2.5 Scotland's Workshops
' Gas and Electricity '
H. HAMILTON , D.LITT.
2.30 Elementary French
JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN and YVONNE OBERLIN
Prose : ' Le Maison de Cadet
Chantons : ' Cadet Rousselle'
5.0 From Regional:
' Alice in Wonderland '—No. 4 by LEWIS CARROLL
* Alice Plays Croquet with the Queen and meets the Mock Turtle ' arranged as a dialogue story
The cast includes
Beryl Laverick , John Ruddock ,
Cyril Nash , Ewart Scott ,
Mary O'Farrell , Dora Gregory ,
Ivan Samson , and Stuart Robertson
5.30 Songs of the '45 sung by a male voice quartet from
THE BBC SCOTTISH SINGERS
5.45 'The Tinder Box' a fairy tale by HANS ANDERSEN
Fairy Songs sung by JOSEPHINE HEALY
Calum MacAonghais , LL.B.
(' Bards and Song-makers of the Present Day '-Malcolm Maclnnes
An nochd bithidh sinn a' toirt iomraidh air bardachd Chaluim MhicAonghais. Bithidh cuid de na h-orain aige air an seinn Ie Mairi NicNaoimhein , agus Domhnull Mac a' Bhiocair, Bheir Eachann Mac-
Dhughaill cunntas dhuinn air obair a' Bhaird.
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