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: 5WA's Five O'Clocks

"Mr. Everyman", Vocal and Instrumental Artistes, the Station Orchestra. Weather Forecast.


Speaker: Mr. Everyman
Musicians: The Station Orchestra

: News

S.B. from London.

G. A. Atkinson
S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast


Film critic: G. A. Atkinson

: Vocalist: Manuel Jones (Tenor) The Station Orchestra

7.30 Overture
"Return from Abroad" ..Mendelsohn (6)


Tenor: Manuel Jones
Musicians: The Station Orchestra

: Songs

"Cujus Animam" ("Stabat Mater") Rossini

: Orchestral Selection

"Princess Caprice".....Fall

: The Adult School Movement

Mr. Lloyd Roberts, President of the Monmouth and South Wales School Union.


Speaker: Lloyd Roberts

: Song

"Celeste Aida" ...Verdi

: Orchestral Suite

Three Dances Scott (1)

: Speeches at The Welsh Patronal Dinner of the Cardiff Cymrodorion (Welsh Society)

Relayed from the City Hall, Cardiff.

The Toasts:-
(1) "Dewi Sant" (Saint David)
Proposed by Professor D. Morgan Watkin, M.A.

9.15. (2) "Ein Gwestai" (Our Guest)
Proposed by The President of the Society, Daniel Radcliffe, ESO. J.P.
Responder: The Prime Minister.
S.B. to all Stations


Proposer (Dewi Sant): Professor D. Morgan Watkin
Proposer (Ein Gwestai): Daniel Radcliffe
Responder (Ein Gwestai): The Prime Minister [Ramsay MacDonald]

: Speeches at The Welsh Patronal Dinner of the Cardiff Cymrodorion (Welsh Society)

(3) "Cymru A Caerdydd" (Wales and Cardiff).
Proposed by The Rt. Hon. J. H. Thomas, M.P. (Secretary of State for the Colonies).
Responder: The Lord Mayor of Cardiff (Alderman Sidney Jenkins, J.P.).

10.30 (approx.)
(4) "Ein" (Our Visitors).
Proposed by Councillor Sir John Daniel.
Responder: The Rt. Hon. Vernon Hartshorn, M.P. (The Postmaster-General).


Proposer (Cymru A Caerdydd): The Rt. Hon. J. H. Thomas
Responder (Cymru A Caerdydd): Alderman Sidney Jenkins
Proposer (Ein): Councillor Sir John Daniel
Responder (Ein): The Rt. Hon. Vernon Hartshorn

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Announcer: W. N. Settle

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