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: Daventry National Programme

12.45 The Western Studio Orchestra
Leader, Frank Thomas
Relayed from The National Museum of Wales

Contributors

Musicians: The Western Studio Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Frank Thomas

: The Western Studio Orchestra

Contributors

Musicians: The Western Studio Orchestra

: The Children's Hour

'Particular Pets' - I: How to keep your rabbits in good health
by Ray Kay

Xylophone Solos by Leonard Hibbard, accompanied on the piano and piano-accordion by Harry Long

The Story of the Dolphin and the Camel Bell - the third tale of the Mirror of the Sun, by D. McCulloch

Contributors

Speaker (Particular Pets): Ray Kay
Xylophonist: Leonard Hibbard
Pianist/Accordionist: Harry Long
Writer (The Story of the Dolphin and the Camel Bell): D. McCulloch

: The First News

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements

: Egwyl Gymraeg: Mr. D. Arthen Evans: Cymru a'i Christionogaoth Fore: Oes Mynach a Brawd


It is appropriate that Mr. Arthen Evans should take as his subject 'Wales and early Christianity: The Age of the Monk and Friar,' for during the Welsh National Week, which will shortly be hold in Cardiff, there will be an Exhibition at the City Hall illustrating aspects of the religious history of Wales.

Contributors

Speaker: D. Arthen Evans

: Vaudeville

Billie Desmond and Billy Noble
Syncopated Songs at the Piano

Laurie Devine
Impressions

Two Thousand Years of Change
by S. John Longmaid
with Philip Pearman, Olga Martin, and Dennis Arundell

The Western Brothers (Kenneth and George)

Maria Marovi
Gypsy Songs

Jean Melville
Piano Solos

Beata Torri
Mezzo-Soprano

The B.B.C. Dance Orchestra
Directed by Henry Hall will play during the programme

(Daventry National Programme)

Contributors

Singer/Pianist: Billie Desmond
Singer/Pianist: Billy Noble
Impressionist: Laurie Devine
Writer (Two Thousand Years of Change): S. John Longmaid
[Actor]: Philip Pearman
[Actress]: Olga Martin
[Actor]: Dennis Arundell
Comedians: The Western Brothers
Singer: Maria Marovi
Pianist: Jean Melville
Mezzo-Soprano: Beata Torri
Musicians: The B.B.C. Dance Orchestra
Orchestra directed by: Henry Hall








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