' Animal Crackers '
The Aberdeen brood in hilarious mood-
Of that there can be no dubiety-
Present for your pleasure some very good measure
Of Music and Mirth-in Variety !
5.20 From Northern Ireland :
' The Stone of Destiny in legend and history'
The Tale of the Stone at Tara
5.40 The Stone at Scone
Air an t-seachduin so tha sluagh na duthcha anna gach aite ri fleadhachas a chum a bhi ag comharrachadh Crunadh an Righ is na Ban-righinn. Tha sinne a' deasachadh ceilidh Ie lain Og Mac 'Ille na Brataich air ceann na cuideachd, agus is iad-san a bhios comhla ris a chum surd a chur air na bhios an lathair maille riutha, agus orra-san cuideachd, a bhios ag eisdeachd, Mairead M Nic Dhonnchaidh, Catriona Nic 'Illeathain, Domhnull Mac Isaac, agus Domhnull Mac a' Bhiocair.
(' Mirth and Music '—a studio ceilidh)
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