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: James Stewart

Poetry Recital of tho Works of Elizabeth Shane.
VIOLET CURRAN (Soprano). THE STATION ORCHESTRA.
THE STATION DANCE
BAND.

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Shane.
Soprano: Violet Curran

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Songs by Aunt Muriel ; Hnrp Solos by Aunt Pauline ; Stories of Christmas-time.

Contributors

Songs By: Aunt Muriel
Songs By: Hnrp Solos
Unknown: Aunt Pauline

: Weather Forecast and News

Miss NOEL BROWN , M.A., " Dr.
Johnson."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Noel Brown

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: Mr. DESMOND MacCARTHY

Literary Criticism. S.B. from London.
"From My Window," by PHILE-
MON. S.B. from London.
THE ULSTER MALE
VOICE CHOIR:
Conducted by CHARLES J. BRENNAN.
THE BELFAST RADIO
STRING QUARTET.

Contributors

Conducted By: Charles J. Brennan.

: THE CHOIR.

Methodist College
Prize Day Concert.
By
THE COLLEGE CHOTR and AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA:
Conductor.
ERNEST A. A. STONKLEY.
(Director of Music at Methodist
College.)
Relayed from Ulster Hall.

: Cantata

" Kubla Khan " for
(Soloist, GLADYS PALMER.> )

Contributors

Unknown: Kubla Khan
Soloist: Gladys Palmer.>

: Prof. JAMES A. LTNDSAY

M.A., M.D., Chairman of tho Board of Governors of Methodist College, wit! introduce the Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University, Belfast.

: Speech by Dr. R. W. LIVING-STONE

(Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University, Belfast).

: GLADYS PALMER.

Selected Items.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

National Anthem.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr. FILSON YOUNG : Christmas Presents." S.B. from London.








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