From our Birthday Book-3
' March '
Devised by W. KERSLEY HOLMES
5.10 From Regional :
' The Trial of the Knave of Hearts ' from
' Alice in Wonderland ' with Beryl Laverick ,
Stuart Robertson , Ivan Samson ,
Cyril Nash , Mary O'Farrell , Ewart Scott , and Frank Birch
The last instalment of Lewis Carroll 's immortal story specially adapted for broadcasting
5.40 From Midland :
' Great Composers and the Piano '-6
VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON will talk about and play some of Debussy's keyboard music
An t-Urr Iain Coinneach MacCalmain
(' I would like to say'-
The Rev. J. K. Murchison )
Tha iomadh bliadhna bho'n a thoisich na Gaidheil air a bhi ag aiteach fearainn ann an Albainn Nodha. Tha an sliochd an sin gus an latha diugh, agus is gasda ri radh gu bheil a' Ghaidhlig air a labhairt leis a mhor chuid dhiubh fhathast.
Is ann a mhuinntir Albainn Nodha a tha an t-Urr. Iain Coinneach MacCalmain, B.A., agus an nochd bithidh e ag innseadh dhuinn mu ar cairdean air taobh thall a' chuaim.
Rev. J. K.
Mary Hamlin (soprano)
Jessie King (contralto)
Heddle Nash (tenor)
Harold Williams (baritone)
Organist, S. Webster
Led by J. MOULAND BEGBIE
W. Greenhouse Allt from the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
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