2.5 News Review
J. SPENCER MUIRHEAD, D.S.O.,M.C,
Time and Tune
3.0 Scottish History
J. D. MACKIE , M.C.
5.0 From Northern Ireland :
' Londonderry Air'
The Choir of the First Londonderry
' The story of the St. Columba's Oak
Songs by JAMES MCCAFFERTY
* How the Mountjoy sailed up the Foyle '
Songs by MCCREA EDMISTON
5.30 ' Let's Go Shopping ' —
The children visit a Chemist's shop
(By arrangement with Fyfe and Fyle Ltd.) including
Martin and Holbein
Helen Glen Campbell
Agnes Campbell and her Caledonian
James Burns and his Orchestra
Produced by Sandy Connor from the Winter Gardens, Rothesay
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