2.5 Stories from World History
' The Phoenicians '
A dramatic interlude written by Commander J. G. BOWER
' The Five Senses '
R. C. GARRY , D.Sc., Professor of Physiology, University College, Dundee,
The University of St. Andrews
3.0 Orchestral Concerts for
THE BBC SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Comments by and under the direction of HERBERT WISEMAN (for pizzicato strings, wood-wind and brass)
A Hans Andersen Programme to include two plays
' The Shepherdess and the Sweep ' and ' The Princess and the Pea '
A repeat programme by the .Edinburgh
Children's Theatre Company
A talk oh Hans Andersen 's Country by Robin
by ' The Gomeril'
More Beeheidit 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
Ursula Balfour ; Pearl Colquhoun ; Madeleine Christie ; William H. D. Joss ; R; E. Kingsley , Ian Sadler ; James K. Urquhart ; Eric Wightman At the Pianos, Douglas Steen and Emie Gower
Music by Gerald Shaw
Produced by Robin Russell
William H. D.
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