2.5 Junior Geography
A. H. IRVINE
2.30 National Programme
2.55 Junior English
A Scots Legend
3.15 National Programme
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
' Foreign Literature in Translation '
Listeners tonight will have the opportunity of hearing a typical ' smoker ' from a Midlothian mining village. Songs, music on fiddle and ' box and an entertainer. All the performers are employed in the mines in the locality
Under the Chairmanship of Councillor R. Burnside
Master of Ceremonies, George Scott Moncrieff from the Masonic Hall, Gorebridge
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