2.10 Scottish Social History
4. Interlude : Round the Clock in a Thirteenth Century Burgh
R. L. MACKtE
The time is half-past five on the rooming of March 20, l2S6 ; the place, a house overlooking the Mercat Gait, or as it is called now, the High Street pf Dundee. After the burgh minstre) has aroused the s!umbering town, the voices which we sha)) hear are those of the master of the house, who is a merchant, his wife, and his son, a boy of twelve. The chief characters are Gilbert, a merchant. Emma, his wife. John, his son.
2.35 Science, Course 2
'Living Things, Their Activities and relationships'
4—' Intelligence '
A. D. PEACOCK (Professor of Natural
History, University College, Dundee)
' The Pipes of Pan '
ROBERT KERR will speak about the use of the reed as a musical instrument aU over the world and A VENA NORFOR, assisted by members of The Edinburgh Branch of the Pipers Guild, will give a short recital on hand-made pipe instruments, and will tell how these can be made
Animal Songs by Uncle DUDLEY
Conductor, MARGARET S. HOY
The Edinburgh Gaelic Choir will be welcomed to the microphone tonight if the enthusiasm with which its performances are always received in Edinburgh is any criterion. The conductor. Miss Hoy, is a member of the teaching staff of Tynecastle School, Edinburgh, and a member of the Scottish Sub-council for School Broadcasting.
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