A play for all who love fairy tales
' Snow-White retold by ELEANOR FARJEON with music by HARRY FARJEON with Leslie French (by permission of C. B. Cochran ), Ion Swinley, Mary O'Farrell , Cyril Nash , Cherry Cottrell , Norman Shelley , Ewart Scott , Margaret Godley , Doris Owens , and Joan Matheson
THE RADIO GAZETTE
This is the third of our monthly series of quick-flash records of recent important events
Caiptein Donnchadh MacDhonnchaidh an 'Lochmor'
Chan 'eil aon aig a bheil am barrachd aithne na an Caiptein Donnchadh MacDhonnchaidh air eileanan na Gaidhealtachd B'e a bhi 'na mharaiche a bu chosnadh dha riamh, agus is iomadh sgeul ghasda a tha aige air iomadh rud a thachair dha 'na dhreuchd. An nochd bithidh e ag innseadh dhuinn mu chuid dhiubh sin.
('I would like to say'- Captain Duncan Robertson of the 'Lochmor')
Act I of the opera by W. B. Moonie
Libretto by George M. Reith
The Glasgow Grand Opera Society
Conductor, Erik Chisholm
Producer, David M. Baxter from the Theatre Royal, Glasgow
Chorus of Villagers and Soldiers
Scene: Colbar Village Green
Acts 2 and 3 of 'The Weird of Colbar ' will be broadcast on Saturday. See the article by Erik Chisholm on page 14
Alan of Colbar:
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