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Regional Variations (7)

'SCRAPBOOK FOR 1903'

Regional Programme Northern

'SCRAPBOOK FOR 1903'

Regional Programme London

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Scotland

'SCRAPBOOK FOR 1903'

Regional Programme Midland

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Western

BOYS' CHOIR

Regional Programme Wales

The Contrasts of 35 Years
1903-1938

Regional Variations (7)

THE SECOND NEWS

Regional Programme Western

THE SECOND NEWS

Regional Programme Scotland

THE SECOND NEWS

Regional Programme Northern

THE SECOND NEWS

Regional Programme Midland

THE SECOND NEWS

Regional Programme Wales

NEWS BULLETINS

Regional Programme London
on Regional Programme Northern Ireland

View in Radio Times

including Weather Forecast
7.20 Northern Ireland News
7.25 Weather Forecast for Northern
Ireland and Northern Ireland
Bulletin for Farmers

Regional Variations (7)

ORCHESTRAL MUSIC BY WELSH COMPOSERS

Regional Programme London

' DECEMBER OUT OF DOORS'

Regional Programme Northern

A RECITAL

Regional Programme Scotland

A PIANOFORTE INTERLUDE

Regional Programme Western

THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM ORCHESTRA

Regional Programme Midland

Orchestral Music by Welsh Composers

Regional Programme Wales

' Larne '
J. F. Barklie
The Lame Club began in 1889, when a group of sportsmen gathered together and inaugurated Association football in the town. Three of the founders are still living and still actively interested in the Club.
After a series of successes in which the Club won the Bigger Cup, the Irish Junior Cup, and the Steele and Sons Cup, and also produced a number of International players, Larne became a senior club in 1923, winning their first game against Newry by three goals to one.

Contributors

Unknown:
J. F. Barklie

including four lyrics set to music by Armstrong Gibbs
The reader, Beatrice Hurwitz
The singer, Graham Craig
Physiology and poetry may not seem to be kindred pursuits, but John Irvine successfully combines them both. Attached to the physiological laboratory at Queen's University, Belfast, his spare time is devoted to writing poetry, and his lifelong ambition was fulfilled when Roger Quilter first set some of his (Irvine's) lyrics to music. He had long looked on both Quilter and Armstrong Gibbs as the ideal British lyric composers.
Armstrong Gibbs considers that the best of his recent work has been done in connection with Irvine's poetry. Tonight listeners will hear a programme of Irvine's poetry read by Beatrice Hurwitz , and four of his lyrics set to music by Armstrong Gibbs sung by Graham Craig.

Contributors

Music By:
Armstrong Gibbs
Reader:
Beatrice Hurwitz
Singer:
Graham Craig
Unknown:
John Irvine
Unknown:
Roger Quilter
Unknown:
Armstrong Gibbs
Unknown:
Armstrong Gibbs
Read By:
Beatrice Hurwitz
Music By:
Armstrong Gibbs
Sung By:
Graham Craig.

Regional Variations (6)

VARIETY

Regional Programme Scotland

Clarkson Rose presents 'OURS IS A NICE HOUR, OURS IS

Regional Programme London

' INDUSTRY ENTERTAINS'

Regional Programme Midland

Clarkson Rose presents 'OURS IS A NICE HOUR, OURS IS'

Regional Programme Northern

'OURS IS A NICE HOUR, OURS IS'

Regional Programme Wales

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

About Regional Programme

Regional Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More