Radio: Program Preview, Mar. 17, 1947

For the week beginning Sunday, March 16. (All times are E.S.T., subject to change without notice.)

The Art of Fugue (Sun. 9:15 a.m., CBS). Second of three programs devoted to Bach's immense essay in counterpoint. Soloist: Organist E. Power Biggs.

NBC Symphony (Sun. 5 p.m., NBC). An all-Beethoven program: For the Consecration of the House overture, the Sixth (Pastoral) Symphony. Conductor: Arturo Toscanini.

Jack Benny (Sun. 7 p.m., NBC) hires an expensive quartet for a one-night stand: Bing Crosby, Dennis Day, Dick Haymes, Andy Russell.

Margaret Truman (Sun. 8 p.m., ABC) makes her radio debut as a vocalist with the Detroit Symphony, unless her laryngitis...

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