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: 'FARMERS' WORK AND WORRY'

Peter Fitzpatrick
At the Ulster Horticultural Society Show this year, held at the King's Hall, Balmoral, some new classes were added to enlarge the scope of the show, notably the Young Farmers' Section for farm products in general. Peter Fitzpatrick , who spent much time at the show, has several comments and criticisms to make in this talk this evening, particularly about the young farmers' exhibits. He will also refer to the special demonstration given at the Ministry of Agriculture's stand by Miss Ballantyne, of New Zealand.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Fitzpatrick
Unknown: Peter Fitzpatrick

: THE BBC NORTHERN L IRELAND ORCHESTRA

Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conducted by Peter Montgomery

Contributors

Conducted By: Peter Montgomery

: ' THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: 'LONDON LINE'

Sir Lynden Macassey. K.B.E.
Sir Lynden Macassey is a Governor
. of the London School of Economics, and has served on many Government committees. He was one of the labour assessors for the British Government at the Permanent Court of International Justice at The Hague. He was called to the Bar in 1S99, having studied law after first training and working as an engineer, and is now a leading international lawyer and economist.
Northern Ireland listeners have taken a keen interest in the views of this distinguished Ulsterman, especially as he is in a position to study at close quarters the effect of publicity ' across the water'. He has given some revealing examples of Great Britain's ignorance of Ulster, and has discussed the need for Ulster's being represented in London by a High Commissioner, or at least a Trade Commissioner. Sir Lynden Macassey speaks with the authority which comes from long experience of public life and close contact with men and affairs in London.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Lynden MacAssey.
Unknown: Sir Lynden MacAssey
Unknown: Lynden MacAssey

: SYNCOPATION ON TWO PIANOS

James Moody and Cyril Stanney
Tonight lames Moody joins forces with Cyril Stanney , who is a new-comer to the microphone as a duettist, though he has broadcast as a pianist in various Northern Ireland dance bands on several occasions in the past. James Moody , who has been broadcasting since 1930, is one of Ulster's best-known artists. He joined the Belfast Plaza Band, with which he broadcast over three hundred times. Two years ago he left Belfast for six months to play with a leading English dance band, and returned to form a successful close-harmony act with the Three in Harmony.

Contributors

Unknown: James Moody
Unknown: Cyril Stanney
Unknown: Cyril Stanney
Unknown: James Moody

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast) SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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