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: 'NEXT WEEK YOU'LL HEAR'

Excerpts from programmes for week beginning January 23

: 'SATURDAY SPORT'

R. E. Kingsley
(' Rex ' of The Sunday Mail) and Andrew Wemyss

Contributors

Unknown: R. E. Kingsley
Unknown: Andrew Wemyss

: LESLIE AND DISTRICT PRIZE SILVER BAND

Conductor, Charles M. Terris

Contributors

Conductor: Charles M. Terris

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: SCOTS SONGS

Mary Grewer (soprano)
David B. Robertson (tenor)

Contributors

Soprano: Mary Grewer
Tenor: David B. Robertson

: 'CRONY O' MINE'

A Scots comedy by Andrew P. Wilson
Adapted for broadcasting by the author
Cast
The action passes in the living-room of Dr. MacNaughton's house in the small Scottish town of Glenburnie.
The time is today
Produced by Gordon Gildard

Contributors

Comedy By: Andrew P. Wilson
Produced By: Gordon Gildard
Rev Nicholas Urquhart: Eric Wightman
Dr Andrew MacNaughfon: E. J. P. MacE
Alison Gregory, MacNaughton's daughter: Margaret Soutar
Janet Petrie, his housekeeper: Miriam E. Owens
Maggie Kirkpatrick, his maid: Elizabeth Stevens
Tammas Waugh, the beadle: James Anderson
Dr Alex Lawson, MacNaughton's assistant: Tom Smith
James Carstairs, a building con tractor: James McKechnie
Dorothy Maxwell: Esmee Hymans

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS

: THE GLASGOW STUDENTS

Once again presenting their
Eve-of-Charities-Day Variety

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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