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: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Relayed from THE NATIONAL MUSEUM 'OF
WALES

: The Children's Hour

' Fish Spying and Fly Tying'
Hints for Youthful Anglers by D. MCCULLOCH
'A Window in Fairyland'
A Suite by HILARY VAUGHAN Sung by MERCEDES MARSH
' The Little Princess doesn't sleep'
A Story for the little ones
By RENE M. WORLEY

Contributors

Unknown: D. McCulloch
Unknown: Hilary Vaughan
Sung By: Mercedes Marsh
Unknown: Rene M. Worley

: Egwyl Gymraeg

Miss KITTY LEWIS
' Gwasanaeth Cymdeithasol yng Nghymru : Beth ddaw ohono ? '
MISS KITTY LEWIS became Hon. Sec. of the Welsh Student Self Help Council in 1929, and the following Autumn went to America to raise a Student Loan Fund among the American Welsh. She is at present working with the League of Nations Union (Flintshire County Committee) ; the Welsh School of Social Service ; and tho International Voluntary Service. She is a member of the County Council for Flintshire and of the Council of Bangor University College.

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Kitty Lewis
Unknown: Miss Kitty Lewis

: A Hermann Lohr Programme

RONALD CHIVERS (Baritone)..
THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Leader, LOUIS LEVITUS
ORCHESTRA
Four Cinderella Dances
Fairy Dance; Stately Dance; Little Waltz; Country Dance
Intermezzo, Amber Eyes
Entr'acte, Jackanapes Minuet
RONALD CHIVERS
Messmates
The little green Doorway In Love
ORCHESTRA
Little Suite, Fleeting Funcies
Serenade ; Chansonette ; Valsette
RONALD CHIVERS
To my first Love
You'd better ask me The little Irish Cirl
ORCHESTRA
Selection, Popular Songs

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Chivers








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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.

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