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: 'SATURDAY SPORT'

Tommy Muirhead and Andrew Wemyss

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Muirhead
Unknown: Andrew Wemyss

: WELLESLEY COLLIERYBAND

Conductor, Herbert Bennett

Marche militaire - Schubert
Suite, Three Dale Dances - Wood
Selection, I Pagliacci (The Strolling Players) - Leoncavallo
Scottish Medley - Bennett

Contributors

Conductor: Herbert Bennett

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by W. D. Bernard from the Caird Hall , Dundee

Concerto in B flat, No. 2 - Handel, arr. Best
Tuba Tune - Lang
Fugue in G minor - Bach

Contributors

Unknown: W. D. Bernard
Unknown: Caird Hall

: RAB THE RHYMER

The man who ' maks them up and sings them as he toddles doon the road' returns to the microphone with new songs and old favourites
Who is 'Rab the Rhymer'? That is the question asked by hundreds of listeners when they hear the voice of this Aberdeen character. The BBC can only reply that Rab is one of their own discoveries. He himself will tell you that he's just a man who roves around the country roads, making up songs and singing them as he goes.
Rab returns to the microphone this week after a long absence. He broadcast in the main Regional programme on Monday and he comes back tonight specially for Scottish listeners with some old favourites and new songs that have been running in his head as he roamed the roads after his last series of broadcasts.

: Scottish Dance Music

The Heather Sextet
Directed by Lena Blackman

Contributors

Directed By: Lena Blackman

: THE FOURTH NEWS

(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and' SPORT

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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