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: Castle Cinema Orchestra and Organ Music

Relayed from the Castle Cinema


Musicians: Castle Cinema Orchestra

: Mr. Oswald Korth: Glass in the Olden Days


Speaker: Oswald Korth

: For Young Adventurers: Once Upon a Time

by Lilian Morgan


Speaker: Lilian Morgan

: Music and Comedy

The Station Octet, conducted by T. D. Jones


Musicians: The Station Octet
Conductor: T. D. Jones

: Music and Comedy: The Poacher

Protean Interlude by Gunstone Jones
A Comedy of Welsh Life in One Act by J. O. Francis
Twmas Shon
Marged Shon, His Wife
Dicky Bach Dwl
Dafydd Hughes, the Shop

Mind Picture. The living-room of a cottage on a Welsh countryside on an evening in spring. Twmas Shon is seated at the table finishing his supper. Marged, his wife, is at the foot of the stairs saying good-night to their daughter. Alarged speaks first.


Performer: Gunstone Jones
Writer (The Poacher): J.O. Francis

: S.B. from London

(to 23.00)

(Northern Programmes for Wednesday will be found on page 133.)

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