2.5 Speech Training
' Two r sounds '
ANNE H. McALLISTER
2.30 Concerts for Schools
' Brahms — Symphony' (continued)
3.10 Nature Study
' Plants without Flowers '
R. J. D. GRAHAM , D.Sc.
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
' Tolstoy '
R. J. D.
A play by Robert Bain
And Scottish Earls, Soldiers, Citizens, etc., played by: Esmée Hymans , Robert Lees , Jack Maguire , David Mowat , George Murray , Douglas Robin , Mary H. Ross , and Eric Wightman
Scene 1 : A village fair
Scene 2: A street in Perth
Scene 3 : A hall in the palace, Stirling,
May 26, 1425
Scene 4: Lochaber
Scene 5: An Inn in the Highlands
Scene 6: Parliament in the year 1435 Scene 7: A tower in the Highlands,
Scene 8: Near the Firth of Forth
Scene 9: The Dominican Monastery,
Perth, February 20, 1437
Scene 10: A passage
Scene 11: The King's Chamber
Music by David Stephen
Played by The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Conducted by Kemlo Stephen
The Play produced by Gordon Gildard
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