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: Lunch-time Music

from Cox's Cafe.
Music by Muzikants' Dance Band.
(to 13.30)

Contributors

Musicians: Muzikants' Dance Band

: Falkman and his Orchestra

relayed from the Capitol Cinema.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Musicians: Falkman and his Orchestra

: On the Trail: Something about Rabbits

by Mr. H. Kendrick
For Young Adventurers.

Contributors

Speaker: H. Kendrick

: Weather Forecast and News

Triumphs of Bird Life
Prof C. J. Patten

S.B. from Sheffield.

Contributors

Speaker (Triumphs of Bird Life): Prof C. J. Patten

: Musical Interlude

S.B. from London.

: My Lady's Furs: Sable and its Cousins

Dr. James J. Simpson, M.A., D.Sc., Keeper of Zoology at the National Museum of Wales.

Contributors

Speaker: Dr. James J. Simpson

: Runes of the Hebrides

"The fable-flowering land wherein they grew
Hath dreams for stars and grey romance for dew".
Tales and Songs of the Hebrides (The remote Isles off the N.W. Coast of Scotland).
Collected and Sung by Marjory and Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser.
The Station Orchestra
Conductor, Warwick Braithwaite

The Orchestra

Contributors

Collected and Sung by: Marjory Kennedy-Fraser
Collected and Sung by: Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser
Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: Runes of the Hebrides: Marjory Kennedy-Fraser

Contributors

Singer: Marjory Kennedy-Fraser

: Runes of the Hebrides: Marjory Kennedy-Fraser

Contributors

Singer: Marjory Kennedy-Fraser

: Runes of the Hebrides: The Change-House

by John Brandane.
A Play of the Hebrides.
Performed by the Cymro Gaelic Players.
Scene: The Change-House at Croggan. Eilean Aros. late on a September night in 1752; a large, mean. dimly-lit room-half kitchen. half drinking-chamber. Donnacha MacLean; the old innkeeper, is making some pretence of clearing the table. Alasdair, his gillie, is really working hard at the same task. yet at times he goes to the moonlit window and peers out at the driving clouds. Eventually, as the moon breaks through, he sees the gibbet prepared for Callum MacLean, a tacksman arrested for shooting a "red-coat".
Iain MacLean, Master of the Brig Margaret, and cousin to Callum, enters the scene and becomes the hero of the story. Soon after his entry. two travel-stained and weary girls. Flora MacLeod and her cousin, Seonaid MacLeod, seek a lodging within the Change-House. Flora is the sister of the soldier who has been shot and comes expecting to find him merely ill or wounded. The plot is complicated by her love for Iain and by the antagonism between the clans MacLean and MacLeod.

Contributors

Writer: John Brandane
Performers: The Cymro Gaelic Players

: Runes of the Hebrides: Marjory Kennedy-Fraser

To the Piano: Ancient Lull Song

Contributors

Singer: Marjory Kennedy-Fraser








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