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: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Leader, Louis LEVITUS

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: A Recital

by JOYCE HAYDON-BULL (Pianoforte) and JENNY WARE
(Violoncello) .

Contributors

Pianoforte: Joyce Haydon-Bull

: WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Leader, Louis LEVITUS

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' What shall we do on Saturday 1 '
Mrs. VESTA GILL
Morlais, the Vagabond Minstrel by BERYL JONES
Some Welsh Songs by RONALD CHIVERS
THE WEST REGIONAL TRIO

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Vesta Gill
Songs By: Ronald Chivers

: Mr. R. C. GAUT: 'The Intensive Production of Vegetable Crops ' (From Bristol)

MR. GAUT, who is Agricultural Organizer to the Worcestershire County Council, and Chairman of the Bristol Provincial Agricultural Advisory Committee, is to continue the series of talks to farmers with special reference to the conditions obtaining in the West. In the growing of vegetable crops this regional treatment is particularly desirable. The present-day grower cannot afford, in the face of acute competition, to neglect even the smallest improvement that experiment or research reveals.

: EGWYLGYMRAEG

A WELSH INTERLUDE
(From Swansea)
Y Parch, J. L. WILLIAMS
' Robert Owen , Tad y Symudiad Sosialaidd '
THE Rev. J. L. Williams , whose appreciation of that great Welshman, Robert Owen , will bo heard tonight, has had a varied career which has shown him many facets of life. He started, at ten years of age, as a quarryman in the famous slate industry at Bluenau Festiniog. At twenty-one, however, ho won his way to Bangor University, and after a successful university career, became a minister in the Congregational Church.

Contributors

Unknown: J. L. Williams
Unknown: Robert Owen
Unknown: Symudiad Sosialaidd
Unknown: Rev. J. L. Williams
Unknown: Robert Owen








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