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: Scottish Children's Hour

Haggis Hoochs and Heather
The Aberdeen Animals at play with a colony of Native Red Beavers (Caledoniens Furiens)

Contributors

Unknown: Haggis Hoochs

: ' The First News'

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

: Variety

Relayed from the Theatre at the Radio
Manufacturers' Association Exhibition,
Kelvin Hall , Glasgow
The artists broadcasting tonight will be selected from :
MCGILL and VAUGHAN, The Cheerful
Chatterers
STANELLI, with his hornchestra
THE SOUTHERN SISTERS with John Dudley at the piano
CAFÉ COLETTE
The Old Time Music Halls with : DENIS O'NEIL
BERTHA WILLMOTT
JOHN RORKE and VERNON WATSON
TESSA DEANE
Nosmo KING and Partner, Cross Talk
' WULLIE LINDSAY and IAN MACLEAN
Jass and JESSIE, Stable Companions
ROSALIND WADE 'S RADIOLYMPIA GIRLS
SYDNEY BAYNES and his ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: Kelvin Hall
Unknown: John Dudley
Unknown: Denis O'Neil
Unknown: Bertha Willmott
Unknown: John Rorke
Unknown: Vernon Watson
Unknown: Tessa Deane
Unknown: Nosmo King
Unknown: Wullie Lindsay
Unknown: Ian MacLean
Unknown: Rosalind Wade
Unknown: Sydney Baynes

: ' Telford and Scotland'

A programme arranged by MARRIS
, MURRAY to celebrate the centenary of the famous builder of roads and bridges
Taking part :
Ella Allan , Kevin Burns , William Crichton , Anna Donald , Harold Goring ,
Rex de la Haye, John P Mitchell , R. F. Pearson , Jean Proven , Alex Scott and THE NEW LIGHT ORCHESTRA, conducted by IAN WHYTE
Music specially composed by IAN WHYTE
Production by GORDON GILDARD
(From Glasgow)
This programme is a commemorative tribute to the greatest civil engineer
Scotland has ever produced-Thomas
Telford, whose death took place one hundred years ago last Sunday. It gives a rapid survey of the immense work which he did to open up the hills of Scotland to the traveller, and her ports to the merchant and the fisherman.
The story is told partly by two modern travellers journeying over I el-ford's roads and bridges, partly by ghostly voices out of the past, set off by appropriate music and effects.
See the articles on Telford and his works on pages 551 and 554.

Contributors

Unknown: Ella Allan
Unknown: Kevin Burns
Unknown: William Crichton
Unknown: Anna Donald
Unknown: Harold Goring
Unknown: John P Mitchell
Unknown: R. F. Pearson
Unknown: Jean Proven
Unknown: Alex Scott
Conducted By: Ian Whyte
Composed By: Ian Whyte
Production By: Gordon Gildard

: ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin

: ' Next week you'll Hear '—

Excerpts from programmes for week beginning September 9
(From Edinburgh)

: Gardening Talk

LEWIS GAVIN : How Plants Live '
(Aberdeen Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: Lewis Gavin

: THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL PLAYERS

now on their. Eighth Annual Autumn
Tour of the Country Districts of Scotland present
Two One-act Scots Plays
' THE BROKEN FOLD ' by GEORGE RESTON MALLOCH
The Scene is the kitchen of a Renfrewshire farmhouse on the hills above
Greenock and ' THE MIRACLE'
A Comedy by JOE CORRIE
The Scene is the living-room of a country cottage
Between the plays there will be An Interlude of Scots Songs and Choruses.
(Aberdeen Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: George Reston Malloch
Comedy By: Joe Corrie
Daniel Neish: James Gibson
Isabella Neish: Meg Buchanan
Mary Brown: Norah Irvine
A Stranger: Keith Rowe
Tom: James Gibson
Tessie ' his wife: Meg Buchanan
Molly, his daughter: May Shaw
Peter, his friend: Graham Squire








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