A story-' Firkin and the Grey
Gangsters '-Part 4 by ANN SCOTT MONCRIEFF
5.15 Moss-troopers' Music : a programme of Border Songs and Airs with a Border Tale-' Thomas the Rhymer' read by DOUGLAS ALLAN
5.45 Guest Day-7
Devised by J. Miller Fletcher
Today's guest tells us something about the Coronation Carpet which is being made in Glasgow
NELSON AND HAGEN in Comedy
ELLIOT DOBIE (bass)
MITCHELL BOWDEN and W. B. COATES and Two Pianos
R. E. KINGSLEY , IAN SADLER ,
JEAN FAULDS , and JEAN HORN in ' A Touch of the Sun '
A West Highland Interlude by Donald R. MacLaren
The Programme supported by HARRY CARMICHAEL
AND HIS BAND
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