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: Regional Programme

Time Signal, Greemvich, at 2.0

: MID-WEEK SERVICE

Conducted by the Rev. ARCHIBALD E. MACINTYRE , Auldfield Church,
Glasgow

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Archibald E. MacIntyre

: Scottish Children's Hour

'Canada-Land of Adventure '
A programme by those who have lived
Lthere :
H. MORTIMER BATTEN
ALWIN GISSING
J. K. MURCHISON
ALEXANDER MCOWAN Canada has developed so rapidly that it is often forgotten that the pioneer days are within the memory of living man. Mortimer Batten , perhaps the best known artist in the Scottish Children's Hour, has studied the wild animal life of Canada as a forest ranger in Algonquin; Alexander McOwan helped to 'carve out the wilderness of Saskatchewan ' ; Alwin Gissing has adventured from Montreal to the eastern slopes of t'ne Rockies ; and the Rev. J. K. Murchison is a Gaelic speaker '.vho was born in Nova Scotia.

Contributors

Unknown: H. Mortimer Batten
Unknown: Alwin Gissing
Unknown: J. K. Murchison
Unknown: Alexander McOwan
Unknown: Mortimer Batten
Unknown: Alexander McOwan
Unknown: Alwin Gissing
Unknown: J. K. Murchison

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: THE GLASGOW GAELIC MUSICAL ASSOCIATION JUNIOR CHOIR

Conductor, J. N. McCONOCHIE

Contributors

Conductor: J. N. McConochie

: 'The Swedish Nightingale'

Jenny Lind comes to Glasgow
Devised by E. M. BALLANTINE
It was on September 17, 1847, that Jenny Lind , at the end of a prolonged tour of Britain, gave a concert at the Assembly Rooms in Ingram Street, and was rapturously received by a huge audience drawn from Glasgow and the West of Scotland.

Contributors

Unknown: Jenny Lind
Unknown: E. M. Ballantine
Unknown: Jenny Lind

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

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