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: Feature Afternoon

Norman Austin 's
" Musical Moments," relayed from La Scala Picture House.

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Austin

: The Wireless Quartette and Arthur

J. Freeland (Baritone).

Contributors

Baritone: J. Freeland

: Topics for Women

J. H. Peddie ,
M.A., on " Twice-Read Books."

Contributors

Unknown: J. H. Peddie

: CHILDREN'S CORNER.

Our Weekly Forty-Five Minutes with the Smaller Children.

: NEWS and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. from London. Local News.

: Interval.

Scottish Night.
The Battle of Bannockburn-24th, June,
1314.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA.
Conducted by ISAAC LOSOWSKY .
THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL THEATRE
SOCIETY presents
THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL PLAYERS, in a Triple Bill of One-Act Scottish Plays.
S.B. to Edinburgh.

Contributors

Conducted By: Isaac Losowsky

: "GLENFORSA."

A Play in One Act by John Brandane and A. W. Yuill. Scene : The Salle at Oskamull, Eilean Aros,
Inner Hebrides.
Time : 1760.

Contributors

Unknown: John Brandane
Unknown: A. W. Yuill.

: ' THE MOTHER."

A Play in Two Scenes by George Blake.
Scene : A West Highland Crofter's Cottage in Ardlamey.
Note.-To denote the passing of a few hours between Scenes 1 and 2 " Fear a. Bhata " (" The Boatman ") will be played as a Violin Solo by Isaac Losow-

Contributors

Unknown: George Blake.

: sky. Orchestra.

" Three Scottish Symphonic Dances"
Waugh Wright

Contributors

Unknown: Waugh Wright

: NEWS and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. from London. Local News.

: The Crystal Set

A Comedy in One Act by John H. Bone.
Scene: The Kitchen of a Small House in Renfrewshire.
Time: The Present.

Contributors

Unknown: John H. Bone.

: Close down.

Announcer : Herbert A. Carruthers.

Contributors

Announcer: Herbert A. Carruthers.








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