Radio: Program Preview, Aug. 12, 1946

For seven days, beginning Sunday, Aug. 11. (All times are E.D.S.T.)

Chicago Round Table (Sun. 1 :30 p.m., NBC). "The Paris Peace Conference." Aspects and prospects of the parley-in-progress, discussed by Quincy Wright, professor of international law at the University of Chicago, U.S. adviser at the Nürnberg trials; and Giuseppe Borgese, U. of C. professor of Italian literature.

NBC Symphony (Sun. 5 p.m., NBC). Weber's Euryanthe Overture, Brahms's Second Symphony; Hans Schwieger conducting.

General Omar N. Bradley (Sun. 7 p.m., ABC). The Veterans Administrator stands in for Drew Pearson.

Hour of Mystery (Sun. 10 p.m., ABC). Death in the Mind, starring John Loder.

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