2.5 News Review:
J. SPENCER MUIRHEAD , D.S.O.,
' Time and Tune '
' Modulation from Major to Minor '
3.0 Scottish History
' In the days of Alexander III '
R. L. MACKIE
5.0 From Regional:
What shall we talk about? by Vice-Admiral GORDON CAMPBELL ,
5.15 Musical Cheers
Grannie Mutch comes to the studio with a new story from her old kist, and is welcomed by the Aberdeen Animals in a programme of happy music
5.45 ' The Wilds of Quebec ' a talk by J. K. MURCHISON
Canadian Songs sung by JOHN TAINSH
A Comedy in a Prologue and Three
Acts by Moultrie R. Kelsall adapted for broadcasting by the author
The action passes in the kitchen of Mr. Maclntyre's farm in a sparsely populated part of Perthshire
Prologue, Evening of a day in mid-
Act I, Morning. Five weeks later.
Act II, Afternoon. A week later.
Act III, Morning. Three months later
Produced by R. B. Wharrie
Mr Maclntyre, a farmer:
Mrs Murray, his housekeeper:
Mary, his daughter:
William Lambert, his valet:
(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS and concluding with ROLLER SKATING
The Three-Miles Inter-Club
A commentary on the final heat by G. W. R. LORD from Alexandra Palace Rink
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