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: ' SEPTEMBER IN THE GARDEN'

Alexander Keith
There are few more popular broadcasters in Scotland than Alexander Keith. Besides talking regularly on gardening he frequently reviews Scottish affairs in ' The Week in Scotland '. Recently he contributed a feature programme on the River Don. He is a graduate of Aberdeen
University and assistant editor of the Aberdeen Press and Journal.

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Keith
Unknown: Alexander Keith.

: LESMAHAGOW AND DISTRICT MINERS WELFARE BAND

Conductor, George Hawkins

Contributors

Conductor: George Hawkins

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: VARIETY

from the Concert Hall
The Empire Exhibition (Scotland), 1938
including
The Albert Sandler Trio

: ' QUEERIES '

(9th Edition)
A further collection of out-of-the-ordinary questions
Asked by Alan Melville and answered by Alexander Keith , Arthur Black , David Fergus , Kathleen MacLeod , Helen Drever ,
J. H. Smythe , and others

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Melville
Unknown: Alexander Keith
Unknown: Arthur Black
Unknown: David Fergus
Unknown: Kathleen MacLeod
Unknown: Helen Drever
Unknown: J. H. Smythe

: 'VISITORS' BOOK '

Impressions of the Empire Exhibition by visitors to Scotland

: FEILL THAISBEANAIDH NA H-IMPEARACHD

Ceilidh as A' Chlachan
(Ceilidh from the Clachan at the Empire Exhibition, Scotland)

: ' WHERE TWO OR THREE ARE GATHERED TOGETHER'

A short period of evening worship
The Rev. George J. Jeffrey ,
Sherbrooke Church, Glasgow

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. George J. Jeffrey

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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