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: A Programme of Gramophone Records

The Pro Arte Quartet: Quartet in G, Op. 77, No. i (Haydn)—1. Allegro moderato ; 2. Adagio ; 3. Menuetto ; Presto and Trio ; 4. Finale : Presto

: For the Schools

Reception Test
2.30 World History-5
' Mohammed'
RHODA POWER
(From National)
2.50 A Programme of Gramophone Records
3.10 FOR THE SCHOOLS
Science, Course r
The Earth and its Inhabitants—5
' Life in the Desert'
JAMES RITCHIE (Professor of Natural History in the University of Aberdeen)
3.30 Interval
3-35 Early Stages in German
Lesson 5
MARGOT BERGER
(From National)

Contributors

Unknown: James Ritchie
Unknown: Margot Berger

: Scottish Children's Hour

Request Songs, Stories, and Pianoforte Solos

: The First News

including Weather Forecast, followed by Scottish Announcements

: Stories from the Norse-3

'Kari : The Perfect Friend '
ERIC LINKLATER
(From Aberdeen)

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Linklater

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

' Pastoral'
The Music of Nymphs and Shepherds

: THE KNIGHTSWOOD BRASS BAND

Conductor, JAMES ELLIS
GORDON STEPHEN (entertainer)
The Knightswood Brass Band was formed by miners jn 1877, when Knightswood was a mining district. When the pits were worked out the small community had to find other work, and as a result financial and personal worries harassed the Band and hindered its development. On the outbreak of war in 1914, almost the entire personnel enlisted. Knightswood village was taken over by Glasgow in 1912, and now in the place of pits there is one of the largest garden cities in Scotland. The Band has made remarkable progress since 1931 and its ambition is to secure a permanent place among the foremost bands of the country.
Gordon Stephen first came to the microphone three years ago and is well-known on concert platforms. He writes most of his songs and readings himself. As a member of the Glasgow Pantheon Club he played comedy parts in The Arcadians, High Jinks, The Quaker Girl, The Toreador, and The Dancing Mistress.

Contributors

Conductor: James Ellis
Conductor: Gordon Stephen
Unknown: Gordon Stephen

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

: Scottish Dance Music

THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA








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