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: Lunch-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.
(to 13.30)

: Broadcast to Schools: Our Wild Plants at Home-A Wood in Spring

Mr. H. A. Hyde

Contributors

Speaker: H.A. Hyde

: The Station Orchestra

Maude Folland (Soprano), Hylda Clompus (Recital)

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Soprano: Maude Folland
Recital: Hylda Clompus

: The Star Chamber and South Wales

Mr. F. J. Harries

Contributors

Speaker: F.J. Harries

: Orchestra

Selection, 'The Happy Day' ..... Jones and Rubens

: Orchestra

Reminiscences of All Nations .... arr. Godfrey

: Songs of Gwalia: A Request Programme

"And there shall I find harping strings
And silver rhymes and old,
And previous, half-forgotten things,
And hearts which grow not cold,
And the healing peace of the mountains,
and the gleam of the lowland corn,
And the voices out of the twlilight - in the land where I was born."
(A.G. Prys Jones)

The Romilly Boys' Choir, conducted by W.M. Williams

Mattie Davies (contralto)

Contributors

Singers: The Romilly Boys' Choir
Conductor: W.M. Williams
Contralto: Mattie Davies

: S.B. from London

(9.15 Local Announcements)

: Echoes from the Greenleaf Theatre

Two Ballatas by Franco Sacchetti.
[Starring] The Greenleaf Players
1. His talk with certain peasant girls
2. Catch on a Fine Day

(to 23.00)

Contributors

Violin: Frank Thomas
Violin: Frank Whitnall
Pianoforte: Hubert Pengelly
Unknown: John Dowland
Unknown: Constance Smedley
Unknown: Domenico Scarlatti
Unknown: Constance Smedley
Unknown: David Brynley
Writer (Two Ballatas): Franco Sacchetti
Julia (a very youthful lady): Betty Rayner
Lucetta (her maid): Joan Rayner
The Courtyard of the Duke of Milan's Palace Silvia (daughter of the Duke): Joan Rayner
Julia (disguised as page to Proteus): Betty Rayner








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