A J. J. BELL Programme
Everybody knows the author of ' Wee
MacGreegor ', but today we shall hear something about his own life as a little boy, and also the songs which J. J. Bell has chosen as his favourites for this programme
IT WAS Compton Mackenzie who initiated this series of readings chosen from authors' own works and favourite songs chosen bv the author. This afternoon we shall hear what the author of ' Wee MacGreegor ' was like as a boy as well as the songs which please him most. Miss Anna Buchan (0. Douglas) will be the next to declare her preferences.
A J. J.
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