Conducted by JOHN BARBIROLLI
St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow by arrangement with the Glasgow
Corporation Education Committee This relay of the Scottish Orchestra is the first of a series of eight which will be broadcast to Scottish schools by arrangement with the Glasgow Corporation Education Committee. Four concerts will be given this year and four in the spring of next. Teachers in the more remote parts of the country will welcome this opportunity of letting their pupils hear a first-class orchestra.
'Tell me why': Nature Talks by H. MORTIMER BATTEN
Mr. Batten will continue to answer questions and will also talk about' Wild
Children of the Winter', mentioning the birds which come to our shores especially in the winter months, and the wild creatures such as the snow bunting, the mountain hare, and the stoat, which acquire white coats in the months of snow.
' The adventure of Alison and Alastair ', by ANNE STEWART
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