' A Great Lady in Down ', by RicHARD ROWLEY
This is the first of a series of six talks to be given by Mr. Rowley on life in Northern Ireland in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The talks arc founded on contemporary records of travellers and inhabitants of the Six Counties, and will cover life in village, country mansion, and town.
The first part of the famous meta-biological pentateuch by Bernard Shaw
For this broadcast Mr. Shaw has written a special link 10 join the end of the scenes in the Garden of Eden to the re-appearance o the ghosts of Adam and Eve at the very end of the pentateuch as far in the fu.urc as thoughts can reach.
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