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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Interlude
2.5 Scotland's Workshops
Deep in the Earth
2.25 Interval
2.30 Elementary French
JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN and YVONNE OBERLIN
Prose : L'Astrologue de Louis XI
Chantons : Le Retour du Gas
2.55 Interval

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Regional)
5.0 ' Alice in Wonderland — No. 3
' Pig and Pepper ' by LEWIS CARROLL arranged as a dialogue story with Beryl Laverick , Frank Birch ,
Norman Shelley , Mary O'Farrell ,
John Ruddock , and Pamela Featherstonehaugh
Songs by MARGARET BISSETT
5.45 Travellers' Tales-3
* Riding through the Pampas ' by A. F. TSCHIFFELY

Contributors

Unknown: Lewis Carroll
Unknown: Beryl Laverick
Unknown: Frank Birch
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: Mary O'Farrell
Unknown: John Ruddock
Songs By: Margaret Bissett
Unknown: A. F. Tschiffely

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by Arnold McC . Shields from St. Machar's Cathedral,
Aberdeen

Contributors

Unknown: Arnold McC Shields

: ANNS A GHAIDHUG

lain Ruaraidh Mac 'Ille na
Brataich
By mhor an tlachd a ghabh Mgr. lain R. Mac 'Ille na Brataich, Ceann suidhe a' Chomuinn Ghaidhealaich, riamh ann an obair na Gaidhlig. Bha e am measg/a' chomhlain a steidhich.a' cheud choisir chiùil Ghaidhlig. Is mot an aithne a tha aige air eachdraidh na canain gu sonruichte air na rinneadh 'na latha fhein as a leth. Is ann air a sin a bhios e a' labhairt an nochd.
(A talk in Gaelic by John R. Bannerman )

Contributors

Unknown: John R. Bannerman

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast
7.20 Scottish Announcements,
Scottish Bulletin for Farmers, and Weather Forecast for Scottish Herring
Fleet

: THE LUM HAT WANTIN' THE CROON

and other Songs and Poems by David Rorie
Introduced by the Author

Contributors

Unknown: David Rorie

: THE CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL UNION OF GLASGOW ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS

Solo pianoforte,
ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN
THE SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA
Leader, T. AITKEN CARTER
Conductor,
JOHN BARBIROLLI from the St. Andrew's Halls , Glasgow
Brahms appeared as soloist in his Second Piano Concerto on its first appearance ; that was in the Christmas week of 18,80, in Vienna. Nearly twenty-two years had elapsed since the First Piano Concerto had appeared. The Second Concerto in B flat is the largest and most elaborate of all concertos in the classical form. Each of the four movements is designed on the most spacious lines. The essentially symphonic character of the music and the treatment of the solo piano make this concerto virtually a symphony for orchestra with piano. The slow movement with its exquisite ' conversation ' between the piano and solo 'cello is one of Brahms's most inspired idylls, while the finale, a rondo, is a perfect answer to those who perpetuate the legend that Brahms was incapable of being light in heart and touch.

Contributors

Pianoforte: Arthur Rubinstein
Leader: T. Aitken Carter
Conductor: John Barbirolli
Unknown: Andrew'S Halls

: PIPING

by Pipe-Major James Sutherland

Contributors

Unknown: Major James Sutherland

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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