2.0 News Review
J. SPENCER MUIRHEAD, D.S.O., LL.B.
2.10 Speech Training
ANNE H. McALLISTER , Lecturer in Speech Training at Jordanhill Training Centre, Glasgow
2.35 Concerts for Schools
Arranged and presented by HERBERT WISEMAN
7-A Symphony by Beethoven, 2nd movement
3.10 Nature Study
Common Animals and Plants of Way-side and Field
7 â€” 'The Lapwing'
G.W. MACALLISTER, Headmaster of Fairfield Public School, Glasgow
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
'Let's go to a Movie'
by The Gomeril introducing the fifth 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
James K. Urquhart
At the Pianos, Douglas Steen and Campbell MacPhee
Music by Douglas Steen
Produced by ROBIN RUSSELL
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