2.5 Scotland's Workshops
' Underground Treasure '
H. HAMILTON , D.Litt.
2.30 Elementary French
JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN and PIERRE MOREAU
Poesie: Le Hareng Saur. Dictee
Shrove Tuesday at St. Columb
Hurling the-Silver Ball
The goals in this ancient game are two miles apart, and the boundaries are those of the parish. Jack Mitchell , a veteran hurler, who in 1911 carried the ball with a colleague, ' seven miles to Mowgan ' to win the game for the town, will be one of the commentators.
(From West and Wales)
A Variety of ' Musical Relations brought together by Moultrie R. Kelsall
This programme is musical Variety of the lightest order. It derives its name from the fact that the instruments will play in family groups : fiddle, 'cello, and double bass will each give short solos, as will mouth-organ, melodeon, concertina, and accordion. The programme is, in fact, a series of very short solos by instruments grouped in families. It also includes a short sketch.
(The Old Songs)
' 'S iad thogadh m'inntinn os cionn gach doruinn,
Tha'n cridhe fuaraidh nach deanadh gluasad,
Ri eisdeachd dhuanag air fuaim cho ceolmhor '
Sin mar a thubhairt am bard, is nach cuir sinn uile ar n-aonta ris. An nochd fo stiuireadh lain M. Mhic 'Ille na Brataich bithidh cuid de na sean orain is fearr as aithne dhuinn air an seinn Ie Mairead Nic -Dhonnchaidh, Eilidh Nic ' Ille Mhaoil , Niall, Mac'Illeathain, is Coinneach MacRath.
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