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: Broadcast to Schools

Talks on.History and"French. The Wireless Quartet.

: Classical Afternoon

The Wireless
Quartet. Anderson Tyrer (Solo Pianoforte). Afternoon Topics : Miss Gunn, of West of Scotland College of Domestic Science, on " Dainties for Hallowe'en."

Contributors

Unknown: Anderson Tyrer

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

" Ta-ta " will tell you about her Wireless Zoo.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
G. A. ATKINSON. S.B. from Lon(lon. Local News.
"Covenanters' Night."
AUGUSTUS BEDDIE.
MAY L. SMYLLIE (Gaelic Soprano).
THE STATION CHOIR.
JOHN MATHEWSON (Baritone).
THE STATION ORCHESTRA.
Conducted by HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS.

Contributors

Unknown: G. A. Atkinson.
Unknown: Augustus Beddie.
Baritone: John Mathewson
Conducted By: Herbert A. Carruthers.

: Augustus Beddie (Lecture Recital).

The Story of the events leading up to the Battle of Drumclog as told in Sir Walter Scott 's " Old Mortality." During the Recital, a few appropriate Psalms will be sung by May Smyllie, when it is hoped to convey to listeners the atmosphere of the hills and moors where the men of the Covenant were forced to worship.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

: The Station Choir. " THE CAMERONIAN'S DREAM

"
(By Hamish McCunn ).
Poem by James Hyslop.
For Baritone Solo. Chorus and Orchestra.
Soloist, John Mathewson.
The Battle of Airs Moss was fought on July 22nd, 1680, between Richard Cameron , with about sixty ill-armed followers, and the Troopers of Bruce of Earlshall, numbering one hundred and twenty. The conflict was very fierce, but Cameron's men were overpowered by the overwhelming numbers of their opponents, and forced to flee. Cameron and eight of his followers were killed; they were buried where they fell and a rude monument was erected over their remains. During the battle it is said that a severe thunderstorm broke over the combatants, which is referred to in this ballad.

Contributors

Unknown: Hamish McCunn
Unknown: James Hyslop.
Soloist: John Mathewson.
Unknown: Richard Cameron

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. R. G. HATTON. S.B. from Birmingham.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: R. G. Hatton.

: Close down.

Amnunrer : R. Elliot Kingslev

Contributors

Unknown: R. Elliot Kingslev








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