11.0 SCOTTISH HERITAGE. An Escape Story from Robert Louis Stevenson : the escape of St. Ives from Edinburgh Castle, by Haryey Scott
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS, discussed by experts
11.40 MUSIC AND THE DANCE, by John Horton : 4 — ' Dance and Song '
from the North and Scotland. War-workers in two widely-separated factories combine to entertain you and their fellow-workers in the lunch-hour break. Introduced by Victor Smythe-in the North and Howard M. Lockhart in Scotland
1.50 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (England). ' What happens when ... a burglary is committed ? : by George Scott Moncrieff
2.15 general SCIENCE. Things around us : ' Wood, by Silvia Goodall
2.40 JUNIOR ENGLISH. Part 3 of a serial play based on John Bunyan 's
Pilgrim's Progress '
A study in conversation, by Lance Sieveking. Produced by Muriel Pratt
Colonel George Black:
A comedy concoction of Ingredients contributed (with great relish) by various autfiors, designed to achieve a unique blend of mixed pickles : with Avril Angers. Gene Crowley , and Dick Francis. BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Alan Crooks. Music and production by Henry Reed.
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