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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping

: Scottish Children's Hour

Uncle Dudley's Guest Day

: The First News

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

: ' Aitealan O'n lar'

During the coming spring and summer months there will be broadcast under the above heading a regular Gaclic transmission. It may be a talk, announcements of interest to Gaelic-speaking Scots, a story, a short play, or songs, but the actual nature of the broadcast will not be revealed until the announcement. This twenty minutes on Tuesday nights will therefore be in the nature of a Gaelic surprise item.

: ' Tomorrow Night's Concert at Dundee'

W. G. WHITTAKER , D.Mus.

Contributors

Unknown: W. G. Whittaker

: The Fifty-fifth Royal Princess's Pantomime Entirely New and Original entitled ' Tammie Shanter'

Produced by HARRY McKELVIE
Relayed from
The Royal Princess's Theatre,
* Glasgow
Characters and andand
Full Chorus under the direction of DAISIE DARNLEY
Musical Director, ROBERT McLEOD
Excerpts from Scene 4, ' On Board the Jolly Roger ', and Scene 5, On Chinese
Territory '

Contributors

Produced By: Harry McKelvie
Director: Robert McLeod
Jack Fairweather (a sport in any kind of weather): Kitty Franklyn
Polly (the Premier's daughter): Maia Barrie
The Premier (with no balance to his Budget): Herbert Evelyn
Sea Wrecker: Herbert Evelyn
Baron Barnacle (with one bad deed a day): John Traynor
Herinothapha (the Seer): John Traynor
Lawyer Larboard (just as bad-maybe worse !): .Jack Raymond
Fairy Brilliant (the guiding light of Jack's adventures): Nora Harrington
Cockie Crabtree and Bendie Bowsprit (just a couple of fellas: Frank Richards
Cockie Crabtree and Bendie Bowsprit (just a couple of fellas: Billy Norton
Lieutenant Lovelace (of the King's Navee): Edith Thomson
Prudence (in love with the handsome Lieutenant): Minnie Thomson
Tallulah (the Terror o' the Laun'): Sylvia Watt
Tammie Shanter (Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, and Sailor): George West
Mustapha: Ernie And Gene
Mustapha: Ernie And Gene
King Fuszi: Ernie And Gene
King Fuszi: Ernie Andgene

: The Trial of Thomas Muir

Before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, August, 1793
The account of the trial has been freely adapted from existing records by W. CUMMING TAIT
The play has a prologue and epilogue with the main scene in the High Court of Justiciary, Edinburgh
Characters in order of their speaking
Production by GORDON GILDARD
Thomas Muir , younger, of Huntershill, was tried on August 30, 1793, for ' wickedly and feloniously exciting by means of seditious speeches and harangues a spirit of disloyalty and disaffection to the King and the established Government', and so on, and was found guilty of the crime libelled. The Lord Justice Clerk and Lords Commissioners of the Justiciary adjudged Thomas Muir to be ' transported beyond seas to such place as His Majesty with the advice of his Privy Council shall declare and appoint and that for the space of fourteen years'.
In preparing this trial for the microphone, Mr. Cumming Tait has made fairly free use of the existing records and suggests that there was more behind the evidence of Anne Fisher than was apparent at the time of the trial. Anne, who was a maidservant to Thomas Muir and was in love with him, appears both in the prologue and the epilogue. When her love was not reciprocated she decided on vengeance. Mr. Tait suggests that this was the reason why she was so vindictive in her evidence.

Contributors

Unknown: W. Cumming Tait
Production By: Gordon Gildard
Production By: Thomas Muir
Unknown: Thomas Muir
Unknown: Mr. Cumming Tait
Unknown: Anne Fisher
Unknown: Thomas Muir
Henry Freeland, Weaver, Kirkin tilloch: James Anderson
Thomas Muir: Harold Wightman
Anne Fisher, Maidservant, Glasgow: Meg Buchanan
Lord Braxfield, Lord Justice Clerk: Halbert Tatlock
Clerk of Court: Tom Smith
Captain John Inglis: William McLnlay
Alexander Johnston, Bleacher, Campsie: James Sloan
The Solicitor GeneraL: R J Buchanan
The Lord Advocate: William Crichton
Robert Weddell, Weaver, Kirkintilloch: Masson Roberts
Thomas Wilson, Hairdresser, Glasgow: Alan McKill
William Skirving, Edinburgh: Douglas Allen
David Dale, Junior, Glasgow: John Catford
William Reid, Bookseller, Glasgow: C. R. M. Brookes
Mrs Burnett: Belina Miller

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 40)








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