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: A CONCERT

BARBIE WATT and MARIE HILL in Duets
THE STATION OCTET

Contributors

Unknown: Barbie Watt
Unknown: Marie Hill

: The Children's Hour

A SCOTS PROGRAMME
Three Hundred Years Ago '
The Story of Kate Kennedy , the Maid of Innerkepple, by CHARLES M. CAMPBELL ,
I hae laid a herrin' in saut,' and other Old
Songs by W. M. CARNEGIE
The Souters o' Selkirk,' and other Border Airs, played on the violin by ALEC NICOL

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Kennedy
Unknown: Charles M. Campbell
Songs By: W. M. Carnegie
Unknown: Alec Nicol

: Treasures of the West

IAN MACPHERSON (Buritone)
THE RADIO PLAYERS
THE STATION OCTET

Contributors

Unknown: Ian MacPherson

: "The Spanish Galleon'

A Play in One Act by JOHN BRANDANE and A. W. YuiLL
Time-A.D. 1588
Place-
Tobermory (Isle of Mull)
Scene-
John Smollett 's Trading
Quarters
Persons of the Play :
John Smollett - Trader in the West Highlands, and Secret Service Agent of the English Embassy at Holyrood
Johnathan Smollet-
His Son
Don Sebastian Enriquez
--Son of the late Commander of the San Juan Bantista , a Calleon of the Great Armada, storm-stricken in the Hebrides, but now at anchor in the Bay of Tobermory
Ewan MacMorran-Crofter and Fisherman in Mull
Barabel MacLean-Daughter of a Tacksman in Mull
John Smollett and Ewan MacMorran sit drinking at the small table, casting furtive glances from time to time at the door of the room

Contributors

Unknown: John Brandane
Unknown: A. W. Yuill
Unknown: John Smollett
Unknown: John Smollett
Unknown: Johnathan Smollet-
Unknown: Don Sebastian Enriquez
Unknown: Juan Bantista
Unknown: Ewan MacMorran-Crofter
Unknown: Barabel MacLean-Daughter
Unknown: John Smollett
Unknown: Ewan MacMorran








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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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