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: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Junior Geography
The British Empire
' The Teak Forests of Burma'
J. M. COWAN

Contributors

Unknown: J. M. Cowan

: THE WEEK-END OUT OF DOORS'

Ian Wilson

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Wilson

: 'SATURDAY SPORT'

Alec Aitken
(' Gregory Wheeler ' of The Glasgow
Evening News)

Contributors

Unknown: Alec Aitken
Unknown: Gregory Wheeler

: NEWS

A re-reading of the First Newt

: 'JULY FOR HONEYMOONS'

Jimmy Ross and Bill Thomson at two pianos with Rae Miller (vocalist)

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Ross
Unknown: Bill Thomson
Unknown: Rae Miller

: MONEY FOR FUN-1

' Man all Alone'
Scott Hall discovers a variety of holidays to suit different bachelor purses

Contributors

Unknown: Scott Hall

: OIDHCHE AIR CHEILIDH

an Carradal Orain is Ceôl-inneal
(A Ceilidh Evening)

: STUDENTS' SONGS

The Male Voices of the BBC Scottish Singers
The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted by Kemlo Stephen

Contributors

Leader: J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted By: Kemlo Stephen

: I Join the Territorials

A recorded documentary programme showing the full procedure of enlisting in the Territorial Army.
Recorded by kind permission of the 7th Battalion, the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) at their Battalion Headquarters in Glasgow.
A week or two ago producer Alan Melville stepped along from Broadcasting House, Glasgow, to the headquarters of the 7th Cameronians (the Scottish Rifles) and became an Army man. The only difference between his enlistment and that of an ordinary recruit was that in producer Melville's wake there trundled seven tons of van. Once inside H.Q., however, producer Melville rapidly became Private Melville - a process that the alert microphone of the recording van relayed faithfully to gramophone discs.
The idea of this programme is to let the ordinary listener know exactly what is required in joining a Territorial regiment and what routine of instruction is given once an applicant has been accepted.
Tonight producer Melville will present Private Melville as the hero of rifle drill, physical training, drilling, and the handling and firing of a Bren gun.

Contributors

Subject/Producer: Alan Melville

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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