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: 'BON ACCORD'

A light variety entertainment from the North-East with Olive Kavann contralto
Gus Stratton in comedy character songs
Jean Stewart the Scots Accordionist
Roland Smith in ' Mrs. McHaggis at the Coronation' with W. P. Broomfield , Flossie Miller ,
Alan Munro
Lambert Wilson 's Quintet

Contributors

Contralto: Olive Kavann
Contralto: Gus Stratton
Songs: Jean Stewart
Accordionist: Roland Smith
Unknown: W. P. Broomfield
Unknown: Flossie Miller
Unknown: Alan Munro
Unknown: Lambert Wilson

: RHYMES ROYAL '

a programme of songs and poems about Scottish Queens, with music of long ago
Produced by Christine Orr

Contributors

Produced By: Christine Orr

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: OPEN AIR MUSIC BYMASSED BRASS BANDS

from the grounds of Queen Margaret
College, Glasgow
The Clydebank Burgh Band
The Darvel Burgh Band
The Falkirk Public Band
The Glasgow Corporation Gas
Department Band

: WILLIAM McCULLOCH

(entertainer)
' The Deputation to the Minister'
(Robert Ford)

: PIPING AND FANFARES

Pipe-Major William Ross and The Brass section of The BBC
Scottish Orchestra
Directed by Guy Warrack from Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh

Contributors

Unknown: Pipe-Major William Ross
Directed By: Guy Warrack

: THE ROYAL VISIT TO SCOTLAND

A Reminiscence, partly recorded, of the events of the week

: ' PRIDE 0' THE GREEN '

A comic opera in two acts
Words and music by A. F. Hyslop
Orchestration by Ian Whyte
Taking part :
Addie Ross
Dorothy Forrest
A. E. Cruickshank
Tom Forbes
Charles Watson
Bessie Webster
Betty Craig
- Arthur Black
Ella McConnell
Albert Dewar
Neil Forsyth
The BBC Scottish Singers
The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Conducted by Kemlo Stephen
Produced by Moultrie Kelsall

Contributors

Music By: A. F. Hyslop
Unknown: Ian Whyte
Unknown: Addie Ross
Unknown: Dorothy Forrest
Unknown: A. E. Cruickshank
Unknown: Tom Forbes
Unknown: Charles Watson
Unknown: Bessie Webster
Unknown: Betty Craig
Unknown: Arthur Black
Unknown: Ella McConnell
Unknown: Albert Dewar
Unknown: Neil Forsyth
Conducted By: Kemlo Stephen
Produced By: Moultrie Kelsall

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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