2.5 Junior Geography
' Europe '
' The Land of Don Quixote '
W. C. ATKINSON
2.30 National Programme
2.55 National Programme
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
J. DOVER WILSON
With echoes from the old-time Prize Fights and from the modern Boxing
The Corinthians ; Champions of Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Written by Martin Stephens
Produced by John Richmond
Bard, agus Sgeulaiche
Ie Eoghan MacThorcadail agus
(' John MacFayden , Bard and story teller'. A Commemoration Programme by Hugh MacCorquodale with Songs by Quartet)
Neil Forsyth (baritone)
Conducted by Ian Whyte
Two Scottish composers, one dead, one living, are represented in tonight's concert. When MacCunn died at the age of forty-eight he left Scottish music the richer by many compositions such as ' Land of the Mountain and the Flood' and the work that will be heard tonight. Great is the regret with which those who care for Scottish music regard his premature death. David Stephen , composer of many choral . and orchestral works, has been associated with broadcasting from its start. He is a native of Dundee and was for twenty years director of music to the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust.
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