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: Visit to Belfast of the BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

(Leader. Paul Beard )
Conductor, Rudolf Schwarz
Campoli (violin)
From the Ulster Hall, Belfast in association with C.E.M.A.
Part 1
Concert from the Theatre Royal, Dublin:
Saturday at 3.0 (Network 3)


Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Rudolf Schwarz


The Nigerian writer CYPRIAN Ekwensi reads an extract from a novel at which he is at work
Jagua, who would prefer to be dancing, is taken by her young lover to a British Council lecture. He regrets it.


A monthly series of talks on industrial affairs
Contraction with Consent by Sir Raymond Streat , K.B.E.
Chairman of the Cotton Board
The reorganisation of the cotton industry is proceeding on entirely novel lines. Protection, nationalisation, and contraction through bankruptcy have all been discarded in favour of a new kind of government intervention. Sir Raymond Streat examines its prospects of success and speculates on its possible application elsewhere.


Unknown: Sir Raymond Streat


Los Cantores de Madrid
Conductor, José Perera Cruz
Traditional songs:
Paloma revoladora (Andalusia) Baile Asturiano (Asturias) A Bethleem (Vasconia) Mina xoia (Galicia)
La Donzelleta (Catalonia) Ronda segoviana (Castile) Bailes Zamoranos
Introduced by George Hills


Unknown: Perera Cruz
Introduced By: George Hills

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