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for Farmers and Shipping


at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,

: Bu Mhath Lean a Radh

Seoras Hay
(' I would like to say'-George Hay )
Is e aon de na comharran as taitnichte air obair na Gaidhlig gu bheit aireamh na's motha na bha riamh, aig nach ' eil buntainn sam bith ris a' Ghaidhealtachd, ag ionnsachadh na canain. An nochd tha Seoras Hay a'dol a dh'innseadh dhuinn ciod iad beachdan nan oileanach mu'n Ghaidhlig, agus mar a ghabhadh am barrachd misneachaidh toirt do'n luchd-ionnsachaidh leotha-san aig a bheil a' chanain mar choir-bhreith.


Unknown: George Hay


by Frank Brady (baritone)


Baritone: Frank Brady


including. Weather Forecast and Sport


A Novelty Variety Programme in which several well-known broadcasting artists appear in new roles with Willie Kemp John Mearns
James Morgan
C. V. A. MacEchern
Jimmy Ross
A. M. Shinnie
Marie Sutherland
Compered by Harold Coombs
Produced by Alan Melville
What might be called the secret vices of several popular Scottish radio artists will be revealed in this programme, of which Harold Coombs , whose broadcasts from the organ of the Capitol Cinema, Aberdeen, are well known, will be the compere. Jimmy Ross , who is generally heard at the piano, will show his paces on the trombone, Marie Sutherland , the accompanist, will read some Scots verse, and three other famous performers will try their hands at something new.


Unknown: Willie Kemp
Unknown: Jimmy Ross
Unknown: A. M. Shinnie
Unknown: Marie Sutherland
Unknown: Harold Coombs
Produced By: Alan Melville
Unknown: Harold Coombs
Unknown: Jimmy Ross
Unknown: Marie Sutherland


Alastair Borthwick


Unknown: Alastair Borthwick

: Scottish Dance Music

The Scottish Studio Orchestra


including Weather Forecast

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