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: FRANK REA and his ORCHESTRA

Relayed from The Orpheus Restaurant

: FRANK REA and his ORCHESTRA

Relayed from the Orpheus Restaurant

: DANCE MUSIC

SIBBALD TREACY and his RHYTHM
KINGS

Contributors

Unknown: Sibbald Treacy

: The Children's Hour

T. 0. CORRIN and THE CHILDREN'S
HOUR QUARTET
' From Ancient to Modern ' '—3. ' The Little Black Goat-Herd', by JEAN GORDON

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Gordon

: 'The First News'

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

: 'Tramping in Ireland' —4

ELLEN WILSON : ' Wandering in Wicklow'

Contributors

Unknown: Ellen Wilson

: THE QUEEN'S ISLAND MALE VOICE CHOIR

Conductor, JOHN VINE
GEORGE YARDLEY (trombone)

Contributors

Conductor: John Vine
Conductor: George Yardley

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second General
News Bulletin
(Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 21.20)

: A Triple Bill

'THE DREAMER'
A Play in One Act by A. E. COLVILLE
Characters :
M'Ghie, landlord of ' The Sailor's
Knot'
Minnie, a bar attendant
John Roscoe , owner of the ship
Sarah Roscoe
John Wells , a merchant, owner of the ship Jane Wells , engaged in the African Slave trade
Josiah Thomas , captain of the Jane Wells
Harris, mate of the Jane Wells
Sundry members of the crew of the Jane Wells
Period: The late summer of the year
1789
Scene : The Bar parlour of' The Sailor's
Knot' Inn
' COALS OF FIRE '
An Ulster Comedy in One Act by HARRY S. GIBSON
Characters :
William James Magee , a pensioner Sarah Jane Magee , his wife
Hannah Sims , a spinster, and a neighbour of the Magees'
Sam Lemon friends of William Jamcsy McCarten / James
Scene : The living room of Magee's cottage at the end of a ' loney ', on the outskirts of a seaside town
MADEMOISELLE'
A Comedy in One Act by ELIZABETH ILLINGWORTH
Characters :
Mr. Knowall, shop proprietor Mademoiselle, his assistant Mrs. Gullible, a customer
Scene : A dress and hat shop in Chicago The cast includes : CHARLES E. OWENS ,
RUBY PRICE, HAROLD GOLDBLATT ,
PETER HOLMES , JAMES STEWART ,
W. R. GORDON , ARTHUR FORSTER , C. E. KERR ,
CECIL BARRETT , J. R. MAGEEAN ,
DOROTHEA MCDOWELL , HILDA JOHN -STON, CHARLOTTE TEDLIE and MARY T. MORRISON
Incidental Music by THE RADIO SEPTET, directed by PHILIP WHITEWAY
The Plays produced by S. A. BULLOCH

Contributors

Unknown: A. E. Colville
Unknown: John Roscoe
Unknown: Sarah Roscoe
Unknown: John Wells
Unknown: Jane Wells
Unknown: Josiah Thomas
Unknown: Jane Wells
Unknown: Harry S. Gibson
Unknown: William James Magee
Unknown: Sarah Jane Magee
Unknown: Hannah Sims
Unknown: Sam Lemon
Unknown: William JamcSy McCarten
Unknown: Elizabeth Illingworth
Unknown: Charles E. Owens
Unknown: Harold Goldblatt
Unknown: Peter Holmes
Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: W. R. Gordon
Unknown: Arthur Forster
Unknown: C. E. Kerr
Unknown: Cecil Barrett
Unknown: J. R. Mageean
Unknown: Dorothea McDowell
Unknown: Hilda John
Unknown: Mary T. Morrison
Directed By: Philip Whiteway
Produced By: S. A. Bulloch








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