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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Midland)
The Princess of Paraphernalia
A Piece of Nonsense for all children under a hundred by GORDON CRIER with lovely music by JOHN MORLEY

Contributors

Music By: John Morley

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: THE TRIAL OF JAMES STEWART OF THE GLEN

(The Appin Murder)
1752 by M. Melville Balfour
Cast, in order of speaking
The action passes
1. On the road to Fort William
2. At Inverary
3. At Ballachulish
Legal adviser,
William Roughead, W.S.
Production by John Gough
See the article by William Roughead on page 13

Contributors

Unknown: M. Melville Balfour
Production By: John Gough
Unknown: William Roughead
Stewart of Edinglassie, agent for the pannel: Donald MacLaren
Saunders, his clerk: William Hunter
Captain Macdonald: Hector Munro
James Stewart of the Glen: John Bannermah
The Lord Advocate, counsel for the Crown: James McKechnie
Witnesses: John Breck Maccoll: Eric Wightman
Witnesses: John Beg Maccoll: John MacPhee
Witnesses: Colin Maclaren: Archibald Buchanan
Witnesses: Duncan Campt ell: William Hunter
Witnesses: Malcolm Maccoll: James Sloan
Witnesses: Mungo Campbell: Ian Sadler
Witnesses: Donald Stewart: Hector MacIver
Witnesses: Alexander Stewart: Tom Smith
George Brown, of Coalstoun, counsel for the pannel: Rex de la Haye
John Mackenzie, witness: Hugh MacPhee
The Lord Justice-General (The Duke of Argyll): E. J. P. MacE
Stewart of Ballachulish: Hector Munro
Janet MacInnes: Jean Taylor Smith

: Scottish Dance Music

The Scottish Studio Orchestra

: MEN AND MATTERS

Sir Hector Hetherington , LL.D.,
Principal of Glasgow University

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Hector Hetherington

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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