A Revue by Harry O'Donovan with Harry O'Donovan
Three in Harmony
George Beggs and The Variety Orchestra conducted by David Curry
Produced by Henry McMullan
(Jimmy O'Dea and Harry O'Donovan appear by permission of George Black)
Every Northern Ireland listener should make a point of listening to this important talk, in which programme plans for the period October to December will be reviewed.
In the past G. L. Marshall , the Regional Director, has come to the microphone alone to give an indication of future broadcasts, but on this occasion a new experiment is to be tried out. Instead of doing all the talking himself, he will bring into the studio various members of the staff concerned with programme construction, and introduce them one by one. In this way the planners themselves will make known their plans for future broadcasts.
' Music in Spain'
Juan Rodriguez (accordion).:
Vuelta de Romeria
La Coja : La Tana La Nina de los peines (The Girl with the Combs):
Peteneras Sara Ortega. Yo te llevare, amor mio (I bear thee, my love)
Flamenco Singers : Saetas (Arrows) Cobla Barcalona : El Toe de l'oracio
Felisa Gale and Jose Oto: Jotas de Picadillo
Txistularis Hermanos. Landaluci y Sr. Elola: Fandango contradanza
Jose Luis de la Rica: Onazes
Lauro Menendez. Vaqueiras
La Coja : Farruca
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