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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping

: SCOTLAND

versus
ENGLAND
International Association
Football Match
Combined Military Bands of the 5th/8th Battalion and 7th Battalion
THE CAMERONIANS and Massed Pipe Bands of the 5th, 6th, 7th, and 9th Battalions THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
(By kind p ermission of the Officers Commanding the respective units)

: A Running Commentary on the Match

by GEORGE F. ALLISON
Relayed from Hampden Park, Glasgow
(Copyright. See notice on page 54)
(Follow the commentary on the plan on page 76)

Contributors

Unknown: George F. Allison

: Scottish Children's Hour

Wee Willie Winkie :
His own Programme of Songs, Stories, and Records

: The First News

including Weather Forecast, followed by Scottish Announcements and Scottish Sports Bulletin

: The Week in Scotland

FRANK MORAN

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Moran

: THE ROYAL CARL ROSA OPERA COMPANY

presents
WaJIace's Opera
' Maritana '
Relayed from
The King's Theatre, Glasgow
Cast
ACT I, A Square in Seville
Conductor, IVAN CLAYTON

Contributors

Conductor: Ivan Clayton
Maritana: Mabel Baker
The King: Howell Glynne
Don Josd: Hubert Dunkerley
Don Cesare: Godfrey Stirling
Lazarillo: Betty Thompson
Captain of the Guard: Charles Draper
The Alcade: Ivor Adams
The Marquis de Montefiore: Gwilym Jones
The Marchioness: Vanwy Davies

: SCOTLAND V. ENGLAND

An Eye-witness account by CAMPBELL BILNEY of the International Association
Football Match

: ' Maritana '

(continued)
ACT II
Scene I, The Prison
Scene 2, In the Palace of Montefiori

: 'And They're wi' us Yet'

A Collection of Glasgow Types from University Verses of Edwardian Times, sandwiched between
Melodious Memories and presented by ELSIE BROTCHIE and R. B. WHARRIE and from the same source as a tail-piece
A Villanelle of the Dancers of THE TILLER TROUPE

Contributors

Presented By: Elsie Brotchie
Presented By: R. B. Wharrie

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. Seepage 77)








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