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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by J. T. Frankland from the Cathedral Church of St. Columb, Londonderry

Contributors

Unknown: J. T. Frankland

: An extract from

' AN ULSTER CHILDHOOD ' by Lynn Doyle read by the author
Although Lynn Doyle now lives near Dublin, Ulster can claim him as one of her best-known authors and short-story writers, for he was born and bred not far from Downpatrick. He worked for a banking company, and when he retired a few years ago he had been, so he says, a bank manager for more years than he cares to count.
As a young man, he began writing short stories which appeared in the pages of The Strand Magazine, and which, indeed, have appeared in those pages regularly ever since. The creator of the famous Ballygullion, he has ably exploited the amusing foibles as well as the qualities of Ulster character, and his ' Ulster Childhood ', from which he reads tonight, is largely autobiography against a County Down setting.

Contributors

Unknown: Lynn Doyle
Unknown: Lynn Doyle

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: A HYMN RECITAL

from Duncairn Presterian Church,
Belfast'
Hymn No. 12, Immortal, invisible,
God only wise. Tune, Joanna. Welsh Hymn Melody
Hymn No. 194, Breathe on me,
Breath of God. Tune, Veni Spiritus. By John Stainer , 1840-1901
Hymn No. 498, Lord, in the fulness of my might. Tune, University. By John Randall , 1715-1799
Hymn No. 556, Be still, my soul, the Lord is on thy side. Tune, Finlandia. By Jean Sibelius , 1865
Hymn No. 9, 0 worship the King, all glorious above. Tune, Hanover. By William Croft , 1678-1727
Hymn No. 303, Part in peace,
Christ's life was peace. Tune, Pax Vobiscum. By Edward Arthur , 1874
Hymn No. 16, Praise the Lord, His glories show, Hallelujah ! Tune, Llanfair. By Robert Williams , 1781-1821
(All numbers are taken from the Revised Church Hymnary)
Organist and Choirmaster,
Robert Winnington

Contributors

Unknown: John Stainer
Unknown: John Randall
Unknown: Jean Sibelius
Unknown: William Croft
Unknown: Edward Arthur
Unknown: Robert Williams
Choirmaster: Robert Winnington

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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