Spotlight on current affairs
'Have you ever been to the Trossachs?' Ian Finlay describes one of Scotland's loveliest districts
'Packing and Unpacking,' by Alan Melville
'Beginners In the Kitchen' by Marjorie Huxley
Serial: 'Because of the Lockwoods' by Dorothy Whipple.
'What's Going On': current affairs ' Have You Ever Been to Edinburgh Castle? ' Ian Finlay describes the most romantic building in Scotland's capital city
' Tunes you know and tales you don't know,' by J. H. Squire
' History Without Tears,' by Vivian Ogilvie
' Beginners in the Kitchen,' by Bee Nilson
Serial: 'This Brittle Glory' by Stella Morton. Abridged by Evelyn Howland. Read by Olive Gregg
Introduced by Olive Shapley
'What's Going On': current affairs
'Have You Ever Been to the Scottish Borders?' Ian Finlay describes Sir Walter Scott's country, rich in romantic story.
'Tunes You Know and Tales You Don't Know.' by J. H. Squire
'First Baby,' by Shirley Deane
'Beginners in the Kitchen,' by Betty Bucknell
'An Ideal Family.' Story by Katherine Mansfield. Read by Joan Hart
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