' The month with an " r " '
Elizabeth Hughes Hallett
This week Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes Hallett, a former member of the Edinburgh College of Domestic Science in Athol Crescent, will be talking about cooking all the delicacies which are in season in September. She has already discussed Scottish ways with fish, and the jams and jellies to be made from the berries that grow in Scottish gardens and on Scottish hill-sides. In September oysters, pork, and partridges are topical for discussion.
on tour at Aberdeen in ' Rory Aforesaid' by John Brandane and ' The Engagement Ring' by Andrew P. Wilson
Every year the Scottish National Players tour Scotland with a programme of Scottish plays, none of which is . a greater favourite than John Brandane 's one act comedy Rory Aforesaid. Few more amusing court scenes can have been written for the stage than this play, in which the defendant, accused of sheep-stealing, replies to the prosecution's questions with a 'baa '. John H. Craigen portrays a sheriff faced with the difficult task of dispensing justice in the Highlands and Islands.
The Engagement Ring is a ten-minute dialogue by the popular Scottish dramatist, Andrew P. Wilson.
Part 2 from Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)
Arthur Fear (bass-baritone)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by SIR HENRY J. WOOD
Sir Henry J.
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