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: Frank Olsen

at the Organ of the Picture House, Glasgow

: 'THE WEEK-END OUT OF DOORS'

Ian Wilson

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Wilson

: 'SATURDAY SPORT'

L. Ker Robertson

Contributors

Unknown: L. Ker Robertson

: News

A re-reading of the First News
19.20 Market Prices, Scottish Announcements, and Herring Fishing Bulletin

: 'CHARLES THE THIRD'

by Donald Carswell , adapted for broadcasting by Donald Maclaren with Other principal characters are,
Clanranald younger
MacDonald of Kinlochmoidart MacDonald of Glenaladale
The Marquess of Tullibardine Sir Thomas Sheridan
John Murray of Broughton Mrs. Murray of Broughton Clementina Walkinshaw Father Mackintosh
Quartermaster-General Sullivan The Cardinal York and Highland chieftains, ghillies, soldiers, citizens of Edinburgh, etc.
Scenes
1 A cave in Moidart, July 31, 1745 2 An ante-room to the Great Gallery in Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, October, 1745
3 The Great Gallery in Holyroodhouse about the same time
4 A room in Culloden House,
April 15, 1746
5 A sheiling in the highlands of Scotland
6 Rome. The Cardinal York's
Cabinet in the Cancelleria, the evening of January 1, 1766
The play produced by Gordon Gildard
This play opens with the Highland chiefs waiting for Tullibardine's return from France. Tullibardine is accompanied by the Prince's tutor and the Prince himself in disguise. The Prince therefore witnesses the chieftains' lukewarmness towards the rebellion. When he discloses himself, however, one after the other swears allegiance.
The second scene is in the great gallery of Holyroodhouse in October, 1745, where the attitude of the Edinburgh bailies is discussed. The third scene includes the introduction of Murray of Broughton, the Prince's secretary, and Clementina Walkin shaw, a childhood friend of the Prince.
The later scenes are concerned with the Council of War before Culloden, and with subsequent happenings in Rome. Here listeners will recognise the one-act play Count Albany, which has already been broadcast and televised.

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Carswell
Broadcasting By: Donald MacLaren
Unknown: Kinlochmoidart MacDonald
Unknown: John Murray
Unknown: Broughton Mrs.
Unknown: Broughton Clementina Walkinshaw
Produced By: Gordon Gildard
Produced By: Clementina Walkin
Prince Charles Edward: Jack Livesey

: Oidhche Air Cheilidh

le
Mairi NicDhomhnuill
Mairead is Seonaid NicFhileb
Mairi C. NicCrithein
Alasdair MacDhomhnuill
Gilleasbuig MacDhomhnuill
Fear an Tighe Donnchadh Maclain
(An Evening's Ceilidh)

Contributors

Unknown: Mairi Nicdhomhnuill
Unknown: Donnchadh MacLain

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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