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: Falkman and his Orchestra

at the Capitol Cinema, Cardiff.
(to 16.30)


Musicians: Falkman and his Orchestra

: Women's Hour

A Talk on Hockey, by Mr. H. E. Haslam (English International).
Beauty Culture, by Madame Desti.


Speaker (A Talk on Hockey): H. E. Haslam
Item presenter (Beauty Culture): Madame Desti

: Weather Forecast; Children's Stories

(1) The Faithful Beasts; (2) Wild Flower Talks: By Moor and Fen, by Mrs. Albert G. Latham.


Speaker (Wild Flower Talks): Mrs. Albert G. Latham

: First General News Bulletin

S.B. from London, and Local News.

: The World's Flight

Capt. Norman MacMillan, Commander of the Forthcoming World's Flight, will talk.


Speaker: Capt. Norman MacMillan

: Popular Night - The Cymradios will Scintillate

The Cymradios make their bow; Sambo sings about the West Country; The Cymradios discuss the respective merits of Tea and Cyder; Sybil, with a "Hey Derry Down"; Sydney, with help from Cecil, hopes to be facetious; Sybil and Sambo try out a Duet; Sadie begs you to "Take no Notice"; The Cymradios attend a Parish Muffin Scramble; Sybil, with attendant Satellites, greets the "New Moon".


Performers: The Cymradios

: Second General News Bulletin

S.B. from London, and Local Weather.

: More Scintillations by the Cymradios

Sadie and Charlie enjoy themselves in a swing; Sydney and Cecil make another attempt; Sybil bids the Moon "Good Night"; The Cymradios decide to go in for "Wireless"; Sambo "Will roar you like any sucking dove"; Sadie and Sydney exchange views on the "Little Home They'd Like to Build"; The Cymradios bid "Good Night, Everybody".


Performers: The Cymradios
Announcer: A. Corbett-Smith

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