A Radio Visitors' Book
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.
Licensee and Manager
Mr. Flotsam and Mr. Jetsam
Murray Ashford and Edgar Sawyer
(The Witty Whimsicals)
Doris Palmer (Comedienne)
Nan Kenway and Douglas Young
(The Modern Entertainers)
(The Wizard of the Accordion)
Clapham and Dwyer in ' Another Spot of Bother '
The Palace of Varieties Orchestra
Chairman, Ernest Shannon
Private Boxes, Grand Circle
Orchestra Stalls, Pit, and Gallery
Ten Shillings a Year
Always Something New at the Palace
Look out for Coming Attractions
A ' supernatural ' programme of witches and warlocks
Based on ancient legends of the North-East of Scotland
Devised by Ella Gordon Park
Produced by Howard At. Lockhart
Howard Lockhart warns nervous listeners that they had better keep the lights on during this programme, which tells of the dire doings of witches and warlocks in the North-East of Scotland. The eerie elements of Hallowe'en will be stressed Listeners will hear something of the incredible tortures to which witches were condemned in mediaeval times ; how a young farm girl fell into the hands of Auld Nick himself ; and other weird stories from the supernatural lore of Scotland. Ella Gordon Park , the author of this programme, is a graduate of Aberdeen University.
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