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: THE WIRELESS QUARTET.

NAN McMASTER (Soprano) and RICCARDO A. VELLA
(Baritone).
(Accompanist, Mrs. J. Ewart. )

Contributors

Baritone: Riccardo A. Vella
Accompanist: Mrs. J. Ewart.

: Afternoon Topics

Miss M. G.
May. Tutor in Arts, Women's Section, Glasgow University, " landscape in Ancient Poetry."

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Cousin Elsie , " William Penn and the Indianis."

Contributors

Unknown: Cousin Elsie
Unknown: William Penn

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. H. MORTIMER BAT

TEN, F.Z.S., " Great Heroes of the Wild-Rama, the Snowflake-The Story of a Wild Goat Who Led the Sheep." S.B. .from Edinburgh.
The Pianoforte Sonatas of Beethoven.

: HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS

(Solo Pianoforte).
18th Sonata, Op. 31, No. 3 in E Flat
Allegro-Scherzo-Minuet and Trio- Presto con fuoco.
SHINGLED TALES.
Specially Written for Broadcast by HALBERT TATLOCK.

Contributors

Unknown: Halbert Tatlock.

: No. 1.

THE GREEN HORROR."
Characters :
Picture to yourself a lonely country villa in England, once inhabited by Lord Clive. The husband and wife are sitting in their drawing-room, and as the play opens we find them discussing the Jaffier Diamond.
No. 2.
YOUNG MR. BELL."
Characters :
The Play opens in the Kitchen of Aunt Matilda, in Maryhill.
Presented by MUNGO M. DEWAR.
Directed by HALBERT TATLOCK.

Contributors

Unknown: Jaffier Diamond.
Presented By: Mungo M. Dewar.
Directed By: Halbert Tatlock.

: THE STATION ORCHESTRA.

Conducted by HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS.

Contributors

Conducted By: Herbert A. Carruthers.

: HUGH MACKAY (Tenor).

" 0 Gin I Were a\ Baron's Heir " .....
" Ca' the Yowes tae the Knows" .... Traditional
"The White Cockade" " Willie's Ga'en to
Melville Castle ".....

: HUGH MACKAY.

" The Troutling of the Sacred Well " ..... Songs
Two Milking Songs" Hebrides"
"A Churning Lilt " Hebrides " Shoreless Seas ".. " From the 'The Potato Liftin'" Hebrides.")

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

"The Human Factor in Industry-A Discussion on Skill in Work and Play." S.B. from London.
Local News.

: VIOLET GORDON-WOOD-HOUSE

(Harpsichord Recital).
S.B. from London.








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