(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.
(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
(19.00) DAVE BRUCE (comedian)
FRANK GORDON (bass baritone)
(Gaelic Songs with Clarsach)
'THE SUNNY FAVOURITES'
RHYTHM GIRLS ' (in dose harmony)
(At the piano, JIMMIE CHATHAM )
JACK KYNOCH (accordion)
GORDON STEPHEN (entertainer)
HARRY CARMICHAEL and his
A Comedy for the diversion of Anglers by JOHN GOUGH
Assisted by THE MALE VOICES of THE
SCOTTISH WIRELESS SINGERS
Conductor, IAN WHYTE
Produced by GORDON GILDARD
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
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