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: Scottish Children's Hour

LAURENCE MORGAN in ' Songs of the Fair', by Easthope Martin
HOWARD will read another of the Roadmender's Yams
' Wee Jock at the Fair', by ROBERT MACMASTER
A. K. MACDONALD , in a talk to Junior
Stamp Collectors


Unknown: Laurence Morgan
Unknown: Easthope Martin
Unknown: Robert MacMaster
Unknown: A. K. MacDonald


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

: An Eye-Witness Account, by

JOHN JAMES MILLER , of the Scottish National Sheep-dog Trials at Helensburgh
The Scottish National Sheep-dog Trials are the biggest event of the kind in the year. The trials are being staged this year at Helensburgh, and John James Miller, who will give this eye-witness account of them, is well known in Scotland as a graphic and lively writer on a great many different kinds of sport. He was last heard on the air some fifteen months ago in a talk on ' Thirty Years of Highland Games '.


Unknown: John James Miller
Unknown: John James

: A Gaelic Concert

MARY C. MACNIVEN (soprano)
MARGARET MacINNES (contralto)
ANGUS WHYTE (baritone)


Contralto: Margaret MacInnes
Baritone: Angus Whyte


Weather Forecast and News

: Piping and Fiddling

JOHN MARR (violin)


Unknown: Major J. Sutherland
Violin: John Marr


(Regional Programme. See page 35)

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