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: S.B. from London

(to 17.50 app.)

: Organ Recital

by Joseph Morgan.
Relayed from The Presbyterian Church of England, Windsor Place, Cardiff.

Contributors

Organist: Joseph Morgan

: Religious Service

Relayed from The Presbyterian Church of England, Windsor Place, Cardiff.
Preacher, The Rev. J.R. Coates, of Roath Park Presbyterian Church
Anthem, "All Ye That Cried I Waited for the Lord"

Contributors

Preacher: The Rev. J.R. Coates

: The Week's Good Cause: The Work of the Bristol General Hospital

Appeal by the Secretary, Mr. Thomas W. Gregg.

Contributors

Speaker: Thomas W. Gregg

: The Station Orchestra

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra

: Prince of Peace

A Play in One Act by A.G. Prys Jones.
An Incident in the Life of St. David.

The interior of a lonely hut in a wild forest.
Maldwyn has been treacherously overthrown by his enemies. He is badly wounded, but has managed to escape to this secret hiding place where he is awaiting succour. His sole companion in his flight is his daughter Melita. When the play opens Maldwyn is alone in the hut, and is lying upon a rough couch of bracken and skins. Melita has gone to find food. Maldwyn is expecting her return; and - though in considerable pain from his wound - is chanting slowly to himself in the gathering dusk.

Orchestra
Statue Music from 'Orpheus'
(Solo Flute: Hilary Evans)

Contributors

Writer: A.G. Prys Jones
Incidental Music: The Station Trio
Maldwyn (The Pagan Chief of a remote Cymric Tribe, a comparatively old man): Richard Barrow
Melita (His Daughter, a Girl of Eighteen): Hope Keer
St. David (The Missionary Saint of Wales): Percival Thompson
Flautist: Hilary Evans








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