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: This Symphony Business

George Nash 'wants to know'
James Denny explains assisted by The BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, Walton O'Donnell

Contributors

Unknown: George Nash
Unknown: James Denny
Conductor: Walton O'Donnell

: A RECITAL OF PROSE AND METRICAL PSALMS

The Northern Ireland Singers
Conductor, James Denny
Psalm 33, Newington (85), W. Jones Psalm 30, 2nd version, St. Godric
(224), J. B. Dykes
Psalm 86, Words by Joseph Bryan , tune from Genevan Psalter, 1543
Psalm 98, 1st version, Crediton (49),
T. Clark
Each psalm will first be sung according to the pointing of the Irish Church Psalter ; it will then be repeated, both words and tune being taken from the Psalter in Metre as used by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.

Contributors

Conductor: James Denny
Unknown: W. Jones
Unknown: J. B. Dykes
Unknown: Joseph Bryan
Unknown: T. Clark

: 'THE SPRING PROGRAMMES'

G. L. Marshall , O.B.E., Northern Ireland Director

Contributors

Unknown: G. L. Marshall

: WILLIAM CARLETON

The Ulster novelist
A talk by Cahir Healy
How William Carleton , of Clogher, County Tyrone, was frustrated in his youthful desire to become a priest and became Ulster's greatest novelist instead, will be told in this talk. Carleton ran away and journeyed from Carrickmacross to Dundalk in a hearse. His uncle, a priest in Dundalk, thought he was being visited by a ghost when young Carleton fell out of the hearse at his front door. This is only one of the many amusing stories told about Carleton's odd life.

Contributors

Talk By: Cahir Healy
Talk By: How William Carleton

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Church of Ireland) from St. Macartin's Cathedral,
Enniskillen
Organ Voluntary
7.0 Order of Service
Hymn, As pants the hart for cooling streams (I.C.H. 580)
Confession and Absolution Absolution
Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm xci
Lesson, Mark xv, 22-end Deus Miseratur
Creed and Collects
Hymn, 0 Jesu, king most wonderful
(I.C.H. 553)
Prayers
Hymn, Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious (I.C.H. 398)
Address by the Right
Rev. JAMES MACMANAWAY , D.D., Bishop of Clogher
Hymn, We've no abiding city here
(LC.H. 507)
Blessing
Organist, E. Lloyd Simon

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. James MacManaway
Organist: E. Lloyd Simon

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE VICTORIA VOLUNTARY HOMES, BELFAST by MARGARET WEIR
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to Miss Margaret Weir , Victoria Voluntary Homes, [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Margaret Weir

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast








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