A play ' Further Adventures of Sandy and the Friendly Giant' by ALLAN MACKINNON and Some records of Nursery Rhyme
Music of the Month—'April', played by an instrumental trio:-
J. Mouland Begbie (violin) ; John Dickson (violoncello) ; Andrew Bryson (pianoforte) and NEIL FORSYTH will sing
5.45 From Northern Ireland :
' Instruments of the Orchestra ' by T. 0. CORRIN
' In Gaelic '—Malcolm Macleod
Co ean Gaidheal a tha ag gabhail' suim do chor a' chanain do naeh aithne Calum MacLeoid. Bha e riamh dileas air chùl an aobhair so, gu sonruichte ann an obair foghluim anns an robh a dhreuchd. Is ann fo churam a bha stiuradh an fhoghluiin ann am Baile Ghobhainn a bha 'san ám sin 'na roinn foghluim a bu mhotha an Albainn. B'e Mgr. MacLeoid aon de'n chomhlan a steidhich Comunn Leodhais is na h-Earadh, agus tha e 'na Cheann Suidhe air Ceilidh nan Gaidheal bho chionn corr is fichead bliadhna.
or ' The Fourth Way of Greatness '
A Comedy by James Bridie
The action passes in : The Kellocks' Living-room on an evening in late Autumn
Emily Perry 's boudoir-study on an evening the following Spring
A Thames-side garden on an evening the next Autumn
The same a week later
Time : The present
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Gordon Gildard
' Colonel Wotherspoon' was first produced by the Scottish National Players in the Lyric Theatre, Glasgow, on March 23, 1934.
Archie Kellock, her son:
Tom Perry, Archie's uncle:
Emily Perry, Archie's cousin:
Alfred Cortot (pianoforte): Ce qu'a vu Ie vent d'ouest (What the West Wind Saw) ; La Fille aux cheveux de lin (The Girl with Flaxen Hair) ; Minstrels ; La Cathedrale engloutie (The Submerged Cathedral) ; La Danse de Puck (Preludes, Book I) (Debussy)
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