Frank Titterton (tenor): Oh! No
John (arr. Sharp). Asthore (Trotere)
Eva Turner (soprano): Sometimes in my dreams (d'Hardelot). 0 Lovely Night (Ronald)
Dennis Noble (baritone): Famous
Ballads by Frederick Weatherly , introducing : Midshipmite (Adams). Veteran's Song (Adams). Mountain Lovers (Squire). Friend o' mine (Sanderson). Sergeant of the line
(Squire). Deathless Army ; Up from Somerset (Sanderson). Nirvana ; Star of Bethlehem (Adams)
A discussion between
Morton McClure and James McQuitty
Is it better that an Ulster boy, who will probably earn his livelihood in his own country when he grows up, should be educated in his own country or in Great Britain ? Obviously there is a wider choice of schools and types of education across the water than there is in Northern Ireland ; on the other hand, it may be argued that the education available in Northern Ireland is more specifically suited to the needs of its people, and is no less adequate.
The theme is provocative, offering opportunities for lively discussion.
It will be discussed tonight by two young Ulstermen, one of whom has been educated at an Ulster school and the other at an English school.
A piece of nonsense for all children under a hundred by Gordon Crier with lovely music by John Morley and, of course,
The BBC Midland Revue Chorus and the Revue Orchestra
Leader, Norris Stanley
Conductor, Reginald Burston
Production by Martyn C. Webster
King Cosmo, the Inevitable, of Paraphernalia:
Queen Miranda of Paraphernalia:
Princess Miranda, their daughter:
A Gardener, in love with Miranda:
An Elderly Inhabitant:
Algernon of Hysteria, almost an Archduke:
Two Cabinet Ministers:
Two Cabinet Ministers:
A Three-Headed Bogue, of terrifying dimensions:
The Story Teller:
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