Fortnightly programme from the countryside: No. 75 — 'Somerset.' Introduced bv A. G. Street. Music arranged by Francis Collinson. Programme edited by Francis Dillon and produced by Rosemary Colley. (Recording of the broadcast in the Home Service on March 11)
An entertainment for Forces over-sea: Ken Harvey
: Tessie O'Shea :
Betty Huntley-Wright : Lyle Evans ; Hat Monty; Muriel Watson in ' Composer Cavalcade ' : Jack Payne 's Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Andrews , with Betty Webb and Jane Lee. Introduced by Michele de Lys Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams. From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club.
Music and song. Variety and news from Northern Ireland, introduced by Fraser Mayne , including David Curry and his Orchestra, with Eddie Pearl at the piano. Gerald Mathews (tenor). and a winning choir from the Belfast Musical Festival. Produced by James Mageean
'All the fun of the fair on the air ' with Robb Wilton , Max Wall , Polly Ward , Jack Train , Harold Berens , Doris Nichols , Big Bill Campbell and his Rocky Mountaineers, and the Debroy Somers Orchestra. Guest stars, Jewel and Warriss. Written by Max Kester and produced by Pat Dixon.
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