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: Scottish Children's Hour

' All Story Day '
Today you will hear many kinds of stories told by different people
' H.M.T. Neuralia visits the Baltic '— told by HENRY M. GIBSON AITKEN ,
D.Sc., F.C.S.

Contributors

Told By: Henry M. Gibson Aitken

: , Greemvich THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast, followed by Scottish Announcements

: SUNSHINE FOLLIES

with BERT DENVER
HARRY NIBLOCK
PERCY GARSIDE
ELSIE GRIFFIN
ERIC COLE
MORRELL SISTERS
MOLLY MILNE
SIX GORDON RAY GIRLS
BENNIE LOBAN and his music weavers
Produced by JIMMIE CURRIE
Relayed from the Pavilion Theatre,
Perth

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Denver
Unknown: Harry Niblock
Unknown: Percy Garside
Unknown: Elsie Griffin
Unknown: Eric Cole
Unknown: Molly Milne
Unknown: Gordon Ray Girls
Unknown: Bennie Loban
Produced By: Jimmie Currie

: The Song and Story

of the Gael by The Rev. KENNETH MACLEOD , of Gigha, with musical illustrations by HUGH MACKAY (tenor)
Dr. Kenneth Macleod is the minister of Gigha. He will be remembered for his famous collaboration with the late Mrs. Kennedy-Fraser in collecting and publishing the ' Songs of the Hebrides '. He is a Gaelic enthusiast with a modest disposition, who gets little recognition for all the work he has done to preserve the vanishing music of the Western Isles. He was last heard in the Scottish programme in January, 1934. Hugh Mackay has been associated with Dr. Macleod for a long time in popularising Hebridean songs. He is popular throughout the country for his work with the Arts League of Service.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Kenneth MacLeod
Tenor: Hugh MacKay
Tenor: Dr. Kenneth MacLeod
Unknown: Hugh MacKay

: THE NEW LIGHT ORCHESTRA

Leader, HARRY CARPENTER
Conductor, KEMLO STEPHEN
ELLIOT DOBIE (bass-baritone)

Contributors

Leader: Harry Carpenter
Conductor: Kemlo Stephen
Bass-Baritone: Elliot Dobie

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 27)








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