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: Programme Summary; followed by Variety

James McPhee Gaelic tenor in songs from the Hebrides
Pipe-Major T. K. Marshall, M.V.O. and Pipers of the London Scottish
(by permission of Colonel L. D. Henderson, M.C., Officer Commanding) in Piping and Dancing
The BBC Television Orchestra
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum

There is a Scots flavour about this programme, and for the benefit of Sassenachs it should be explained that today is St. Andrew's Day. James McPhee is a tenor whose Gaelic programmes are very popular with 'sound' broadcast listeners. In this broadcast he will be heard but not seen; and there will be a visual accompaniment of a film shot in the Hebrides.


Tenor: James McPhee
Pipe-Major: T. K. Marshall
Pipers: Pipers of the London Scottish
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
[Orchestra] conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Presentation: D. H. Munro

: Interval, Time, Weather; followed by: Theatre Parade: Marigold

A Scottish comedy by L. Allen Harker and F. R. Pryor.
Scenes from The Royalty Theatre Production.
With Jean Clyde, John Bailey, Wyndham Milligan, Geoffrey Steele, Pipe-Major Iain Macdonald-Murray, Katharine Page


Author: L. Allen Harker
Author: F.R. Pryor
Stage production: J. Graham Pockett
Stage production: Lance Lister
Presentation: G. More O'Ferrall
Mrs. Pringle: Jean Clyde
Archie Forsyth: John Bailey
Nigel Lumsden: Wyndham Milligan
Bobbie Townsend: Geoffrey Steele
Piper: Pipe-Major Iain Macdonald-Murray
[Actress]: Katharine Page

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