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: CECIL CHADWICK

At The Organ of The Classic Cinema

: NORMAN Douglas and his SLIEVE DONARD BAND

Relayed from The Slieve Donard Hotel,
Newcastle, County Down

: The Children's Hour

A French Programme
French Nursery Songs sung by MAY
CURRAN
Pianoforte solos by MARY KING
Aunt ANNA tells some French Fairy
Stories

Contributors

Solos By: Mary King

: ' The First News'

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

: THE ABBEY THEATRE COMPANY

presents
'The Land of Heart's Desire'
A Play in one act by W. B. YEATS
Scene : A room in a cottage in the county of Sligo, and at a remote time
The incidental music has been specially written for this performance by J. F. LARCHET and 'Meadowsweet'
A comedy in one act by SEUMAS O'KELLY
John Claffey (a labourer)
ARTHUR SHIELDS
Maria Dempsey (a servant)
MAUREEN DELANY
Kevin Monahan neighbouring Luke Tierney farmers
P. J. CAROLAN and ERIC GORMAN
Scene: The yard outside
Kevin Monahan 's farmhouse
Period : The Present
THE EGLANTINE LADIES TRIO
THE BELFAST WIRELESS ORCHESTRA Conducted by PETER MONTGOMERY Production by S. A. BULLOCH
An article on the Abbey Theatre, by Lennox Rolinson , will be found on page 483.

Contributors

Unknown: W. B. Yeats
Unknown: J. F. Larchet
Unknown: Seumas O'Kelly
Unknown: John Claffey
Unknown: Maria Dempsey
Unknown: Maureen Delany
Unknown: Kevin Monahan
Unknown: Luke Tierney
Unknown: P. J. Carolan
Unknown: Eric Gorman
Unknown: Kevin Monahan
Conducted By: Peter Montgomery
Production By: S. A. Bulloch
Unknown: Lennox Rolinson
Maurteen Bruin: Arthur Shields
Bridget Bruin (his wife): Christine Hayden
Shawn Bruin (their son): F. J . McCormick
Mary Bruin (his wife): Eileen Crowe
Father Hart (a priest): Michael J. Dolan
A Faery Child: Shelah Richards

: ' The Second News '

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin

: The B.B.C. Orchestra

(Section C)
(Led by Laurance Turner)
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
A Serenade Programme
(National Programme)

Contributors

Musicians: The BBC Orchestra (Section C)
Leader: Laurance Turner
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: Extract from 'Coaches', an essay, by Leigh Hunt

Read by G. F. CAMPBELL-BROWNE
(Tomorrow will be the anniversary of the death of Leigh Hunt )
Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 11.0

Contributors

Read By: G. F. Campbell-Browne
Unknown: Leigh Hunt








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