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: An Organ Recital

by ALBERT TAYLOR.
Relayed from First Presbyterian
Church, Rosemary Street

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Taylor.

: Recital of Gramophone Records From the Films

Fran Frey and his Orchestra : My
Dancing Lady (Dancing Lady)
Dick Powell : Honeymoon Hotel
(Footlight Parade) (Dubin and Warren)
Maurice Winnick and his Ciro Club
Orchestra : You ought to see Sally on Sunday (Aunt Sally)
Cliff Edwards (Ukulele Ike) : Night
Owl (Take a Chance) (Hupfield)
Peggy Cochrane (pianoforte) : Selection, Too Much Harmony (Coslow and Johnson)
Phyllis Clare : Ain't she the dainty
(Aunt Sally) (Woods)
The Casani Club Band, conducted by Charlie Kunz : My hat's on the side of my head (Jack Ahoy)
The Pickens Sisters : You're such a comfort to me (Sitting Pretty)
Leo Reisman and his Orchestra : Our big love scene (Going Hollywood)

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Powell
Unknown: Maurice Winnick
Unknown: Cliff Edwards
Pianoforte: Peggy Cochrane
Unknown: Phyllis Clare
Conducted By: Charlie Kunz
Unknown: Leo Reisman

: An Orchestral Concert

(In co-operation r.ith The Belfast Corporation)
Relayed from the Municipal Museum and Art Gallery
CARYS DAVIES (mezzo-soprano)
JOHN FRANCIS (flute)
THE BELFAST WIRELESS
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(Leader, PHILIP WHITEWAY)
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN

Contributors

Flute: John Francis
Conductor: E. Godfrey Brown

: The Children's Hour

A programme about Blind, Deaf and Dumb Children in Northern Ireland
Songs and Piano Solos by children from the Ulster Institution for the Deaf and Dumb

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional News

: For Ulster Farmers

S. P. MERCER , B.Sc., Professor of Agricultural Botany, Queen's University : ' The Battle with Weeds'

Contributors

Unknown: P. Mercer

: < Playing the Game'

A Farcical Extravaganza specially written for broadcasting by L. du GARDE PEACH
Music by GEORGE BARKER
Orchestral arrangements by ROBERT CHIGNELL
Characters :
Mr. Miracle, a trainer Mr. Tweed, a director
Mr. Hump, another director Mr. Small, the grocer
Ethel Maud , the grocer's daughter
Anthony Amble , a young professional . footballer
A B.B.C. commentator
The Football Teams of Aspic Villa and Boychester City
The Cast includes :
BERTRAM DENCH , ERNEST SEFTON , BOBBIE COMBER , BILLIE BAKER , BRUCE ANDERSON , PHILIP WADE , LAWRENCE BASKCOMB , and C. DENIER WARREN
THE MALE VOICE CHORUS and the B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA, conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
Produced by CHARLES BREWER
(London Regional Programme)

Contributors

Music By: George Barker
Arrangements By: Robert Chignell
Unknown: Ethel Maud
Unknown: Anthony Amble
Unknown: Bertram Dench
Unknown: Ernest Sefton
Unknown: Bobbie Comber
Unknown: Billie Baker
Unknown: Bruce Anderson
Unknown: Philip Wade
Unknown: Lawrence Baskcomb
Unknown: C. Denier Warren
Produced By: Charles Brewer

: The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin
(Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 10.30)








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