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: Stereophony

The Third Network transmitters, both medium-wave and VHF, will be used for one channel (left) and the BBC's Television sound transmitters for the other (right). From 9.25 to 9.30 music will be broadcast on the left- and righthand channels alternately to help listeners to adjust their tone controls.
This programme includes Ronnie Aldrich with melody and percussion for two pianos
Jazz For Two Ears
Steve Race looks at the repertoire of stereo. jazz records and a simultaneous broadcast in stereophony, from Saturday Club in the Light Programme
This is the first programme of a new series of stereophonic broadcasts in which listeners may hear the effect of the technique in a wide variety of programmes. In the past notable broadcasts at this time, apart from music, have included Daudet's L'Arlesienne, Bill Naughton 's Wigan to Rome, and William Russo 's jazz opera The Island. In the coming season there will again be contributions representative of almost all aspects of broadcasting including outside broadcasts. In this way the production staff of the BBC are given an opportunity of experimenting and perfecting an exciting new technique.

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Race
Musician: Ronnie Aldrich

: LAWN TENNIS

The Davis Cup
Inter-Zone Semi-Final
Great Britain v. U.S.A.
Commentary by Max ROBERTSON and MAURICE EDELSTON on the final day's singles matches. with comments by Fred PERRY From the West Hants Lawn Tennis Club, Bournemouth

Contributors

Commentary By: Max Robertson
Commentary By: Maurice Edelston
Unknown: Fred Perry

: MUSIC OF THE MASTERS

KELLY ISAAC (violin)
BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA
Leader, Philip Whiteway Conductor, RAt: JENKINS 3.35* Second broadcast 4.5*

Contributors

Leader: Philip Whiteway








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