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: Scottish Children's Hour

'Two's Company'
(And Good Company, too)
It is said that two into one
Is a thing that cannot be done, But Brer Rabbit and Tink Had a very long think
And Variety makes up the sum.


including Weather Forecast, followed by Scottish Announcements


At the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
A lightning switch of twenty-five popular dance tunes of four or five years ago

: An Eye-Witness Account of The

Scottish League Match, Aberdeen v. Celtic, by HARRY YOUNG (Tarn o'
Shanter ' of The Daily Herald)
(From Aberdeen)

: ' In the Swim'

Relayed from Prestwick Bathing Lake
Listeners will hear diving, swimming, shooting the chute, interviews by JACK HousE with some of the swimmers, the oldest and youngest bathers, a life-guard, a champion swimmer, with Jack Thomson , the superintendent of the Lake, and, it is hoped, with a miner who works far beneath the Lake.
This is the first broadcast to be given in Scotland from an open-air swimming pool. Mr. Jack Thomson is cooperating in presenting an impression of twenty-five minutes' aquatic activities. Besides the interview with the miner who works underneath the lake during the day and comes up at night for a swim, listeners will be introduced to the engineer who is in charge of the pumping operations and who had, on one occasion, to pump all the water out of the lake to find a set of false teeth which an unfortunate bather had lost while swimming.


Unknown: Jack House
Unknown: Jack Thomson
Unknown: Mr. Jack Thomson

: The Week in Scotland



Unknown: George Blake


Weather Forecast and News


(Regional Programme. See page 57)

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