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: Scottish Children's Hour

The Roadmender Yarns
'Wee Jock at a Party', by ROBERT MACMASTER
Requests to be sung and played: MACKENZIE REID , piano accordion
Crue DAVIDSON , contralto
A. K. MACDONALD : A Stamp that made History'

Contributors

Unknown: Robert MacMaster
Piano: MacKenzie Reid
Contralto: Crue Davidson
Contralto: A. K. MacDonald

: The First News

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

: Failte is Furan na Sean Bhliadhn' Uire (Ceilidh)

(An Old New Year's Ceilidh)
Tha sean chleachdaidheann a' dol a bith agus gu trie tha m6ran de na nithean anns an robh ar n-athraichean ag gabhail tlachd air an cur ann an suarachas agus gu math bitheanta air an di-chuimhneachadh gu buileach. Tha sinn mar so te6ma air a bhi ag call seallaidh air m6ran de na nosan a bha iadsan ag gnathachadh agus a bha gle choitchiohn ann am beatha an t-sluaigh. Chan'eil ach beag iomradh an diugh air cleasan na Sean Bhliadhn ' Uire. Cha robh am eile de'n bhliadhna ris am bu mhotha suit, agus bha sean agus 6g ag cumail na sean Bhliadhn' Uire le agh is furan. Biodh rannan Calluinn 'gan gabhail agus bha iomadh cleas aig an oigridh gu sonraichte nach 'eil aca an diugh.
An nochd tha cuid de na gillean a rugadh ann an tigh an seanair a' toirt Ceilidh dhuinn agus mar a bheil sinn meallta leigidh iad ris dhuinn ciod na nithean a bhatar a' deanamh 'nuair a bu bhe6 an seanmhathair is i na cailin 6ig.

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Bhliadhn

: New Ventures in Scotland —7

NORMAN C. WRIGHT , Ph.D., Director of the Hannah Research Institute, Ayr

Contributors

Unknown: Norman C. Wright

: Excerpts from The Fifty-Sixth Royal Princess's Pantomime Entirely New and Original entitled Tammie Toddles

Built for fun with GEORGE WEST and SYLVIA WATT
Produced by HARRY McKELVIE
Relayed from the Royal Princess's
Theatre, Glasgow with Interludes of Dance Music by JACK ANSELL and his BAND
Under the direction of Louis FREEMAN
Relayed from
The Playhouse Ballroom, Glasgow

Contributors

Produced By: Harry McKelvie
Music By: Jack Ansell
Unknown: Louis Freeman

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: SCOTTISH DANCE MUSIC

THE SCOTTISH
STUDIO ORCHESTRA

: DANCE MUSIC

JACK PAYNE WITH HIS BAND
(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Payne








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