Farther into Fairyland: To-day we are going to take you across the borders into that mysterious country, where our
Scottish Fairies live
' The Lure of the Kelpie by HELEN DREVER
' The Fairy Road thro' the Highlands', ', a story by MORTIMER BATTEN
Fairy Songs: KATHLEEN HAY and Uncle DUDLEY
Relayed from the Model Studio, the Scottish National Radio Exhibition.
Waverley Market, Edinburgh
ELLIS DRAKE and JACK FRASER in Comedy
JOSEPHINE HEALY , soprano
UMBERTO DEMARCO, tenor
RUBY DUNCAN , syncopated pianist
ANNA DONALD and A. DRYSDALE
PATTERSON in 'Janet Armstrong ' a sketch adapted from JOSEPH LAING
NAYSMITH and CUNNINGHAM, two accordions
JOCK MCKENDRICK, comedian with THE FRANK MOY QUINTET in Favourite Waltzes
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