by Sean O'Casey
Adapted for broadcasting by Mollie Greenhalgh
Accordionist, Gerald Crossman
Produced by John Gibson
Ayamonn Breydon, her son:
Her neighbours In the house: Eeada:
Her neighbours In the house: Eeada Dympna:
Her neighbours In the house: Eeada Finnoola:
Sheila Moorneen, Ayamonn's sweet-heart:
Brennan o' the Moor, owner of a few oul' houses:
Sammy, the singer:
Roory O'Balacaun, a zealous Irish Irlander:
Mullcanny, a mocker of sacred things:
The Rev E Clinton, Rector of St Burnupus:
Inspector Finglas, of the Mounted Police, and the Rector's church-warden:
Members of St. Burnupus' Select vestry: Dowzard:
Members of St. Burnupus' Select vestry: Foster:
A monthly series of talks
Child-centred Education by G. H. Bantock Reader in Education
In the University of Leicester
Mr. Bantock believes that the progressive' tendencies of education represented by the term ' child-centred' may have gone too far in some of our schools. The fallacy. of the Rousseau-Froebel line of thinking can, to my mind, be shown from the fact that they were not able to live up to their own precepts.'
A topical programme on the arts, literature, and entertainment
Three speakers comment on whatever seems of most immediate interest in the world of the various arts: exhibitions, new productions in the theatre, new films and books.
The programme includes a contribution on the play Summer of the Seventeenth Doll by the Australian playwright Ray Lawler.
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