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: TUNES FOR EVERYBODY

The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted by Ian Whyte
It is the belief of Ian Whyte , the BBC's Music Director in Scotland, that many people love classical music unawares. They hear an announcement such as You will now hear Air from Suite in D by Bach ', and switch off because they are scared by the title into believing that they could not enjoy such music. That is why Ian Whyte is presenting ' Tunes for Everybody ' again-a selection of classical pieces that everyone knows, although not everyone could put a name to them. The titles, as usual, will be announced only at the end of the programme.

Contributors

Unknown: J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted By: Ian Whyte
Unknown: Ian Whyte
Unknown: Ian Whyte

: ALLAN KENNEDY

at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
Glasgow

Selection of Hill-Billy Tunes - arr. Kennedy
These Foolish Things - Strachey, arr. Hartley
Tunes of the Times - arr. Kennedy

: FOR SCOTTISH FARMERS

' Distribution of Milk'
A discussion between
F. A. Bell , F. J. Burns Reid , and Marjory H. Kennaway

Contributors

Unknown: F. A. Bell
Unknown: F. J. Burns Reid
Unknown: Marjory H. Kennaway

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: SCOTTISH PAINTERS-4

' Geddes and Wilkie '
John Tonge

Contributors

Unknown: John Tonge

: Scottish Dance Music

The Scottish Studio Orchestra

: THE FOURTH NEWS

(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and SPORT

: WHERE TWO OR THREE ARE GATHERED TOGETHER

A short period of evening worship
The Rev. W. S. Tindal ,
Pleasance Church, Edinburgh

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. W. S. Tindal

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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