Radio: Program Preview, May 27, 1946

For seven days, beginning Sunday, May 26. (All times are E.D.S.T.)

Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir (Sun. 11:30 a.m., CBS). One of radio's finest sustaining programs features In Deepest Grief from Bach's St. Matthew Passion.

Chicago Round Table (Sun. 1:30p.m., NBC). Georgia's Governor Ellis Arnall, Oregon's Senator Wayne Morse and University of Chicago's Chancellor Robert M. Hutchins will discuss "The Future of Liberal Government."

NBC Symphony (Sun. 5 p.m., NBC). Marc Blitzstein's Airborne Symphony makes its network debut, Leonard Bernstein conducting.

Let's Go to the Opera (Sun. 7 p.m., Mutual). A new program tries out an old idea—opera in English.

Fred Allen (Sun. 8:30 p.m., NBC). Jack...

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