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: CHILDREN'S SERVICE.

S.B. from
London.

: Choir.

Hymn No 11, First Tune, Church Hymnary. The Rev. J. S. BARROWMAN , M.A., oi
Carntyne I'arish Church : Religions Address.
Hymn No. 14 (Tune, " St. Flavian ")
(Church Hymnary).
Prayer.
Hymn No. 24 (Tune, " Westminster ")
(Church Hymnary).

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. J. S. Barrowman

: Lecture Recital of " DOMSIE "

(Ian MacLaren ).
By AUGUSTUS BEDDIE.
Before the days of School Boards. Domsie, as he was lovingly called behind his back, buried himself among the woods with the bairns of Diumtochty. He died a bachelor and seemed to give all his love to the children, and nearly all his money. too, .helping lads to college. He declared to Drumsheugh. " The grass'll no grow on the road between the College an' the schule-hoose o Drumtochty till they lay me in the auld kirkyaird." The discovery of a " lad o' pairts " was counted a day in his life, and when the " Schule " knew that Geordie Hoo was marked for college they pelted him with fir cones in great gladness of heart. Dominie Jamieson was the type of schoolmaster that no boy or girl, who had sat at his feet, could ever cease to love and revere.

Contributors

Unknown: Ian MacLaren
Unknown: Augustus Beddie.
Unknown: Geordie Hoo
Unknown: Dominie Jamieson

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Local News.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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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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