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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

French Dialogue-2
' Dans une Librairie '
E. M. Stephan and Camille Vierc
(National Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: E. M. Stephan
Unknown: Camille Vierc

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

(14.05) READING TEST
2.10 (-2.30) Scottish History
' Modern Scotland in the Making', by HENRY HAMILTON , D.Litt. Lesson
3 : ' The Growth of Town Life '
( From Aberdeen)
2.35 Science, Course 2
Biology, Lesson 3
'Blood and its many activities,' by A. D. PEACOCK , D.Sc.
(From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Hamilton
Unknown: A. D. Peacock

: Scottish Children's Hour

(17.15) Answers to correspondents, by our notorious Professor of General Ignorance-I. Knowall, Esq., A.B.C., D.E.F. (Professor Knowall has been a lecturer at Auchenshuggle University for many years, and he is a fully qualified Ignoramus)
Scots Songs by MAISIE DILLON

Contributors

Songs By: Maisie Dillon

: ' The First News'

(18.00)
Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements and Scottish Market Prices for Farmers (From Edinburgh)

: Gardening Talk

DUDLEY V. HOWELLS : Work in the Garden'
(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Unknown: Dudley V. Howells

: Talk to Young Scots

Druce RAVEN: Camping, on foot and awheel'
(From Edinburgh)

: Variety

(19.00) DAVE BRUCE (comedian)
FRANK GORDON (bass baritone)
MARY COLQUHOUN
(Gaelic Songs with Clarsach)
GEORGE HUTCHINSON
(humorist)
'THE SUNNY FAVOURITES'
RHYTHM GIRLS ' (in dose harmony)
(At the piano, JIMMIE CHATHAM )
JACK KYNOCH (accordion)
GORDON STEPHEN (entertainer)
HARRY CARMICHAEL and his
BAND
(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Bruce
Bass: Frank Gordon
Baritone: Mary Colquhoun
Unknown: George Hutchinson
Piano: Jimmie Chatham
Accordion: Jack Kynoch
Accordion: Gordon Stephen
Unknown: Harry Carmichael

: 'Waltz Time'

(21.10) THE SCOTTISH STUDIO
ORCHESTRA
(From Edinburgh)

: ' The Fly that Jock Scott Tied'

A Comedy for the diversion of Anglers by JOHN GOUGH
Cast :
Assisted by THE MALE VOICES of THE
SCOTTISH WIRELESS SINGERS
Conductor, IAN WHYTE
Produced by GORDON GILDARD
(From Edinburgh)
THE ACTION of this play takes place by a Highland river where the salmon runs. The play is meant for anglers mainly, but it well may happen that the appeal may be more general than that. It deals with the argument between two friends as to who possesses an old and valuable salmon fly, the subsequent loss of the fly, ignorantly used for fishing, and the wrangling which leads to its recovery

Contributors

Unknown: John Gough
Conductor: Ian Whyte
Produced By: Gordon Gildard
Edward Brown: Douglas Allen
Donald Calder: Norman R Jones
Norman du Gavie: Harold Goring
Freddy Douglas: Hal D Stewart
Slaggan (Gillie): Andrew P Wilson
Watcher: Bruce Morgan

: The Second News'

(22.15)
Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

: DANCE MUSIC

THE PLAYHOUSE BAND, directed by Louis FREEMAN , relayed from the I Playhouse Ballroom, Glasgow

Contributors

Directed By: Louis Freeman








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