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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

RECEPTION TEST

: Elementary French

Ey J. J. OBERLIN , B.A., and Mme.
OBERLIN
Poesie: Noel (Theophile Gautier)
Chantons : Voici la Noel

Contributors

Unknown: J. J. OBErlin

: English Literature

' Composition,' by A. TURNBULL, M.A.
12-' Words that ' fit ' (Precision)

: Topic of the Week

' Industrial Relations '
.JOHN HILTON, Professor of Industrial Relations in the University of Cambridge
(From National)

: Scottish Children's Hour

'Christine Orr - Her Programme
Today CHRISTINE ORR will introduce us to a Children's Hour of long ago

Contributors

Unknown: Christine Orr
Unknown: Christine Orr

: ' The First News '

including Weather Forecast, followed by Scottish Announcements and Scottish Market Prices for Farmers

: Gaelic Lesson-II

JOHN A. NICOLSON

Contributors

Unknown: John A. Nicolson

: 'Spare Time: Making the best of it'

ARTHUR B. WRIGHT : Recreations '

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur B. Wright

: 'The Great Adventure'

A Comedy of pre-war London by ARNOLD BENNETT
The characters are :
Act I. The front room of Ilam Carve's house, 126, Redcliffe Gardens , during an evening in August.
Act II. A private room at the Grand
Babylon Hotel, the following day.
Act III. Janet's sitting-room at
Werter Road, Putney, two years later.
Act IV. Lord Leonard Alcar 's study,
Grosvenor Gardens, next afternoon.
Adapted and produced by S. A. BULLOCH
(From London Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Arnold Bennett
Unknown: Redcliffe Gardens
Unknown: Lord Leonard Alcar
Produced By: S. A. Bulloch
Ilam Carve, a famous painter: Harold Scott
Albert Shawn, Ham's valet: Norman Shelley
Doctor Pascoe: Matthew Boulton
Janet Cannot, a widow: Hilda Trevelyan
Cyrus Carve, Ham's cousin, a City auctioneer: Andrew Churchman
Father Looe, a Catholic priest: A. Harding Steerman
Honoria Looe, sister of Father Looe: Barbara Couper
Peter Horning, a Xjournalist: Norman Shelley
Ebag, a picture dealer: Carleton Hobbs
Lord Leonard Alcar: Robert Gilbert
Texal, an American millionaire: Cecil Brooking
A Servant: Matthew Boulton

: A Recital of Scots Music

PHILIP MALCOLM (baritone)

Contributors

Baritone: Philip Malcolm

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News








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