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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping

: Scottish Children's Hour

Variety with MACKENZIE REID
ELSIE PAYNE
A. K. MACDONALD
HOWARD M. LOCKHART and ' Peter and the Piano '
A Musical Sketch by Elsie Ballantyne

Contributors

Unknown: MacKenzie Reid
Unknown: Elsie Payne
Unknown: A. K. MacDonald
Unknown: Howard M. Lockhart
Unknown: Elsie Ballantyne

: 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 Gaelic transmission. It may be a talk, announcements of interest to Gaeli - 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.

: GREENOCK GAELIC CHOIR

Conductor,
IAN A. MACDONALD
EFFIE WATSON
MARIE W. PATON
HELEN McDIARMID and DUNCAN McLELLAN
ALLAN MACLEAN
This choir was formed from a nucleus of the choir that competed at the Mod held in Greenock in 1904. It was discontinued during the war, and was revived for the Greenock Mod in 1925 and since then has frequently appeared in the Mod prize list. Their excellent Gaelic is due to the ability and enthusiam of their Gaelic teacher, John MacKenzie , who is a native of the Island of Lewis.

Contributors

Conductor: Ian A. MacDonald
Conductor: Effie Watson
Conductor: Marie W. Paton
Unknown: Helen McDiarmid
Unknown: Duncan McLellan
Unknown: Allan MacLean
Unknown: John MacKenzie

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 38)








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