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: The Station Trio

Frank Thomas (Violin), Frank Whitnall ('Cello), Hubert Pengelly (Pianoforte).
Margaret Francis (Soprano)

Contributors

Violinist: Frank Thomas
Cellist: Frank Whitnall
Pianist: Hubert Pengelly
Soprano: Margaret Francis

: Welsh Folk Lore - Rhamanta or Omen-Seeking

Major C. J. Evans

Contributors

Speaker: Major C.J. Evans

: The Children's Hour

The Trio

"The Blue Wizard," a play, by Dorothy Champion.

Contributors

Writer (The Blue Wizard): Dorothy Champion

: Sandy Rowan

Scottish Comedian

Contributors

Comedian: Sandy Rowan

: Dros Gymru

(For Wales)
Noson Slawer Dydd
(Remembrances of Long Ago)
Relayed to Daventry
Ar hirnos ddnyeinog asaf,
Wrth syllu i fflamau y tan,
Mewn atgof daw wyneb rhywun,
A hiraeth dyr odlau fy nghan;
O gofio dyddian aeth heibio,
O gofio melused ei min,
Daw dagran i loewi'm llygiad,
Os llesg ydyw'm hyspryd, a blin.
Erfyl Fychan.

The Station Orchestra
Ap Sieneyn, Codiad yr Haul, Hela'r Sgwarnog... arr. Myddleton

The Mountain Ash Girls' Choir, conducted by Miss E Thomas

Lliw Gwyn rho syn yr hai, Gwenni aethers i ffair Pwllheli, Robin Goch... Flintshire and Vale of Clwyd Folk Songs, collected by Lady Herbert Lewis.

Miss Mona Hughes will give readings from Welsh poetry and Mr. Glanville Davies (Baritone) will sing in the special Welsh programme to be relayed from Cardiff to Daventry at 7.30 tonight.

Mona Hughes
Barddoniaeth am Slawer Dydd
Gems from Welsh Poetry

Mattie Davies (Contralto)

Cymry Fydd... Dr Parry
Gydar Wawr

Orchestra
Marches of the Welsh Regiments:
The Royal Welch Fusiliers; The South Wales Borderers; The Welch Regiment; The Welsh Guards

Glanville Davies (Baritone)
The Vagabond... Vaughan Williams
Wyt t'in cofio'r ler yn codi... R. S. Hughes
Four Jolly Sailormen... German

Mona Hughes
Further Readings from Welsh Poetry

Choir
Clychau Aberdovey
Ble'r Wyt ti yn Myned
God Bless the Prince of Wales

Orchestra
Ar Hyd Y Nos... Myddleton
Mae Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau

"And there shall I find harping strings
And silver rhymes and old
And precious 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 twilight, in the land where I was born." (A. G. Prys-Jones)

Contributors

Arranged by: Hywel Precelly
Reader: Mona Hughes
Contralto: Mattie Davies

: S.B. from London

(9.15 Local Announcements)








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