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: Talk to Schools

Dr. Hector Macpherson , " Giant and Dwarf Stars."

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Hector MacPherson

: Afternoon Talk

" The Origin of Colour, " by Mr. Charles E. Stevenson , J.P.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Charles E. Stevenson

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. H. MORTIMER BATTEN.

F.Z.S., " Birds of Our Gardens."

: Programme

S.B. from London.
MARY GRIERSON
(Solo Pianoforte).
THEO. HUNTER (Solo Violin).

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Grierson
Pianoforte: Theo. Hunter

: MARION RICHARDSON

(Mezzo-Soprano).
ROBERT BURNETT (Baritone).
Duets.

Contributors

Baritone: Robert Burnett

: " A FORETASTE OF CHRISTMAS."

A Short Radio Revue.
Plaved bv Members of the EDINBURGH STATION STAFF
And Assisted by MIRANDA AND' HIS
ORCHESTRA.
Opening Chorus, "Christmas is
Coming."
A Foolish Interlude. A Ballad Song.
A Rhapsodical Fantasy on the Piano, for Four Hands and Drums.
The Station Director's Dream of a Christmas Programme.
A Selection by Miranda and his
Orchestra.
Some Rollicking Songs with Chorus.
" Overheard in George Street."
" A Christmas Medley," by Miranda and his Orchestra.
10.0.-WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.
Ministry of Agriculture Talk by Mr. C. S. ORWIN: "Farming Facts and Fallacies.". 6'.B. from London.
Station Director's Talk. Local News.
10.30. MARION RICHARDSON and ROBERT BURNETT in a Short Recital from the Works of Weber.
(C. M. von Weber, born December
18th, 1786.)
MARION RICHARDSON.
" Oh, Thou Dearest" ("Abu
Hassan ").
"If a Youth Should Meet a Maiden " (" Der Freischutz ").
ROBERT BURNETT.
Caspar's Song ("Der Friesch├╝tz ").
MARION RICHARDSON and ROBERT BURNETT.
Duet ("Der Freischutz")

Contributors

Unknown: Marion Richardson
Unknown: Robert Burnett
Unknown: Marion Richardson.
Unknown: Robert Burnett.
Unknown: Marion Richardson
Unknown: Robert Burnett.

: Miranda and his Band

from the Edinburgh Palais de Danse.








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