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: Scottish Children's Hour

A Surprise Item
5.35 'Here and There' a Summary of the Week's News by Commander STEPHEN KING-HALL
(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen King-Hall

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: Next Week You'll Hear ...

Excerpts from programmes for the week beginning July 28

: For Scottish Farmers in Particular

W. G. R. PATERSON , B.Sc., N.D.A.
(Hons.)

Contributors

Unknown: G. R. Paterson

: THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA

MAURICE CLARE (violin)

Contributors

Violin: Maurice Clare

: 'Return to Clyde'

A Play specially written for broadcasting by EDWARD SHIELS
Characters
Jock, another engineer Masson Roberts and ship-yard workers and seamen, played by Albert Chalmers , Archibald Henderson , Wm. Jardine, J. W. Michie , David Mowat , Caven Watson ,
Eric Wightman
The action takes place on the s.s. Marmora ; the living-room of the Stuart's home in Glasgow ; and a Clyde shipbuilding yard
The s.s. Marmora has completed a long life of usefulness and is returning to Glasgow to be broken up. During the last few miles of the voyage the Second Engineer tells Mr. Young, a passenger, how much the old ship means to him. His father had taken a part in her building and, indeed, had been killed almost on the spot where they now stand talking. This play was first broadcast on July 9, 1934, and has been selected for revival as one of the most popular broadcasts in that year. The author, Edward Shiels , has had an unusually eventful career. He began ; as a grocer's errand-boy, then worked in a picture house, was a waiter, and served a five-years' apprenticeship in Beard-more's shipyard, Dalmuir. He intended to go to sea. but was prevented from doing so by ill-health. He then worked in a sewing-machine factory, and on leaving, took up journalism. He wrote
' Return to Clyde ' as a salute to his old fellow-workers, believing them to be the finest type in the world and in the hope that it would lead to their better appreciation, gangsters and other
. malcontents not being typical of Clydeside.

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Edward Shiels
Unknown: Masson Roberts
Played By: Albert Chalmers
Played By: Archibald Henderson
Unknown: J. W. Michie
Unknown: David Mowat
Unknown: Caven Watson
Unknown: Eric Wightman
Unknown: Edward Shiels
Mr Young, a passenger: A J Crawford
The Second Engineer, s s ' Marmora ': Tom Smith
Alick Stuart, a Clydeside engineer: James Sloan
Jean, his wife: Meg Buchanan
Jimmy, his son: Elsie Payne

: MARGARET ALLAN

(soprano)
PHILIP MALCOLM (baritone) accompanied by THE SCOTTISH
STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Baritone: Philip Malcolm

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News








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