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: Lunch-time Music

from Cox's Cafe.
(to 13.30)

: Organ Recital

relayed from the Capitol Cinema.

: The Station Trio

Frank Thomas (Violin), Frank Whitnall (Violoncello), Vera McComb Thomas (Piano).

Contributors

Violinist: Frank Thomas
Cellist: Frank Whitnall
Pianist: Vera McComb Thomas

: School Transmission

"The Magic Crystal: How Hood Bluffed the French," by Mr. Guy Pocock, M.A.

Contributors

Speaker: Guy Pocock

: Cardiff Radio Five O'Clocks: Food and Health

by Miss Iris Llewellyn.

Contributors

Speaker: Iris Llewellyn

: On the Trail

For Young Adventurers.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: A Song of the Welsh

in honour of St. David.
Relayed to "5XX".
"And the land they love and the land they made ami the place men know them by Is a land where a tree is a singing thing and the wind is a lullaby,
Where the mists are white in the morning light as a maiden's bridal veil-
In a home that is ever the harp of song and legend and fairy tale". (A. G. Prys-Jones)
Bards:
Elfed, the Arch Druid of Wales.
Dewi Morgan, the Chaired Bard, 1925.
Wil Ifan, the Crowned Bard, 1925.
A. G. Prys-Jones
Glanville Davies (Baritone), The Mountain Ash Girls' Choir, The Glanhowy Concert Party, W. Morgan Evans (Penillion), Nancy Bryant-Davies (Harp)
The Station Orchestra
Conductor. Warwick Braithwaite
Setting: The Bardic Circle.
Prelude, Welsh Airs, by the Orchestra.
The Gorsedd Prayer
The Arch Druid speaks.
Penillion Music; Welsh Traditional Songs to the Harp.
Poem by the Crowned Bard, 1925.
The Girls' Choir: Welsh Traditional Songs.
Poem by the Chaired Bard, 1925.
The Concert Party: "Y Delyn Aur" (D. Pughe Evans); "Myfanwy" (Dr. Parry).
A Dramatic Episode in the Life of St. David.
The Girls' Choir: Welsh Traditional Songs.
Poem by A. G. Prys-Jones.
Glanville Davies: "Rhyfelgyrch Gwyr Harlech" (Welsh Air); "Y Dymhestl" (Hughes).
Penillion Music: Welsh Traditional Songs to the Harp.
The Concert Party: "Ar Hyd Y Nos" (Harry Evans); "Y Deryn, Pur"; Welsh National Anthem (J. James).

Contributors

Speaker: Elfed
Poet: Dewi Morgan
Poet: Wil Ifan
Poet: A. G. Prys-Jones
Baritone: Glanville Davies
Singers: The Mountain Ash Girls' Choir
Singers: The Glanhowy Concert Party
Penillion: W. Morgan Evans
Harpist: Nancy Bryant-Davies
Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite








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