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: Scottish Children's Hour

Scottish Variety with JAMES MACPHEE in Gaelic Songs
NORA K. MITCHELL in Poems
THOM B. SHAW in Reels and Strathspeys and MARY COLQUHOUN in Songs with Clarsach

Contributors

Unknown: James MacPhee
Unknown: Nora K. Mitchell
Unknown: Thom B. Shaw
Unknown: Mary Colquhoun

: Time Signal, Greenwich 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements (From Edinburgh)

: Verse Reading

By NAN GORDON
The Author's Address to his Auld Dog,
Hector (James Hogg )
From ' Winter' (James Thomson )
The Ewie wi' the Crookit Horn (
John Skinner )
(From Edinburgh)
James Hogg. affectionately known as the Ettrick Shepherd, followed that vocation for many years and later combined it with farming- It is, however, as a poet that he is remembered and in the first of the poems which Miss Gordon will read he talks to his dog as if it were human. The extract from James Thomson 's ' Winter ' is one of the best known parts of that poem. 'The Seasons ', of which ' Winter ' is one of the sections, did much in their time to stimulate interest in the countryside. The Ewie wi' the Crookit Horn ' has been a favourite with children and grown-ups for a long time. This verse reading is intended to refer to some aspects of the pastoral life.

Contributors

Unknown: Nan Gordon
Unknown: James Hogg
Unknown: James Thomson
Horn: John Skinner
Unknown: James Hogg.
Unknown: James Thomson
Unknown: Crookit Horn

: Act III of Wagner's Opera 'Die Walkure'

Conductor, Karl Elmendorff
Scene, The Valkyries' Rock
Relayed from The Festspielhaus, Bayreuth
In co-operation with the Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft, Berlin)

Contributors

Conductor: Karl Elmendorff
Gerhilde: Melitta Amerling
Ortlinde: Erna Aubel
Waltraute: Ruth Berglund
Schwertleite: Lily Neitzer
Helmwige: Grete Kraiger
Siegrune: Margery Booth
Grimgerde: Carin Carlsson
Rossweisse: Hanna Kerrl
Sieglinde: Maria Müller
Brünnhilde: Frida Leider
Wotan: Rudolf Bockelmann

: Piping, Fiddling and Singing

Pipe-Major WILLIAM GRAY
JEAN HASTINGS (soprano)
HUGH MACMILLAN (violin)
(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Unknown: Major William Gray
Soprano: Jean Hastings

: ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin








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