2.5 Scotland's Workshops
' Rivets and Plates'
C. A. OAKLEY , B.Sc.
2.30 Elementary French
Prose: Alsace ! Alsace ! '
Chantons: Napoleon avait cinq cents soldats! '
YVONNE OBERLIN and JEAN-JACQUES
' Touring the Western Isles ' (5)
' A Visit to Jura ' devised by JACK HOUSE
5.15 A 'Safety First' Programme
' The Daftness of Dick' an adventure of street traffic today, adapted from the sketch by W. E. DAVIS and DEREK MCCULLOCH , followed at 5.35 (From Regional) by a short talk by The Rt. Hon. LESLIE HORE-BELISHA, the Minister of Transport
, 5.45 Street Sounds Old and New' a programme of gramophone records
by ' The Gomeril'
More Beeheidit views of the contemporary Scottish Scene as it strikes the Gomeril, an observer whose private conviction seems to be that there is not only a bee in most bonnets, but a hive in every hat
R. E. Kingsley
James K. Urquhart
William H. D. Joss
and The John MacArthur Quintet
Directed by John MacArthur
Music by Douglas Steen
Produced by Robin Russell
William H. D.
Orain is Puirt-a-beul bho
Chuideachd a bha aithnichte aig cuirmnean chiuil bho chionn lethcheud bliadhna
' If today were yesterday.' Piping, fiddling, song, and dance music, by artists who were popular fifty years ago
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