The entry for McAuley onm wiki says:
'His musical ability led him to produce and direct a ground breaking Irish music programme titled As I Roved Out, a programme responsible for giving many musicians their first TV appearance; artists now well known such as Mary Black, Paul Brady, Christy Moore and others. '
Which is not the same as an archive based programme presented and curated by Paul Brady, that I mentioned. Seamus Ennis worked on an 'As I roved out show' until 1958 as well but that's I believe yet another one.
But it doesn't matter, all I said there was an archive based programme presented by Paul Brady and it ran on BBC Northern Ireland, I saw some episodes of it on either RTE or TG4 perhaps tow or three years ago, I don't know the name of it.