An t-Ollamh Niall Ros ,
C.B.E, D.Litt., D.D.
Air, an t-seachduin so tha am Morachdan Rioghail an Righ is a' Bhan Righinn air tighinn do dh'Albainn air son na ceud uaire an deidh an crunaidh. An nochd, cuiridh an t-Ollamh Niall Ros an ceill failte nan Gaidheal is bheir e iomradh air an turus a ghabh am Morachdan Rioghail do'n Eilean Sgitheanach is do Bhraigh Mharr.
(' In Gaelic '-the Rev. Neil Ross,
C.B.E., D.Litt., D.D.)
Three Excerpts in Sixty minutes
' Half Past Eight' with Dave Willis
Florence Hunter and Company from the King's Theatre,
The Gourock Entertainers featuring
Ina Harris and all Star cast from Cragbum Pavilion, Gourock and Harry Gordon of Inversnecky and his Company from the Beach Pavilion, Aberdeen
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