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A Spot of Greece ; Being A Sop to Aesop single work   radio play   humour   satire  
Issue Details: First known date: 1934... 1934 A Spot of Greece ; Being A Sop to Aesop
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Presented by the ABC's Revue Company, this satrical radio play is described in a preview as the story of how ancient Greece left its stain on civilization, thereby proving that foolishness is the best philosophy (Sunday Times, Perth, 12 August 1934, p.24).

Production Details

  • 1934: 2FC (Sydney); 12 August. Producer James J. Donnelly (for the Australian Broadcasting Commission); Conductor Fred Whaite. - Cast: ABC Revue Company; Musicians: ABC Wireless Orchestra.
    • Relayed to 3LO (Melbourne).


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