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CHORLEY and CONNER (comedians)
J. M HAMILTON in solos, and with NELLIE McNAB in duet
McKENZIE REID , champion accordionist
Simpson BURNS , Scots humorist and THE ST. MUNGO QUARTET :
Mae Johnston (soprano)
Maggie Robertson (contralto)
Peter Richardson (tenor)
David Clark (bass)
The programme specially arranged by EX-BAILLIE THOMSON
A New Year Festival of Song and Dance from the Concert Hall of Scottish Broadcasting House
To all intents and purposes this programme is a repeat of the very successful Scottish Hour which was broadcast a year ago. Readers will remember that one of the interesting features ot the last Scottish Hour was the number s of B.B.C. staff participating in the programme as well as popular artists c who contribute to programmes during the year. Listeners might very well amuse themselves by running a little competition : Whose voice was that ?
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