'The Blue Gate'
A story for the smaller children by ANN CLERY
5.15 From Regional :
Some selected gramophone records and a continuation of MAC'S reading of ' Peter Duck' (No. 5) by ARTHUR RANSOME
5.45 From Regional :
' Here and There ' by STEPHEN KING-HALL
An Adventure in 1760 Produced by Henry McMullan
This programme, founded on documents and letters written soon after the French force had landed at Carrickfergus, tells an interesting and tragic story. Little more than a fortnight elapsed between Thurot's landing as conqueror on the shores of Belfast Lough and the finding of his body washed ashore on the Galloway coast.
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