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: STUDENTS' SONGS

Stuart Robertson (baritone)
John Hearst (accordion)
Joe Morrison and Eric Morrison
(mouth-organ duets)
The BBC Northern Ireland Male
Voice Chorus
At the pianoforte, Frederick Stone

Contributors

Baritone: Stuart Robertson
Accordion: John Hearst
Accordion: Joe Morrison
Accordion: Eric Morrison
Pianoforte: Frederick Stone

: RUGBY FOOTBALL

Ulster v. Connaught
An eye-witness account of the Inter-
Provincial match by Ian Stuart

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Stuart

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' GREATNESS THRUST UPON THEM'

'Aeneas Grant '
An appreciation by Andy Eslor
Tonight Andy Eslor will broadcast an appreciation of Aeneas Grant , an inventor, and tell of some of the memorable incidents of his early life. His crowning achievement was the invention of the Grant Telegnometer , a device for trapping sound-waves that had left the earth years before, and so reconstructing history. In this talk, Andy Eslor will describe the memorable scene in the big shed behind his house on the night the apparatus was first tried.

Contributors

Unknown: Aeneas Grant
Unknown: Andy Eslor
Unknown: Andy Eslor
Unknown: Aeneas Grant
Unknown: Grant Telegnometer
Unknown: Andy Eslor

: A CONCERT

by The Ballymoney Parish Church
Choir
Conductor, Lister Wood
Edward Selwyn (oboe)
Mary O'Neill (contralto) from the Town Hall, Ballymoney

Contributors

Conductor: Lister Wood
Oboe: Edward Selwyn
Contralto: Mary O'Neill

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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