2.5 Speech Training
' Round Sounds—aw '
2.30 Concerts for Schools—
3.10 Nature Study
' Holly and Mistletoe '
R. J. D. GRAHAM
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
Tolstoy's 'War and Peace'
E. M. FORSTER
Tak' a curn Scots songs
Add a puckle fiddle tunes
Mix in a gweed steerin' o' story
And ye have a grand Variety Programme
(Cooked by Howard the Hare-
Served by Brer Rabbit)
5.35 ' Here and There ' a Summary of the Week's News by STEPHEN KING-HALL
5.50 More ' Pease Brose '
A Preview in Revue of the Pantomime Season Book and Lyrics by Alan Melville
Musical Numbers by George McNeill
William H. D. Joss
Ian Sadler at the Pianos, Stanley Thomson and Jimmy Long
Produced by Robin Russell
H. D. Joss
' The Highlands'
The fifth programme in this series brings to the microphone Miss Jean Bruce , an authority on Highland Industries, Sir John Stirling-Maxwell , K.T., who was Chairman of the Forestry Commission from 1929 to 1932, Captain R. Sawyer of Inverewe, and Donald MacKay , a crofter from the Isle of Lewis, to discuss the problems of the Highlands today in the light of their own experiences.
A Variety of Turns which know that the right turn must never take the wrong turn, but must
Move to the Right in Fours including
FRED COWIE 'S
THE ALBURY SINGERS
(male voice quartet)
(on two pianos) and a four-handed sketch
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