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: News Review

J. SPENCER MUIRHEAD , D.S.O., M.C.,
LL.B.

Contributors

Unknown: Spencer Muirhead

: Music

Time and Tune
' The rhythms which we know'
HERBERT WISEMAN ,
Director of Music to the Edinburgh
Corporation Education Committee

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Wiseman

: Scottish History

'When all roads led to Rome'
DORIS M. KETELBEY ,
Assistant Lecturer in History in the University of St. Andrews
The history talks this year will deal with big European movements in which Scotland has played a part. They will show how Christian missionary, wandering Norseman, feudal baron, monk and priest came to Scotland as they came to England and other parts of Europe, and of particular interest will be the dramatic interludes in which the men and women of the past will, as it were, speak to you themselves.

Contributors

Unknown: Doris M. Ketelbey

: MID-WEEK SERVICE

Conducted by the Rev. RODERICK MACLEOD , D.D.,
Superintendent of Highland Missions
Church of Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Roderick MacLeod

: Scottish Children's Hour

An Island Adventure
' Scots Family Robertson'—Part 2 by CHARLES CONSTANT

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: Poems by Charles Murray

' Scotland Our Mither'; The Pack-man '; 'Horace in Scots (Vixi puellis) ' ; ' The Deil an' the Deevilock ' ;
' The Hint o' Hairst' read by GEORGE ROWNTREE HARVEY

Contributors

Read By: George Rowntree Harvey

: September Complouther

A Varied Half Hour
BERT BRISBANE
MATTHEW DICKIE
HAROLD WIGHTMAN
THE JOHN MACARTHUR QUINTET
Directed by JOHN MACARTHUR

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Brisbane
Unknown: Matthew Dickie
Unknown: Harold Wightman
Unknown: John MacArthur
Directed By: John MacArthur

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: ' Mod Ceilidh '

Ceilidh aig a' Mhoid
Tha iad an lathair aig a' Mhod as gach ceam, agus an deidh do dh' obair an latha a bhi seachad, tha seann chairdean is luchd-eòlaisag coinneachadh agus ag cur seachadh an fheasgair le C6ilidhean sòlasach, aig am bi na h-6rain as fearr is aithne dhuinn air an seinn gu sunndach. Bithidh Ceilidh mar sin aca an nochd Ie lain Ruaraidh Mac 'Ille na Brataich, Ceann Suidhe a' Chomuinn Ghaidhealaich air ceann na cuideachd agus is math is aithne dha-san loinn a chur air coinneimh de'n t-seorsa so (Mod Ceilidh from Inverness, with John R. Bannerman , President of the Highland Association acting as host)

Contributors

Unknown: Ceann Suidhe
Unknown: Chomuinn Ghaidhealaich
Unknown: John R. Bannerman

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News








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