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: Musical Moments.

THE WIRELESS QUARTET. ETHEL FENTON (Contralto).

Contributors

Contralto: Ethel Fenton

: Afternoon Topics

Dr. Ellis,
" Our Food Requirements : Fatty and Starchy Foods."

: Light Music.

ALEX FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA.
S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Relayed from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

"A Motoring Week-end," by a West-End " Vet."

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: A BREEZE FROM THEISLES.

THE STATION ORCHESTRA.

: HUGH MACKAY (Tenor).

" Rassay Love Lilt." " Eileen a Cheo."

: Piper MACDONALD.

Gaelic Air, " My Home."
March, " Inverness Gathering." Strathspey, " Piper's Bonnet." Reel, " Thomson's Dirk."

: Piper MACDONALD.

Gaelic Air, " The Maid of Islay."
Strathspey. " When You Go to the Hill."
Reel, " Sheep Wife."

: The Scottish National Theatre Society presents: Rory Aforesaid

(John Brandane.)
The Scottish National Players
Founded on "Maitre Pierre Pathelin," an old fifteenth-century French play of unknown origin. Listeners will no doubt discover in the play the origin of the well-known phrase, "Revenons a nos moutons."
People in the Play
MacConnachie (Court Officer).
Duncan MacCallum.
Rory MacColl (Shepherd to Mr. MacCallum).
Mr. Mclntosh (an Oban Lawyer).
The Sheriff-Substitute (also from Oban).
Mrs. MacLean (a Crofter Widow-woman).

Contributors

Author: John Brandane.
Producer: R.B. Wharrie.

: HUGH MACKAY.

" Eilean Mochridhe."
" Kishmul Cradle Croon."

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Topical Talk. S.B. from London. Local News.

: LEONARD HIRSCH (Solo

Violin). S.B. from London.

: "RUPERT OF HOUNSLOW"

A Musical Burlesque. <S'.B. from London.








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