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Reception Test
2.5 Scottish History
' Makers of Scotland'
2—' Montrose and Argyll — Crown and Covenant'
J. D. MACKIE , Professor of Scottish History in the University of Glasgow
2.25 Interval
2.30 Biology
' Living Things : Their Vital Activities'
2—' What we eat'
R. C. GARRY , Professor of Physiology, University College, Dundee, University of St. Andrews


Unknown: J. D. MacKie
Unknown: R. C. Garry

: The Choral and Orchestral Union of Glasgow THE SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA

Relayed from St. Andrew's Hall,
(By arrangement with the Glasgow Corporation
, Education Committee')


Conducted By: John Barbirolli

: Scottish Children's Hour

'Exit the Roadmender '
' Wee Jock lives happily ever after', by ROBERT MACMASTER Party Games and Music and A. K. MACDONALD in a talk, ' A post-mark that figured in a famous trial'


Unknown: Robert MacMaster
Unknown: A. K. MacDonald


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

: New Ventures in Scotland-9

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


Unknown: Norman C. Wright

: If He Came Back Today'

A Fantasy for Broadcasting by ALLAN MACKINNON
And Toast-master, Diners, etc.
Time : The present
The scenes are:
I. The Jacobite Dinner 2. A Stateroom
3. The MacDonald House 4. MacDonald's Office 5. Loch Lomond
6. Charles' Bedroom 7. A Crowded Hall 8. A Parked Car
9. Charles' Bedroom
10. The Jacobite Dinner
Production by GORDON GILDARD


Broadcasting By: Allan MacKinnon
Production By: Gordon Gildard
The Duke of Drambuie, A Scots Noble man: James Smith Campbell
Prince Charles Edward, the Young Pretender: Tom Smith
A Ship's Steward: Frank Eynstone
Hiram J Peabody, an American: Masson Roberts
Sheila, a nice girl: Joan McArthur
Mrs MacDonald, a decent soul: Belina Miller
Mr Cameron, a Jacobite business man: James Sloan
Mr MacDonald, another of the same: Harold Wightman
Denis O'Callighan, a patriotic Scotsman: Frank Eynstone


including Weather Forecast

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