' Time and Tune-junior Course '
' Three Important Notes '
2.40 Nature Study
JAMES RITCHIE , D.Sc.
3.5 Scottish History
Westward Ho !
D. M. KETELBEY
A Lightning Tour of the three
Tom Cable in Song and Story assisted by Dot Carr
James K. Urquhart and Madeleine Christie in ' The Haggis Factory' by J. Morrison Bennett
The Morgan Brothers in Harmony
The Provost and the Laird
Talking It Over
(from Aberdeen) and Six Pianos played by T. Mitchell Bowden and W. B. Coates (in Edinburgh)
Douglas Steen and Harry Carmichael
Jimmy Ross and Bill Thomson (in Aberdeen)
The Programme supported by The BBC
Scottish Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Kemlo Stephen and Compered by Edward Cassidy
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