T. G. HENDERSON : ' The present position of the Scottish Milk Marketing
Scheme ' (From Glasgow)
The Milk Marketing Scheme, an important Government measure designed to help the dairy farmer, has come in for a great deal of criticism during the summer. Mr. T. G. Henderson will review the whole position of the Milk Marketing Scheme in the light of its most recent developments.
Mr. T. G.
IAN McLEAN (comedian)
JANETTE SCLANDERS (soprano)
MATTHEW DICKIE (tenor)
IAN SADLER (recitations)
BETTY HALL (crooner)
MATT and BILLIE and their piano accordions
CISSIE LANG (comedienne)
GORDON STEPHEN (entertainer)
Supported by HARRY CARMICHAEL and his
The Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
LAELIA FINNEBERG (soprano)
MARIE WILSON (violin) MYRA HESS (pianoforte)
(Led by MARIE WILSON )
Conducted by Sir HENRY WOOD
(The time of performance marked against each item should be taken as approximate)
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