Captain ROBERT SCOTT : Some
CAPTAIN ROBERT SCOTT is a well-known Scottish sporting journalist. Under the pen-name of ' Captain Bob ' he has been a popular contributor to the Sunday Post for some time, and what he does not know about the leading personalities in soccer, golf, boxing, and cricket, is not worth knowing. He has given several Eye-Witness Accounts of important Scottish football matches.
Mr. JOSEPH F. DUNCAN : The Industrial position in Scotland'
MR. JOSEPH F. DUNCAN , who is the Secretary of the Farm Servants' Union, combines an exceptional knowledge of agricultural affairs with a wide general knowledge of the industrial position in Scotland.
Mr. Joseph F.
Mr. Joseph F.
A Play specially written for broadcasting by W. CUMMING TAIT
David Harkness Mirren Harkness
David Harkness (their Son)
Sam Cruickshanks (Mirren's brother)
Mr. Brownlie, a Commercial Traveller
Mrs. McLuskie John Hamilton , Charge-hand
Willie Brown , Traveller to Harkness Mary Dickson
The Laird of Braxfield Mr. Schultz, an American lawyer
Workmen, Commercial Travellers,
JAMES ANDERSON , MEG BUCHANAN , CATHERINE FLETCHER , ARCHIBALD HENDERSON , ALAN MACKILL , J. W. Michie , ELSIE PAYNE , MASSON ROBERTS , JAMES SLOAN , JEAN TAYLOR SMITH , TOM SMITH , GRAHAM SQUIRE, J. K. URQUHART , CAVEN WATSON ,
The action takes place in and about a shop in Braxfield during the years 1870 to 1930
Produced by HOWARD ROSE
'ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN ', first broadcast on November 7 last year, was specially written for broadcasting by W. Cumming Tait. Although only a comparatively short time has elapsed since the first performance, its popular appeal has been so great that it is being repeated tonight. ' Italian Warehouseman ' tells the story of a Scots-woman's unscrupulous fight in the making of a prosperous business out of extremely small beginnings. The action takes place over a period of sixty years.
Mrs. McLuskie John
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