2.5 Scotland's Workshops
' Kitchen for the Cows '
W. G. OGG , Ph.D.
2.30 Elementary French
Prose—‘ La Legende de L'Aveugle '
Chantons—‘ Les Trois Princesses '
Mademoiselle JEANNE NEUVILLE and JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN
' Rhymes Royal'
A programme of songs and poems about Scottish Queens, with music of long ago
5.30 From Regional :
' Coronation Pictures'
Close-ups of a few of the more unusual and most interesting facts connected with the Coronation. This feature programme will embrace silk-worms, heraldry, coinage and reminiscences of an ex-Abbey chorister.
The following will take part in the programme : A. G. B. Russell , M.V.O., the Lancaster Herald, L. Hugh Newman and Denis Vincent
A. G. B.
lain Ruaraidh Mac ' Ille na
(' In Gaelic' John R. Bannerman )
Chan 'eil cearn de dh'Impearachd Breatainn anns nach 'eil umhlachd agus dilseachd 'gan cur an ceill do'n
Righ is do'n Bhan Righinn air am dhoibh a bhi air an crunadh. Cha tigeadh e dhuinne a bhi air dheireadh air each, agus an nochd, cuiridh Ceann Suidhe a' Chomuinn Ghaidhealaich, lain Ruaraidh Mac 'Ille na Brataich, an dleasanas so an ceill air sgath a luchd duthcha.
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