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: DANCE MUSIC

NORMAN DOUGLAS and his BAND

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Douglas

: The Children's Hour

T. 0. CORRIN and THE CHILDREN'S
HOUR QUARTET
' From Ancient to Modern'—6

: 'The First News '

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

: ' Tramping in Ireland'-6

META HOPKINS: In the Mournes'

: A Recital

for Two Violins
PHILIP WHITEWAY
MARGARET HUXLEY
HARRY SHARPE (baritone)
PHILIP WHITEWAY AND
MARGARET HUXLEY

Contributors

Violins: Philip Whiteway
Violins: Margaret Huxley
Baritone: Harry Sharpe
Baritone: Philip Whiteway
Baritone: Margaret Huxley

: An Organ Recital

by ALBERT TAYLOR
Rclayed from First Presbyterian
Church, Rosemary Street
(Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 21.15)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Taylor
Unknown: Rosemary Street

: Viennese Caprice

A Musical and Romantic Fantasy Books, Lyrics, and Music
By George Gordon

Characters: Paul, a Viennese; Sophie, an English girl; Brenda, Sophie's friend; Alan, Paul's English friend; Reception Clerk, in the Hotel Bradford, Vienna; Leader of the Orchestra, in the Hotel; Housekeeper, in the Hotel; Gaston, a valet-de-chambre in the Hotel; Raffi, a cafe proprietor in Vienna; Toni, a waiter in Raffi's Cafe; Lord Harringay, an Englishman; Master of Ceremonies, at the Royal Ball; Prince Paul Aldof Maxmilian of Ruritania; Leader of the Orchestra, at the Ball; also Voices of Railway Porters, Travellers, Hotel Servants, Cafe Patrons and Guests at the Ball

The cast includes: Madeleine Christie, Sheila Borrett, Peter Holmes, Bryan Cullen, Ann Dale, J. Douglas Risk, Charles Owens, James Johnston, Mervyn Stanley and Jan Van de Gucht

The action of the fantasy is supposed to take place in Vienna, with a Prologue and Epilogue in Britain. The time is the Twentieth Century.
The Belfast Wireless Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Clifton Helliwell

Tonight at 21.15 (9.15)

Contributors

Writer/Production: George Gordon
Musicians/Singers: The Belfast Wireless Orchestra and Chorus
Conductor: Clifton Helliwell
[Actress]: Madeleine Christie
[Actress]: Sheila Borrett
[Actor]: Peter Holmes
[Actor]: Bryan Cullen
[Actress]: Ann Dale
[Actor]: J. Douglas Risk
[Actor]: Charles Owens
[Actor]: James Johnston
[Actor]: Mervyn Stanley
[Actor]: Jan Van de Gucht

: The Second News'

Weather Forecast,
Second General News Bulletin








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