2.5 Junior Geography
' The British Isles'
E. R. CROWE , B.Sc., Lecturer in Geography in the University of Glasgow
With this talk we come to the second stage of the three-year rota covering the Empire, Great Britain, and Europe. The course will seek to supplement classroom work by presenting the familiar from an unusual angle and by illumining some aspects of the work not generally treated in full detail. The relation between historical development and geographical circumstance will be emphasised, but no attempt will be made to achieve an exhaustive regional study. It is hoped, however, that pupils' knowledge of their country will be enriched by an examination of typical and of unique areas.
2.30 English Literature
' Books you will Like'
'Salute to Adventurers', by John Buchan
COLIN MILNE , Literary Editor of the Evening Citizen, Glasgow
in the Scottish Scene
A simple survey in song and sketch
Devised and . produced by HOWARD LOCKHART
Cast HELEN BEATON , BETTY CRAIG ,
A. E. CRUICKSHANK , MARGARET EMSLIE , ADDIE ROSE, ROLAND SMITH ,' BILL
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