bhairatd V ams ivi bh ush itakarat 8.30 NEGAPATAM M. K. NATARAJA IYER AND D. A. SWAMY Tuya nenj'n-bhauti \ttarunam-bha.ravi bl a n a k k u ra n gu- A b h o ri Admit Chidambaram-Behag Gatiyudavu-Raramdika 9.0 Close down ;).m. TRANSMISSION II 1.0 KADAMBAM t 1.40 SRIRANGAM CHELLAM (Veena) Kattikatti cholli-arabi kdikkadi maname-saveri Sollum varttai-kaneda Vellai tamarai 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST l'avaka:: Vanjippa: Talk in Tamil on prosody; "Vanji": Illustrative feature is Tamil TRANSMISSION SRIRANGAM CHELLAM (Veena) Sri Minalochani-Nate Pada melare gati-mayatndaw aa s Niye tunai-edukulakambodi Sakhiye-Verdi Chan drase khans -Su ddhasatre$ Kamiya.tu-Anandabhairaoi Adi nipai-yamunakalyaai 5.45 LEARN TO SING 8.0 NEGAPATAM M. K. NATARAJA IYER AND D. A. SWAMY Paratpara-Vachaspati Kada;kkan-Todi Ch idambaram-se njurutti Alai mukham-jaunpuri 6.40' FOR THE VILLAGES "Saravanabhavaoe"; The use of fertilisers; "Adikkumunnam"; Kettaya Sangati; M. K. TVA.. GARAJA BHAGAVATAR t 7.15 OURSELVES AND THE WAR Talk in Tamil arranged by the District War Committee, Trichinopoly 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 "JAYA'S FAMILY" Serial sketch in Tamil: (y) Talai Dipavaf 8 0 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS VASANTI t 0.45 VALLI BHARATAM (5) Presented by the RADIO VADYA GOSHTI Yanai mukhane-dhanyasi Saranam Saranam-Varafi 10.0 MELODY TIME t N. C. VASANTAKOKILAM: Indavaras- Kharaharapriya; Udaya aundari-raaamal.ka CHUDAMANI: Ganaraaamudan-Bogada; Devi Sri M nalochani-kdyani RAJAM PUSHPAVANAM: Toli jenma-bttahri; Manºsa-Sama D. K. PATTAMMAL: Ninnarul-Pantuvarali; Ini oru kanamum-sriranjani LALITA VENKATRAM: Vans koovudu-karaaji ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SER VICE metres (9,660 kc/s) 8.0 LALITHANGI AND VASANTAKUMARI * Nidaya Vesasta Rhairaei Innamum Keervani 8.30 TOPICAL TALK (Tamil) By E. Y. RAJAGOPALAM 8.40 THIRUVENGADU SUBRAMANYAM (Nagaswaram) t Sobillhu Sri Subramanyaya Ramanime Kanakasaila 0.0AIKARTIST Srimuladhra Gutuguhaya Paripalaya 9.30 Close down metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 210 POPULAR VARIETY t M. V SUBBIAH NAIDU: S;:bhamatf G. S. VIJAYA RAO: Ninnedhyana K. SHARADA BAI: Gokulabaranam SUNDRAMMA: Andede C. SARASWATHI BAI: Mahanerºps RATNAM: Sivadesika 2.30 JANAKI RAMANATHAN (Veena) Varna= Bhairaei Nirajakahi Karanajalade Meevalla Jaganmohtni Kambodi Vasni Manastuwadhina Paanegav*rali Varanarada Sukhi evreaao Sri Saraudala Sawa Ritigotda Hiadolas Lsdaragotofane Kepi 3.0 Close down metres (6,190 kc/s) 8.30 S. PINAKAPANI Entaoerchina Payyada Sudha Danyari Nedanamaknye Radhika Krishna Bilakari 9.0 K. MAHADEVAN With orchestral accompaniment 9.15 JANAKI RAMANATHAN (Veena) Sankarabharas*a, Vijaya Sri Kameda Staled 9.45 THE ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINS j Programme of lighter works from the repertoire of famous orchestras NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Barber of Sevil'e-Overture Rossini B B C SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Bachaanale-"Sermon and Delilah" Saint Saves LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Marche joyense Chabns BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Bolero Ravel N B C SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Moto nini PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Valle Trirta Sihstia, Clore down All times sue given is Indian Standard Time. Time Signal = Electrical Recording t Gramophone records. t i r. THAI &DWI LISTINS11

67 I Ab DELHI metres (886 kc/s) a -m. TRANSMIlSSi!1N I 8.0 PIARA NAZAR NAHIN t ABDUL KARIM KII\N: Khayal B aural 8.30 LISTEN TO THIS 8.35 MUMTAZ AND PARTY Khamsa 8.50 VILAYAT KHAN DELIit Tamannaon men uljhaya gays bun Hogai shahr shahr ruswai 9.0 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Jag soz-i-'shq lag Naghma 9.10 ANWAR KHAN Allah jane Khayal U'an ki Tod' mori nays K,saal Gajri 925 BHAIRAVIN ON CORNET AT4 MOHAMMAD 9.30 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Audaz-i-tabassum na ho ghamutaz kis ka U.hi basin -i -saber Naghma 9.45 MUMTAZ AND PARTY Khamsa; Age se zara us r'tam ara he guzar jae 10.0 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1G.7 ANWAR KHAN Man guman K.oyal Shudh Sarang VILAYAT KHAN Nahin minnat kash-i-tab-i-shunidan dastan men Parwana jal ke khak hua shama rochuki 1030 Close down p.m. TRANSMTSSION II 12,0 * RAG SABHA t 10 MUSIC OF OTHER LANDS t ITALY: Pe N to Armeneaaca: S'a Suns pe drum un Felinger FRANCE: J'aime Les femmes C'est ma; Folie Marinalla PORTUGAL: Fado de minha-aldeira; O Men Portuga'-Fado HUNGARY: Chanson Hongroise; Chanson du B rger CUBA: Gongs de la havane; Gualjira GERMANY: Die Schonaten Rosen Bluben; der Heimat Allah I Allah 1 Greenwich Time Signal at 1.30 p.m. 1,3G NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 PAUL ROBESON (Baas) t 2.0 Close down TRANSMISSION HI 5.0 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Thumri; Sharm-i-gunah se bashr men jaya as jaega 5.15 RANI DEVI; Goat 5.20 VILAYAT KHAN Begana hoke sane jahan e juda hua An-i-karam pe tark-i-jafa bhi no kijie 5.30 WOMEN'S PROGRAMME Jug jug jyoti jale jiwan ki, Diwal' hai apne man ki: Chorus wr:tten by MIRAJEE and sung by APARNA ROY, ASHIMA BINNERT' ad RANI DEVI; Bahnon ki baten; "Ladies First"; Humorous sketch in Hindustani by ITTTRIM- IJLLAH; RANI DEVI: ; New Próhlrms (Nei Guth:an); Educat'on for women (1uro ke liye kis ham ki talim ki :amoral hai): Talk in Hindustani by MOHINI RAO; ASHIMA BAN NERJI:, Cael LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.55 RANI DEVI. Ge-t 7.0 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Thumri; Sh kwa na chahie ke tagaza na chahie 7.15 RANI DEVI: Gen 7.20,MUMTAZ AND PARTY Main aur hu n i-yar ka ja va lie hue Kya batas,, d Aruba" mujh e j 'ds k onkar bua 730 BARABAR KE SATHI (3) lgt'sad Taqa.: Talk in Ilindus sni by NAREN- DR 1 NATH SETH 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS (Phulwar') Dua; MUMTAZ AND PARTY: Qawmal ; "Tar", Ek Nagl; RAM KISHORE: Geer; Jan {II Janwar (y) Charkb: Ek Makalma; RANI DEVI: Gem: Kahaniyan, Latife our Pahaliyn; Bachchon ke khat sur unite bomb: Khabaren sur bhao In WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER THE VOICE OF AMERICA News and v ews about the United States 8.45 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Dadra; Ab y.h sauda ha: he hasi, hash men ane se kya 9 G * NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 9.20 N::W.'1 IN ENGLISH 9,30' B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 MUMTAZ AND PARTY Khamsa our 10.0 MALIKA PUKHRAJ aur Gael VILAYAT KHAN Na wan punish na yan ab-i-sukhan hai Ap ae to khaya -i-d I-1-nashad aya GHAFFAR HAIDER Vocal music ROSHAN LAL: Taltarang recital VILAYAT KHAN Shabistati men ho sham-i-parwana chin hin MALIKA PUKHRAJ: Ujala j s se tha charoo taraf woh ham nahin hair: ham 11,0' Close down DELHI metres (6,190 kc/s) 8 0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9 25 INTERVAL metres (6,J90 kc/s) 9.25 to AS IN DELHI 1 p.m. TI;.INSMISSION H metres (7,290 kc/s) 12.0 to 2.0 AS IN DELHI Close down TRANSMISSION Hl metres (6,190 kc/s) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc./s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI RANI DEVI: Ge 7.55 MALIKA PUKHRAJ Pahari Geet 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8 30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI MUMTAZ AND PARTY Khamsa; ATab:n-i-dil na samjhe parda-dar-ilamakan samjbe 9.45 HIPPODROME Programme for the Forces to 11.0 AS IN DELHI Close down DELHI 3.e 4 SEE PAGE 12 PESHAWA U et* R..,a... (RRR ke/s1 m. TIANSMISSION I 8.0 *MANNA BAI t Munahin jh se na poacbh men hai sun mars ha' kuchh 8 5 NFtvq IN ITT ntistani 8.30 NAWAB BAI Us but se kya bani heh Khuda se bigargaee Ik ag lagee hai scene men 8.40 KIRPA RAM BALI Nigahon se chhupkar kahan jaiyega Punjabi Gael 8.50 AKHTARI BAI t Ceet Balam sudh aee Dadra Chá o ao cha en Nos: Josh- -girya our andheri rat hat Chazal 9.0 Mrs. MUKANDAN: Gees 9.10 MOHAMMAD SULAIMAN Mutrib bizan sarode sagi' b:yar bada Phir agae woh hal, pareesban kiye hue 9.20 NAWAB BAI Ras ke share.ore na n Thumri 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 9.45 Close down n.m. T!',ANSMTSGVhN II * MIXED MELODIES t 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pushtu1 Naghma-i-Masarrat: PESHAWAR RADIO OR- CHESTRA; HABIB JAN: Zama the sta zulum ra yad ahi-tappe; Zra me furgat ke da Hazrat Nabi paimal de-lobha; Da Khal q Makhlq: Poem written and present -d by SbMAND'R KHAN "SAMANDAR"; WALT MOHAMMAD: Betun da ghruno pa sar raghe-taphe; Chaman gulzar de wakht naubahar de-lobha; Tomorrow's programme announcements 1.40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) Tappe au Charbaite t; MEER AHMAD KHAN: D:Ibar da zra pa sar sore kram; SABZ ALI: Zamaka da Makke ba za.geda laka da tul, HABIB JAN: Afros de ashiqae ke da as hal zama de -Coat; Ae Hind Chishti zwana Khwaja Sah b Su'tana-Chazd; Binbaja: DEEN MOHAMMAD; Da jang rang: Talk reviewing news of the week by SULTAN MOHAMMAD KHAN WALT MOHAMMAD: Da baiga wayam saba ba kha'r ahi-tappe; Racha spina bashra wunisa aftab to -Charbai ta 2.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 5.0 NAWAB BAI Masham-i-yar tak paunhcha hun main phoolon ki bu hokar Ghas Thujh bin neer baboon sajan Gait 5.10 SHANTI PARKASH Zarron se baten karte!lain dewar-o-dar se ham Wtluta k'sggadar bails ten rehguzar se ham ; Geet 520 HEERA.BAI: Gees t 5.25 MOHAMMAD SULAIMANN Nagah-i-yar jise ashna-i-raz kare Choral 5.30 FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtu) Misr ATHA Naghma: PESHAWAR RADIO OR- CHESTRA; Neemakai: HABIB JAN and WALI ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR NEW BUSINESS FOR 1942 over Rs. 9,50,00,000 A TOKEN OF PUBLIC FAITH & GROWING CONFIDENCE in the SERVICE & SECURITY afforded by India's largest & strongest Life Office Eatd. in Iud:a, 1874 ORIENTAL Head Office: BOMBAY. GOVT "(-1 /Pi" "re AccURANCE,Co, Ltd Oriental Building, Queensway, NEW DELHI, sn aucb Ss.s.st.sar); eat. u. N. BHAMBRI MOHAMMAD; INZAR GULL: Raha lama musafir yare-; "Da Mahabat Kh^n Jumaat": Feature by SAMANDAR KHAN "SAMANDAR"; Rabab: A I R ARTIST, WALL MOHAMMAD: Stange me da yar khalqa nan pa kajal tore di-neemakai; Noar sa khidma.: Listeners' letters and replies; HABIB JAN: Racha rasha ashna yara; Da dhol zara sandara 6.30 NEWS IN ENGLIS-I 6.40 NEW'S IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 TOPICAL TALK Or KIRPA RAM BALI: aur Geet 6.55 PUSHTI T PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 NAWAB BAI Sanchi kaho mose batian Thumri 7.40 MOHAMMAD SULAIMAN Us basin men mujhe nahin banti haya k'ye Agar zara bhi unhen mail-a-karam karte >, 7.50 SAZON PAR NAGHMA 7.55 GEET MALA t 8.5 SHANTI PARKASH Papeeha bolas hai us par Geet 8.10 NASEEM AKHTAR: t 8.15 KIRPA RAM BALI Phir woh ham se khaya hai kya kahiye Punjabi Geet 8.25 NAWAB BAI Kann hai woh jo.ere ras ka joya na hua 830 THE VOICE OF AMERICA 8.45 MOHAMMAD SULAIMAN Huzoor-e-shah-a-behro-bar jane wale Nadi Ha' garceban hang-i-pairahan jo daman men nahin 8:56 AZDUL AZIZ KHAN t Vichitr Beeaa par Pita ki Thamri 0.0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 9.30 B E C NEWS RELAY 9.45 KIRPA RAM BALI Punjabi Geet 0.50 KEHKASHAN t GUL BANO and K. MASTANA: Ao akash sehna par "MAZAQ": Chain ha n mast hawaea VATSALA KUMTEKAR: Chahoon or chandai 110 NAWAB B.AT aur Geet AFGHAN -PERSIAN PROGRAMME Close down tljl21* A, sar sal allí prss of 6 AMERICAN Osr im PHILLIPS VALVES ALLIED EbECTRIC AND RADIO CORPORATION w.re,oura tucsnow PHONE -537 GRAM -ARIA,. s 7o t9lte> eet< 011N., FISHERMEN% OLYMPIA FISHING StT EACH SET Rs. 10/-B' lb/ - COMPLETE WITH BEST FOLDING ROD REEL LINE MOOKS L FLOAT A.FREE. RELIVE - IN IPSO A - -OLYMPIA :,-SPORTING HOUSE ' L. WECLINGTON St CALCUTTA All times are given in Indian Standard Time, Time Signal j Electrical Recording t Gramophone records. THE INDIAN LISTENER 65

68 BOMBAY 1 244' metres (1,231 kc/s) a.m. YILAN,SML,HION I 8.0 ABDUL KARIM KHAN f Bhavda yarda lobana KhaJaf Lalit 830 SHAMA BAI (Kolhapur) Mere man Todi Colaba Time Signal at 8.45 a.m NEWS IN MARATHI 9.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 9.1G TOMORROW 9.15 AHMAD DILAWAR Le Mohammed Mustala ka nam le Naat-Kalingra Dam-igesu S:chha rays ko: BOMBAY Khamso-Bha. raoin Nab: ka apee tanda le ke sanda kidhar jaen Khamrc 9.35 DUETS t ILA and SUNIL: Yeh tan mati ka bartan hai BARRO and RAMNATH: Naino ke ban ki reet aaokh7 NALINI and HAFEEZ: Prem ki ho ban 9.45 V. Y. CHO%DHARI Mando in recital 10.0 Close down BHAVGEET t KUSUM PATWARDHAN: Chahul ab tujhi KALINDI PUNTAMBEKAR: Ved lav:le ten kashas KRISHNABAI HUKKERI: Bol manful mnhyr baa PURUSHOTTAM SOLANKURKAR: Jag.n anandi anand NEWS. IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI NEWS IN.HINDUSTANI 1.0 BREAK FOR LUNCH v 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t A choice of colour; Where'er you walk; AI the things you are; O for.he wings of a ove things you are; O for the wings of a dove Autumn serenade DOROTHY LAMOUR (Con.ralto) Sweet potato piper; Strange enchantment Palms of paradise; That sentimental sandwicl BARNABAS VON GECZY ORCHESTRA Gipsy w ne; Sicilian; Malaga; Free and easy Blue sk es; Poem * Close down 5.0 WAMANRAO SADOLIKAR Ram hi Ram base Skimp/as Kunjan men racho 5.30 STRING MUSIC Dhun on Gottuvadvam 5.45 TARANA PURVI A I R ARTIST 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8.0 CHILDREN'S HALF-HOUR (Marathi) Mus cal feature for Diwall: "Sangha Vadaa"; Aple pare pohochale 6 30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.45 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 6.50 CHORUS Hari nam sumar sukbdam boar men ieevan do din ka All times are Given in Indian Standard t4éb_ívésfiay, OLTOBLit DUSHMAN KI NAZAR MEN Task in Hindustani of what the enemy thinks by SAJJAD NAHEER 7.15 UUJAi(tti1 GEET t V. Y. CHOW DHARI Mando in recital 7.45 NEWS IN 111ARATHI 7.5ó NEWS IN GuJARATI 8.5 KHA YAL RAGESHKI S.ud o recording of the late Dashrathbuwa Muley, a pupil.if Khan Saheb Abdul Karim Khan On the occasion of the death annnersary of sue Knan Saheb 8.ZG LIY 111E NEWS 8.25 MUSIC 8.30 THE- VOICE OF AMERICA stesayed from Delhi J.4o vt8 Kr,VIEW J.0 NEtS 1N t.1ns)ustani J.15 NEIvS UUL.151LN JAI( Y (Hindustani) 3.20 Nt.svS IN ENGLISH J.30 B B l: NEWS RELAY J.4ú A 1 J( ORUHES'1 ttr1: Kedara,0.0 MIAMI DILAWAR Jhukana dar pa shine ueaz rahue de Choza.., ds, men samane wa,e as Knasn. o,jda unka agar. rawa ho jae.0.15 SHAMA BAI Juan dhan ri rt ulji ulji.u.4' Close down BOMBAY (4,880 kc/s) 1.m. TlacaiVaisil.Joa...).01 I 3.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY 1 -hat 1 AML.A MAZGAUNKAR t Behag.,hale ge sarane Bttaogeel..ho a khu.a jlr Pad ajawi warn ata,.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY 1 3.d0 SHAMA BM.egun gun go ID Tod. t.0 JAL'lARANG SOLO: Bhairavin J.10 to 10.0 AS IN BOMBAY 1 -d.0 Close down.m. TUAN MISSION II metres (7,240 kc/s).2.30 to 1.0 AS IN BOMBAY 1.0 VAKUE'!Y t ;OHRA JAN:.'.mu na baha aur ah na kar.agmohaín and ANIMA: Radha Mohan nam hai men Duet ;INAPANI MUKERJI: jag men prem ka gun gawo Geet.t. L. SAIGAL: Ishq mujh ko nahin 'ANNA: Ka. se kbele jay Kam Mdaster KRISHNARAO: Kaisi benu bajai.sarayanrao VYAS: Mohit bhayi Bakniyan V A. KAGALKAK: Bol on sunawe Sughras to 2.30 AS IN BOMBAY Close down metres (6,085 kc/s).1.0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL 8915 metres (3,365 kc/s) 7.30 COMMERCIAL NEWS 7.45 WAMANRAO SADOLIKAR fun ju na bol D Chatur sugar PP 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY ABDUL KARIM KHAN ANNIVERSARY Special feature on the occasion of the dead, anniversary of Khan Saheb ABDUL KARIM KHAN: Devised by JITHUBHAI MEHTA: Produced by A I R ARTISTS 3.45 MANECK BHAGAT 'iaaoforte recital 0.0 INTERLUDE t 0.5 V ICTORINE' MICH DE SOUZA (Soprano) he cuckoo hear you calling me rho song Lehmann Marshall Bishop 3.15 BERT NISSIM'S MERRY- - MAKERS JPULAR DANCE MUSIC.0.45 Close down Time. Time Signal CALCOTT,1 CALCUTTA metres 780kc/s) a.m. TitANMI.,SION I 7.25 PICHHAL PATHER PATHIK K. C. DEY: Pralay } 7.30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 VIOLIN: Lalit \RDHENDHU GHOSH 7.50 DHRUPAD AND DHAMAR Raja Ram Niranjana Shukla.iItlaral. Shyam bajai muraliya Surjat.l. 'OGENDRA NATH BANERJEE Pakhawaj accompanied by PRATAPNARAYAN.IITRA 3.5 MANDOLIN: Bhairavi I R ARTIST 3.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH 5.30 ADHUNIK t \NJALI MUKHERJEE: Suns suna ogo )ILIP K. ROY: Ekd:n jabe geverhi, la '.ABANYA GHOSH: Nithur ogo amar prane; )ILIP K. ROY: Kon bsytha tare 3.45 DIPALI TALUKDAR 'Chaya : Vi'ambit our Drut ";angadhar jatadhar - Shioamal-Rhairan Bhairon Ibari ghari pals pala 1.0 SARANGI 'tap and Co,: Asaoari \ I R ARTIST NAZIR HUSSAIN, who broadcasts Shahnai recitals from Calcutta.1.15 RAGA KHAT t Yhayal: Vilambit aur Drut 3ACHIN DAS MATILAL s.80. Close down ).m. TRANSMISSION II * RICHARD CROOKS (Tenor) f Nazareth Rosary sh' may the red '7ome when my love Gipsy moon Ocasoa Neuts Fos P..st. Boreanojt FRITZ KREISLER (Violin) f Violin concerto in D. Major Mozart 1.15 ELIZABETH SCHUMANN (Soprano) t Solveig's song Gress Cradle song The kiss Santana Nightingale song Zeller Where the bee sucks Arne Holy night, peacefu night Traditwna, 1.40 SACHIN CHAKRAVARTY Vocal music 1.50 GUITAR: MANJUSHREE GUHA 2.0 KIRAN SEN: Vocal music 210 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 THIS YOU WILL LIKE f SHAMA DEBI: Ami puraba dasher PANKAJ MULLICK: E mor barons malatare SACHIN DEVAVARMA: Jagar.athf mama 2:30 Close down 5 9 * TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS JUTHIKA ROY: Dhire dhire now Nari bidroh." t; Bengali comic drama: Written by NANI DAS GUPTA; Presented by NANI DAS GUPTA and PARTY: Orchestra by BHARAT CLUB 5.30 PALLIMANGAL ASAR Jhumur: GOURI DASGUPTA (II): Taker Gachh (y): Laksha: Talk by SUDHANSU ROY; Adhunik: BINOY KUMAR ADHIKARY; Bhatia'i: GOURI DASGUPTA (II) Duniy r halcha ; Jhumur BINOY KUMAR ADHIKARY 6.0 DWIJEN CHOWDHURY # Barsha rater sheshe Rabtndrasangif Cheops cheona tare.. Kabsr Daser ekti 6.15 DIPALI TALUKDAR Eri mori mayiri Paroi Sundara surajan Honest 6.40 FOR INDUSTRIAL AREAS. (Eengali ) 7.0 BIDHESHIR CHOKHE BANGLA (Bengal as I see it): (º): Literature: Talk la Bengali 1.15 RANJIT ROYCHOWDHURY Sarod: Alap and Gat: Puria 7.30 DIPALI TALUKDAR Ayi r'tu nava lariyan Khayd: Basanf May dubat hun Kayak 7.45 "HIMER RATE OI GAGANE" Ske.ch written by BANIKUMAR: Compered by \NIL SEN 8.3C THE VOICE OF AMERICA 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 * TOPICAL TALK Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 915 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS London 9.45 HARRY CHATTERJEE (Tenor) to a Marie; God send you back to me: E Adams; Gypsy River: K. Russell; At Santa darbara: K Russell 10.0 IT IS ALL YOURS t 'elect on from requests Compered by J. ROLLINS CALCUTTA 2 fins. 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Roop anopam Sagan na ae 5.45 BARKAT ALT KHAN Mil gaya tera astan mujb ko Dag mag do e Vtlamb;t Drat Thumri 6.0 TRILOK MARWAHA: Dilruba 619 MUNAWWAR SULTANA our Geer 6.20 BAI SARASWATI BAI: p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 SUR-O-CHH.ANDA t Selection of gramophone records 1.40 FROM "NANDINI" t Ki je mor maner katha Banaphul hanaphul sai 1.50 DUET B IDHUBHI'SAN CHAUDHURI: Tarabanº( RABINDRANATH DAS: Guitar 2 0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE. RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 MODERN SONGS Tumito bojhon: priva E din robena jahe MUKUL GUTIA RAY 2.30 GOURIKEDAR BHATFA- CHARYYA t Jagao phire phire Banshlte dakile jaba SUJITRANJAN RAY Amare biday dite Amar ghum hhaneaniya 2 45 DEBABALA Rangakar rasi WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 30 NEWS 'IN ENGLISH 6.45 BARKAT ALI KHAN Pahari Geet ALehfi'-i-ishq men jab nom teca fete bºfn 6.55 TRILOK MARWAHA: Vichitra Veena 7.5 MUNAWWAR SULTANA 'o turn mere liye koi atom eejad Isar dote Vashad na karna tha 7.15 HITLER KA DAGMAGATA QILA (1) "silk in Hindus,ani by MURTAZA AHMAD s1aikash 7 30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE Dholak ko Gres; MIRAN B.AKHSI' URA BAI: Cali: Ha'a,-iHaz'ra: or Punjabi Gee/ f: I UNAWWAR SULTANA: Punjabi Geer; BAR - CAT ALI KHAN: Folk song; M?RAN. t.akhsh: Punjabi Gent; Barar ke bhao: Pun - alai men khabaren: HIRA 1351: Dho'ak ka Gee' 1.15 BARKAT ALI KHAN 'igahen dar peh lag; ha'n udas bai.be halts "ere to tarn ni manwan 1.25 BAI SARASWATI BAT: 1.30 THE VOICE OF AMERICA 'e ayed from Delhi 1.45 MUNAWWAR SULTANA: Geet 1,50 TOPICAL TALK le INDIAN MUSIC? 10 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 145 WAR AND MEDICINE (2) Var surgery: Talk by a Surgeon 0.0 BAI SARASWATI BAI 'se Bona Sak)siyan radio 0:.15 LIESL STARY Pianoforte recital '0.45 Close down IJACCA metres (1,167 kc/s) Khayal Paria 3.0 Clot^ down TRANSMISSION H 5.0 * KHELAGHAR (For Children) ar amar jabab; Surer mayabu Tomar chhthi Bishe dakat t; Galper asar 5.30 MUKUL GUHA RAY Ogo sudurer priya Ragpradhan Copala bhakata bhikhari 5.45 SUKUMAR ROY Mans phande Samajha bujhke 6.0 HINTS ON A. R. P. (Bengali) 8.5 MOHAMMAD YUSUF KHAN QURALSITY "Specially composed song in Hindustani Tappa 615 GEETA PATH Pahari Tilak Chaya Vilgmh;t Drat Readings from the Gum: SOMESHCHANDRA SARMA RAY 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6.45 ABDUL KARIM KHAN t Khayal Patdip 6.50 DUNIYAR HAL Discussion on current affairs 7.0 BIIRMEME PROGRAMME Re eyed from Delhi 7.30 "RATER KAVYA" Mui'cal sketch: Written by PABTTRARUMAR MITRA; Tuned and produced by SUDHTRLAI CHAKRABARTT: Presened by A T R ARTISTS Supported by A I R ORCHESTRA 815 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or VIOLA RECITAL: A I R ARTIST 8 25 ABDUL KARIM KHAN t Piya bin nahi " 8 30 THE VOICE OF AMERICA 8 45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 * KALPATARU t Listeners' selections 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 9.3C B B C NEWS RELAY SUKUMAR ROY Farkana!agi All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER,+ Thumr Khayal Behag 10.0 ANIMA. 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70 MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) 7.30 SWAGATAM Etu abro.uvo-chakravakara-triputa 7.40 SURYAKUMARI t Chandervela; Krihnavarara; Sakhi Chards- ika 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 T. RATAGOPALA SARMA t Vinatamta; Evarura; Pakkala nilabadi; Ulan* 8.30 TENMATAM VARADACHARIAR (Veena) Karuna-Sudhabaagola-Ropakam Aragimpave-Todi-Ruppakam Naradaguru-Darbar-Rupakam 9.0 Close down 1.0 TENMATAM VARADACHARIAR (Veena) Mari marl-kambhoji-adi Chetaari-Dtvi javan ti-rupakam Sri narada-kanada-rupakam 1.40 FILM FARE t "KAMOSH": Nain Thore; Jandano hai "BHARAT BETI": Ale a e; Udyam hoj I "BHARAT MILAP": Balatu; Van chale 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 VIOLIN: A I R ARTIST Hamsadhwani 2.10 M. N. VELUSWAMI Upacharamu-Bka:ravi-Rupakam Nanmaye-Her kambodi-adi Sridhai-Behag-Adi 2.30 FOR HIGH SCHOOLS '(English) Travelogue: Cochin: Talk Schoo' chronicle; How birds were created: An American legend 3.ci AFTERNOON VARIETY t 3.30 a Close down TRANSMISSION Ill 4.30* FOR WOMEN (English) Piano rectal; Unusual occupations: Women Plots: Talk; Recipes 5 0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t MADRAS PETER DAWSON (Bass -Baritone) Four Indian love lyrics Amy Woodford Pinden The temple bel's; Less than.he dust; Kashmir'; love Fong; Till I awake ROYAL ARTILLERY STRING ORCHESTRA Fiesta Argentina MADE IN BOMBAY AND CYCLES LTP Maaaalaa Ag. IgLA BROS., LTD. ase. rlts. NAT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27 ALFREDO ORCHESTRA Waltz "Vienna blood" Strauss Waltz "Wine, women and song" Waltz "The blue Danube"., LISTENERS' REQUESTS 5.30 S. NARAYANASWAMI PILLAI (Nagaswaram ) Telesirama-Purnachandrika-Adi Gnanamorsaga-Prsrvika yan-rupakam Janak ramans-sudhasinantini-adi Vageswari-Sarasuwti-Adi 6.15 VARIETY t 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 NARAYANRAO VYAS t Mohak Mahhu Madhu; Much Nad bane; Parkath Mave Abiya; Madhu rau hari 7 0 YUDDHA MUYARCHI Talk in Tamil on war effort 7.10 "THONDARKKU THONDAR" Play in Tamil: Written and produced by P. SRI ACHARYA and P. K. RAJACHOODA- MONY 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7 45 JVALA TORANAMU "Fes.00n of Flame" pictured in Mua'e: Commemorating Deepavali: Presented by "RAJANI" 8.0 S. NARAYANASWAMI PILLAI (Nagaswa ram ) Ragam and Pa lavi Vachaspati Radhamukha Kapi Adi 8.30 THE V(MCE OF AMERICA Re'ayed from Delhi 8.45 "KI11I DUKANAMU" Sketch in Telugu 9.0 DOKKA SRIRAMAMURTI * 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9 20 NEWS in ENGLISH 0.45 THE COMMON CAUSE Talk in English on war effort in Madras Presidency 13.0 S. R. VENKATESAN N Innujooch i-snurash tram--adi Sukhama-Snan m ukha priya-adi Parvati nayaka-bha ul i-adi * Close down MADRAS metres (4,920 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.40 AS in MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.50 RAJKUMARi t Nain bavrey; Sono sunore; Bnahanjage 8.0 'o 9.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down met -es (7.770 kc/s) 1.0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS VIOLIN: A I R ARTIST Sr(ranjini 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 to 3.33 AS IN MADRAS Close down 4873 metres 8.1!50 kc/s) 4.30 to 5 39 AS IN MADRAS FOR THE FORCES Programme for the Forces:. By the Forces 6.0 GANALAHARI cirst lessons in music 6.15 LOKAVARTA News -talk in Ma'ayalani 6.22 KALACHAKRA New' -talk in Kannada to '7.0 AS IN MADRAS I 7 0 ADHYATMARAIMAYANA KIRTANA By "PRAYAG" 7.10 FOR THE VILLAGES (Telugu) Tokra contrd: Talk arranged by the Department of Agriculture; Velig'mpuma: Song 7.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) On Vintavelugulu; Water -level readings; Market rates 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MARDAS to 9.30 INTERVAL 6098 metres (4.920 kc/s) 0.30 FAVOURITE VOICES T 9.45 to AS IN MADRAS 1 All times are given in Indian Standard Time, Time Signal 1.m. TRANSMISSION I 7.45 MUSICAL PRELUDE K. V. KESAVA BHAGAVATAR t 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 4.0 TRICHY ORCHESTRA TItICHY 398 metres (758 kc/s) CHIDAMBAB- AN JAYARAM who often sings at A 1 R Tricky, Parvati ninu Kdagada Budhamasrayami Natakuranji 8.15 NFWS IN ENGLISH 8 30 M. S. HARIHARA IYER Padumanabhan Kanakkan koti Kapali tsai mukham Jaunpun Pagaivarukku Maund 9.0 Close down ).m. TRANSMISSION II. 1.0 KADAMBAM t M. M. DANDAPANI DESIKAR: Ulagamideno; Syirandu tinge ai V. V. SATAGOPAN:. Maname ni CHUDAMANI: Jagannatha; Chenduril valar V. R DHANAM: Jaya gokulabala t. JANAKI: A'aikadal T. N MANIKKAM: Gopiyar konjum KANCHANAMALA: Mana lokapu lila KANAN DEVI: Kauo man lubhaya 1.36 NEWS IN ENGLISH S. HARIHARA IYER hula prakriti Saveri Maname Kantalavarah Kali t:rumo Todi Lswari Bagesn l.0 NEWS IN TAMIL :5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST Fibres: Old and new: Silk: Talk in Tamil;.1 us a t; "Pudi du kandavar": Karl Benz: Feature in Tamil 1.30 * Close down TRIANSMISSION III 5.0 KUMBAKONAM SIVAVADIVELU PILLAI (Violin) Compositions of Muthu Tandavar Isane koti-kamaóardhani-chapa Ennai enakku-abheri-ropakam Chitsabhai-Ri'ahari-Chapo Sundara Kunchita-Arabhi-Rupakam Sedkka-Abhogi-Adi 5.45 LEARN TO SING 6.0 TIRUVAZHUNDUR A. K. GANESA PILLAI Mangai sivakami Rhairaoi Tni oru kanam Sriranjanr Natanam seyyum Kedaragaola 6 40 FOR THE VILLAGES "Poonakamaniyanlndu"; "Iran": Sketch In tamil; Tunbame peridana: Ananda kalippu; Kettaya Sangati; Vanattin m:du t 7.15 TALA VADYA KATCHERI 7.30 * LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 KUMBAKONAM SIVAVADIVELU PILLAI (Violin) Adikkondar-Maya m alovaga ul a-adi Maravad'ru-A ndhnlika-adi-mutha Nagasmaravnl' (nnum sandehappada:amo Kambodi Kohanam Ragama(ika 8.30 THE VOICE OF AMERICA 8 45 TIRUVAZHUNDUR A. K. GANESA PILLAI S'vanaininaindavar Brovavamma Arutpa Tireppugal 9.45 GOTTUVADYAM Rama Raghuvira Semeja varagamana Arumukha vad:velavane 10.0 MELODY TIME t SEMMANGUDI SRINIVASA AYYAR: Kiravanl Hindo!oes Man ji Ragama ika Seajurutai Gamanasrama H Molars Kavadich.nda Nava siddhi prtralum Kharahararnya MUSIRI SUBRAMANYA AYYAR: Pah' Réma Yaduku a Kambo S CHITTOOR SUBR 1MANYA PILL Al: Valhmana'a Kapi; Mamayileri Hamsanandi TIRUVENGADU SUBRAMANYA MLA, (Nagaswaram) Rama n'nne Useni Kanaka sala Pannagavara i Dance tune Close down ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SER VICE 1.m. TRANSMISSION I metres (9.860 '.cc/s) 8.0 * DALIPARTI PICHAHARI (Nagaswaram) 2 Banturee:hi Ranasas'am Emanathi Saimaa 8.80 THIRUPPUGAZH MANI t Nirkonda; Oeupozhudu; Daranitan'I; Vettada 8.45 K. S. NARAYANA IYENGAR (Gottuvadyam) t Paramapavana Sri Reghukula Needumahima 9 0 V. KRISHNAMURTHI Vendam vendam Parvati Nayaka Kanaka Saila 9.30 Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION H metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU a $ Electrical Recording Purvikalrani Useni Hamsanandi Abogi Shammegnpriyo Ramabirama Punnagavarali Niyemana Kai lase 2.10 FILM MUSIC t "ma ND' R AV.1TH"': Deva Delia "K"M'fENTt": Varoi "KRISHNALEELA": Kshe.ra Dammam "SOKAMEL'R": P,duvome "SIV^KAVP': Swopp.navarv'l "SUMATHI": Cheli Jalamela ".80 VIOLIN DUETS Sri Raghuvara Pahimam Te'i shame Narada Rhairmsi Ja -a ranj ' i Purnachanarrka /liana 3.0 Close down meters (6.190 tree,/s) 8.30 * V. KRISHNAMURTHI Dhaayasi Ka!yani Kambodi 9.0 TOPICAL FEATURE (Tamil) 9.15 M. M. DANDAPANI DESIKAR $ 9.30 KUMBAKONAM RAJAMANIC- KAM PILLAI: Violin t THE tndia I GramNophone LIS Tre&iétirds..

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DELHI metres (886 kc/a) 8.0 VILAYAT HUSAIN Thumri Jogia on Sitar 15 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 8.15 NEWS in ENGLISH 8.30 LISTEN TO THIS 8.35 FARHAT JAHAN BiBBO Other na mujh se aikr-i-gul kavish-i-khar knoll as puchh Ab zindagi bhi dard ka basil nahin radii 8.45 FILMI DOGANE t 8.55 CHIRAGH DIN Roi ummid bar nahin ati 9.0 SUKHDEO PR ASAD DELHI Thumri Sej charhat dar lage 9.10 VILAYAT HUSAIN Deli on Surbahar 9.25 CHIRAGH DiN Gale gale jo mulagat hai yeh bhi na sahi 9.30 FARHAT JAHAN BIBBO Thumri Lai hayat ne qaza lerhali chale 9.45 SUKHDEO PRASAD Ab mohe lane na de Khava' Gandhari; Thumri 10.0 NEWS TN ENG1 ISM 10.7 GHAZALEN.4TIR GEET t VILAYAT HUSAIN Bindrabani Sarong on Sitar TRANSMISSION ii 12.0 GHAZALEN AUR FILMI GANE t p.m NEWS TN HTNDUSTANI 1.0 THE BUSCH QUARTET t Quartet in D Minor ("Death of the Maiden") Greenwich Time Signal at 1.30 p.m. 140 THE "SWAN LAKE" t Ballet music Played by LONDON Schubert PHILHARMONIC OR- CHESTRA: Conductor: ANTAL DORATI 2.0 Close down 6.0 VILAYAT HUSAIN Multani on Surbahar 5.15 FARHAT JAHAN BIBBO: Thumri Us sang -i -asían pe jahin-i-nayaz hai 5.30 SUKHDEO PRASAD Mori lar pakrat gain Dhani; 5.45 FiLMI GANE t 6.0 CHIRAGH DIN jahan ko bedil bana digs; Gast Dil de ke ib 610 VILAYAT HUSAIN Pila on Sitar 6.20 FARHAT JAHAN BIBBO Mor; ankhen Khayal Patmaujel 6.40 NEWS in HiNDUSTANI 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.55 CHIRAGH DIN: Gent 7.0 VILAYAT HUSAIN Paria dhanasiri on Surbahar 7.15 FARHAT JAHAN BIBBO: Thumri Asar usko zara nahin hota 7.30 RAWAYATON MEN ZINDAGI Pah(llii)n: Talk la Hindustani by SHAHID AHMAD 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS Bazar ke bhao; CHANWA RAM AND PARTY: Dehati Saz; Indal Hiran (t) MAULA BAKHSH; Khabaren; Hawaii poojan: HRIDEY RAM: ; Geet; Inda! Hiram (a): MAULA BAKHSH 8.30 DEEP MALIKA Programme in Hindustani devised and presented on the occasion of DIWALI Lakshami pujan: Chorus; The significance of Diwali in our national culture: Talk by GOPAL PRASAD VYAS; "Saket": Poem depicting Ayodhya after the exile of Rama and after his return; Ram Char Ae" Feature writen by UPENDRA NATH ASHL"1 Ao deepawrli ~ant V. N. GAUR All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER TIIlIISESDAY, oütoafls!e 9.45 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 10.0 SUKHDEO PRASAD: Vocal music VILAYAT HUSAIN Khamach on Sitar CHIRAGH DIN Pesh az ahuri-iahq kiwi ka Mohan as sha; Gist FILMi GANE t FARHAS J Alt tn BIBBO Thumri Abhi se mohabbat men kyon sea lam hal 11.0 Close down DELHI metres (4,960 kc/s) 8.0 to 910 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 Ic/a) 0.25 to AS IN DELHI metres (7,290 kc/s) 12.0 to 2.0 AS IN DELHI Close down metres (8,190 kc/s) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI CHIRAGH DIN Itna tere sajdon ne divana banava tha; Coat 7.55 FARHAT JAHAN BIBBO Dil chhina nigahen Baes-i-girya Khayal-i-nargis mastana hai 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI VILAYAT HUSAIN Behag on Surbahar 9.45 WAR SPOTLIGHT 10.0 "FOR MUSIC LOVERS" t "Don Quixote" 11.0 Close down DELHI 3 & 4 SEE PAGE 12 z/ina,r.0 THE WATCH THAT NEVER VARIES E.AwATCH Cop M A,DR As Dadra PESHAWAR metres (620 kc/s) 8.0 "NASHTA" Skit in Hindustani: Presented by A I R ARTISTS 8.30 ZEENAT BEGAM Naas; Ada ada teri mauj-i-sharab hoke rahi Ao ao sajan piare Fantastic variations on a theme of a knightly character: - Payed by PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY lahan-i-ishq ORCHESTRA OF NEW YORK Conductor: Sir THOMAS BEECHAM Cello Soloist: ALFRED WALLANSTEIN Viola Soloist: RENE POLLAIN 8.45 MOHAMMAD SIDDIQ Gael Kuchh aisi pila bosh se begana banade Bezubanee zuban na ho jar 8.55 FILMI GEET t 9.5 KAREEM MANZAR Sayyad ne galas men lame as dee fughan tab ; Gael 9.15 BHAIRON ON CLARIONET 9.20 ZEENAT BEGAM Ayadat ko ae shifa bogare Jhoola jhoolat Ghanshyam Cast 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 9.45 Close down FILMI DOGANE AUR GHAZALEN t KOSHALIA aur DURRANT: Naino men :mina HARISH our HUSN BANO: Sajni too hai FIDA HUSAIN: Mera gar ho zanu-i-yar par ZOHRA BEGAM: Mana keh na kuchh munh se 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pushtut Naghma-i-Bajaar: PESHAWAR RADIO OR- CHESTRA; MEHRUNNISA: Sok the da galo ashnai la-tappe; Rasha parhaman ke lela gulihan da naubahar-lobha; Recitation from Dewan Abdur Rahman Baba: MOHAMMAD NAZIR; Adab: Pushtu poem 1.30 NEWS in ENGT.ISH 1.40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) ABDUL CHANI: Bas ban de dilruba-; Gul me pa mangul de da yar da Iasa-Lobha: MEHRUNNISA: Naseema warsha nam janan khabar kra-; Pisa Baba pa dar ke sta kawum giryan-neemakai; Clarionet: ALLAH BAKHSH; Sadaqat: Pushtu story; MEER AHMAD KHAN f; Bala pa mihruyano ke dildar lama de -; ABDUL GHANI: Da zra me wine sajuda shwe-tappe; Kala shoo na kala shoo to we aba ba darshama-charbaitg 2.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 5.0 ZEENAT BEGAM Jhonka koi chala jo naseem i -babar ka Rut rangeelee ace we mahia Punjabi Gee: 5.15 MOHAMMAD SIDDIQ Kya poochhte ho garmi-e-bazar-i-mustafa Naat Har zaman posh-i-nazar jalwa-i-janassa hai 5.25 KAREEM MANZAR na meen na sarwari danad 530 FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtu) Recitation from Quran-i-Shari[: Text an, translation by Qari ABDUL HALEEM; MOHAMMAD NAZIR: Nan ba lar chi Madine ta barabar sol -Naos; Che san aba Warta kaum yff0 dale hilar yama se-naat; MEHRUNNISA: Bon me da halt khabar as shoo-tappe; Pa aria Mal yae jamo kare sitare di-lobha; Da nun paran halat: Dialogue between QAZI SAHIB and HIDAYAT KHAN on current war events; ABDUL GHANI: Yar de wi aghyar ka na wi na de wi- Rubai: Saqiya raghe bahar bya-; Market rates; MEHRUNNISA: Rasha dilbar rasba-cent; ABDUL CHANT: Zulfe me da yar dale da alto di-neemakai NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 TOPICAL TALK Or MUSIC PUSHTU PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 ZEENAT BEGAM Maikasho muzhda keh ghanghor ghaaen seen Ruttan phirian Punjabi Gait 7.40 PURIA ON SARANGI 7.45 RAM BANBAS Talk in Hindustani by SRI RAM 8.0 "DEEPAWALI" Feature in Hindustani 8.30 KAREEM MANZAR Main kisi aur se lion shikwa-i-bedad karma Gat Bedard jane wale 8.40 ZEENAT BEGAM Main woh dil boon jo thukraya gays boon Nainan baware Coot 8.50 MOHAMMAD SIDDIQ Raba jo muddaton taj-e-lar-e-ash-e-bareea hokar Naat Mere dard-a-nihaa ka hal muhtaj-i-bayan lion ho 9-0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 9.45 LET US CONSIDER (1) Professors are more responsible for the failure of their students' than the students themselves. Discussion between students of Edwardes College and Islamia College, Peshawar 10.0 ZEENAT BEGAM our Dholak ka Cart AFGHAN -PERSIAN PROGRAMME Close down Wan is Watch PRODUCER KARDAR after Having Given "SANJOG" askanoo''" "GEET" 'BA AH R" Yon fekrishnásúdama" MARVfi1tE l 115 COMPLETE WITH 50 Ft. INSULATED 00íN LEAD & BRACKET WITH FITTINOS BRIifSN 14 MI AOeMPANY / CONWAUCNT C/NC115 fatfmmamj/( 01,0 MaUSf /CTpM/A gafu NEW DELHI. B O M B A Y. KARACHI5ABBAR Time Signal 2 Electrical Recording t Gramophone records,

72 BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/g) 8.0 "DIWALI" VASAMrI: Alta DivaIn Dfvalae all, WRIND WADAN t RANJIT ROY AND PARTY: "and Lskari DAKSHINAMOHAN TAGORE AND PARTY Preen Chhaya NEW THEATRES ORCHESTRA: dehrose Nrit ya Madhur Ga,i t Mater KRISHNARAOP Mhara Raghtndr re Bhajos NARAYANRAO VYAS: Mere to Giridhar Gopal BOMBAY PANDITRAO NAGARKAR: Chalo man Ganga Jamna teer Colaba Time Signal at 8.45 a.m NEWS IN MARATHI 9.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 9.10 TOMORROW 9.15 BHAVGEET t SUSHILA VARADRAJAN: Tanwnge lata kid kulati DIDUMATI CHAUBAL: Ye an azuni kasa p J. L. RANADE: Majhya bagent ala ga mail WATVE: Kssalen jeevan 9.30 MOGHUBAI KURDIKAR Raaj karo turn Taran Sachi kahat ada Close down TRANSMISSION II 11.0 A I R ORCHESTRA Todi Gadhei Balawal "PREM-NI-JEET" Play in Gujarati: Written by HARIBHAI THAKKAR: Produced by A I R ARTISTS Based on the revolt of the younger generation against the orthodox system 'of conventional marriages SHANKERRAO GAIKWAD Shahnai recital p.m V. M. HINDALEKAR Law nabo rajna hi maya Bkaosaet Chale thumakat bai Madhu ganadte Bumanast ala AVINASH VYAS Thodo thodo motido dejo Gujarati Gee: Haju nadan chho V1NODINI DESAI Mudit manas bala ramali Bhaogaat-Pahar: Kafi Rana vanat dhunduci ale Bha raoin NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI Sb 1.0 KUMAR GANDHARV Aj badhaye baje 1.30 ar NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (Paris) Dance of death Ek Ras Lint BRUSSELS ROYAL CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA "The Birds" (Suite for Small Orchestra) Rapigki SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ' Petrouchla" Suite Stravinsky TRANSMISSION HI 5.0 SHANKERRAO GAIKWAD Shahnai recital SENCO PRODUCTS for your CAR & RADIO THURSDAY, OCTOBER ZS 6.20 ALI BAKHSH ZAHOOR Jab se shyam sidhare Thumri-Bh wpdt:t rarapna as gaya ulfat men tarpan nahin ata Ghasal-Mausd Gaat 5.40 A I CHORUS PARTY Sharon pare ki laj aj tuns rakho Bhagwaa rem jeans mana mit jai Hari ka ream Sumar Mare 5.5 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.0 CHILDREN'S HALF-HOUR (Hindustani) Conducted by "MAMOOJAN" Mita Hawai ke sath; "Miaow": Playlet; Najma hi diary; Lo inse mito Duna 6-40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 NEWS COMMENTARY (Marathi) 6.50 STRING' MUSIC Dkaa Tiles 7.0 GARBA ETLE SHUN f In this series Mrs. SAROJ YODH will deal with -he traditional, cultural and religious background 5.45 BIBHUTI DATTA rf the Garba Koun ko dar bhayo Kkayst: Mahon Dakar Phuralo je rati hay 7.15 V. M. HINDALEKAR Ragprdhan 'iya mora man le Tslatsg 9.0 MEGHNAD Slap: has kasa Devacha Dev bai Thakda Sarong 7.30 AVINASH VYAS Vaheli vabeli avije Gujarati Gat %vi Divali avi.. r NEWS IN MARATHI 7.55 NEWS IN GUJARATI 8-5 DRUT-KHAYAL-CHANDRA- KAUNS KUMAR GANDHARV Jobaoa re Ialaiya 8.20 IN THE NEWS 8.25 MUSIC 8.30 MEN OF LETTERS James by T. S. ELLIOT B CJoyce: o k:ltalk Ckoadrokaans B8.45 RADIO RECONNAISSANCE 9.15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.30 B B C NEWS 9.45 CZECHOSLOVAK MUSIC On the twenty-fifth anniversary of the foundation of the Czechoslovak Republic A LETTER TO PRAGUE National Service Entertainment recording Close down BOMBAY metres (4,880 kc/s) 8.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY ABDUL KARIM KHAN f Be gun gun ga emir( Tod: Bawri dam de gayo Mishra Kafi Her, 8.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY THUMRI Ras ke bhare tore min 9.0 VIOLIN RECITAL Ashthai Bhairon 9.10 to AS IN BOMBAY 1 TRANSMISSION II metres (7,240 kc/s) 11.0 to 2.30 p.m. AS IN BOMBAY 1 p.m metres (6 085 kc/s) 5.0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL metres (3,365 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.45 AS IN BOMBAY KUMAR GANDHARV Eri piya bin mohe 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY VINODINI DESAI Tuna premachi danlat nyarl Ya ya mni va Mohan Prashant Chanderi nabhat 9.20 ALI BAKHSH ZAHOOR Ae raei-i-madina jape hue chain ja Ckedrakaua Bhaogat Naat Nan wale ab tujhe kion naa hai Dana isbq de a Punjabi Gad 0.40 SANTOSH t Orchestral Dhua: SIREN BOSE AND PARTY 9.45 MOGHUBAI KURDIKAR Erg aaj bhalva Bkoop Post Box No. 684, CALCUTTA. Jhanaa jhanan payal Close down All. times are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal Dakag-Nang CAL CUTTA CALCUTTA metres (780 kc/g) 7.25 SAROD: Bhairaoi t RANIKANTHA MUKHERJEE 7 30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 CLARIONET: Bhaion BANKIM DE 7.50 SONGS OF NAZRUL ISLAM Kaberi nadi jale kego balika Mor na mitite ash bhangila libels SHAILA DEVI 8.0 BANDHU GAHO GAHO $ Song of Rabindranath PANKAJ MULLICK 8 30 KARNA O KUNTI t RABINDRANATH TAGORE IITEN DAS GUPTA 9.15 NARAYANRAO VYAS Khayal: Raga Jogia Asaoari 9,30 Close down 9.m. TRANSMISSION II JAZZ SESSION t HARRY ROY BAND The booglie wooglie piggy; Mirage SRTIE SHAW ORCHESTA Serenade to a savage; Traffic jam VICTOR SILVESTER BALLROOM HESTRA Love stay in my heart; Confidence LACK.HYLTON ORCHESTRAL The daughter of; Good luck until IOE LOSS ORCHESTRA Maybe; Al' the things you are t.0 JOHN BARBIROLLI ORCHESTRA t OR- Peer 1.20 ITL IS suite Orb', e ALL YOURS t Selection from requests 1.40 MUSHARRAF HUSAIN: Vocal music 1.50 CHHABI RANI CHATTERJEE Vocal music 2.0 ANANTA DEV MUKHERJEE Vocal music 1.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 1.15 GEETIKANJALI t SA.IANI K. MATILAL: Prone lege chió ^,EETA DAS: Kunie eso murari SATAN! K. MATILAL: Sukhtara go jago :SETA DAS: Rena ghuma shore :.30 Close down 5.0 TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS PIONEER CLUB ORCHESTRA} "Bads Baba" t; Bengali comic drama: Direo- 'ion he JYOTISH MUKHER.TEE; Presented he RAN HIT ROY AND PARTY: Orchestra: PIONEER CLUB} 5.30 MANDOLA: Popular tunas 4JIT BOSS 5.40 SUDHIRLAL CHAKRAVARTI f Saivan wave pardee Tkuwri 1.50 KAMALA SEN: Rabindrasangit Ujar kare Igo he: Haoyn lase eager pale 0.0 TAPPA AUR BHAJAN 4i an ja janiarbe Sindku Pavoji may to Ramratan dhaa BIBHUTI DATTA 6.15 NAZRULGEETI Shyama bale dekechbilam Skyama,nnq t Para jannme jadi ami KaMan:ka O bandbu amar akale ghua Bhat,ali SHAILA DEVI 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.45 FOR INDUSTRIAL AREAS (Bengali) 7.0 RAY BADITE (Dinner at the Roy s): Discussion in Sengalf ABINASH BANERJEE 7.15 KARNATAK VEENA: Shudh. Kalyan A I R ARTIST 7.30 KAMALA SEN Asim dhan to achbe; Aji tomay alter dial Soap of Rabindranath 7.40 TOMORROW 7.45 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES Preachers and divtam: Talk is English by Rev. Electrical Recording NASEEM AKHT AR, mho broadcast songs Irons Lahore today. H. D. NORTHFIELD Relayed from Dacca 8.0 SHAILA DEVI Sukiye gechhe Keoyasaagis Kuhn kuhu Baspli Thawai Bulbuli nirab Adkunik 8.15 "DIWALI" Musical feature in Bengali: Written by BANI- KUMAR 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 SPORTS WORLD Review of sports in English by B. SABRADHIKARY 0.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 TOPICAL TALK Or SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Summer days Suite (s and º) Coats Fresh morning Coal., 10.0 GRAMOPHONE RECORDS CALCL TT A metres (4,840 kc/s) 7.25 to 8.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 8.15 INTERVAL metres (6,010 kc/s) 8.16 to 9.30 AS IN CALCUTTA Close down metres (7.210 kc/s) to 2.30 AS IN CALCUTTA 1 TRANSMISSION HI metres (6,010 kc/t) 5.0 to 5.30 AS IN CALCUTTA FOR ASSAMESE LISTENERS Assamese song; News review; Things abroad: Travel tº k in Mamma by Dr. HITENDRA KUMAR BARUA; Assamese song 6.0 to 0.15 INTERVAL metres (3,305 kc/s) 6.15 to 7.30 AS IN CALCUTTA NEWS REVIEW IN ORIYA 7.40 to 8.30 AS IN CALCUTTA COMMERCIAL NEWS (English and Bengali) 8.45 to 9.20 AS IN CALCUTTA I 9.20 A I R INSTRUMENTAL TRIO SUJIT NATH (Guitar) GOUR GHOSH (Clarions, ARDHENDU GHOSH (Violin) 9.30 RABINDRASANGIT 9.45 to AS IN CALCUTTA s " Close down t Gramophone records. THE INDIAN 1,AI f rut

73 8.0 KANNAN DEVI t 8.30 S. ANNAPURNA Subha ke Rag 8.40 LAL MOHAMMAD Khayal Bhairan; Thumri Bhairatsie 8.55 NASEEM AKHTAR Wafadariyan sakht nadaniyan hate Basa le apne man men preen 9.8 BHAI CHHAILA Asauar! on Sarod 9.13 S. ANNAPURNA: Bhairavin 9.20 GHAZALEN t 9.30 THUMRI AUR DADRA LAL MOHAMMAD our NASEEM AKHTAR 9.43 ALAP BILAWAL ON SARANGI AHMADI KHAN 9.50 ANNAPURNA: Gent 10.0 FILMI GANE t LAL MOHAMMAD Thumri our Geer NASEEM AKHTAR Dholak ka Gast MILE JULE NAGHME t 1.0 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 1.40 Close down 5.30 BALI BHAJAN MANDALI Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram 5.40 NASEEM AKHTAR Man ham leeno jia muskae Muddai ha! hat yar ko mehman kiye hue 5.50 LAL MOHAMMAD Khayal Puria 8.0 TEEN TAL ON TABLA p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 SUR-O-CHHANDA t Selection of gramophone records 1.40 K. L. SAIGAL t 1.50 BINODBIHARI GANGULI TáUE!!DAir, OOTOEPJII!b LAHORE Shivli jharia jay Modern song Tomare dekhite mane lay PaUigitr 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 SHREEBHAVAN Variety programme for ladies War in the kitchen: Talk in Bengali by MAMATA ADHIKARY; For you madam t; Iiieta on health and beauty 2.45 RAJMOHAN BURMAN Brajer mi rangini arye 3.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 MANJARI DATTA Tumi amay dekechhile Kato je gan rachinu 5.15 SHAHNAI t "Lakahmi-Bandana": Sketch; Shahtal 5.35 RAJMOHAN BURMAN Rani Gan: Belle rend! kopey 5.50 THREE INDIAN LOVE LYRICS t Dance orchestral pieces 8.0 "DIWALI" LUCKNOW 278 metres (1,088 kc/s) metres (1,022 kc/s) 8.5 BALI BHAJAN MANDALI Diwali al Bkajen 6.10 THUMRI AUR GEET LAL MOHAMMAD our NASEEM AKHTAR 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 FOR CHILDREN Comperes: APA SHAMEEM and BHAI JAN "Mano na Mano": Play by AMJAD HASAN Song: NUSRAT ISLAM; Titbits; Bhayya k shadi; Dholak ka Geet: Baehchon ki baten: Listeners' letters and replies 7.30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE "Diwali": Feature in Punjabi by HANS RAJ Bazar ke bhao; Punjabi men khabaren; LAI MOHAMMAD: "Nihun paye: Punjabi Geet layye na iahaq ga 8.15 HIRA BAI Thumr! our Dholak ka Geet 8.30 LAL MOHAMMAD Thaw,! Behag 8.39 NASEEM AKHTAR Tor kar ehd-i-karam naashna ho jalye Got 8.50 TOPICAL TALK Or INDIAN MUSIC t 9.45 LIES AS ALLIES Analysis of enemy propaganda by KRISHAN SHUNGLOO 10.0 "DEEPMALA" Feature in Hindustani by S. D. SHARMA Kirtaa; Bkajaa LAL MOHAMMAD Thumn Khulasa yeh hat mere dukh hhare fauna ka NASEEM AKH'FAR Woh a ke khwab men taakeen-i-iatirab to de Dholak ka Cur Clo.ce down DACCA metres (1,187 kc/s) /UM Gen Rabinelrasengit Modern song Special variety programme "Dipssvita": Frenen: Devised end produced by AIR ARTISTS 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 8.45 MANJARI DATTA Nishidin pyari 8.50 THIS IS IN THE NEWS War news femur zed: ARTISTS Produced by A I R 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME 7.30 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or ESRAJ RECITAL: A I R ARTIST 7.40 ORCHESTRA t 7.45 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES 8.0 RAMPRASADI t Devotional song HERE IS THE TRUTH Talk in English 8.25 VICHITRA Selection of gramophone records 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 8.55 NEWS COMMENTARY (Bengali) 9.0 KALPATARU t Liatenen' selections 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS Bkaja 9.45 RECITATION From Quran-i-Shard: Text and ~gamma 10.0 ISLAMIC SONG t NILAM KHATUN 10.5 BINODBIHARI GANGULI Amar gaper sure Ankhia Hari danhae SAROD t ALLAUDDIN KHAN Jamini turn! lighol hayo KRISHNACHANDRA DEY Sarod: ALLAUDDIN KHAN Modern wns Bkajan 8.0 AJ KI BAT 8.15 NEWS TN ENGLISH 8.30 MUSHTAQ HUSAIN (Rampur) Vocal mono ).0 PRAYAG PANCHKROSHI,ANKIRTAN PRACHAR SAMITI 4hajan 9.15 MUNNI BAI ')adra; Ae to men mob ko tarps ke chal (fr. Ghana! '.30 YEH AROSAN PAROSAN CHAHF Ifs KAHE t IALIKA PUKHRAJ 1.34 PRAY Ali PANCHKROSHI SANKIRTAN PRACHAR SAMITI s irtan 1.50 MUNNI BAI hula the sac keb uthi rams jabhaaai ki Ghaz, 10.0 Close down t.m. TRANSMISSION H THUMRIAN AUR GEET t 1.0 QAWWALI t 1.15 FILM MUSIC t 30 NEWS IN ENGLISH.40 Close down TRANSMISSION HI i.30 PRAYAG PANCHKROSHI SANKIRTAN PRACHAR SAMMITI h a tan 1.50 JHAPTAL ON TABLA I K.41C1 IS"t..: 02>. % s..{ ::4~\\\\\,\\ MUSHTAQ HUSAIN KHAN rpus pasand ke ng i.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.50 MUNNI BAI (Arrah) ')adra our 7.0 "DEEPMALA" composite programme in Hindustani celebrating he Diwali festival 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAR :horns: PANCH MANDALI; Hara Clara: Dive ogue between K. S. MISRA and JHAPETE; urbis: MUNNI BAI; Lakshmi: Kautta by SHUSHAN; Lahehari our Nirgun: FAQEEREY '.AL AND PARTY; Diwali: Dialogue between "HOWDHURY and PALTU; News 8.15 GHAZALIYAT tie barn -i -wale ke sae-o-saman dekhia 'Ian kabhi yun bhi ada sajda-i-tanhai ho 4UNNI BM 8.30 ZINDA CHEEN 'China carries on) (a): Cheen ki foal'' chalee (Chinese strategy): Talk in Hindustani by Y.ADUPATI SAHAI 8.45 KANAN DEVI t 8.50 TOPIC OF THE DAY Sr MUNNI BAI: Chazalen 1.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 0.45 TRAVEL PICTURES (2) Philippines: Talk by ANNE GUTHRIE 10.0 FOR THE FORCES PRAYAG PANCHKROSHI SANKIRTAN PRACHAR SAMITI Kirtan Close down FOR EVERY PURPOSE... PRINTING \ \\ WRITING \\ \\ \\\ FOUNTAIN PEN \\\ STAMPING DUPLICATING \'\ \\\ MARKING I I! = `1- gr? 11.01' BALLYGUNJ CHEMICAL WORKS BALLYGUNJCALCUTTA rebinifowe ' Ftivyt All times are given in Indias Staodar'd Tima. THi IND1/!t UST UM Time Signal _ lllectriral Iteosgdiag t Qaamoahm ~de- II

74 9A.DALHOUSIE MADRAS metres (1,420 ke/s) 7.30 SWAGATAM Sri parvatiparameswarau-bhauli-all 7.40 P. J. GOVINDAN t Manida; Manaaunilpa; Rama namame 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 M. S. SUBBULAKSHMI Ma dayai; Saragtmapalimpa t 8.30 C. S. SUBRAMANIA PILLAI (Violin) Srimahaganapati-Gaula-Tri puta Tol ijanmam una-bdahan-j pampa Ambaparadevate-R udra pnya-/hamper Kanakkaakoti vendum-kambodi-adi 9.0 Close down 1.0 C. S. SUBRAMANIA PILLAI (Violin) Parakela sartowati-natakuranj.-rupakam Aparadham ulanorva-raaati-adi Swararagasudharasa-Sa n ka ra b haranam-adi 1.40 FILM FARE t 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 CLARIONET: A I R ARTIST Ravichandrika 3.10 T. R. BALASUBRAMANIAM D u n m argach ara -R a n j a n i -R upak a m Ramanann u -H a r e k a m b h op -R upakam Innamum tamadam-detamanohari-adi 2.30 P. BHANUMATI (Flute) Nijamarmamubanu Ennganu Brovabharama MADRAS Umabharanam Pantutarat, Bahudkari 8.0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t 8.30 Close down 4.30 K. MALLIKARJUN RAO (Recital of Bhaogeat) Naooata; Oatiga; Lokamanta; Madhawa; Crake; Preyaai 5.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC t 5.30 A. VINAYAKA MUDALIAR Todudayaaeviyaa-Abhogt-R upakam Mann ilnalla-tod,-adi Neyyum polum-hemauati-rupakam Natter manadai-sama-ali 6.15 VARIETY t 6.40 COMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 JANTRA SAM:MIELANIAN 7.0 ADUTTADU AVAN MURAL (1) China: Talk in Tamil DIABETICS! ta aia/ WWI Ml /111 amaatal anlaal DIAMELIN r.lk Itl,CkUtITTk. -_/ 7.; ;Í. In(! e.rer eai a ar.r..aaa.na manna, RUM/IONS DIETING eh" DIAMELIN T1áIIEÓDATy 00T6dPJE!S 7.10 T. R. BALASUBRAMANIAM Andavane--.Shan m ukhapriya-rupakam Sri Ramaramanimanohara-Mohanam-Adi Balaaubrahmanyam-Surati-Adi 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 GRANTHA PARICHAYAMU Book review in Telugu by JALASUTRAM RUKMININATHA SASTRY 8.0 "ANURADHA" Recital of Dikshitar'a composition 8 30 LAYA CHITRAM 8.45 "DEEPAWALI" Variety programme in Tamil 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 0.45 SPEAKING OF SPORTS Review of the month's sport 10.0 A, VINAYAKA MUDALIAR ri ruvudyar-suddhasaoe n-adi Putterndayana-Pure. Kalyani-4140 Tirattandakam- Sembalai MADRAS metres (4,920 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.50 KAUN KISEEKA t Sojan same manka; Vadhriyao; Lilo beleka bat 8.0 to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (7,270 kc/s) 1.0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS I :.0 CLARIONET: A I R ARTIST: eanaranjani :.5 NEWS IN TELUGU L.10 to 8.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (8,150 kc/a) 4.30 to 6.0 AS IN MADRAS GANALAHARI rim lessons in music 6.15 LOKAVARTA.News -talk in Malayalam 6.22 KALACHAKRA News -talk in Kannada 6.30 to 7.0 AS IN MADRAS T. R. BALASUBRAMANIAM f atvameruga-garudadhwani-adi.mohanamurali-piles 7.10 FOR THE VILLAGES (Telugu) 'Narakasura Vadya': Pla 7.25 NEWS IN ITLUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) Deepawali: Its significance; Market rates 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 kc/s) 9.30 FOR THE HIGH -BROW t T. RAMANUJA IYENGAR: Kamalambam bhajre D. K. PATTAMMAL: Manuagurognhwpam; Sri Venagopala 0.45 to AS IN MADRAS 1 [0.30 Close down,:!; N A N c'co.,ltd. II ' Wig l'og RADIO. We stock Al type AC/DC e Battery Radia Mallard, American B English valve. Condensen: Resistances: Loudspeakers: Head. phones: Crlstals: Table lar: Electric Shaven and other Radio oweponents. SQ. EAST.CALCUTT.N 7.15 PERAMBALUR N. ANGAPPA PILLAI (Nagaawaram) Ragan: Bhupalam Pallaoi: Ragarstalika 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 VEENA AND VOCAL Mahishasura Brhaspate 8.30 PERAMBALUR N. ANGAPPA PILLAI (Nagaswaram) Vatapi ganapatim TRICHY 898 metres (758 kc/s) Nato -pm Mona Hamsadhrwani Sri Balasubramania (Mahar? Kanjadalayatakshi damalamaaohan 9.0 Close down 1.0 KADAMBAM CHEMBAI VAIDYANATHA BHAGAVATAR: Sri Maha Ganapati Gaula MUSIRI SUBRAMANIA IYER: Nirajakshi Kamakshi Hindolarn ARIYAKKUDI RAMANUJA IYENGAR: Kamalambam bhajare Kalyani M. S. MOHANAMBAL: Sri Subramanyaya Kambodi RAJAM PUSHPAVANAM: Akahayalinga vibho Sankarabharanam D. K. PATTAMMAL: Sri Venugopala Kuraaja 1.40 N. SWAMINATHA IYER (Flute) farunam idu Gaalipantu Enna punniyam Useni Jagadiawari Mohanam 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST Vanilai: Atmospheric disturbances: Talk in Tamil; Music f; Pattirikai chorkal: Permanent.ettlement: Talk in Tamil. P. S. NATA - RAJAN, who broadcast, vocal music from Tricky today. 5.0 N. SWAMINATHA IYER (Flute) Pattilurugila i -Si mhendramadhyamam-chaps Bbaktiyal-Sahana-Adi Kalai mew-bhupalam-jhampa Sivartar manam-ragamalika-jhamp Iyal iaai-madhyamaoati-adi 5.45 LEARN TO SING 6.0 P. S. NATARAJAN Taye yasoda Todl Tarunm tarunam Suddhasaoeri Padamalar Tdaag 6.40 FOR THE VILLAGES "Uyirtiruve"; Water in the feeding of animals; "Aduvome polluppaduvome": Palluppattul Kettava Sangati; Palni Vijayalakshmi t 7.15 BACKGROUND TO THE NEWS Talk in Tamil by Khan Bahadur P. SHARFUD- DIN 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 "TIVILIKKU TIVILI" A radio revue at Tamil; Compere; "CHTITI" 8.45 P. 5. NATARAJAN Paramo pavana Ran jani Vinatasuta vahlana Jeyantaaena Kavimani Sumanuaranjani Koividamattan Valaji 9.45 REHEARSAL FOR PEACE (1) World currency: Talk in English by C. W. B. ZACHARIAS 10.0 MUSIC FROM RUSSIA t P T. KIRPICHEK and P S BELLINIK with Choir and Orchestra Cossack songs: From border to border V. P. ZAKHAROV (Barimaea Death to the enemies T44arma REIZEN (Bass) My fatherland Dunayevsky (At the call of Lenin: March S. A. Chernetaky PEOPLE'S COMMISSARIAT BAND ANTI -NAZI MARCH BENIAMINO GICLI (Tenor) Chanson Indoue (A song of India; Sodko Rirnaky Korsakoo PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Danse orientale Glotoneo. March of the Caucasian chief 1ppotitotr ltaanoo ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SERVICE 3110 metres (9660 kc/s) 8.0 SANKARI MAItALINGAM (Veena and Vocal) I Sarojadala Vallikanavan 8.30 TOPICAL TALK ((Tamil) 8.40 SARADA GANESAN Veena and Vocal Recital of Dikshi:har's compositions 0.0 ANNAPURNA RAJARAM Thapplanniya Manasunilpa Chidamban n Kommaro Bondi Abhog, Kalyani Khania 9.30 Close down p.m. TRiANSMISSION II metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 INSTRUMENTAL VARIETY t VIOLIN Manavyala Ramako VEENA Sivadeekaha Oparamatma CLARIONET Villinayaka Vinoyakuni Sankharabharanam Kitskanni 2.30 A. SAVITHRI Ninunera Athuranam Parathpara 3.0 Close down Pantnvarafi Bhairaoi Vac haspati Madhyasurati metres (6,190 kc/s) 8.30 MADURA MANI IYER I Mahan Malayamarutham Malsanas. Hanuareandi Intakansa Manesa Eapalli Needumahima 9.0 A I R ORCHESTRA Telisirama Vinata Ramabakti 9.15 UDIPI LAKSHMI BAI t Ambavani; Sarasavani; Jayaleela 9.25 "DEEPAWALI" Feature programme in Tamil 9.40 SYMPHONIC POEMS t CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Moldan-Valtava-From forests Natiaskanti Kap: Purnachandrike Jayandaaena Sudhabangda Bohemia's Meadow. and Dvorak NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Francesca da Rimini Opus gs Fecha.kotaky PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Karenji /htteaagasdkari L'Apprenti Sorties SMmakkapriya &11 almas ere glees is Iadiaa $tasdard Tima, Mau Alma t llf.dllb[hocurium Drkas

75 DELHI metres (886 kc/s) a.m. TRANSMISSION JAMNA KE TIR. ABDUL KARIM KHAN t t15 NEWS IN ENGLISH DELHI 8.30 RECITATION thom Qaraa-i-Shan] Text and tramlation by Qari MOHAMMAD VUSUF 3.45 NAAT-I-RASUL: Recitation 8.50 SALAAM: A I R ARTISTS 8.55 NAATEN t AFZAL HUSAIN: 8.10 IQBAL BANO Rang-i-numud bharditt jalva-i-dt7 nawaa ass Ruth Sae kyon God 9.20 G. A. KHAN Data koheko jhuti Doke 9.25 BISMILLAH AND PARTY Shahnai recital 8.45 NAB! JAN; Thumri As, huen-i-yar lei baten karen 10.0 NEWS IN ENGLISH t0.7 IQBAL BANO awed our Gott G. A. KHAN slham apna batan karke ham ocho khafa karts Ah-idil-i-ushahaq nava sox cabin hai 4i.m. TRANSMISSION II 12.0 KHAYAL, THUMRIAN AUR GHAZALEN t t2.55 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI l.0 "OUT OF THE BOX" t The latest gramophone records Greenwich Time Signal at 1.30 p.m NEWS IN ENGLISH (.40 VARIETY t featuring GEORGE FORMBY, HUTCH and DINAH SHORE 7.0 Close down a.0 BISMILLAH AND PARTY Shahnai recital 6.20 IQBAI, RANO Din lot gaya firaq ka lo rat mall Oukh umar de palle Dhofak ka Gad 5.30 NABI JAN calma chunri ea layo Dadra Nagah-i-wafa ka rang mitayo na fame 5.40 VATSALA KUMTEKAR t 8.50 G. A. KHAN 'lagi bhi hai chaman bhi hai thandi ham bid hale Chau pi ke nager Naatta (Joist 8.0 IQBAL BANO Sagadar-eshauq kabhi seal-hd kar as take nhofak bet Goat 410 BISMILLAH AND PARTY Shahnai recital 3 30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 140 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI.4.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8.55 NABI TAN: Dadra 1.0 G. A. KHAN fin milao ham jaen Ab ko chahir ik umr agar hone tak 1.15 MILE JULE GANE t 1 3 GODRI KE LAL (3) Armatulla Khan: Talk in Hindustani "HAND AKHTAR rasatri by HARI 1.45 FOR VILLAGERS Al.., he bhao; Qaruwali t; Kbaboroa; IQBAI. SANO: Gees; Axle hafte he programme; Shabuai; Same SISMILLAH AND PARTY: «son le khat our unite jawab 8.30 SOVIET ART (2) Mass education: Talk by Captain PAM AHMAD "FATE" 3D times are given in Indian Standard Time. "KR INDIAN LISTRNRR 8.45 JANGNAMA 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 1OHAMMAD NA. LIR, who broadrasts Naat from Peshawar KHAYAL AUR THUMRIAN IQBAL GANO Jia jagah yam ka nagah-i-kaf-i-pa hot* hai; God NABI JAN Sarur-i-kaif le naghme tuna raba hun maim Ham ishq he moron ka itna hi ;arana hai G. A. KHAN Kehne deti nahin kuchh munh se mohabbat teri BISMILLAH AND PARTY Shahnai recital G. A. KHAN Yeh bosh kahan dil boo baitbe kuchh puchhe koi kuchh kahte balo Akhgarki torah ae the jalee le lie ham IQBAL BANO: Dholak ka Goat 11.0 Close down DELHI 2 a m. TRANSMISSION I metres (4,980 lee/s) 8.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 kc/a) 9.25 to AS IN DELHI 1 p.m. TRANSMISSION metres (7,290 Ws) 12.0 to 2.0 AS IN DELHI Close down TRANSMISSION m metres (R1Á0 1m/s) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3.495 lee/a) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI NABI JAN Parda jo dui ka uth jam phir do na aches, abase do Dam harif-i-aawal-i-sham no hau 7.55 G. A. KHAN AND IQBAL BANO. Duets 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI BISMILLAH AND PARTY Shahnai recital 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed front the B B C 10.0 PAUL STRAUSS ORCHESTRA Programme of light musie DANCE MUSIC PAUL STRAUSS ORCHESTRA 11.0 Close down DELHI 3 &r 4 SEE PAGE 12 Time Signal!8 PESIIAWAli 8.0 ORCHESTRA t metres (629 tc/a) 8.30 ZOHRA BAI (Qasoor) Achha hai pas gar koi ghamkbwar bhi whin Multaai kafi 8.40 KHADIM HUSAIN: Thumri Pi pi kehke rulae ja Goal 8.55 KHAYAL AUR GEET t 9.5 ABDUR RAHMAN: Nant Shah maikadah cito raftam deedam ajab babare 9.15 FOLK TUNE ON FLUTE 9.20 ZOHRA BAI Bhor bhaee ajao Gus Lagta nahin labia dil-i-ehaida tere baghair 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 9.45 Close down PREET KE GEET t 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pusl.tu) Recitation from Quraa-i-Sharij: Qari AL1 TAJAMMAL; Salaam: A I R ARTISTS; MUZZAFAR KHAN: Ka me sabot' ke sa wafa we-tappe: Da khpala Ian me sea dar kro be putsana yara-lobha; DILBAR JAN: Zama da zra na wine sari-tappe: Pa to raghale da rwanae nave dauran de-lobha 1.29 TOMORROW'S PROGRAMME SUMMARY 1.40 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) Da khattako bada: PESHAWAR RADIO OR- CHESTRA; MUZZAFAR KHAN: Badahahano ka gaarana kral abad-rubai; Gul gil de yar =ma -; DILBAR JAN: Za mram boda me hal de khabar me wakhla ta -; Dilbar na akhli khabar rams -; Da dulya lands bande: Talk reviewing current war events; MUZZAFAR KHAN: Makh zama da yar khalga gulab de -(Get; DILBAR JAN: Sta da gbam me pa zargi bande baton de-charbaita 2.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 5.0 ZOHRA BAI: Naat Niahana-i-dram-i-behitab rehoe de Ghasal Punjabi Geist 5.15 MULTANI ON SARANGI 5.20 KHADIM HUSAIN: Thumri Kaun omega man Ii kahan; Goat 530 FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtu) Da Tappe la non di; MUZZAFAR KHAN: Natkai de tara jalee ye shin de-tappe; DILBAR JAN: Pa tasawar me carnal khurin rho-tappe, GUL RAHIM: Zama ilam nasib night*-tappe, Pa pukbto rara ahairi In): Nsemakai and Lobha; Talk by Khan MOHAMMAD ASLAM KHAN (Mardan); SABZ ALI t: Hes phe na ºhwam pa ran -Gees; MUZZAFAR KHAN: Za aahiq yarn janan as da didan-rubai; Khawanda ea ba mar sham pa arman da Madiae-Ghaaal, DILBAR JAN: Rajaigi zyar guluna pa dasht-i. Karbala-Neemakai: Sta gham krama diwana loa rash* ae dlbar-getz; Sarinda: GULMEER Local announcements; Next week's programen t Electrical Recording Zaeaas atonal summary; MUZZAPAR KHAN: sta pa gam le kale kor de-lobm 6.45 TOPICAL TALK Or ABDUR RAHMAN: Nett our Ghaaal 6.55 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 ZOHRA BAI Kaisa falak hai kaiti amain hai Maltaai Ka/i 7.40 PAKHAWAJ RECITAL BHAI SANTOO 7.45 BE BUNYAD JHAGRE (3) Gaon ke jhagre: Talk in Hindustani 18.0 KHADIM HUSAIN: Dadra Balam matware Gaaaam. Dars Chashm-i-basin men bid Eta tukh-l4uug.r tin hai Ghpak Dil tern iahq men naahad bhi hai shad bid Mk 8.15 BIRHA KE GEET t 8.25 ABDUR RAHMAN Nast our 8.35 ZOHRA BAI Dil mahiya-i-be-ab hai ntadmta ~Ids Mar Dholak ka Geer 8.45 JANGNAMA 0.0 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed from the B B ZOHRA BAI Apni paaand le gone AFGHAN -PERSIAN PROGRAMME Close down, H. J. Poseen & Co., Ltd. P. O. 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76 BOMBAY metres (1,231 kc/s)' s.m. 2'1tANSMIáSION I 6.0 KHAYAL BASANT t,phagwa Brij des:esa L15 NEWS IN ENGLISH L30 PREET KE GEET t T. D. BATISH cur RAJKUM.ARI: Sajan dekho prem duar ilthika ROY our KAMAL DASGUPTA: Ai pram diwani BOMBAY 10HRA JAN: Bhanwre ter- preet airali -. L. BHATNAGAR: Premi preet m'bhana kathin hai 4.50 NEWS IN MARATHI Colaba Time Signal at 8.45 am,.o NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.10 SOMORROW 0.15 GUJARATI SANGIT t VATSALA KUMTHEKAR: Mathun ea was- Bhajea 4ANU CHOKSHY AND PARTY: Ramta rase Radhaji Chorus IAJKUMARI: Antara as bag man ek phul Gut LEELAVATI GARBA PARTY: Kbara 0.30 GANGUBAI HANGAL Iainya main to Gerd-4areag :Parana clan ka bleed na payo 1.1$ Close down TRANSMISSION D 11.0 A I R ORCHESTRA.Light music "VIKRAMADFTYA" l(arathi feature written by D. V KALE: Pro - laced and performed by A I R ARTISTS tomorrow starts the smooth year of the Vikrsm 4amvat which is named after the valiant king 1ikram 1.45 HIRALAL NAKSHIGARA Saaji le Ram chant (age pauaso tvati impon r e 12.0 MOHAMMAD KHAN 4itar recital p.m. be Gujarati BAejan SHAHNAI RECITAL f -Mamas dhun: SHANKERRAO GAIKWAD R. D. KHADILKAR AND PARTY Maratha Powad. Merathi Goat N0tan varaba Nato vajavu re bantam krpen karu raj kaar NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI LO SUSHEELA TEMBE dhor kahin milan Mrkatwa thato [.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH L40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t FRANCISCO CASANOVA ORCHESTRA?opalar dance music 0.EO Close down TRANSMISSION m Jun~ 4.0 HIRALAL NAKSHIGARA do jo aura ja gkasbn tiahi re visaru Hari Gujarati Bhajaon hot jbaae jagmay deepat Gus 6.25 KANNADA SONGS Kaneko badavano Peirnadarls Tanu van- role ºadd; 5.35 MOHAMMAD KHAN litar recite, 5.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS LO CHILDREN'S HALF-HOUR (English) Jonducted by AUNTY BETTY Piano pule by FRANCIS: (6 popular melodies --guess the names and win a boot prise, 'Over the garden wall": Humorous dialogue; (longs by ENA, EMMA and MICHAEL; What I music? Schubert's serenade; ENA; Mandolin solos by SHEROO: Radio Chums' Newagram NEWS IN ENGLISH 2.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 INSTRUMENTAL TRIO d kim botari '.0 HE TUMHAS MAHIT ARE KAY? 'You may not have known fnl Marathvarhe a.e,. 02. Mfaraths Navy) : Talk in Manthi by K N, HI 1AAGIJAR1 t FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29 '1.10 SAWAI GANDHARV: Piya gunwanta Pena NISSAR HUSAIN: Kaliyan Lang karat Baba INDIRA WADKAR: Su jane ji jape Sheskare AZAM BAI: Tomase Purbt 7.30 THUMRI AUR GEET Sanchi kaho move bat,yan Thamri-Khamaj Geet no ga tun geet Gist 7.45 NEWS IN MARATHI 7.55 NEWS IN GUJARATI 8.5 EKNATH HATISKAR AND PARTY Aaj toaiyacha divas Abhang Peg ghungaru baadh kar nachua 11OANTA APTE: Bajaun aisdin pre maitar ASIT BARAN: Preet ki chhaya preen tans ho 8.20 IN THE NEWS 8.25 MUSIC 8.30 INDIAN AIR FORCE TRAINING CORPS Talk in English by PRANK MORAES 8.45 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES The age of Industry -Germany: Talk in English by Prof. C. N. VAKIL 0.15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed from the B B C 10.0 LKNATH HATISKAR AND PARTY Sakhi Shyam wadar Radhe Mukund kadevari gbel GANGUBAI HANGAL Bajo ri mori Bohag Ali ri albeli r "DEEPAWALI" Composite programme in Hindustani comprising poems, songs and sketches on Diwall GUJARATI GARBA t SUSHEELA TEMBE Aisi na maro pichakari Chan oils "DIWALI AYI" $ Musical composition by A I R ORCHESTRA with vocal refrain MALKAUS ON SHAHNAI t BISMILLAH AND PARTY 12.0 Close down BOMBAY metres (4,880 kc/s) 8.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY BAL GANDHARV t Dhanwat yei wthya Satya wade wachanala Ha kevi abola 8.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY GUJARATI SONGS 9.5 VILAYAT HUSAIN t Eri birhar bigaran Amami 9.10 to AS IN BOMBAY 1 TRANSMISSION metres (7,240 kc/s) 11.0 to 2.30 p.m. AS IN BOMBAY p.m. TRANSMISSION ID metres (6,085 kc/s) 5.0 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL metres (3,365 kc/s) 7.30 to '7.45 AS IN BOMBAY MOHAMMAD KHAN Sitar recite. 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY I 9.0 A I R ORCHESTRA Darbari-Kawada 9.15 SHAMSHAD BEGAM Ek baar phir kahe tan Wob hi us din wala sapere 9.30 HORI DHAMMAR Kahan dari thus 9.45 to 10.0 AS IN BOMBAY CHAMBER MUSIC The BOMBAY CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY'S {gist concert Piano Trio in G Maier oaths Sonata for Violin and Piano In B Bat Major Masan to 12.0 AS IN BOMBAY Clone down 1 8hajan Gauban Thrmri Bkavyeet all :tima -are given in Indian Standard Time. Time Signal 74 Pal r 1 CALCUTTA CALCUTTA metres (780 kc/s) 7.25 CLARION CALL t SHANKERRAO GAIKWAD (Shahnai) 7.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 7.40 TARApADA CHAKRAVARTY Bhor bhayi pyare Khayal: Kamkabi Baju band khul khul jay 8.0 BENGALI KHAYAL AND THUMRI Bedauar satadale Thumri: Bhairavi Jarapuri áa(1-bkeiravi Bhala mora man ANIMA MUKHERJEE 8.30 SURANIRJHAR t MOHAMMAD ALI BUX: Arju yaba hat FEROZA BEGAM: Marur buke jibes MOHAMMAD ALI BUX: Marinas sae hat FEROZA BEGAM: Nabiji eso go 8.45 READINGS From Quean-i-Shari( 9.0 HEMANTA MUKHERJEE Aji carat tapane Rabiadrasaagit Kar bamhi nishi bhoee r O preet nibhane wale Gast 9.15 SARANGI: Bhairavf ALI BAKHSH Tabla accompaniment by KERAMATULLAH KHAN 9.30 Close down BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 4 in B Flat Major Opus go, B B C SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTURO TOSCANINI 1.5 LONDON PALLADIUMt ORCHESTRA The fool- h things Neal Gay Therm 1.20e IT IS ALL YOURS t Selection from requests 1.40 MAHILA MAHAL Conducted by REKHA DEVI "Tomare Diyechhinu:" Sketch written ant produced by REKHA DEVI 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 'MANILA MAHAL (Contd.) The kitchen front: Shilpa kalat Iilats on handicraft; Musical momenta t Thorn who took part it a War Anniversary 5.0* TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS GALPADADUR ASAR Programme for children In Bengali Conducted by N. K. CHATTERJI 5.30 GEETALI t DEBIRANI SINGHA: Din jay nirasay JIBAN BANERJEE: Dile more jata DEBIRANI SINGHA: Bandhu amar CHHABIRANI CHATTERJEE: Cheye thak! batayane ANUPAM GHATAK: Nayan majhe CHABIR.ANI CHATTERJEE: Pratham makal 6.0 HEMANTA MUKHERJEE 6.45 AOCHAR AND KHAYAL: Sugh-re Adhak bujhatoya karahu TARAPADA CHAKRAVARTY 7.0 "PRANANTIKA" Drama in Bengali: Produced by B. K. BRarse- Presented by A I R ARTIST'S 8.0 GOTTUVADYAM Map and Gat A I R ARTIST 8.15 TARAPADA CHAKRAVARTI Alíri mere aye kant Kha5ai: J,w+ He Govinda rakha amaran 8.30 RABINDRAGEET t MAI.ATI DEBI: Hriday banana puma MADHURI CHOWDHURY: Din jadi nee. SANTOSH SENGUPTA: Baki kichhu' RABINDRA M BOSE: Kholo khola 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 BOOK REVIEW: (English) L. C. AUDY 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENT.* 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed from London 10.0 MOLLY WEBB (Soprano) Bird of love divine Haydn re It'. only a tiny garden A brown bird singing Roams of Picardy CHRIS CALIS THE TUNE CHRIS GREENE at the Piano CALCUTTA 2 a.m. TRANSMISSION metres (4,840 kc/s) 7.25 to 8.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 8.15 INTERVAL metres (6,010'kc/s) 8.15 to 9.30 AS IN CALCUTTA 9.30 Close down metres (7,210 kc/s) to 2.30 AS IN CALCUTTA TRANSMISSION LB metres (6,010 kc/s) 5.0 to 5.45 AS IN CALCUTTA 1 feature broadcast from Dacca FOR NEPALI LISTENERS Nepali music t; News review in Nepali; Moms music 6.0 to 6.15 INTERVAL metres (3,305 kc/s) 6.15 to 8 30 AS IN CALCUTTA COMMERCIAL NEWS (English and Bengali) 8.45 to 9.20 AS IN CALCUTTA SAROD: Hamir A I R ARTIST Gan 9.30 RABINDRASANGIT Ora akarane chanchal; Ebar for man runs. Adana Mane ki dwidha rekha Beldadessangil Anek kasha jaoje bale Kunrhit abagunthita Adhrnik HEMANTA MUKHERJEE Kitna dukh bhulaya Gist 9.45 to 10.0 AS IN CALCUTTA I 6.15 ANIMA MUKHERJEE Mor bedanar majhe Bengali Khapel: Fhankara 10.0 SITAR Mozart Tuna bina mere Bkajoa Map and Gat: Redone A I R ARTIST HUMOROUS SONGS t 6.40 BRUSH UP YOUR A.R.P. ABDUL AZIZ KHAN AND PARTY Talk in English by SETH DRUCQUER j Electrical R t Gramophone record THE INDIAN' 8 STEN111

77 r 4.m. TRANSMISSION I 4.0 MOHAMMAD RAFT lubba dam darwaza khawar khula 4.5 NEWS IN HiNDUSTANI '1.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.30 JAMEELA BAI (Cawnpore) Thumri aur 8.45 BRIJ BHUSHAN JOSHI Karam gati tare aahin sari Bhajas; Gut 8.55 MOHAMMAD RAFI (ad ab be khabar nano' ata A.0 JAUNPURI.'HHOTE KHAN: Sarangi CUFAIL FAROOQI: Khayel VBambit aur Drut 9.20 JAMILA B51: Dadra aur 4.32 FILMI GANE t 0.40 MOHAMMAD RAFT 10.0 Close down AP KI PASAND t NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 1.0 KHAYAL SE GEET TAK t I.40 Close down TRANSMISSION ID 4.80 SHAMSHAD BEGAM (Lahore).Ia rawa kehiye nasazs kehye Gas 6.40 TUFAIL FAROOQI -Khay.! Mary 4.50 JAMEELA BAI Thumri aur 4.5 FAIZ FAREED: Sarod LAIIOItE 276 metres (1,086 kc/s) FRIDAY, OCTOBER SHAMSHAD BEGAM Sitam ho jae tamhe. i-i-karam aiea bhi hots hai Goes 6.20 BRIJ BHUSHAN JOSHI Janam :ero baton men beet gaya Bhsjan 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.45 JAMEELA BAI Tht mrn aur 7.0 ASGHAR ALI: Violin 7.5 GEET AUR GHAZAL BRIJ BHUSHAN JOSHI our SHAMSHAD BEGAM 7.15 GHAR AUR GHARANE Gharane ki bunyad: Task in Hindustani by Khwaja ABDUL HAMID 7.30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE PIYARE LAL SUD: Dehati boliyan; MOHD. RAFT: Punjabi Geet; "Kbaton ke jawab": Talk tmera jo bol ho so ho barq-i-narar girae ja najni ab na Kamen tarpao Gee: in 9.50 BRIJ BHUSHAN JOSHI: Thvenri Punjabi; SHAMSHAD BEGAM: Dholak ka `sun yatan binati karie Dhajsa Geet; PIYARE LAL SUD: Folk song; Bazar ke bhao; Punjabi men khabaren; Wardi pa I i we teriyan door balain 8.15 JAMEELA BM Dadra our p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0* MODERN SONGS sae bhiru Sabita Tumi amay bhulbe 4ANTIRANJAN BANERJEE FROM THE. FILMS t "Bandhan," "Samadhan," "Aleya," mad 'Bandi" 1.40 INDIAN INSTRUMENTS t O. M. TAGORE (Taritbin) 8ISMILLAH AND PARTY (Shahnai) OIRENDRANARAYAN (Sur Sringar) 1.50 LILY GHOSH Ktajani gandha mor (iban 'Igo ogo phuler bane 4.0 NEWS AND VIEWS ')r GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 1.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 1.15 JITENDRAMOHAN SEN hiamae karake Cunja kanane beau 8.28 BRIJ BHUSHAN JOSHI Madhukar Shyam hammy. chor 8.33 SHAMSHAD BEGAM Muhabbas ki Minya men mashhur kar Dholak ka Geet 8.45 JANGNAMA 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed from the B B C 10.0 FORCE'S PROGRAMME For the forces: By the force DANCE MUSIC t Close down DACCA metres (1,167 ke/s) Modera Bong Thamri Ra`pradhan 1.30 PREM SANGIT t IPARUL KAR SEN; PANKAJ MULIICK 4.45 WALIULLAH KHAN Sitar recital: Sarfarda 1.0 Close down TRANSMISSION D 1.0 MODERN SONGS 0.0 KAI.PATARU t Listeners' selections Hhola pathik cuui 9.15 LOCAL. ANNOUNCEMENTS $ei bijae bane Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 'tekha BOSE 3.15 SANTIRANJAN BANERJEE Runu jhunu nupur Ras prod han 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Bari Ham Rhaian Talk relayed from the B B C '5.30 SUDHIRLAL CHAKRABARTI t 10.0 JITENDRAMOHAN SEN -lukhno pats jhare jay Mudari mori Handhya malati bane Khuyaf GEETA ACHARYYA CHAUDHURI GEETA MITRA t Pasha khelara sathi Chhi'o chand meghera pu Tumi je andhar 5.45 SITAR RECITAL: Gam DHIRENDRACHANDRA MITRA «ALIULLAH KHAN Purnima shrabani 1.0 AKHTARI BAI t Abar namilo naba )iwana banana Close down All times are given in Indian Standard Time. THE INDIAN LISTENER ds 6.5 KANANME GOURI: JITENDRAMOHAN SEN 6.10 RAGVICHAR Discourse on Indian music with Blurtratioa: B. C. CHAKRABARTI 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6.45 LILY GHOSH Tumi chhile tai Ragpra ikon Dunia ek shunehara Bitajam 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME Relayed from De'hi 7.30 CUK RENT COMMENTS Review of the war situation in English 7.45 WALIULLAH KHAN Sitar recital: Tilak Kamod 7.55 THOUGHTS IN VERSES 8.0 LILY GHOSH Bhanglo matte mela l.ia kishore Rabindr 8.15 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or SITAR RECITAL: A I R ARTIST 8.25 VICHITRA Selection of gramophone records 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI agio ataos Adana Time Signal AJ KI BAT LCKNOW metres (1,022 kc/s) 8.30 MAHADEO PRASAD Ae joban re Khayal Ahiri Todi Gagari bharan jin jan Thwart 8.50 S. M. PINGLE : 9.0 AZAM BAI (Kolhapur) Vocal music 9.30 GHAZALEN AUR GEET t 9.45 THUMRI AIJR BHAJAN MAHADEO PRASAD: Thumri S. M. PINGLE: Bhajas 10.0 Close down y"m. TRANSMISSION II MIXED 51L-LUUIES t 1.0 VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC t 1.40 Close down 5.30 MAHADEO PRASAD Kajra re 5.50 YUSUF ALI KHAN Map and Gar Sh yam Kalyaa os Sitar 6.0 AZAM BAI Vocal music 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS w COYi tit?t110 ADDS TO THE HAPPINESS OF LIFE Ask for 'B'rsaralaf Megaaaia. Deal awepf wóemtakaa Pat4ap j Electrical Recording --e 6.50 HAMTARAH GHAZALEN MAQBOOL HUSAIN WARS!: Ks Akan rahta hai Allah ka deewana GAUHAR SULTAN: Sagi ki Haar ea saw nairangi-i-maikhaaa D. C. DUTT: Santa hai jalma ksl Ora M tattepisan. Geet na Ira tun geet 7.10 THUMRI YUSUF ALI KHAN: Pila on Sita MAHADEO PRASAD: Khsmmsj flan 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAII f; In se mil" s: Gram Scout: Dialog.. between HARISH LHANDRA and JHAPETB, atar Gees: PUSHPA MATHUR; Dent bidesh ki baten: Sitar par Dhus: YUSUF ALE' KHAN: Kewat ki bat; Kasha by News 3HUSMMIr 8.15 GEET AUR GHAZALEN t 8.30 JANG KI RAFTAR Weekly war review is Hinduatasi W N. A MENTA 8.45 JANGNAMA 9.0 NENS IN HINDUSTANI 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed from the B B C 10.0 AZAM BAI Vocal music MAHADEO PRASAD Rya jape preet ki reet YUSUF ALI KHAN Tdak Ka mod on Sitar Close down rarsw. Tea can only enjoy year wreak W your digestive system func. Lions in a normal manner. II you are Troubled with %Sul once, distress after steak heartburn, gastritis and other disorders, there is no+hing better than 'Bisurated Magnesia to relieve you of these die bussing ailments. 'Bisurated' Magnesia hes become famous all over the world during the last 25 years as an unfainfs. remedy. for digestive disorder. t Gramophone Tee

78 MADRAS MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) s.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.30 SWAGATAM danndhaa-vataji-rupakaw 1.40 SHANTA APTE t. Canna sindho; Entuyar; Apnaghar 1.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 143 S. G. KITTAPPA t teriyorirtskum; Thillai male; Ammaravamma 9.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.30 L. DORAISWAMI REDDI taramayintidaka-asoveri-ali Cbittamirtmgavilaya-Sri ran jani-adi llkaaannu-bhairaai-adi 9.0 Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION Il L0 FOR WOMEN (Telugu) Veeravanitalu (6): "Nayakuralu": Play; Me rlatlo (s): Magavaru: Talk; News and fashioe Lao NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 FILM FARE t ' KHAMOSHI": Jana jam nodiya; Manko kale "CHITRALEKHA": Ruthave "CAPTAIN KIRTI KUMAR": Kayim chab gage *CIRCUS QUEEN": Aa eajan more CHANDIDAS": Pram oagarme 8.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.5 DILRUBA: A I R ARTIST 1.10 L. DORAISWAMI REDDI Varanarada- V i ja yasri-adi gtni jesitenemi-todi-chapu 6tanaisonnalum- Saveri-Adi 8.30 FOR HIGH SCHOOLS students' Corner; History of European music. Beethoven: Talk illustrated with musical excerpt. 8.0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t 'MEERA BAT": Cnandana ma adeva; Girl seem `PARVATI PARINAYAM": Edesaka ugara; «3owri kalyanam "DE% ADAS": Madani mikanayil; Koodiye paduvom "JAYAKODP': Taniye; Ithuvekariyan 9.30 Close down EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST FOR CHILDREN (Telugu) Do you knowt Music; In the plant world: Die. penal: Talk; Music; "The true disciple": Pay s.o TEA -TIME MUSIC t -Selections of dance music played by the world's laremost dance bands 1.30 MULUGU SIVANANDA SASTRI: Veena 1.15 VARIETY t 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 COIMMERCIAL NEWS 6.45 JANTRA SAMMELANAM 1.0 S. C. GOMATI :Mat* tunaipurivai-kanada-adi l6ailattiluyaruda-kheraharapnya-rapaleaas Nuruganukkoridan-Kalyani-Adi vnedisomar-8ehag-adi FRIDAY, OCTOBER NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 NOOL MADIPPURAI Review in Tamil of the la.est publications by N. VARADARAJAN 8.0 MULUGU SIVANANDA SASTRI 8.30 TOPICAL ITEM Or MUSIC 8.45 SUNDARI TAMPI 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Valk relayed from the B B C 10.0 S. C. GOMATI H anademaravade-hr mavati-rapak K adaikkanparvsi-khdmas-adi Paraviakattenai-Kapi-Adi MADRAS 2 t.m. TRANSMISSION metres (4,920 kc/s) 1.30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS 1 `.40 NEWS IN TELUGU.50 CHOPPALLI SURYANARAYANA to 9.0 AS IN MADRAS 1 '.0 Close down m. TRANSMISSION U metres (7,270 kc/s) 1.0 to 20 AS IN MADRAS 1 :.0 DILRUBA: A I R ARTIST s.5 NEWS IN TELUGU t.10 to 8.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (6,150 kc/s) 1.30 to 6.15 AS IN MADRAS I"%. 813 I.OKAVARTA News-ta'k in Malayalam 8.22 KALACHAKRA News -talk in Kannada 6.30 to 7.0 AS IN MADRAS YUDDHA VIMARISAM News commentary in Telugu 7.10 FOR THE VILLAGES Invocation; Dhaniyala pants: Talk; ~doma lela: Feature 7.25 NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES (Telugu) On items of topical and general interest; Market ratee 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 AS IN MADRAS metres (4,920 kc/s) 9.30 INSTRUMENTAL VARIETY t NADASWARAM: Kambhoji Atapana; Pd/aes Ragamatika FLUTE: Giripainela CLARIONET: Va linayaka GOTTUVADYAM: Marulun koi aada 10.0 to AS IN MADRAS 1 re1.,o!at4 IS TN ji:?; 1ix CF nil) s /, NT to I'D HOUSEHOLD MOTORCAR i INDUSIA TRL Uf! wanes. es u..u. ssavi...s LEADING ARTISTS' COLOURMAN I DNARU MTOLA CALCUTTA St : All times arr given in Indian Standard Time. ii -- PRONE (AL 2380 GRAM 01(ILAIir TRI(:HY 396 metres (758 kc/s) MULUGU SIVA-.' ANDA SASTRI, mho broadcasts music from Madras today MUSICAL PRELUDE Kumara guru 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 7'RICHY ORCHESTRA Unnamulai Sonmalai Sotnmai Vediyan 8.39 S. KAMALAMBAL Sahhapatikku Sindaikkul Muruga Ranganai Dayai Saivadu Vanor Vanangum 9.0 Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION 1.0 KADAMBAM t 1.40 S. KAMALAMBAL Orukkal '4rumaruodu Ninnansl Ini oru Kanam Kharaharapnya Kandavar 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST History is made: Talk in Tamil; "It is news" Newsplay in Tamil 5.0 CONJIVARAM M. N. VENKATAVARADA PILLAI Charanadaivome Ydarippavar Kavalaigal Dari anam Arumaiyum II r.: t Ava. Kanaa Natakunm Chakraoak.s Kuntalavaral Anandabhatravi Arabh Mnhanasn Pantuvarals Snranjan Khamas Bdahan Suddh~gam Kokitadspakam Amrit tavarshini Kannanai Jaunps. %mbarame Ataar raahaigalum Mohaaa« QURAN-I-SHARIF Exposition in Tamil by Nagore Italia A. 6.0 TIRUVARUR S. VAIDYANATHAN AND S. RAJARATNAM (Nagaswaram) Compositions of Vedaaayakam Pillai Karunakara Puruikaty u. lyane Natabhairaa anaaum Beha NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.40 FOR THE VILLAGES `Kadi yini Unathiru"; The vegetable plot a October; Tharunam Karunai: Duet; Ketem ngati; TEMMANGU t 1.15 READINGS FROM THE CLASSICS S. MAHARAJAN: VWuparta 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 RADIO NATAKA ISAI 4 Songs tuna "Bdbanan" M. K. TYAGARAJA BHAGAVATAR: Van, Kars.. kalan;dhiye M. S KAMALA: Moran purindkdum Rhaira:, 11 K. TYAGARAJA BHAGAVATAR: Alai ena ingu Bhagancyart' M. K. TYAGARAJA BHAGAVATAR and M. 5 KAMALA: Ivvidasanador ravinile; lruyir onrs serndidil NAGERKOIL K. MAHADEVAN: Vidiye ulagam.de 8.0 TIRUVARUR S. VAIDYA. NATHA AND S. RAJARATNAM (Nagaswaram) Raga Alapaha Hamasw. Yallavi Ragamalikar lnda vatam PunaagavaralE Parimala Garb" CONJIVARAM M. N. VENKA TAVARADA PILLAI Compositions of Suddhanaada Bhaati Arul purivai Varhi Paduvoen Kanavilum Kankatti Muruganai Adarttida 9.45 WORLD AFFAIRS Talk relayed from she B B C 10.0 PICTURE PARADE t ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SERVICE metres (9 680 kc/s) 8.0 K. S. RAMANA*IAYANA IVER1 O'Jagadamba Amnia Ehairaw 8.30 NORTH AND SOUTH As exposition of similar Ragas in Carnatie and Hindustani styles; Todi: Bhairavi; Bouli: Bilbas. Mayamalavagowla: Bhairavi 8.50 T. SURYAKUMARI f Enbava Priyavachana; Ilsaswatma 9.0 Y, K. VENKATARAMAN (Violins Thappibrathiki Merusamana F,nshavedukondu Tadi Mayatsdavagorrdo Saraneatimasohan 9.30 Closr down metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 CHITTOOR SUBRAMANIA PILLAI I Hamsadhuas. Kanade. Katyaaf Chakracakas. Ihankaradhwan. Saddha Sao.' metres (6,190 kc/a) 8.30 BRINDA AND MUKTHA 4 Tanamidane Pakkala Bhatkaoot. Karaharapriy. Maniroag. Karma - Waaava Sri Yeaugopala 9.0 "EN THOTTAM" Short story in Tamil 9.15 A I R ORCHESTRA Dayaleni Mayas. Emaainne Mukha, Kommaro Khan,, 9.30 AS IN DELHI SITAR RECITAL: A I R ARTIS' MOVIE TUNES t Programme of music from the filme "ERALDO ORCHESTRA: Blues in the by.. rhe JESTERS: Waiting at the Church HILDEGARDE: I said "No" HICK ROBERTSON: My gal Sal Harinenendu Karnataka Bahag LING CROSBY: Blue shadow, and white Samaja Hiadola.. gardenias Varuvar Bho,rea.01 LOSS ORCHESTRA: I don't wane u Dayaipuriya Simhandramadhyomae. walk without you 1.30 V. K. VENKATRAMAN (Violin) I'HE JESTERS: Wait till use sun shines, Makelara Raaichandrko RANCISCO CASANOVAS ORCHESTRA Manaaa Sri 4amannhan snkee Doodle Dandy Sobillu Jagaamohu ;LENN MILLER ORCHESTRA: That'. Sri Gasapailti Sowrash:row. sabotage 3.0 Close down tr.bu. Close down Time Signal j Electrical Recording t Gramophone records 76 THE INDIAN LISTR4T&R

79 _ 4fohabbat DELHI metres (886 kc/s) 4.ln. TRANSMISSION I 4.0 RAG MALA I R ARTISTS 8.80 LISTEN TO THIS DELHI 8.35 ASAD ALI KHAN tort man sumaran Khayal Lalit Vslambit Shanvda yar da Khayal Lalit Drat 8.55 B. S. RAWAT [yon jalgaya ea tab-i-rukh-i-yar dekh bar 8.0 DILIP CHANDER VEDI flabul mora uaiyar Bhairaohe 9.10 ANWAR BAI Kahan gulon ke woh takhte woh late zar kahan kb dekhte idher nahin fart -i -haya se ap 0.25 ABDUS SHAKUR Dadra; Nikbat-i-zulf se aindon ko ballade akar 9.30 GHAZALEN AUR FILMI GANE t 9.45 B. S. RAWAT Rah takat yeh Gast 8.50 ANWAR BAI '1Lo bedardi daradya na Pane Dadra Na Ind gar mere mane se twant a. saki 10.0 NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 DILIP CHANDER VEDI fa re ',boars dur ABDUS SHAKUR ;ham raise jab tak ke dam men dam rah. ka asar jata kahan hai 1040 Close down p.m. TRANSMISSION H 12.0 GHAZALEN AUR FILMI GANE t 1.0 YOU ASKED FOR IT t Request programme of our favourite melodies to tour friends and relatives 'Devised and compered by MELVILLE de MELLOW Greenwich Time Signal at 1.30 p.m NEWS IN ENGLISH 140 YOU ASKED FOR IT (Contd.) t 44 Close down TRANSMISSION ID 5.0 ANWAR BAI ^hale jaiho bedarda main roe mari bun Dadra ramp rahai hate lie dil men hale dil ke 5.15 DILIP CHANDER VEDI Clara' pia bin Khayal Patdeep ki Vílambit 4ritam ko patyan likhen Khayal Patdeep-ki Drat 5.35 ABDUS SHAKUR Sayan apni kashti ka ham kya saneen, Gast 5.45 B. S. RAWAT Mira magan bhai Bhajaa 5.50 FILMI DOGANE t 4.0 ASAD ALI KHAN Pia nu lar pays Khayal Paria Dhasarri halms chunari na layo Them, 8.20 ANWAR BAI ',fat men phase dard in War re ham sur '.b unka kya bbarosa woh aen ya as ma 4.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 8.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8.55 B. S. RAWAT gajan se juda hokar God 7.0 DILIP CHANDER VEDI eladya dbire babo Thumri Pita 7.15 ABDUS SHAKUR Nigeh-i-shauq ki ada, hai ke ek ek re kahe fustujo thokren khilwati hai 7.30 RAFTAR-I-ZAMANA 'Weekly review of current events in Hindustani '7 M. MUJEEB 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS,lazar ke bhao; RAM DUJA: Dohe; BAROO AND 'PARTY: Been Banari; Khaba en: RAM DUJA: thajaa; Nazis sur khami: Makalma; Farmaishi ecord 8.30 RECENT AND READABLE look review by M. W. M. YEATTS 945 ASAD ALI KHAN Khayal Nat Behan Vilambit Khayal Nat Rehag Drat Raise hoist mass than Phan baje 9.0 NEWS ÍN HINDUSTANI 4.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 4.30 B B C NEWS RE1.Ay 4.11 times are given in Indian Standard Tim. +'NA r?jdian I.1.CTRNRR SATURDAY, OCTOBER "KHARID-O.FAROKHT" Play in Hindustani by RAFI PEER; Produced by LATEEFUR REHMAN: Presented by LAHORE DRAMA UNIT ABDUS SHAKUR 7humri our DILIP CHANDER VEDI Sundar xaras tan Khayal malkaus ANWAR BAI Lage mere nain Thumri Phiri halo yun putliyan shah-i-gham ke sham hi se sahar bui hai 11.0 Close down DELHI metres (4,960 kc/s) 8.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 kc/s) 9.25 to 10,30 AS IN DELHI metres (7,290 kc/s) 12.0 to 2.0 AS IN DELHI Close down TRANSMISSION ID metres (6,190 kc/s) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI ABDUS SHAKUR Dadra; Dard minnat kah-i-dava na hua 7.55 ASAD ALI KHAN Dhiyan lago motee tom Thumri 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN INDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI ANWAR BAI Thumri; Natija-ae di` -i -khans kbarab dekb tia 9.45 to 11.0 AS TN DELHI Close down DELHI 3 & 4.SEE PAGE 12 PESHAWAR 84 SURAYYA t More pia nahin Peso Gart 8.30 ZEENAT BEGAM Phir is andaz se batear see Man papee yoon bechain na ho Gist 8.40 Y. PARKASH Feb bat yeh tabaoum yelt mu yeh dgehen ; Gat 8.50 NAAT, GHAZAL AUR GEET t 9.0 SADIQ ALI Bat cha at nest chunri rang dart Hai ooh makhmoor ankheo 9.15 JAUNPURI ON SAROD 9.20 ZEENAT BEGAM Naar; Jeewan beets jae sajanwa metres (629 kc/s) JAN: Dost da qadir de dost da qadir de --Gies ell Thumri Ghazd Gast 9.30 PUSHTU PROGRAMME Close down PREM PUKAR t 1.0 FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Pushtu) Dhol Surna: UMMAT and DEEN MOHD. INZAR GUL: Retai; Bulbullan jari pa gubber; ke the kharan raahi-ghasal; Da Japan L.,nana: (l) Halakat la tayyare: Talk by Mien MOHD. ZAMAN KHAN (Cbaraadda) NOOR RAH - MAN f: Pa chaman de taro galo Baum garn- Rubai FOR TRIBAL AREAS (Contd.) CHISHTI CHAMAN JAN: Zama jams gul de gulab de-tappe; Ream rambail chambail guluna-lobha; INZAR GUL: Slam daryal, taib obaz de-tappe; Pak Rasool the koe te raghe da Subban-Charbaita; "Lela Shoma tela:" Playlet written by RAHIM SHAH NASEEM; Presented by A I R ARTISTS; Claronet: ALLAH BAKHSH; CHISHTI CHA- MAN JAN: Wajni me nan da ajab inset de : Sta da ishq gham me pasar de -Gast; Tomorrow's programme summary 2.21 NEWS IN PUSHTU 5.0 QAHWA-KHANE MEN 5.30 FOR RURAL AREAS (Pushtu) Flute: cut, RAHIM: CHISHTI CHAMAN Shams to gham ke diwana-gant; Zara'et (4), Talk by S. A. MALIK; INZAR GUL: Mali de da sro guluno bagh de-laedai; Daod Rab paida kro Hearst Sulaiman--Cherba ls. CHISHTI CHAMAN JAN: Tar de We tore e zar sham-tappe; Prot pa Buner ke lake maw da saba de-lobha; Da rishtya di: Dialogist between QAZI SAHIB and HIDAYAT KHAN: Discussing para jamba and litigation: KHALID'. Sariada; INZAR GUL: Samba we audairlii gbwag ka ma ta-baddala; CHISHTI CHAMA+ JAN: Zama yar azimusbshan de-naawakat 6.30 NEWS IN' ENGLISH 6.45 TOPICAL TALK Or ZEENAT BEGAM: Punjabi Malta 6.55 PUSHTU PROGRAMME 7.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.30 Y. PARKASH Rabhee neki bbi tuke ji men gar ajae haise mur: Chasid; G ZEENAT BEGAM Roue se our iabq men bebak hope 7.45 JANG KI RAFTAR Fortnightly review of the current event.,, Hindustani 8.0 SADIQ ALI Aj mori laj rakho Kartar Rag Nara. Koi din gar zi' dagani ear t GAae 8.15 ZEENAT BEGAM Mai rahe means cebe gardish men palman. re Dholak ka Gast 8.25 SAZON PAR NACH DHUN 8.30 MIXED MELODIES t 8.40 Y. PARKASH Rion jalgaya na tab-i-rakh-ayar dekhke, t;a... Gist 8.50 RECITATION 9.45 SADIQ ALI Ai misl-i-to dar husn-i-bashar khuah hashers Multani Kati 9.55 ZEENAT BEGAM Koi mehram nahin milts jahan mea Casts Sajuan bajon dil nahin lagda AFGHAN -PERSIAN PROGRAMME Close down Dholak is (rtes{ Time Signal t Eler.triral R.enrvlina f.rarnnp)tone reawrra",

80 BOMBAY metres (1.231 kc/s), 1.0 GEET t,qjsheela RANI tdiwali phulo phalo" L5 NEWS IN HINDUSTAN/ B.30 MILE JULE CANE It Colaba Time Signal al 8.45 a.tb NEWS IN MARATHI 8.0 NEWS IN GUJARATI 8.10 TOMORROW 8.15 SANGIT SABHA t 9.30 PRAMILA BAI Sere chhand sod 'Prabhu pragatakis 9.45 B. M. DEVLANKAR %ahnat recital SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 BOMBAY CALCUT F A R. N. PARADKAR Madame re main ko Ikeda Swing (Wald Maid waeat balsam Baaagist TRANSMISSION II 11.0 A I R. ORCHESTRA RAGMALA with Betatron, Labs, Hiedd, Bibles mod Bhairaoia "2000": VIKRAM SANVARTAR Play in Gujarati written by B. B. VYAS and MADHURAR RANDERIA: Produced by A I R ARTISTS An adaptation of Shamal Bbatt's narrative about Vie Vikram and Ring Bboj's Golden Throne D. K. JOSIII MANGAL VEDHEKAR Pakhawaj recital p.m KALYA-NI Qs ke jan iaar ham bhl bat U ko kya ho gays khuda Jane Murakh puchb ea preen ka hid 'Loyaliya diwani cheret had CHORUSES them eager mat Jana musafr Sethi ri sun bajet eanvariya NEWS IN MARATHI NEWS IN GUJARATI 1.0 PADMAVATI SHALIGRAM B aja r Mohammed Ungar ha kariyen Lodge 1.30NEWS IN ENGLISH Tads 1.40 LUNCH-HOUR MUSIC t LOUIS LEVY ORCHESTRA Selection Irons "St. Louis Blues": "Limelight" and "Firefly" Wailes Pad Man Cart SMja. 'NSA HALF-HOUR (National Service Entertainmeet recording 0.30 Close down 5.0 LAXMIBAI j FII LKAR Teto Sumaran kayo Geed Tm+eg S i. dekhe tore coal. Murali nako vejavu a Gauaa Gbei maze cache earn dbm.g 6.45 INSTRUMENTAL DUET Nun Patbr 6.55 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 1.0 SATURDAY AT SIX Tepini entertainmest in Mancha 5 fi iluellta WATCHES FOR SALE Higbalss Jeweled Machias ore rent time -keeper; guarantied g yyee,n; Chromium nevar sell Macklin flat shape Pocket Watch Ks. gol-. Rolled gold guaranteed years Re. silk Chromium Wrist Watch Rs. g61-: Rolled Gold gu.- tanteed re years Rs. 461-i fir+ alum Square. Tonneau amd ~aim Shape Rs. 4* aria Rolled 6.45 R. N. PARADKAR Main tors sanglo. Rumba bansari bajao Awadine 'shave Hari earn 7.15 GUJARATI GARBAS t 7.30 NEWS IN MARATHI 7.55 NEWS IN GUJARATI 8.5 PRA111ILA BAI Barkatwa liyo thsdo Maya main to Coned lino 8.20 WAR COMMENTARY * B B C Talk 8.30 KALYANI Delhi ri na mane Tarapte baits unhen ghairon 1a chahat hal Allah Allah jalle span -i -Allah Birha men pritam yad jet ae 9.15 NEWS COMMENTARY (Hindustani) 9.45 "CHANAKYA" * Play in Hindttetºni by R S BED!: Presented by the Lahore DRAMA UNIT: Produced by Mala HASIB ARMED MADHURIKA MAZUMDAR AND PARTY Abhinandan ebbinandan Awi ahuo awe Diralee tun Lejo tejo abukein ea aabraaia Aj bhabbi mori pan.de jay LIGHT SONGS t JIJTHIRA ROY Chupke chupte bol maina Man ki kali kbilegi ej Aj mere bar preetam aye Close down BOMBAY metres (4,880 kc/s) 8.0 to 8.5 AS IN BOMBAY G. P. NAGARKAR t Awo Mohanlal Bol ham re Sol pyare Rid mohak bhasi aa nys 8.15 to 8.50 AS IN BOMBAY KHAYAL TODI A I R VOCALIST DAargaat leankartyae ji m maro Patdsrp Bhnjnn dbhana Kafi BAajaa Thames.isi hod Naat Gut Gasjanri Gar& 9.10 to AS IN BOMBAY metres (7,240 kc/s) 11.0 to 2.30 AS IN BOMBAY 1 TRANSMISSION m metres (8,085 kc/s) 5.0 to 0.0 AS IN BOMBAY I 6.0 MESSAGES FROM INDIAN Gist saga Yawl PM u Fed TROOPS Recorded messages from Indian troop In the Middle East to their relatives a Westara end Central India 6.15 PRAMILA BAI Monmohana asa ka D. R. GHOLE Bkarpd Del le Ilya hai meta likejsee 6.30 to 7.15 AS IN BOMBAY to 7.30 INTERVAL metres ( 3,365 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.45 AS IN BOMBAY THUMRI Sachi babo moro batiya JALTARANG SOLO: Dhow 8.5 to 9.0 AS IN BOMBAY FOR THE FORCES 9.30 LAXMIBAI KELKAR Copal mor arum gki, guaran eed se yeah Rs. pls. Panes. and Pr7n Mathi bolo nabo re Govinda packing Aa. st antra. The mumes.rs fret Gams. q,b.[ Manipur State and Advanced Bra 10.0 B. M. DEVLANKAR Pest (ice Mould please seed emery is Shahnai recital albumrr Try.: V. P. P. paresis as PADMAVATI SHALIGRAM.at pg tore draimelms. VAASA Rajan aye f) =dark sag, l\aleiwar. near Sabots/. Bhatkat palie Gassrt bahaaa!imam a. Shea jean iba. rend Na-Shut Close down %II times are given in Indias Standard Tame. Time Signal CALCUTTA metres (780 kc/s) 7.25 MRINAL K. GHOSH t Tomar mahabiawe 7.30 NEWS IN BENGALI 7.40 SHUKDEB SAHA Esraj: Bkairaoi 7.50 NAZRULGEETI Pardeshi badhu Bengali Theme: Jago jago re musa5r Bragafi Wool LILYRANI DEVI 8.0 MUSHTAQ ALI KHAN # Sitar: Atop and Gar: Prabhati Sur 8.30 SHISHU MAHAL t "Sonar Kathi. Written by PRANAB ROY: Presented by COLUMBIA NURSERY CLUB "Pratham Shag": Written and produced by NIRMAL BHAI: Presented by AJ1T CHATTER. JEE AND PARTY 8.45 READINGS From Sreemat Bhagaoat Gaeta By ASORA NATH SHASTRI 9.0 GOSHTHALILA: Palakirtan Selection from Mahajan Padaveli Al Sri Bridabane: Gourchaadrika; Aj cabal rakhd meli bale; Sridam kahichhe basal; Tar bean ek sari; Ekhan o rahili basiye BIJAY MULLICK AND PARTY 9.30 Close down -- * " p.m. TRANSMISSION D IT IS ALL YOURS t Selection from requests Compered by VAN MITCHELL 1.0 IN MARTIAL MOOD t H. M. COLDSTREAM GUARDS BAND Land of hope and glory Riga Pomp and circumstance H. M. ROYAL MARINES BAND The contemptibles The great little army H. M. GRENADIERS GUARDS REGIMENTAL BAND March Espana March of the little 1.20 WEBSTER BOOTH AND DENNIS NOBLE t Excelsior Balk Watchman what of the night Iwgeaas 1.40 YOU ASKED FOR THESE t DHANANJOY BHATTACHARJEE: Hatkhaoi sudhu ANIMA DAS GUPTA: Jaei go arm jad PANKAJ MULLICK: Ami bee pet* UMA DUTTA: Ekela base sure sun K. L. SAIGAL: Tomar binay ran BINA CHOWDHURY: Bhenga mm sharer SIDDESHWAR MURERJEE: Rajar dulali APARADHER GAN: 01 je Purer megha 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 YOU ASKED FOR THESE (Contd.) t KANAN DEBI: Bare bare peyechbi HEMANTA MURERJEE: Belo go balo more KANAN DEBI: Pean chay chakkhn DHIREN DAS: Eki haoya elo TRANSMISSION m 5 0 TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS SMILE A WHILE $ Kartick ganesher juddha jatra: SACHDP GOSWAMI AND PARTY RANJIT ROY: Chatal 5.10 ADHUNIK-O-BHATIALI Chale reten rajani gandha O tui biahwa hater hate hate SUDHI RANJAN ROY CHOWDHURT 5.20 WHILE YOU SMILE t "Rasogolla": GRAMOPHONE CLUB CHTNTAHARAN MUKERJEB: AIM IIpae 5.30 GOUR GHOSH Drut Rheyai Multani 5.40 MANDOLIN: Kati A I R ARTIST 5.45 BIMAL BHUSHANI Aillassed Ogo sated bhalobashl Ogo mmar biday hato Arad dwip iwals; 8.0 DILRUBA: Dhaaashrl - GOPINATH BHATTACHARYA IS j Electrical Recording 6.15 BINA CHOWDHURY Tumi je surer aguo Rabiudemaseas Bale chhile mane rabe AdAea* Aji anokhi babar Gas 6.40 FOR INDUSTRIAL AREAS (Hindustani) 7.0 CHALTI KHABAR Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 7.15 GEET AND DEHATI DHUN Rabe tontas ke ghar gaye ho balam Balam mujo roo.h ke sosten ke ghar jato be SACHIN DEVAVARMA 7.30 LILYRANI DEVI Pan janame amari matan BAyes Dur bideshe eel e badhu BAtsbir GUITAR: Eman AMIYA ADHIKARI 7.50 ADHUNIK Mor gas tumi bhalobaeo Tomar jabar kale S ROY 8.0 BINA CHOWDHURY Mor kunje Atka* Baagali Timm Kdjaaii Jagiya tomare Champs kende bale 8.15 MUSHTAQ ALI KHAN $ Sitar: Nap and Gas: Evening tune 8-30 "TRINATH THAKUR" Bengali drama: Written by NARESH CHAR» SORTS': Presented by TWIN DRAMATIC PARTY 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 BENGALI NEWSLETTER Relayed from London 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTM 9.45 TOPICAL TALK Or MIRIAM LICETTE Bohemian Girl" (Vocal gems) "Faust" (Vocal gems, 10.0 DOROTHY CANNELL (Soprano) The pipes of pan are calling Slave song She is far from the land Where my caravan has rested Gaau ai L, Maude» T. Ring. P. Lsaa&e I. Lib `MADONNA OF THE MOUNTAINS" Feature written by SETH DRUCQUEI Close down CALCUTTA metres 04,840 kc/s) 7.25 to 8.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 8.15 INTERVAL metres (6,010 kc/s) 8.15 to 0.30 AS IN CALCUTTA I 0.30 Close down metres (7,210 kc/s) to 2.30 AS IN CALCUTTA Clone down TRANSMISSION m metres (6,010 kc/s) 5.0 to 5.30 AS IN CALCUTTA FOR ASSAMESE LISTENERS NURUN NAHAR BEGAM: Asammes. mug Imtrumental music: A I R ARTIST; Rath. batees, Discussion in Assameae on current affair NURUN NAHAR BEGAM: Aramese song 0.0 to 8.t9 AN FBItVAL metres (3,305 kc/s) 6.15 to 6.40 AS IN CALCUTTA AKASH KUSUM xx 7.0 to 8.30 AS IN CALC[TITA COMMERCIAL NEWS (English and Bengali) 8.45 to 9.20 AS IN CALCUTTA 1 Q íH1 Nil( AND BHAJAN Preen kotha jege ray Hari earn main S. RAY T 'rop a Tables Al.! IARASH: Sams, rlahoreyrraa to AS IN CALCUTTA I t Gramophone records THE INDIAN LISTENS,

81 S.M. TRANSMISSION I B.0 AKHTARI BAI t 115 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI B.15 NEWS IN ENGLISH 6.30 LACHHMAN DASS SINDHU am Geer 8.40 SHEILA SHAIDA Bata ke jaiyo re Thumri; 8.55 NAZR-I-HUSAIN Alai lagi Dadra Qafas se chhut ke bari der se tbikana mil, 9.8 AHMADI KHAN diap Gandhari on Sarang: 9.15 SHAHNAZ BEGA,R1 Gha:al nos Geri 9.25 LACHHMAN DASS SINDHU aur Gees 9.35 SUBHA KE RAG t 9.42 SHEILA SHAIDA thayal Ala.yya Bdamd Viiambil Deya kahan gae Dalr yan jhuok rahi LAHORE (276 metres (1.086 kc/s) Dent 0.55 SHAHNAZ BEGAM: Gaet 10.0 Close down USTADI GANE AUR SAZ t NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 110 KANAN DEVI, SAIGAL KHURSHID, VATSALA KUMTEKAR aur ZOHRA JAN t t.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 Close down 6.30 e SHEILA SHAIDA Ibri Ram Chandra Khayal Mat/our 4o gale lag jao Thames 6.45 NAZR-I-HUSAIN Tlae woh din keb gatee jati thi ghat, baton men Cabe mare najariya Dadra 6.55 SHAHNAZ BEGAM our Gees 6.5 B. B. BANNER JI: Flute 8.10 SHEILA SHAIDA (hayal Puria Dhanarri p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 SUR-O-CHHANDA t Selection of gramophone rerords 1.40 HASIR TUKRO t 1.50 GHAZALEN Gale do labjome Gale mujh andalip 'RADHARANI 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 KH.AGESHCHANDRA CHAR- RABARTI fadere sal may Drat Khayal Bhi,,fsefari Wayne chakar rakhoji Baajan 2.30 DHANANJAY BHATTA. CHARYYA t Biraba banshari hate Amar ekla ghare pradip BUPRABHA BANERJEE %hyam sohagini tai Nil baran binodiya 2.45 SAROD RECITAL Sarong MANTIC SENGUPTA 8.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 KHELAGHAR (For children) tomar e'ithir jabab; Kyabl akanter mastari t: S ktu batir tukro: BUROMAMA; "Madbudada": S ketch t 5.30 KHAGESHCHANDRA Tomas paths chahi CHAKRABARTI d:anhe raja 2.45 SELECTION OF MERRY MELODIES t 5.15 RADHARANI He sakhi Shyam Sunday SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 Khayd Puma Vdambit Jamuna ke teer Khayd Pura Drut 6.20 NAZR-I-HUSAIN Parde se ik jhalak jo woh dikhla ke reh gae 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.45 FOR WOMEN SHEED and DULAH BHAI": Play by RAJINDAR SINGH BEDI; Ap our ham: Listeners' letters and replies 7.30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE MUNAWWAR SULTANA: Dholak ka Gees; NAZR-I-IIUSAIN: Folk song; Masco note: Talk in Punjabi by S. D. A. NIZAMI; SIIAH- NAZ BEGAM: Punjab. Geer; MUNAWWAR SULTANA: Punjabi Coot; Bazar he bhao; Punjabi men khabaren; MUNAWWAR SULTANA: Dholak ka Geer 8.15 SHEILA SHAIDA Khayd Sau,ani Ralyan Vdambit our Drat 8.25 B. B. BANNERJI: Flute 8.30 DIISHMAN KI BATEN Analysis of Axis propaganda during the preceding month: MOHAMMAD BAQIR 8.45 SHAHNAZ BEGAM: 8.50 TOPICAL TALK Or MUSIC t 9.45 STAGE. AND SCREEN Talk by G. D. SONDHI 10.0 NAZR-I-HUSAIN Mane hai kise waq:f-i- i-mahabbas Ab ham dukhre kise sunae, Gaff SHEILA SHAIDA Sanwaria mar gae nainan ka ban Thumri Bthag; B. B. BANNERJI: Flute SHAHNAZ BEGAM our Punjabi Gott NAZR-I-HUSAIN: Close down DACCA metres (1,167 kc/s) Rarpradhas Dehati Man 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 6.45 MODERN SONGS Tumi chhile tai Can geye mor SUDHIRLAL CHAKRABARTT 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME 7.30 BANGI.A RANGAMANCHER KRAMABIKASH (Development of Bengali stage): (6) Adhunik Rangamancha: (The modern stage): Talk in Bengali by MURARIMOHAN SENGUPTA 7.45 TANCHAKRA DACCA RADIO ORCHESTRA: MANORANJAN MUKItERJEE 8.0 LISTENERS' LETTERS 8.10 ANIMA (BADAL) t Aj nikunje Conducted by 8.15 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or Violin recital: A I R ARTIST 8.25 VICHITRA t Selection of gramophone records 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 8.55 NEWS COMMENTARY (Bengali) 0.0 BENGALI NEWSLETTER Relayed from London 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 9.30 B B C NEWS RF.I.AY 9.45 RADIO SEARCHLIGHT 9.55 RADHARANI Hams, na(ar:a Thamri Khanna) 10.5 NARENDRACHANDRA t Knaha se Brinda Ban: Instrumental duct SUDHIRLAL CHAKRABARTI Ramiye ajahua ea Kkayd Mara Bolas Zawana de sakhi KMya1 Maftaai 2.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH All times are given in Indian Standard Tima TUE INDIAN LISTENER Time Signal LUCKNOW metres (1,022 kc/s) SLR). TRANSMISSION I 8.0 AJ KI BAT 8.30 PRAYAG PANCHKROSHI SANKIRTAN PRACHAR SAMITI Kirtan 1.50 MEHTAB JAHAN (Gorakhpur) Vocal music 9.5 MAQBOOL HUSAIN WARSI Comperes: BIM LA and JAMEELA Song: URMILLA GROVER; Agar main beevi hots: Talk by SHAUK AT THANVI; "KHUR- Sarwar-i-alam shah-.-anam Salaam Nuuta chin hei gham-i-dil us ko sunae on bane 9.20 PRAYAG PANCHKROSHI SANKIRTAN PRACHAR SAMITI Kirtan 9.30 RAG RAGNIYAN t 9.45 MAQBOOL HUSAIN WARSI Khayal De.:hkar 10.0 Close down GHAZALEN t 1.0 MIXED MELC DIES t 1.40 Close down TRANSMISSION ID 5.30 MULTANI ON FLUTE GORA SEN 5.35 SAZ CHHF.RE HUE HAI MEHFIL-I-SOZ SHAMEEM BANO 5.45 PRAYAG PANCHKROSHI SANKIRTAN SAMITI: Kirtan 6.5 S. M. 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BINA CHONDHURY and ILA GHOSH t 6.45 FOR PARENTS AND TEACHERS Vocation and education (6): Basic Education: Talk in Hindustani by Dr. SAEED ANSARI 10 0 NEWS IN ENGLISH 10.7 SOHAN SINGH Mande dere ao ji Khawl Drs; Filamhit Sanchi kahat veh «hayal Desi Drat BISMILLAH AND PARTY Shahnai recital CHILDREN'S HOUR Jager our jagao: Tarana; Kahaniyoo ki mala: Humorous stories related by MITT -1U, CHUNNU and BARE MIAN; "Par-kati chirya": Music feature; Gorakh-dhande: General knowledge: Questions and answers; "Jadu ki ketli" Fes - twined story; Lo khat suno: Listener,' letters and rep'ies: Hamare Mehman MAHBOOB IAN Thumri; But bade men shoe hai Akbar musalman hogaya KARIM KHAN Pawan chale purvaiva Khayal Saran: 12.0 FILM) GANE t p.m NEWS TN HINDUSTANI 1.0 "OLD CHELSEA" Musical romance t (Recording of Musical play of same name, by RICHARD TAUBER) Fea, uring:-r TCHARD TAUBF.R; CAROT.E LYNNE; NANCY BROWN: BETTY PERCHE- RON; CHARLES HAWTR AY; MA IRE O'NEH.I.; FRANCIS ROBERTS; Book by WALTER ELLIS; Music by RICHARD TAU- BER; Commentary by EDWARD STIRLING; Orchestra under direction of Serge KRISH Music in my heart; What could be sweeter than dancing; Holiday for Chelsea; My heart and I; Cotillon: If you are in Love; My Love is an old-fashioned thing; Angels outside Heaven; Why did I have to awake from my dreams Greenwich Time Signal at 1.30 p.m "OLD CHELSEA" (Contd.) 2.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 MAHBOOB JAN Raso des gae Khoysl Mulfant; Dadra 5.20 GORDHAN DAS: Vocal music 5.30 SOHAN SINGH Kaisi audh bksrai Thumri; Bhajen 5 45 BISMILLAH AND PARTY Shahnai recital 6.0 AKHTARI BAT (Fvzabad) t 6.15 ASHIMA BANNERJI: Oaf 6.20 MAHBOOB,IAN: Dadra 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.40 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.45 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.55 ASHIMA BANNERJI: Geet 7.0 BISMILLAH AND PARTY: Shahnai recital 7.15 MAHBOOB JAN: Dadra Jan loo aaiyan ham a na bolo Dil-i-mahjur ko tiskin ka wmaa na mile 7.30 JAWAB MEN 7.45 FOR VILLAGERS Thumri Roldiya Shah": Swan` by GIYANI MIR and PARTY; Dehati Saz: LACHHI our NANAK; Bazar ke bhao our khabaran 8.30 KARIM KHAN Nevar ki jhankar Khayal Chhale; Thumri 8.45 MAHBOOB JAN Thumri; Ham bid pien tusnhe khi pflaao hmam rat 9.20 NEWS ENGLISH 9.45 WAGNER t SUNDAY, OCTOBER Sl Die Meistersinger: Overture; Siegfried Idyll; Lohengrin; Rhine gold: Entry of the gods into Valhalla KARIM KHAN Tu hi taro nam Kha,a &gnarl MAHBOOB JAN Thumri; Shokhi men unki chher hai kuchh ietarab ki 11.0 Close down DELHI metres (4,960 kc/a) 8.0 to 9.10 AS IN DELHI to 9.25 INTERVAL metres (6,190 kc/s) 9.25 to AS IN DELHI to INTERVAL metres (7,290 kc/s) to 2.0 p.m. AS IN DELHI Close down metres (6,190 ko/a) 5.0 to 6.45 AS IN DELHI to 7.0 INTERVAL metres (3,495 kc/s) 7.0 to 7.45 AS IN DELHI ASHIMA BANNER" Geet 7.55 GORDHAN DAS: Vocal music 8.5 FOR TROOPS IN NIDIA AND CEYLON 8.30 to 9.30 AS IN DELHI KARIM KHAN: Vocal music 9.45 BISMILLAH AND PARTY Shahnai, recital 10.0 MAHBOOB JAN Hato jao na more Woh tu madva pie GORDHAN DAS: Vocal music HIRA LAL Cat Tora on Tabla to 11.0 AS IN DELHI Close down 10D f:(yomeoals SN/GNEST "WES.. 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GUPTA 9.25 ALAKA SANYAL Aj ki tar barata Rabindrasangit Ile arup krishna 9.35 TARAKNATH DE Violin: Shudh Sarong Bhajen 9.45 MASTAN GAMA: 10.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II CALLING ALL CHILDREN Conducted by PRIVA CHATTERJEE Replies to lmters and birthday greetings; Roll out the records: Requests t; it is a story: Uncle Bunny entertains you at the Piano; Clever ittle problems for clever lidle people: Porn,' 12.0 LEISL BRAUN (Pianoforte) Preludes opus 28 Chopin p.m NEXT WEEK NEGRO SPIRITUALS (2) 1.0 DANCE MUSIC JIVE BOYS Caravan; Trees; I've heard that song before; You'd be so nice to come home to; That old black magic; Dark eyes; This time the dream's on me; Bumble bee stomp; Smiles; Hit the road to dreamland 1.40 CLARIONET: Brindabani Sarang 1 I R ARTIST 1.50 ANITA DAS GUPTA Rabindrasangit Anmana anmana; Dakbona dakbon 2.0 JAGANMAY MITRA Mama joubana nikuoje Shyam tomar banahi Rbindrarangit Pawnor 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 GHATANA PROBAHA Weekly review of current affairs in Bengali 2.25 PIYANJER BARA: Comic song t CHINTAHARAN MUKERJEE 5.0 TODAY -ANNOUNCEMENTS MANDOLA and MANDOLIN SUREN PAL and AJIT BOSE 5.10 SURCHAYAN: Nazrulgiti t ILA GHOSH: Thakhan amar balika arias BECHU DATTA: Aji mane loge Hari ILA GHOSH: Bandhiya dui jam duhss 5.20 VIOLA AND VIOLIN KSHIRODE GANGULY and BUOY DE 5.30 SITAR Alap and Gal: Puria S K. GUPTA 5.40' ALAKA SANYAL Tumi mor paonai Rabisdrang Paran bandhu Adhtassitik 5.50 MANDRABAHAR: Bhupali SUKHARANJAN CHAKRABORTY 8.0 RABINDRANATHER CHARTI GAN SHANTT! DEB GHOSH: Ja bhalo tai bnal AMALA BOSE: Kar nishitha rater RAJESHWARI BASUDEVA: Hriday mama thare than SHANTI DEB GHOSH and RAJESHWARI BASUDEVA: Dao dan dan 6.15 BAMBOO FLUTE: Marwa A I R ARTIST 6.40 FOR INDUSTRIAL AREAS (Hindustani) 7.0 ADHUNIK AND BHABGITI $ DEwa Pbire gechhi bare bare Aji rate ke amare dekile Composed by AJAY BHATTACHARYA: Sung by SACHIN DEVAVARMA: Music by A 1 k ORCHESTRA 7.15 LEELA ROY Akash pradeep bbashanu Kalpasika Amar baner utala Adhuailt Tumi gao tumi gao: Song of Atulprasad 7.30 VIOLIN Karnataki Bhairaoi T MOHAN PATTNAIK 7.40 SHUDH KALYAN AND GARA j Bajo re bajo mand:lara Khayal Pani bhareri koun albeleki nag Bh,ani SAILENDRA KUMAR BANERJEE 8.0 KARNATAK VEENA: Shankara A I R ARTIST 8.15 JAGANMAY MITRA Bidayer mala khan Risahaji l Qadar kuchh rahti naht Madhabir bhiru nayan Kavyagiti 8.30 SURASANCHAYAN t FAYAZ KHAN: Kaj a -r aji piya sang Paris MALLIKARJUN MANSUR: Mandira pat li Darius FYAZ KHAN: Mor mandir ab lo salt aya Ja;jairsangi ABDUL KARIM KHAN: Jhamk zhanakwa morí Darban 8.45 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 KALPANIKA t RENUKA t A. Cbandini rats KAMALA JIIAR:n 'uti nayan REBA SHOME: is... ajhore jbare BINA CHOWDII Kab. ton madhurate 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT * Under the musical direction of WALTER KAUFMANN Dumky trio Opus gg Dvorak Songs of home for violin and piano Smetaae CALCUTTA metres (4,840 kc/s) 7.25 to 8.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 8.15 INTERVAL metres (6,010 kc/s) 8.15 to 10.0 AS IN CALCUTTA to 2.30 AS IN CALCUTTA 5.0 to 5:30 AS IN CALCUTTA FOR ASSAMESE LISTENERS Famous stories of the world: UMESH CHANDRA BARUWA: Assamese long; News review; Assamese song 6.0 to 6.15 INTERVAL metres (3,305 kc/s) 6.15 to 6.40 AS IN CALCUTTA CHURCH SERVICE 7.30 NEWS REVIEW IN ORIyA 7.40 to 9.20 AS IN CALCUTTA MADHUR RUPE BIRAJ Rabindranather Dhnl.ad gas: JNANENDRM PRASAD GOSWAM SUPRITI MAZUMDAR * Amar piyar ehhaya Aji jbara jhara mukhara Megher tole tole Songs of Rabindranath 9.45 to AS IN CALCUTTA Close dons All tina are Riven in Indiana Standard Tima Time Signal j Electrical Recording t Gramophone records. 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85 8.0 UMRAZIA BEGAM f 8.30 MUBARAK ALI FATEH ALI QAWWAL AND PARTY Hamd our Naal 8.45 JAMILA BAI (Cawnpore) Pia pyaro Dadra LAHORE 276 metres (1,088 kc/s) Kell rahi ha! hashr men wob ankh,harmai hui 9.0 MOHAMMAD SHARIF: Surbahar 9.10 GURBAKHSH RAI Chased our Gee! 9.20 DHOLAK KE GEET 9.27 MUBARAK ALI FATEH ALT QAWWAL AND PARTY: Qawwali 9.42 JAMILA BAT: Thumri Ah yell punish-i-nihaa ab yell mehrbanian 9.58 MOHAMMAD SHARIF: Surbahar 10.6 GURBAKHSH RAI Geer aur Ghasol GEET MUBARAK ALI FATEH ALI QAWWAL AND PARTY: Punjabi JAMILA BAI: Part! CHEEDA CHFEDA NAGHME$ 10 FILM: GANE t 1 30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 1.40 Close down et 5.30 IQBAL KHATOON Mere qabu men ea pehron dil-i-naahad aya Shoot; jag ki hai peat Gee! 5.40 MUBARAK Al.! FATEH ALI QAWWAL AND PARTY Diwangi-i-dil ki taugeer whin hod Pun Sabi Geet 5.55 JAMILA BAI Chahe too mara Dadra Dd ki roodad aunase he shwa kya karte Ghana! p.m. TRANSMISSION I 1.0 SUR-O-CHHANDA t Selection of gramophone records 1.30 NEWS TN ENGLISH 1.40 OANON RECITAL SITYAMBTNOD CHOSE 1.50 RADHAGOVINDA DAS Tan man tujh par 2.0 NEWS AND VIEWS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 2.10 NEWS IN BENGALI 2.15 RABINDRASANGIT Amare dii tomar hate Ar rekhona andhare Amar pa.he pathe GOPALCH ANDRA DASCUPTA 2.30 "URBASHIR ABHISHAP" Sketch t 2.45 SUPRABHA BANERJEE Durer banshi dak diechhe Sundara pritam AtJPDAY, OOTOBES MOHAMMAD SHARIF: Vichitra Veena 6.20 IQBAL KHATOON Arai-nayaz-i-ishq ke qabil nahin rata 6.25 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.45 MUBRAK ALI FATEH ALI QAWWAL AND PARTY Kalam-i-Ghalib 7.0 NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAMMES 7.5 JAMILA BAI Sanchi kaho mo se batiyan Thumri; Charol 7.20 MOHAMMAD SHARIF: Vichitra Veena 7 30 FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE "Paheiyan": Skit in Punjabi by BADRUDDTN "BADR"; MUBARAK ALI FATEH ALI QAW- WAL AND PARTY: Qmuroah: V. N. SETH: Punjabi Gee!; QBAL KHATOON: Punjabi Geet; Bazar ke bhao; Punjabi men khabaren; V. N. SETH: Recitation from Herr 8.15 APNI APNI PASAND MUBARAK ALI FATEH ALI QAWWAL AND PARTY: Qamumli QBAL KHATOON: Dholak ka Geet MOHAMMAD SHARIF: Vichitra Vaasa JAMILA BAI: Dadra 8.50 AP KA KHAT MILA Listeners' letters and replies 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.45 LOOKING AROUND Talk by C. H. BARRY 10.0 INCIDENT IN FRANCE "Soeur Helero": Feature MOHAMMAD SHARIF: Vichitra Veena JAMILA BAI: Ghazafen Close down DACCA metres (1,167 kc/a) Bhaja^ Modem song 3.0 Close down TRANSMISSION II 5.0 MODERN SONGS Mama mandira aagane Della moe deal karia ARUNA BOSE 5.15 GOPALCHANDRA DASGUPTA Aji kuhelighera rate Modern sons Chira chandana Kitten 5.25 "GAYA TIRTHA" Bengali drama t 6.0 BIBLE PATH Readings from the Bibb: Rev. MANORANJA14 HALDAR 6.10 MRINALKANTI GHOSH t Banks chokhe; Jhum jhum 6.20 RADHAGOVINDA DAS Lace tumse Jayne Th Par -Berm amn R40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ')r GRAMOPHONE RECORDS,.45 MANINDRALAL BANERJEE Ranks bipin nu'in 1.50 DUNIYAR HAL 'liscussion on current affairs 7.0 BURMESE PROGRAMME 7.30 BOOKS I READ TWICE Review in English by H. D. BHATTACHARYYA 7.45 RABINDRASANGIT Kenore etai jabar twara Keno sandin dhire dhire Swapanparer dak shunechhigo SUPRABHA BANERJEE 8.0 MANINDRALAL BANERJEE Man bhulaao Shahan Modem soot Kalia bona Poffigiti 8.15 TOPIC OF THE DAY *- Or Tabla Lahara: A I R ARTIST 8.25 VICHITRA t Seection of gramophone records 845 NEWS IN BENGALI 9.0 KALPATARU t Listenen' selections 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Or GRAMOPHONE RECORDS 0.20 NEWS IN ENGLISH 9.45 GOPALCHANDRA DASGUPTA Man je chahe tomay Pyare ham ghar 10.0 SUDHA BANERJEE j May ahyam nun Shyam ne lila ;jab COURI DATTA Hay birahini bay Ragpradhan RADHAGOVINDA DAS Farkane lag! KAaya! Wulf All times are given in Indian Standard Time, Tizne Signal TiIS INDIAN LISTINNI LUCKNOW 8.0 AJ KI BAT 8.30 MUNNI BAI (Arrah) Sowat nindia jagae Thume Saiyan sabia ae Dadra 8.50 SOBITA SEN Bengali music 9.5 MAHADEO PRASAD: Thumri 9.15 GHULAM HAZRAT AND PARTY Mujh se gismat tujhe.$hurati hat 396 metres (758 kc/a) 6.15 MUNNI BAI Chasm Giren mere damas peh amoo tumbare 9.30 KHAYAL KI GAEKI MAHADEO PRASAD: Lalan ankhan to Derhka, 10.0 GHULAM HAZRAT AND PARTY: Qawwali AP KI FARMAISHEN t MILE JULE GANE t 1.0 SAB RANG 1.40 Close down 5.30 EK THA RAJA Dhunya: Poem by Hafeez Jallandhari: Sung by HAYAT AND PARTY; Aur deshon ki baten: Cannibals: Talk in Hindustani by SAJJAD ALI KHAN; Chacho he khat (a) By SHAUKAT THANVI; Janwaron ki bolian: LAXMI KUMAR NIGAM; Ap ki farmaish; Mari billi jo choohon ko khajaegi; Qmutuali by CHIAON and his GANG; "Nanhe Raja": Playlet by M. JAMAL; Recitation: HAYAT; Introducing our new guests Thumri; Choral {aun gal! gae Shyam 1.30 NEWS IN HINDUSTANI 6.40 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 6.50 GHULAM HAZRAT AND PARTY: Qawwali 1.10 MUNNI BAI fake karti bai chand ea mush kit! ka Char Dadra 7.20 MAHADEO PRASAD {awan garb tora Khayal Mars 7.30 HAMARA PANCHAYATGHAR Gees: RAMJI DAS; Dash bidesh ki baten! : RAMI KAKA; Char duar ki saki: Dialogue between CHOWDHURY and PALTU;.Vaar; GHULAM HAZRAT AND PARTY; Bal Sabha: Shikar: Story by SURUESH CHANDRA; tumbar khat mita; News 8.15 KALAM-I-MOMIN GHULAM HAZRAT AND PARTY aur MUNNI BAI 8.30 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES American drama (3): John Steinbeck: Talk by BHAGWAT DAYAL 8.45 BHA JAN MAHADEO PRASAD 8.50 TOPIC OF THE DAY Or MUNNI BAI: 9.45 "FATHER SHYLOCK" Shakespearean Rechauffe: Script by Dr. P. E. DASTOOR: Production: S. P. KAUSHAL HABIB KHAN ALADIA KHAN Vichitra Veena f MAHADEO PRASAD Dulhan tori Khayal Nat Kamod; Themri Close down MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD... 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86 MADRAS metres (1,420 kc/s) 7.30 SW'AGATAM K a nakambike-bile h ari-adi 7.40 U. R. JEEVARATNAM t Vidiadam; Vidyaruni ameedu 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 SEMMANGUDI SRINIVASA IYER t Marubalka; Vaddani nenntiniga 8.30 S. G. VISALAM Si,ammamayamma- Vasanta-Rupakaas Ch alakallaladukonna-a rah hi-adi Ratiri poshudenge-kambhoji-chaps Tayenan--Sahana-Chapu 9.0 "KRISHNA RAYABARAMU Play in Telugu 9.30 "PAGHAR KANAVU" Play in Tamil 10.0 Close down 1.0 S. G. VISALAM Ihaparamenum-Khama$-R upakam Har i yaro-natak u ranji-chap u Ka aitookki-yadukulakambhoh-adi Manidule-Behag-Adi 1.40 FILM FARE t "VAIDHA": Tumkahe baye; Tumpuloke raja "WE THREE": Ayatha MADRAS "ZINDAGI": Diwanaham "DA W.AT" g Moremankeraja "BOLTI BCLBUL": Annabasamahammaa 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 SITAR: A I R ARTIST 2.10 A. S. PANCHAPAKESAN Mahanubhava-Vi jayanagari-adi Elanidayaradu-A to na-adi Pubare-Yam unakalya"i-adi 2.30 T. N. RAJARATNAM PILLAI Nagaswaram t 3.0 AFTERNOON VARIETY t "BHAKTHA KUCHELA": Kan maniye "GANGAV.ATAR": Pirandu; Vannuru mamadiye "RUKMINI HARAN": Bhoonadhul; Sukahatriyulara; Marachite "SUMATI": Samine; Chalijalamela "PANDURANGA": Ariyare 3.30 * Close down 4.30 FOR CHILDREN (Telugu) AMPLIFIERS STANCOR WATT AMPLIFIERS & KITS AVAILABLE IN STOCK WESTERN AGENCIES COY. Sunder Road & 54, The Mall KARACHI LAHORE All times are riven ANTON and PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA Narcissus (Walter Scenes "Suite"; Naomi REGINALD FOORT (Cinema Organ) Selection from R..dolph Fouml's Operetta: "The Vagabond King" LISTENERS' REQUESTS 5.30 CHEDALAVADA SUBBIAH: Violin 6.15 VARIETY t 8.30 NEWS IN ENGLISH 8.40 "AROMUNNI" Play in Malaya am by TARATH AMMINI AMMA 7.0 "VASEEKARANA Play in Kannada by BELLART BUCK! 7.15 A. S. PANCHAPAKESON Innum tamadama-mukhari-adi Varmame-Sauer,-Adi K ri da,ivanamali-sin dubhai rani-adi 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 LETTERS FROM LISTENERS 7.50 "TUPANU": Sound -picture 8.0 CHEDALAVADA SUBBIAH: Violin 8.30 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES King's English (a): Reciting poetry 8.45 SARASWATI BALARAMAN Anandanadamidum-Kedaragaula-Adi U ndukuladeivamam-to di-adi Eninnum tamadam-mohsnam-adi 9.15 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 9.45 MASTER WORKS (15) t KATHERINE MYERS Symphony No. 8 in B minor (Tee "Unfinished" symphony; VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA SACRED MUSIC St. ANDREW'S CHURCH CHOIR Relayed from St. Organist and Chorimaster: HANDEL MANUEL MADRAS metres (4 920 kc/s) 7.30 to 7.40 AS IN MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.50 VANAJA Ma vadina; Ataladadu; Mandaramakarande 8.0 to 10.0 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (7,270 kris) 1.0 to 2.0 AS IN MADRAS SITAR: A I R ARTIST 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 to 3.30 AS IN MADRAS Close down metres (6,150 kc/s) 4.30 to 6.15 AS IN MADRAS LOKAVARTA 6.22 KALACHAKRA 6.30 to 7.25 AS IN MADRAS NEWS IN TELUGU 7.35 RURAL NOTES 7.45 to 9.15 AS IN MADRAS to 9.30 INTERVAL metres (4,920 ke/s) 9.30 MUDICONDAN VENKATARAMA IYER t Nijadasavareda; Nidayarada; Innamera 9.45 MAHARAJAPURAM VISWANATHA IYER t 10.0 SARASWATI BALARAMAN Srivenugopala-Darbar-J hampa [ha'o pranathathlbarudenuchu-atwa-d4 Adidum erase Chandraeekharar SUNDAY, OCt1rOB17S SI 7.45 MUSICAL PRELUDE PALLADAM SANJIVA RAO (Flute) t 7.50 NEWS IN TAMIL 8.0 SONGS FROM "RAMALINGA- SWAMIGAL" TRICHY 396 metres (758 kc/s) Chorus: Letter box: Kalti bangaram: Feature: Birthday greetings; Ga'ipatam: Song; Meerupampina natakalu, kathalu; Vachevaram vinandi; Selavu sealavu 5.0 TEA -TIME MUSIC ALBERT SANDLER ORCHESTRA Serenade ("Frasquita") Uttar Serenade Schubert Arul Joti; Pannalum; Pa anadiye; Brahman Fiat Serenade Heykens Elute; Vibhava Suguna Second Serenade., Serenade Toren, Serenade (The Harleguim Mi'liom) Dngo 8.30 KADATHUR VENKATESA IYER (Veena) Eota nerchina Scutari Syamasundaranga Anathudanu DAan Jingia Darini telusukonti Ehimudam dehi Saddharaven Khama, 9.0 Close down 12.0 HOLIDAY HALF-HOUR t "MANIMEKHALAI": Maram Kalanguvadea "PANDURANGA": Aruyire amude "VENUGANAM": Inbam Inbam "SURYAPUTRI": Tedinum Kidayade "VANAMOHINI": Alai modude `PREM BANDHAN": Radhayin Mohaa 'PUNJAB KESARI": Soma na nai `PARASURAMAR": Aranane "SAHELI": Sunle manki bina 'LAGAN": Hat geyi lo ARIEL (Vol. V: No. XXV) 'Portrait of the younger brother": Sketch in Tamil; "Arakki Kadal": Musical play in Tamil; Women's Page: Ilakkiya Penmanigal: lllaramanbu: Talk in Tamil; Suddha Ragam: Composition for orchestra; Children's Corner 1.40 SUNDARA SARADAMBAL 5.0 SUNDARA SARADAMBAL Vadarpadi Vaah Shaamukhapriya Samarasa dbaogi Jagndiswari Vijayanagan Adhaeam Jaganmatava Siadha Bha,eaas Tudu senve Kalymsi 5.40 RELIGIOUS BROADCAST (Roman Catholic) 6.0 KADATHUR VENKATESA IYER (Veena) Saragunapalimpe Chidambara Dariamtma Irar,, Kadile Balakrishnan Kedaragaala Mukhari Ragamahka Madhyansavasi 6 40 FOR THE VILLAGES "Madhukaidapartham"; The polls. disease of pepper; Saptam Kalanda: ai; Ke,taya Sangati; "Laughter in chains": Feature is Tamil 7.15 KATTUCHELVAM Maram: Talk in Tamil on tree planting and the uses of wood as structural material: Rao Babadm T. K TILLAIVELU ytudai.iar 7.30 LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 7.35 NEWS IN TAMIL 7.45 ENGAL TAPAL PETTI 8.0 MAYAVARAM GOVINDARAJA PILLAI (Violin) TIRUGOKARNAM MINAKSHISUNDARAM (Mridangamt Ninnasul Karnotxtrdhans Mari Veregati Anan dabhairavi Ragam, Tana,, and Pallaoi: Kambodi Parukkulle Jaunpun Padum Chidambaram Bhimpalari 9.0 FOR THE UNIVERSITIES Studies in Biology (t) Origin of life: Talk in English by R. V. SESHIAH 9.15 RAMOLA t T,tanai nal BdaAan Saranam Saranam Assuan Karuna sagara Atana 0.30 B B C NEWS RELAY Mathurapuri Baguri 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 9.45 VALLI BHAR.ATAM (8) Presented by the RADIO VADYA GOSHTI 2.5 VOICE VARIETY t Nangai mohini Surafi TANJORE LAKSHMINARAYANA AYYAR Villadichan pattu padi Punnatauarali Kadaikkan parthu Yadukula Kambodi Sanditm Mohana,, Ramanama Bhajiai!Canada algal Kashugasalarkku Madhyamauati K. V. KESAVA BHAGAVATAR Schubert Manua etulortune Maleyamaratam 10.0 MELODY TIME t B S. RAJA AYYANGAR HAMSAVENI SISTERS Rama ninnai Vira Vuaala Inda vibhishana Pharas Hari ame Sama Kedaragaula MANNARGUDI RAJAGOPALA PILLAI Andrews Church-Egmore Nirai mati mugam Hamanaadi RagamaliG.t Anda Rama soundaryam K AMAL.AKRISHN.AMURTI Pannagendra Sayana T. NAGAMMA Ambanannu Kanaka Saila D K. PATTAMMAL Villagadanaga Harahan Sankara PARUR C. PONNAMMA Bhavatu bhavam ADDITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN SERVICE metres (9,680 kc/s) 8.0 MYTHILI BHARATHI t Korinavaramu Madayi 8.30 "BHOJA" Play in ltamil: Script and production by "KESRI" 9.0 A. JANAKI (Veena and Vocal) 9.80 Close down metres (11,790 kc/s) 2.0 NEWS IN TAMIL 2.5 NEWS IN TELUGU 2.10 SIRUVARGAL NIGAZHCHI 2.30 SONGS FROM 'FHE SCREEN "RAMALINGASWAMIGAL": Enedutten; Paranadiy "SEVA SADAN": Unnuruvam; Enna Seiven "BHAKTA NARADAR": Unnaininaindu; Ulagarashvil "VENUGANAM": Eppovantvaro; labs= Inbam; Kalya a Kriskr 8.0 Close down in Indian Standard Tima Time Signal Elerlcat Recording Y Tod, Punnagavarali SankarabAaranam Nauaros III Padam TRANSMISSION metres (6,190 kc/s) 8.30 A. JANAKI (Veena and Vocal) Romapeiya Vassalha Needumahima Sri Kamalambike Needacharana 9.0 A I R ORCHESTRA Gorori Hamsanandi Sankarabhaeanam Simhendramadaya,as Zile aaa Suryamurte Sewra,htram Siadha Sri Bahubramanyeye Bilahaei 9.15 A. G. SUBRAMANYAM Sri Rajagopala Sanan Sobillu Jaganmehini Mamava Maairangu Pahimam Sei Janaranjini Attarunam Bha,ravi SAM, muga!if 'ya Andavane 10.0 MUSIC ON TWO PIANOS t RAWICZ and LANDAUER Pomp and Circumstance March No s Eiem Liebesfreud Rustle of spring Tamborin Chinois Troika Kreisler Sinding grassier Trehaikawsky THEATRE ORGAN t REGINALD FOORT: Raymond -Overbite Thomas SANDY MACPHERSON: Salut d'amour Elgar REGINALD FOORT: Four Indian love lyrics Woodjorda-Piada t Gramophone records. THE INDIAN LISTENER

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