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: MID-WEEK SERVICE

from St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh

: Scottish Children's Hour

' Armanda's Ark ' or ' The Jungle Jingle-Jangle' a play by MARRIS MURRAY which tells you how Hurdy Gurdy Henry was caught in the hurly burly of life and landed in a topsy turvy land where all the animals rose early early in the morning to practise their twirly wirly tricks

Contributors

Play By: Marris Murray
Unknown: Hurdy Gurdy

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: ' Kick Off'

Being a gathering of football folk to inaugurate season 1936-37.
Arranged and compered by R. E. KINGSLEY (' Rex ' of The Sunday
Mail)

Contributors

Unknown: R. E. Kingsley

: For Scottish Farmers

JOSEPH F. DUNCAN

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph F. Duncan

: Gaelic Concert and Talk

MARGRAT M. DUNCAN (soprano)
GILBERT MACPHAIL (tenor)
ANGUS MAcLEOD (talk) MARGRAT M. DUNCAN GILBERT MACPHAIL MARGRAT M. DUNCAN GILBERT MACPHAIL

Contributors

Soprano: Margrat M. Duncan
Tenor: Gilbert MacPhail
Tenor: Angus MacLeod

: Talk

' Obair Bhaile-fearainn MhicAmhlaidh '
(' The Work of the MacAulay Farm ')
ANGUS MACLEOD , B.Sc.

Contributors

Unknown: Angus MacLeod

: 'One Generation'

A play in a prologue, ten scenes, and an epilogue by HESTER PATON BROWN
Cast
The action passes during the years
1913-1936
Production by GORDON GILDARD

Contributors

Unknown: Hester Paton Brown
Production By: Gordon Gildard
Dorothy Galbraith: Jean Taylor Smith
Mary Galbraith, her mother: Grace McChlery
Robert Galbraith, her father: Harold Wightman
Nan Galbraith, her niece: Nancy Ireland
John Galbraith, her brother: Francis Norton
Peter: Tom Smith
Mr Anderson: Halbert Tatlock
Walter Fraser: Rex De La Haye
Phyllis: Esmée Hymans
Mrs Macintosh: Nan R Reid
A maid: Ida Bernstein

: THE SUNSHINE FOLLIES OF 1936

with Mark Rivers
Victor King
Nellie Forbes
Jean Gracey
Joy and Savina
Four Smith Brothers
Pagan and Ross
Norman Chard and his Band
Produced by Jimmy Currie
From the Pavilion Theatre, Perth

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Rivers
Unknown: Victor King
Unknown: Nellie Forbes
Unknown: Jean Gracey
Unknown: Norman Chard
Produced By: Jimmy Currie

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News
, at 10.30

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News








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