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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping

: Bu Mhath Leam a Radh

An t-Urr lain Mac 'Ille Bhain,
F.S.A.Scot.
('I would like to say' - The Rev. John Bain, F.S.A.Scot.)

Is e nor bheag de'n luchd-ceirde aig an robh deagh chosnadh air feadh na Gaidhealtachd a chithear an diugh. Bha latha ann, gun a bhi idir fada air ais, anns an robh luchd-ceirde gu trang anns gach baile. An nochd tha an t-Urr Iain Mac 'Ille Bhain, a tha a mhuinntir Ghearr Loch, a' dol a thoirt iomraidh air na chunnaic e fhein dhiubh ag obair an laithean oige.

Contributors

Unknown: John Bain
Unknown: Iain Mac
Unknown: Ille Bhain
Unknown: Ghearr Loch

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by Frank Moyes from the Freemasons' Hall,
Edinburgh

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Moyes

: 'ROVING COMMISSION'

Alastair Borthwick

Contributors

Unknown: Alastair Borthwick

: ' SEPTEMBER SPREE AT THE MILL O' DRYNE'

Written by Dan Campbell
Alec Morrice , Alec Sim ,
Marie Sutherland
Produced by Alan Melville
Milling is not the only thing they have to think about at the Mill o'
Dryne, which Dan Campbell , the Banchory playwright, has chosen as the scene of this holiday programme. In the course of an evening enlivened by story and music, the miller and his wife have a slight misunderstanding and two young people manage to get engaged. For the benefit of listeners who do not know the meaning of ' spree ', Alan Melville , the producer, explains that it is something in the nature of a , splore '.

Contributors

Written By: Dan Campbell
Unknown: Alec Morrice
Unknown: Alec Sim
Unknown: Marie Sutherland
Produced By: Alan Melville
Unknown: Dan Campbell
Unknown: Alan Melville
Peter Powrie, Miller o' Dryne: Dufton Scott
Betsy, his wife: Mary Coutts
Kate, their niece: Grace Leslie
Dauvit, the miller's man: Douglas Murchie
Neil, a Highland shepherd: Dan Campbell
Maria Todd, a neighbour: Addie Ross
Hamish, a ghillie: Ernest Coutts
Fergie, foreman at a neighbouring farm: John Mearns
Mr Rogan visitors: A E Cruickshank
Mrs Rogan Visitors: Dorothy Forrest

: Scottish Dance Music

The strings of The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie Conductor, Guy Warrack

Contributors

Leader: J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor: Guy Warrack

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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