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: AMLADH-CAINNTE

Fir v. Mnathan
Fear-Amlaidh, lain A. MacNeacail
(Tongue - Twisting Bee-Men v. Women. Chief Twister,
John A. Nicolson )

Contributors

Unknown: John A. Nicolson

: NEWS

A re-reading of the First News
7.20 Scottish Announcements and Herring Fishing Bulletin

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by W. Greenhouse Allt from the Freemasons' Hall.
Edinburgh

Contributors

Unknown: W. Greenhouse Allt

: 'COW LOAN LEADS TO QUEEN STREET'

Impressions of a famous Glasgow thoroughfare by Donald Maclaren
Production by Robin Russell
Taking part : Ben Levy ; Ann Downie ; Louise Foulds ; Gordon Jackson ; W. H. D. Joss ; John Morton ; James McKechnie ; Alan Mackill ; Ian Sadler ; T. Shearer
Stevenson ; Harold Wightman

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLaren
Production By: Robin Russell
Unknown: Ben Levy
Unknown: Ann Downie
Unknown: Louise Foulds
Unknown: Gordon Jackson
Unknown: W. H. D. Joss
Unknown: John Morton
Unknown: James McKechnie
Unknown: Alan MacKill
Unknown: Ian Sadler
Unknown: T. Shearer
Unknown: Harold Wightman

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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