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: Association Football: Belfast Celtic v. Glentoran

A commentary during the second half of the match, by Raymond Glendenning, from Celtic Park, Belfast.
Keen interest is likely to be taken in this match, as Celtic were top of the Irish League this season, and Glentoran have been doing very well in the City Cup. Later on, this evening at 9.40, there will be an eye-witness account of the Distillery-Linfield match.

Contributors

Commentary: Raymond Glendenning

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: 'A MATTER OF OPINION'

Another of the fortnightly discussions of Ulster topics of the day

: ' THE BIG HOUSE'

The Abbey Theatre, Dublin. presents
Four scenes in its life by Lennox Robinson
Cast
The action of the play takes place at Ballydonal House in Ireland, on a November morning in 1918 ; a June evening in 1921 ; a night in February, 1923, and early the next morning
Adapted for broadcasting by George Shiels and produced by James Mageean

Contributors

Unknown: Lennox Robinson
Broadcasting By: George Shiels
Produced By: James Mageean
St Leger Alcock: P H Considine
Mrs Alcock: Elizabeth Young
Kate Alcock: Shelah Richards
Captain Montgomery Despard: T. W. Purefoy
Vandaleur O'Neill: Arthur Shields
Rev Henry Brown: Eric Gorman
Atkins: Wilfrid Brambell
Annie Daly: Christine Kayden

: GOLF

An eye-witness account of the Ulster Scratch Singles by George C. Nash

Contributors

Unknown: George C. Nash

: ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL

Distillery v. Linfield
'An eye-witness account by Harold Risk

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Risk

: THE FOURTH NEWS

(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and SPORT

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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