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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Reception Test

: Scottish History '

Makers of Scotland'-2
' The New Industries '—3
HENRY HAMILTON , D.Litt., Lecturer in .Economic History in the University of Aberdeen

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Hamilton

: Biology

' Living Things : Their Vital Activities'
2—' The Human Heart'
R. C. GARRY , Professor of Physiology University College, Dundee, The
University of St. Andrews

Contributors

Unknown: R. C. Garry

: Scottish Children's Hour

Ballads and Songs of the North and A Story, ' Scotty and Co', part 3 by ROBERT MACMASTER

Contributors

Unknown: Robert MacMaster

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: For Scottish Farmers

' Sale by Grade and Dead Weight'
A. W. ANDERSON

Contributors

Unknown: A. W. Anderson

: Variety

from
THE EMPRESS PLAYHOUSE,
GLASGOW

: Scottish Music of Today THE B B C SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA

Leader, J. MOULAND BEGBIE
Conducted by ERIK CHISHOLM
ERIK CHISHOLM (pianoforte)
Music by Erik Chisholm
ORCHESTRA
Overture for Chamber Orchestra
ERIK CHISHOLM
Highland Sketches Two Pibrochs
ORCHESTRA
Straloch Suite for Orchestra
I. Allegretto; 2. Allegro con energico; 3. Musette ; 4. Ostinato ; 5. Air; 6. Canaries ; 7. The Buffens
From time to time in the short history of Scottish broadcasting the composer and the conductor have been given opportunities to project their art by means of the microphone to the farthest bounds of Scotland. Tonight a new series begins which will be contributed to by David Stephen , W. B. Moonie , Francis G. Scott , Cedric Thorpe Davie, Robin Orr , Guy Warrack , and Ian Whyte , though not necessarily in this order. While the form and content of the programmes will necessarily differ, they will prove a good object lesson to the pessimists who think that Scotland is no longer making good music. The series, too, will act as a balance to that broadcast under the title ' Music from the Scottish Past '.
Erik Chisholm , tonight's conductor, is well known to wireless listeners already and to Glasgow people in particular for his operatic productions, the last of which was Berlioz's Benvenuto Cellini.

Contributors

Leader: J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted By: Erik Chisholm
Pianoforte: Erik Chisholm
Music By: Erik Chisholm
Unknown: David Stephen
Unknown: W. B. Moonie
Unknown: Francis G. Scott
Unknown: Cedric Thorpe
Unknown: Robin Orr
Unknown: Guy Warrack
Unknown: Ian Whyte
Unknown: Erik Chisholm
Unknown: Benvenuto Cellini.

: NEWS SUMMARY

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