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: ' EILEEN AROON'

The story of Carroll O'Daly and Eileen Kavanagh
Translated from the Gaelic versions of the traditional Irish storytellers and dramatised for radio by Seamus Ennis and Francis Dillon
Music composed and conducted by Tristram Cary
Uilleann pipes played by Seamus Ennis
Production by Francis Dillon
(The recorded broadcast of June 10) followed by an interlude at 8.5

Contributors

Unknown: Carroll O'Daly
Unknown: Eileen Kavanagh
Unknown: Seamus Ennis
Unknown: Francis Dillon
Conducted By: Tristram Cary
Played By: Seamus Ennis
Production By: Francis Dillon

: SECOND THOUGHTS ON THE RADCLIFFE REPORT

by John Wood
In this talk John Wood explains why a more critical attitude has replaced his initial enthusiasm for the findings of the Committee...
Committee.

Contributors

Unknown: John Wood
Unknown: John Wood

: 'AMOURS DE VOYAGE'

by Arthur Hugh Clough
(1819-1861)
CANTO 3
Produced by Anthony Thwaite

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Hugh Clough
Produced By: Anthony Thwaite
Chorus: Frank Duncan
Claude: Alan Wheatley
Mary Trevellyn: Catherine Dolan

: RUDOLF KELYERBORN

See panel below.








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