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: The Western Studio Orchestra

(Leader, Louis Levitus)
Relayed from The National Museum of Wales
(Solo Violoncello, Ronald Harding)

Contributors

Leader: Lours. Levitus
Unknown: Ronald Harding

: The Children's Hour

Paper and Pencils ready, please. Mrs Vesta Gill hopes to be able to give some suggestions made by children themselves on the all-important problem of 'What to do on Saturday?'
Macaroni by Mabel Marlow
Western Studio Orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Vesta Gill
Unknown: Mabel Marlow

: Mr. Cecil Powell: Glass Making in Bristol'

(From Bristol)
Something of the old 'Merchant Guild' spirit still clings to the industry of glass making. This is a thing of the past in Bristol, and Mr. Powell can lay claim to being the last Bristol glassmaker. For nearly a hundred years his family were engaged in it - but among the workmen the business has passed from father to son for over 200 years. So rigid was the guild spirit that as late as 1840 a strike of three months' duration was caused because an apprentice was bound who was not considered of quite the proper lineage - although his mother was a bottle-maker's daughter and his father employed in the factory in another capacity.

: Egwyl Gymraeg

Mr T. Hughes Jones: 'Diogelu Harddwch Cymru'
Mr T. Hughes Jones was appointed Organizer to the Council for the Preservation of Rural Wales last May. The Council, which has its headquarters in London, aims at the preservation of the rural beauty of Wales, and the promotion of wise development in town and country.
(From Swansea)

Contributors

Speaker: T. Hughes Jones








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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