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: Scottish Children's Hour

DONALD RAMSAY in Gaelic Songs
The Roadmender Yarns-8
'Wee Jock flies high' by ROBERT MACMASTER and More ' Stories in Music', played by GERALD SHAW
Gerald Shaw was born in 1911, and lost as little time as possible in taking up the study of music. He learned to play the organ in Edinburgh, and at the age of seventeen was appointed music-and-odd-jobs master at a preparatory school in Hastings. He stuck this for four years, but jumped at the chance of playing a cinema organ in that town. He came to the Regal Cinema, Glasgow, in 1933, and began to broadcast fairly regularly next year. His father is Captain Frank H. Shaw , who is known a, a writer of sea stories, and also as a radio dramatist.

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Ramsay
Unknown: Robert MacMaster
Played By: Gerald Shaw
Played By: Gerald Shaw
Unknown: Captain Frank H. Shaw

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: SCOTLAND V. ENGLAND

A Running Commentary by R. E. KINGSLEY on the Second Half of the Association Football International
(in aid of King George's Jubilee Trust
Fund)
. Relayed from
Hampden Park, Glasgow

Contributors

Commentary By: R. E. Kingsley

: A Gaelic Recital

MARGRAT M. DUNCAN (soprano)
GERALD SHAW (pianoforte)

Contributors

Soprano: M. Duncan

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: Scottish Dance Music

THE JOHN MACARTHUR QUINTET
Directed by JOHN MACARTHUR

Contributors

Unknown: John MacArthur
Directed By: John MacArthur

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 42)








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