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: A MID-WEEK SERVICE

Conducted by the Rev. G. T. H. Reid , St. Andrew's Church, Juniper
Green

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. G. T. H. Reid

: SCELL IOMRAIDH MIOSAIL

Donnchadh MacCaluim
(Monthly News Review)

Contributors

Unknown: Donnchadh MacCaluim

: JOSE SHULMAN

at the piano

: NEWS

A re-reading of the First News

: THE BBC ORCHESTRA

(Section C)
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Constant Lambert
(Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Laurance Turner

: The Growth of a Beard

or "Prig's Progress" by Denis Constanduros
(Regional)

Contributors

Writer: Denis Constanduros
Producer: Barbara Burnham
Stephen (as he is now): Godfrey Kenton
Stephen, a Child: Neville Gates
Lucy, his nurse: Ann Wilton
His mother: Martita Hunt
Nigel: Alan Wheatley
Natalie: Edana Romney
Other voices: John Mortimer
Other voices: Frith Banbury
Other voices: Alan Sykes
Other voices: Grace Edwin
Other voices: Nadine March

: PIBROCH SELECTIONS

by R. B. Nicol

Contributors

Unknown: R. B. Nicol

: FIDOLIN' AROUND

Another programme of violin varieties played by John A. Morgan with James Loughlin at the piano

Contributors

Played By: John A. Morgan
Unknown: James Loughlin

: MOOT CAMP FIRE

An International Sing Song from the World Rover Scout Moot
(1939), Monzie Castle, Scotland
Five thousand Rovers, drawn from many different countries, are camping out for their annual moot on the 800 acres of Monzie (pronounced Mon-ee) Castle, near Crieff. Weeks ago they cut more than a hundred tons of wood as fuel for the camp fires, around one of which they will gather tonight with BBC micro- phones for a typical scout celebra- tion and sing song.
There will actually be in the camp a thousand more Rovers than there are citizens of Crieff, and to deal with the problems of this temporary township, a bank, a library, and restaurants have been established.
This is one of several programmes that will be broadcast during the run of the camp.

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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