' Time and Tune '—Senior Course
' New Rhythms '
2.40 Nature Study
' Christmas in the Woods '
R. J. D. GRAHAM , D.Sc.
3.5 Scottish History
' Thank General Wade '
D. M. KETELBEY
R. J. D.
by Kenneth Anderson
Kenneth Anderson , now the leader of the Reid Orchestra, began to study the violin at the age of seven. After taking lessons in Glasgow, he went to the Royal College of Music in London and became a private pupil of Antonio Brosa. In 1926 he returned to Edinburgh, and he has been a prominent exponent of music in the city ever since.
in 'GHOSTS' by Henrik Ibsen
Characters in order of speaking
The action takes place in Mrs. Alving's country home in Western
Norway and falls within twenty-four hours
The period is Norway of the middle eighties
The play arranged and produced by Peter Creswell
Regina Engstrand, Mrs Alving'smaid:
Jacob Engstrand, a carpenteri:
Mrs Alving (Helen), widow of Captain Alving:
Oswald Alving, an artist, her son:
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