An t-Ard Urramach Marcus nan
(In Gaelic-The Most Hon. the Marquis of Graham)
Tha teaghlach Mhontrois measail ann an eachdraidh ged nach biodh ann ach an t-uasal 'a choisinn le chruadal cliCi ' an uair a philleadh dhruinn fasan na duthch' a chleachd sinn an tus ar tim. Tha oighre an teaghlaich so an t-Ard Urramach Marcus nan Greumach, a' leantuinn gu dluth ri cliu a dhaoine agus tha e mor againn cho miaghail is a tha e air a' Ghaidhlig. An nochd tha e dol a dh'innseadh dhuinn mu chaitheamh-beatha ann an Rhodesia agus mu na Gaidheil a thachair air an sin.
Variety artists making their first appearance before the microphone
(Yodelling and Hill-Billy numbers)
The Four Black Keys
Bobby Hutchison (banjo) and Frank Ray (guitar) in duets
St. Vere and Fortune
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