5.0 From Regional :
A story for most ages
MAC will continue to read from
Arthur Ransome 's book
'Peter Duck', Part 10
5.20 May's Birthday Party
5.45 Prom Regional :
' Here and There '
STEPHEN KING-HALL will give his weekly talk on World Affairs
A programme tracing the history of health drinking and toasting, and some of the customs connected with it at different times
Compiled by Richard Fisher and The Countess of Carlisle
Those taking part are
Ivan Samson (by permission of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) and the BBC Men's Chorus
Produced by Felix Felton
' That the Ulster Farmer of today is not progressive'
For the motion :
Against the motion
Chairman, Peter Fitzpatrick
(Arranged in co-operation with the Ulster Young Farmers' Clubs)
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