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: Scottish Children's Hour

Summer Songs, by KATHLEEN HAY and Uncle DUDLEY
This programme will include songs from ' A Song-Garden for Children,' by Norman O'Neill
'Who owns the fleeciest lambkins ?
The golden moon so bright ;
Who dwells beyond our fir-trees
And only comes at night.'

Contributors

Songs By: Kathleen Hay
Unknown: Uncle Dudley
Unknown: Norman O'Neill

: 'The First News'

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

: THE SUNSHINE FOLLIES

(By arrangement with Jimmy Currie ) with GEORGE DooNAN (comedian)
ELSIE PRINCE (soubrette)
JIMMY JEROME and WINNIE KAY
(dancers)
MURIEL FARQUHAR (soprano)
BENNETT and WILLIAMS
(Two jovial boys with their phono-fiddles)
SIX SUNSHINE GIRLS and THE FOLLIES BAND
Produced by JIMMIE CURRIE
Relayed from
The Pavilion Theatre, Perth

Contributors

Arrangement With: Jimmy Currie
Unknown: George Doonan
Unknown: Jimmy Jerome
Dancers: Winnie Kay
Soprano: Muriel Farquhar
Produced By: Jimmie Currie

: ' Fifty Siller Bells and Nine'

MADELEINE CHRISTIE
HAROLD WIGHTMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Madeleine Christie
Unknown: Harold Wightman

: ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin








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