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(Historical Incidents written and arranged by Winifred M. Manners, B.A.).
S.B. to Glasgow.

Scene I - 570 A.D.
The Crook of the Don at Balgownie.
St. Machar Plants the First Christian Chapel at Aberdeen.

Scene II - 1319 A.D.
At the Market Cross.
Robert Bruce Grants a Charter to the City.

Scene III - 1411 A.D.
The West Port of the City.
Return of the Aberdeen men after the Battle of Harlow.

Scene IV - 1644 A.D.
The Council Room.
Montrose Summons the City to Surrender.

Scene V - 1745 A.D.
The Town Cross in the Castlegate.
The Provost is Forced to Proclaim the Pretender.

Scene VI - 1924 A.D.

The Studio
Lord Provost Meff speaks about present-day Aberdeen.

Incidental Music by The Grandholm Choir
Conductor, Alex. Leitch
The Wireless Orchestra
Conductor, Nancy Lee
Pipe Band


Writer/Arranged by (Glimpses of Aberdeen):
Winifred M. Manners
Lord Provost Meff
The Grandholm Choir
Alex. Leitch
The Wireless Orchestra
Nancy Lee

2BD Aberdeen

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More