' Would you like to be a Tea Planter ? The friendly teapot contains many mysteries of the East, which will be explained to you today by a real
'Along Our Road ', by HELEN DREVER.
A Story with Music
A Concert of Scottish Music
Given at The Banquet to The P.E.N. Club Conference at The Music Hall in Edinburgh
THIS WEEK several hundred distinguished literary men from all parts of the world are assembled in Edinburgh for the P.E.N. Club Conference. During their stay they will have the opportunity of seeing some of Scotland's finest scenery and also of hearing some of Scotland's finest music, part of which will be relayed this evening.
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