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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

French Reading-2
Mademoiselle CAMILLE VIÈRE: Les Maitresses de Maison chez Molière'
(National Programme)

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

READING TEST
2.10 (-2.30) Scottish History
' Modern Scotland in the Making'
'The Nineteenth Century', by Dr. HENRY HAMILTON
Lesson 5. ' Engineering '
(From Aberdeen)
2.35 (-2.55) Science, Course it
Biology, Lesson 5
'How Animals win their Food', by Professor A. D. PEACOCK
(From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Henry Hamilton
Unknown: Professor A. D. Peacock

: The Children's Hour

St. Valentine's Day
Songs to suit the occasion, by THE BLYTHSWOOD SINGERS, and ' The Story of Sam Weller 's Valentine', from ' Pickwick Papers', by CHARLES DICKENS
(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Unknown: Sam Weller

: ' The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements and Scottish Market Prices for Farmers (From Edinburgh)

: THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by GUY
DAINES ROBERT WATSON (baritone)

Contributors

Baritone: Daines Robert Watson

: Variety

Relayed from
THE THEATRE ROYAL,
EDINBURGH
(By arrangement uith Mr. Horace Collins )

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Horace Collins

: A Recital of Gramophone Records

Goossens (Oboe), Lener (Violin), Roth (Viola), Hartaman (Violoncello): Oboe Quartet in F (Mozart)
(From Edinburgh)

: A Concert of Gaelic and Scottish Music

Relayed from
Londonderry House, London
THE LONDON GAELIC CHOIR
Conductor, J. S. MACINTYRE
ALEXANDER MACRAE (tenor)
SYDNEY MACEWAN (tenor)
LEWIS BEATON and DR. GEORGE MACKINNON (bagpipes)
Lochaber Gathering Balmoral Castle The Sheep Wife

Contributors

Conductor: J. S. MacIntyre
Tenor: Alexander MacRae
Tenor: Sydney MacEwan
Tenor: Lewis Beaton
Tenor: Dr. George MacKinnon

: SANDY and ANDY On ' At the Pantymime'

TONIGHT Sandy and Andy come together again for another crack-the second of the present series. Listeners may remember Sandy and Andy away back in the summer of 1932, when they used to converse ' by the garden gate.' Tonight, as the weather is not so good, their conversation will take place ' by the ingle.'
(From Glasgow)








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