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Listings

: Afternoon Topic

:
Miss Marion Angus , " Sidelights on Our Scottish Songs."

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Marion Angus

: Dance Music.

THE RADIO DANCE
QUARTET:
Directed by ALEX MADISKY.

Contributors

Directed By: Alex Madisky.

: Dance Music.

JAY WHIDDEN and his
MIDNIGHT FOLLIES BAND.
FRANK WESTFIELD'S
ORCHESTRA.
S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Jay Whidden

: STEADMAN'S SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

, relayed from the Electric Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Talk. S.B. from London.

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: Lieut.-Col. C. P. HAWKES

" A Song in the Night." S.B. from London.

: BALLADS AND OPERA.

THE STATION ORCHESTRA : Conductor, WALTER BENSON.

Contributors

Conductor: Walter Benson.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Selection, " Faust " Gounod-Tavan

: Topical Talk.

S.B. from London

: BACH

interpreted by JOYCE ANSELL. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Joyce Ansell.

: THE ABERDEEN RADIO PLAYERS

Present
" A Man Aboot the Hoose."
A Scots Comedy Sketch by Gladys and Findlay Pirie ,
Characters :
The scene is the exterior of a village grocer's shop and the little house next door. Below the window of the house is a wooden bench, upon which a gentleman is reclining asleep. The rickety street is deserted save for the figure on the bench.

Contributors

Unknown: Findlay Pirie

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY BANDS,
S.B. from London.








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