2.5 Music: Time and Tune
' High and Low '
2.40 Nature Study
' Birds of the Moorland '
G. W. MACALLISTER
3.5 Scottish History
' Queen Margaret and her Sons'
E. BOOG WATSON
A Further Review of Outstanding Events in the Capital of the Bogle
Devised by Alan Melville and Arthur Black
Music by Jimmy Ross and Bill Thomson
Jack Holden , John Mearns , Dorothy Forrest , W. M. Carnegie , Addie Ross , A. E. Cruickshank , Arthur Black , Bessie Webster , Jimmy Ross ,
Production by Alan Melville
It is now some months since
Blairbogle took its place on the radio map. Earlier in the year listeners heard an amusing account, in sketch and song, of the mild racketeering engendered by the council's efforts to make Blairhogle an important holiday centre. Tonight's Blairbogle bulletin is of a more general character, but listeners may rest assured that they will hear a good deal of pointed comment on the life of a small Scottish town.
Edited by Peter Thomson
The first of a series of programmes consisting of incidental records made by the van during its visit to Scotland, including stories by some of the following:-
A Canadian Hitch Hiker
Edinburgh Street Musician
Mrs. Morrison at the Clachan at the Exhibition
H. J. Evans , of Dundee, who has a rather unique experience to tell about the War, and a Canadian student who this summer visited Scotland for the first time
Recorded under the direction of Peter Thomson
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