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: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
PERCY SCHOLES. S.B. from London. Local News.
Clan Campbell Night.
S.B. to Aberdeen.
THE LADY ELSPETH CAMPBELL OF
ARGYLL.
Mrs. IAN M. CAMPBELL of AIRDS
(With Harp).
Miss J. M. B. CURRIE (Gaelic Soprano).
NEIL MACLEAN (Tenor).
J. GRAHAM CAMPBELL , Yr. of SHIRVAN
(Pipe Music).
Capt. GEORGE CAMPBELL , Yr. of SUCCOTH.
MAVIS BENNETT (Soprano).
THE STATION ORCHESTRA,
Conducted bv
HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS.

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Scholes.
Unknown: Lady Elspeth Campbell
Unknown: Mrs. Ian M. Campbell
Harp: Miss J. M. B. Currie
Tenor: J. Graham Campbell
Music: Capt. George Campbell
Soprano: Mavis Bennett
Unknown: Herbert A. Carruthers.

: Miss J. M. B. Currie.

" 0 Till a Feannan ....................... (25) "O Theid mi G'ad Amhare "............ (25)
; Bonnie George Campbell " ......... (25)
Clarsach (Highland Harp) Accompaniments by Mrs. Ian M. Campbell.

Contributors

Unknown: Bonnie George Campbell
Unknown: Mrs. Ian M. Campbell.

: The Lndy Elspeth Campbell of Argyll

"A Few Words About the Clan Tartan, and What is Known About the Songs in the Programme."

: Neil MacLean.

" Mhnathan a Ghlinne do."
" The Campbells Are Coming."
"Caol Muile" ............................ (25) "Casteal a Ghlinne" "....................... (25)

: J. Graham Campbell.

Selection of Pipe Music.
Arranged by Capt. George Campbell, who will say a few words.

Contributors

Arranger/Presenter: Capt. George Campbell

: Mrs. Ian M. Campbell.

Clarsach (Highland Harp) Solos.

: Miss J. M. B. Currie and Neil MacLean.

D I "Si mo leannan fhe in a thann" " (25)
Duets Gradh Ceal mo Chridh "........ (25)

: Mavis Bennett.

"The Island Herdmaid," "Pulling the Sea-Dulse," " An Eriskay Love Lilt."

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Mr. ALAN COBHAM. S.B. from London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Alan Cobham.








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