2.0 News Review
ALEXANDER GRAY, Professor of Political
Economy in the University of Edinburgh
2.10 Speech Training
ANNE H. McALLISTER
7-' Long Vowel oh and Short Vowel u'
2.35 Concerts for Schools-
Arranged and presented by HERBERT WISEMAN
7-The Songs of Wale3
3.10 Nature Study
Common Animals and Plants of House and Street'
JAMES RITCHIE , D.Sc., Professor of Natural History in the University of Aberdeen
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
Science-2, Keeping Cool
J. B. S. HALDANE , F.R.S., Professor of Genetics in the University of London
J. B. S.
by 'THE GOMERIL' introducing the second of a series of what might be called Bee-heidit views of the contemporary Scottish scene as it strikes ' The Gomeril an observer whose private conviction seems to be that there is not only a Bee in most bonnets, but a Hive in every hat
R. E. KINGSLEY
JAMES K. URQUHART
At the Pianos,
DOUGLAS STEEN and CAMPBELL MCPHEE
Music by CAMERON ANDERSON
Produced by ROBIN RUSSELL
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