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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Elementary French. M. JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN (assisted by Mme. OBERLIN) : Prose, La Dernière Classe (Daudet,
' Contes du Lundi

Contributors

Unknown: M. Jean-Jacques

: Interlude

(From Edinburgh)

: A BALLAD CONCERT

The Studio Orchestra
Directed by Guy Dainea
(From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Directed By: Guy Dainea

: Dance Music

Alec. Freer and his Band, relayed from the Plaza Palais de
Danse

: 8. VAL GREEN (Reciter)

Evening Walk (Claude Colleen Abbott )
A Craftsnlan's Prayer (Agnes Mair Mackenzie )
The Ludovici Venus (Rachel Annand Taylor )
(Relayed from Aberdeen)

Contributors

Unknown: Claude Colleen Abbott
Unknown: Agnes Mair MacKenzie
Unknown: Ludovici Venus
Unknown: Rachel Annand Taylor

: Birthdays

(From Edinburgh)

: ' The First News

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin ; London Stock Exchange Report, followed by Scottish Market Prices for Farmers (From Edinburgh)

: ' The New Spirit In Literature '—X. The Hon. HAROLD

NICOLSON, C.M.G. I ' Reading as a means of Self-Education
(Relayed from Edinburgh)

: THE CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL UNION OF GLASGOW

ORCHESTRAL CONCERT
(Wagner)
THE SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA
(Leader, MAX JAFFA )
Conductor, ROBERT HEGER
Overture, Rienzi Siegfried Idyll
RIA GINSTER (Soprano) and Orchestra Elsa's Dream (Lohengrin) ORCHESTRA
Fire Music } The Valkyrie
Wotan's Farewell
(Relayed from St. Andrew's Hall)

Contributors

Leader: Max Jaffa
Conductor: Robert Heger
Unknown: Rienzi Siegfried Idyll
Soprano: Ria Ginster

: DANCE MUSIC

ALEC FREER and his Band, relayed from the Plaza Palais de
Danse








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