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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

RECEPTION TEST

: Geography

'Europe and its Peoples', 4-' Belgium', by Emeritus Professor C.
SAROLEA
(From Edinburgh)
Emeritus Professor C. Sarolea who before his retirement was Professor of French in the University of Edinburgh, is one of our most distinguished living linguists. He was a close friend of the late King of the Belgians, and accompanied him on a trip to South
America. Professor Sarolea will show that although Belgium contains two races and has two languages itisone nation. He will describe the densely populated industrial area and intensive agriculture.

Contributors

Unknown: Professor C. Sarolea

: Scottish Children's Hour

' A Day at a Restaurant'
'The Aberdeen Animals decide to wait and see'

: ' The First News'

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

: Gardening Talk

GEORGE M. TAYLOR : Hardy Liliums , and how to grow them' (From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Unknown: George M. Taylor
Unknown: Hardy Liliums

: ' Next week you'll hear'

Excerpts from programmes in the week beginning October 21
(From Edinburgh)

: THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by GUY DAINES
JEAN CRAIG (mezzo-soprano)
Relayed from The Model Studio, The Scottish National Radio Exhibition;
Waverley Market, Edinburgh

Contributors

Directed By: Guy Daines
Mezzo-Soprano: Jean Craig

: For Scottish Farmers in Particular

A. D. BUCHANAN-SMITH
(From Edinburgh)
These fortnightly talks are complementary to the talks to farmers broadcast on Wednesdays in the National programme. Climatic and other conditions vary from those obtaining in England, and it is hoped that the new Scottish series will prove useful in its specific application to Scottish conditions.
Mr. A. D. Buchanan-Smith is a research lecturer in the University of Edinburgh and has charge of the work in the Institute of Animal Genetics which relates to the improvement of the larger farm animals, horses, cattle and pigs.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. A. D. Buchanan-Smith

: S.C.W.S. PRIZE BRASS BAND

Conductor, D. S. FLEMING
Relayed from The Model Studio, The
Scottish National Radio Exhibition,
Waverley Market, Edinburgh

Contributors

Conductor: D. S. Fleming

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

: THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA

in Scottish Dance Music
(From Edinburgh)








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