5.0 From West:
'Father Time Writes it Down'
'St. Collen and the Fairies of Glastonbury Tor'
A Somerset Legend
Adapted by DOROTHY HOWARD ROWLANDS
' Walks with my Children ' a nature talk by HENRY WILLIAMSON
5.30 From Regional:
' The Magic Fishbone', by CHARLES DICKENS arranged as a dialogue story
(With the Old Folk)
Barraidh-An t-Athair Urr lain Mac
Tha an t-Athair Urramach lain Mac 'Ille Mhaoil a' tighinn a Barraidh a chum a bhi a' toirt iomradh air cuid de sheann nithean co-cheangailte ri eachdraidh an Eilean a bhari'n cluinntinn ann an laithean oige an tigh na ceilidh.
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