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: Speech

by The Rt. Hon. David Lloyd
George, M.P.
Relayed from
THE ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD OF WALES
At THE EISTEDDFOD PAVILION,
LLANELLY
(National Programme)
Chairing of the Bard
Ceremony
Relayed from
THE ROYAL NATIONAL
EISTEDDFOD OF WALES
At THE EISTEDDFOD PAVILION,
LLANELLY

Contributors

Unknown: Rt. Hon. David Lloyd

: THE CHILDREN'S Hour

' A SCRATCH PARTY'
By TONY GALLOWAY
Some Songs by GWLADYS TREVOR WILLIAMS
(Soprano)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Galloway
Songs By: Gwladys Trevor Williams

: 'WINDOWS OF YOUTH '—III

Mr. IDRIS EVANS , President of the Students'
. Representative Council of the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, Cardiff

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Idris Evans

: A Poetic Drama in One Act

Presented by THE BATH CITIZEN HOUSE PLAYERS
Relayed from THE SUMMER SCHOOL OF DRAMATIC ART, CITIZEN HOUSE, BATH
'HOLIDAY'
By WILFRID WILSON GIBSON
Characters :
Eva Sparks, a widow
Polly, her younger daughter
Nelly, her elder daughter
Daniel, Nelly's lovor
Scene: A room in a tenement dwelling on the evening of Whit-Monday. Eva Sparks is sitting on the bed on which her daughter Nelly lies unconscious, with her eyes open, and her hands moving in a regular succession of mechanical motions. Her second daughter Polly stands near the window looking out into the dismal courtyard.
THE BATH CITIZEN HOUSE PLAYERS
in A Reading of the Poems of WILFRID WILSON GIBSON including 'SONGS OF THE FAIR' and 'FLANNAN ISLE'

Contributors

Unknown: Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
Unknown: Eva Sparks
Unknown: Wilfrid Wilson








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