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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Reception Test

: The Scottish Countryside 10—' The World's Farm/

W. G. OGG , Ph.D., Director of the Macaulay Institute for Soil Research

Contributors

Unknown: W. G. Ogg

: World History

Interlude—10
' The Railway comes'
RHODA POWER
(From National)

: Music

'Time and Tune'
HERBERT WISEMAN , Director of Music to the Edinburgh Corporation Education Committee
9—' Revision of Songs '

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Wiseman

: MID-WEEK SERVICE

Conducted by the Rev. J. W. STEVENSON
Culter Parish Church, Biggar

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. J. W. Stevenson

: Scottish Children's Hour

' From the Musical Chair'
Professor MacMinim's last talk in this series is entitled : ' With a Toot of the Flute and a Twiddle of the Fiddle '

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: A Gaelic Concert

HILDA M. CAMPBELL (Airds)
(mezzo-soprano)
FLORA MACLENNAN (contralto)
JAMES C. MACPHEE (tenor)

Contributors

Unknown: Hilda M. Campbell
Contralto: Flora MacLennan

: Variety

BOBBY TELFORD and HAROLD PRYDE
Comedians
HESTER PATON BROWN in ' Popsy ' again
ELLIOT DOBIE
Bass-Baritone
HARRY CARMICHAEL and a Piano
THE THREE COLLEGE BOYS
Students in Rhythm and Harmony
HAL D. STEWART , GEORGE MURRAY , IAN SADLER and MAY
SHAW in ' We Were Hooching ! ' or ' The Wide Clyde rolls between us,
Love'
An Interlude, with Music by ALAIN DE LA MALMAISON
The programme supported by HARRY CARMICHAEL AND HIS BAND

Contributors

Unknown: Bobby Telford
Unknown: Harold Pryde
Unknown: Hester Paton Brown
Bass-Baritone: Elliot Dobie
Bass-Baritone: Harry Carmichael
Unknown: Hal D. Stewart
Unknown: George Murray
Unknown: Ian Sadler
Unknown: Harry Carmichael

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News








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