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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping

: The Children's Hour

(Western Programme)


including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Northern
Ireland News

: ' Souvenirs and Salt Water'

A play written for broadcasting by WILSON GUY
Mat Mulcaghey , a boarder at Portrush Wullie McCallion, local guide and historian
Cornelieus Hooper , an American tourist Bab McCord , a car driver
Tammus McCann , a fiddler
Maggie McCann , Tammus's daughter Ned McQuillan , an old farmer
Mary Ann McQuillan , Ned's wife A Stranger, an expert in antiques.
Scene : First at Portrush, then at
Dunluce Castle and vicinity
Time : The present
The cast includes : Mat Mulcaghey, C. K. Ayre , J. R. Mageean , Robert McIlveen , W. R. Gordon , Jean Forster , James Stewart , Cicely Mathews , Bryan Cullen and Laurence Mcllveen
Production by S. A. BULLOCH
Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 9.25


Unknown: Mat Mulcaghey
Unknown: Cornelieus Hooper
Unknown: Bab McCord
Unknown: Tammus McCann
Unknown: Maggie McCann
Unknown: Ned McQuillan
Unknown: Mary Ann McQuillan
Unknown: C. K. Ayre
Unknown: J. R. Mageean
Unknown: Robert McIlveen
Unknown: W. R. Gordon
Unknown: Jean Forster
Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Cicely Mathews
Unknown: Bryan Cullen
Unknown: Laurence McLlveen
Production By: S. A. Bulloch

: The BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra

Led by Stuart Redfern
Conducted by Philip Whiteway


Musicians: BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra
Orchestra Leader: Stuart Redfern
Conductor: Philip Whiteway


Weather Forecast and News


in Cabaret from the Heart o' Down Roadhouse,
Ballynabinch, County Down


Weather Forecast and News

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