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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

French Dialogue-6
' L'Arbre de Noël'
M. THIÉRY and CAMILLE VIÈRE
(From National)

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

RECEPTION TEST

: Scottish Social History

12-Interlude : Benighted (Melrose
Abbey, Christmas Eve, 1191)
By R. L. MACKIE

Contributors

Unknown: R. L. MacKie

: Science, Course 2

- 'Living Things and Their Activities'
12-' The brain and spinal cord , by R. C GARRY , Senior Physiologist,
Rowett Institute, Aberdeen

Contributors

Unknown: R. C Garry

: THE CHORAL and ORCHESTRAL UNION OF GLASGOW

THE SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN BARBIROLLI
Relayed from
St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow
(By arrangemmtwiththeGlasgowCorporation
Education Committee)

Contributors

Conducted By: John Barbirolli

: Scottish Children's Hour

' Here's Music (No. 4) from Germany'
Played by THE JOHN MAcARTHUR
QUINTET

: ' The First News'

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

: An Odd Concert

Half an Hour of Unusual Musical Alliances
(From Aberdeen)

Contributors

1. Violin: Lilias Dunlop
Contralto: Marjory Lorimer
2. Fiddle: Alec Sim
Miniature Bag-pipes Pipe-Major: Charles Smith
3. Accordion: Henry Kilminster
Musical Saw: Stephen Kilminster
4. Jew's Harp: Willie Kemp
Mouth Organ: Donald Davidson

: ' News for Young Scotland '

J. MORRISON GUNN

Contributors

Unknown: J. Morrison Gunn

: Changing Scotland

SAM MAVOR: Changes in Industry '

: A Gaelic Concert

DUNCAN MACLELLAN
(tenor)
EDITH TAYLOR (clarsach)
THE GOVAN GAELIC CHOIR
Conductor, P. SANDEMAN , Jr.

Contributors

Tenor: Duncan MacLellan
Clarsach: Edith Taylor
Conductor: P. Sandeman

: ' The Second News'

including Weather Forecast

: Scottish Dance Music

A Programme of Gramophone Records








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