lain Mac Gilleathain
(' Around the Ceilidh Fireside'—
John MacLean )
Tha moran eachdraidh co-cheangailte ris an roinn duthcha a bha aithnichte mar Dhalriada. Is arm an sin a tha Cill Mhartainn as a bheil lain MacGilleathain, agus buinidh e do theaghlach a bha nor mheasail air cleachdaidhean nan seann cheilidhean. Innsidh e dhuinn an nochd mu chuid de na nithean a dh'fhoghlum e mu'n cuairt na cagailte ann an laithean 6ige.
A short period of evening worship
The Rev. A. R. R. Reid ,
Belmont Church, Glasgow
Several months ago this brief period of worship was introduced into the Scottish programme. Its coming was not publicised, but listeners did not allow it to pass unnoticed. Soon scores of letters were reaching Scottish Broadcasting House, and all spoke of the beauty and inspiration of this short service. Perhaps the secret of its success is that it closely follows the lines of the traditional Scottish family worship.
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