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: An Orchestral Concert

Relayed from the National Museum of Wales

National Orchestra of Wales
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)

(to 14.00)

Contributors

Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales

: Broadcast to Schools: Animal and Plant Life by the Sea Shore - IV: Seashore Life revealed by the Microscope

Professor W. M. Tattersall

In this talk we shall hear of the very small animals which swim and float. Professor Tattersall will also talk of animals which make their own light, and of floating eggs.

Contributors

Speaker: Professor W. M. Tattersall

: Welcome to the Railway Queen

Arranged by the Great Western Railway Social and Educational Union
Relayed from the Theatre Royal, Barry (By permission of Sir Arthur Carlton)
The Romilly Boys Choir and String Band and Amalgamated School Choirs
Under the direction of W. M. Williams
Vocal and Instrumental Music
The Swindon G.W.R. Ladies Prize Choir
Conducted by Charles K. Warner
The Railway Queen of Great Britain Miss Ena Best, Manchester, attended by Maids of Honour, arrives, escorted by The G.W.R. Paddington Pipe Band
Airs:
Sweet Maid of Glenderille
I love a Lassie
Pipe Major, C. Clancy
Drum Major, F. Hazell
Addresses of Welcome to the Railway Queen by Mr. Howell Williams, J.P., on behalf of the Barry Townspeople, and Sir William James Thomas, Bart., on behalf of the G.W.R. Social and Educational Union
The Railway Queen replies to the Addresses of Welcome
Mr. Edward S. Hadley, Chairman of the G.W.R. Social and Educational Union, presents the Queen with a souvenir of her visit
The Romilly Boys Choir and String Band and Amalgamated School Choirs
Vocal and Instrumental Music
The Railway Queen departs
Music by The G.W.R. Paddington Pipe Band
Air, 'The Tay Bridge'
Romilly Boys String Band
Instrumental Music

Contributors

Singers/Musicians: The Romilly Boys Choir and String Band
Direction: W. M. Williams
Singers: The Swindon G.W.R. Ladies Prize Choir
Choir conductor: Charles K. Warner
Subject: Ena Best
Musicians: The G.W.R. Paddington Pipe Band
Piper: Pipe Major C. Clancy
Drummer: Drum Major F. Hazell
Speaker: Howell Williams
Speaker: Sir William James Thomas
Speaker: Edward S. Hadley

: Mr. Isaac J. Williams: The Land of Spain - I: Travels in Spain

Mr. Williams will start from Gibraltar in this talk and will go on to Algeciras and from there to Ronda of the Romans. He will also tell of a village which seems to hang on mountainous rocks

Contributors

Speaker: Isaac J. Williams

: The Station Trio

Frank Thomas (Violin); Ronald Harding (Violoncello); Hubert Pengelly, (Pianoforte)

The Bracelet
A Play in One Act by Alfred Sutro
Presented by The Bristol Playgoers
Characters
Harvey Western
His Honour Judge Banket
Martin William
Mrs. Western
Mrs. Banket
Miss Farren
Smithers

Contributors

Violinist: Frank Thomas
Cellist: Ronald Harding
Pianist: Hubert Pengelly
Writer (The Bracelet): Alfred Sutro
[Actors]: The Bristol Playgoers








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