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: School Transmission.

Dr. W.
DOUGLAS SIMPSON, F.S.A. (Scot), on " Aberdecnshire Folk Before History." Mr. WILLIAM SWAINSON on " What Music Is and How to Understand It " (1). Mi-. J. MORDAUNT on " The Ancien. Empire of Crete " (2).

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. William Swainson
Unknown: J. Mordaunt

: Children's Corner

More Hawaiian Music.

: Football Corner

; Conducted by Peter Craigmyle.

Contributors

Conducted By: Peter Craigmyle.

: Farmers' Advice Corner under the auspices of the North of Scotland College of Agriculture.

Conducted by Mr. Don G. Munro , B.Sc.

Contributors

Conducted By: Mr. Don G. Munro

: The Rev. J. G. Drummond

, M.A.,
" The Character of the Crowd."

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
G. A. ATKINSON. S.B. from London. Local News.
Popular Night.
ANDREW SHANKS (Baritone). THE " 2BD REPERTORY
PLAYERS.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Unknown: G. A. Atkinson.

: The Very Idea

or How One Plot Plays Many Parts
Dramatic Scenes by W. M. Manners, B.A
Music by Archd. Hyslop.
Players:
TOXIE REYNARD, NEIL MACLEAN, DAISY MONCUR, FLOSSIE TAVANER, G.R. HARVEY, W.M. MANNERS, A.M. SHINNIE, W.D. SIMPSON.
The Plot : A fascinating widow has a suitor who has been devoted to her many years. His ardour cools and she finds that he has transferred his affections to her young servant.
Scene 1.-Moonlight in the grounds of Moontilda's Palace.
Scene 2.-A Village Green outside the Rose and Crown.
Scene 3.-The Cafe de Bonbons, Paris.
Scene 4.-A Room in the basement of the Villa Morose.
Scene 5.-The Salon of Dora et Cie.
Scene 6.-A Corridor in the Hotel Bedlam.
Arranged for Broadcast by the Station Staff.

Contributors

Unknown: Neil MacLean
Unknown: Daisy Moncur
Unknown: G. R. Harvey.
Unknown: W. M. Man
Unknown: A. M. Shinnie
Unknown: W. D. Simpson.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Prof. CROWTHER. S.B. from London. Local News.

: Orchestra.

Dance Programme.








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