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Once a fortnight it is intended to hold a studio Party. The programme is primarily intended for visitors to the town, and guests from all walks of life, a motley of contrasting personalities, will be brought to the microphone.
There has been a demand for Scottish programmes on the lines of ' In Town Tonight ', and this- evening sees the first response. It will be a miscellany of personalities, but its form will be somewhat different from ' In Town Tonight'. A studio party is being held, and the guests may be expected to question one another rather than to leave the arduous 4uty in the hands of a single over- worked compere. Of this new Scottish party, Robin Russell will be the guiding spirit.
A discussion on the British system by H. E. Norman , Secretary of the Clarke Hall Fellowship , Madeleine Symons , lay magistrate of a metropolitan juvenile court, Leo Page , Charles Prior , and Kevin Fitzgerald
Songs sung by Astra Desmond (contralto)
Prinsessen (The Princess)
Den Aergjerrige , Op. 26, No. 3
(The Ambitious One)
Med en Primula Veris, Op. 26, No.
4 (With a Primrose)
Borte, Op. 25, No. 5 (Departed)
Zur Rosenzeit, Op. 48, No. 5 (At the Time of Roses)
Der Gynger end baad paa Bolge,
Op. 69, No. 1 (There rocks a boat on the wave)
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