5.0 From Regional :
' Peter Duck ' -4 by ARTHUR RANSOME read by MAC
5.20 Gypsy PETULENGRO comes to
Some Gramophone Records
5.45 From Regional :
' Here and There '
STEPHEN KING-HALL will give his weekly talk on World Affairs
Fourth Subscription Concert of the Sixty-Third Season from the Ulster Hall, Belfast
Joyce Newton (contralto)
Eda Kersey (violin)
The BBC Northern Ireland Chorus and Orchestra
Conductor, E Godfrey Brown
' Kubia Khan '
Rhapsody for contralto solo, chorus, and orchestra by Coleridge-Taylor
EDA KERSEY AND ORCHESTRA
Concerto in A minor, Op. 53 Dvorak
' 1 Allegro ma non troppo. 2 Adagio ma non troppo. 3 Allegro giocoso
Another Composite Programme from Dublin and Belfast Dublin Snapshots
Uncle Bob Remembers
' The Belle of Grafton Street'-
"The 10.30 Up Express '-A Sketch
' The Widow of Tanderagee'-
' A Spot of Border '-A Sketch by Cusex
Production by John MacDonagh
George Bcggs in New Irish Songs
Ronnie Craig with his Uke
Prince of Yodellers
Topical Tommy in his own 'composures' and A brief Sketch
' The New Pump ' by Harry S. Gibson with W. R. Gordon , Terence Grainger ,
Charles Owens and James Stewart
Production: Edward Wilkinson
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