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: Popular Afternoon

Helena Millais
(Entertainer), The Wireless Quartet, Feminine Topics.

Contributors

Unknown: Helena Millais

: Dr. J. F. TOCHER on " The Law

Relating to the Sale of Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs."-

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
G. A. ATKINSON. S.B. from London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: G. A. Atkinson.

: The Rev. E. B. KIRK.

S.B. from
Glasgow.

: Birthday Programme.

S.B. to
GLIMPSES OF ABERDEEN.
(Historical Incidents written and arranged by WINIFRED M. MANNERS , B.A.).
Scene 1-570 A.D.
The Crook of the Don at Balgownie.
St. Machar Plants the First Christian
Chapel at Aberdeen.
Scene 11-1319 A.D.
At the Market Cross.
Robert Bruce Grants a Charter to the City.
Scene III-1411 A.D.
The West Port of the City.
Return of the Aberdeen men after the Battle of Harlow.
Scene IV-1644 A.D.
The Council Room.
Montrose Summons the City to Surrender.
Scene V-1745 A.D.
The Town Cross in the Castlegate.
The Provost is Forced to Proclaim the Pretender.
Scene VI-1924 A.D.
The Studio.
Lord Provost Meff speaks about present-day Aberdeen.
Incidental Music by THE GRANDHOLM CHOIR.
Conductor, ALEX. LEITCH.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
Conductor, NANCY LEE.
PIPE BAND.

Contributors

Arranged By: Winifred M. Manners
Unknown: Robert Bruce
Conductor: Alex. Leitch.
Conductor: Nancy Lee.

: Mr J. C. W. REITH

Managing Director of the British Broadcasting Company, relayed from London.

: Mr. D. MILLAR CRAIG

Asst. Controller for Scotland (B.B.C.).

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Lord BALFOUR. S.B. from Edinburgh. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Lord Balfour.

: Grandholm Choir.

Part Song Recital.

: Close down.

1 Announcer : H. J. McKeo.

Contributors

Announcer: H. J. McKeo.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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