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Leader, Frank Thomas
Relayed from The National Museum of Wales


Leader: Frank Thomas

: Daventry National Programme

o Bafiliwn yr Eisteddfod, Caerffili
Ymdaith yr Urdd, gan y gynulleidfa
Anerchiad gan Mr. MORGAN JONES, A.S. Can yr Urdd, gan y gynulleidfa Anerchiad Mr. Ifan AB OWEN EDWARDS, Sylfaenydd yr UrddAnerchiad y Gwir Barehedig TIMOTHY REES, Esgob Llandaf
Hen Wlad fy Nhadau
Prior to the opening of the Eisteddfod this afternoon, a huge procession of competitors and members will be formed. Five bands will play as the procession goes to the Pavilion, and each Cylch will have its banner carried by six members.


Unknown: Laethol Ieuenctid

: The Children's Hour

'Do you remember?' No. 2. Tunes you must have heard,' played by Evelyn Amey. Xylophone Solos by Leslie Lewis. 'Particular Pets,' No. 7; Jess, 'the story of a dog,' by H. M. Batten.


Played By: Evelyn Amey.
Solos By: Leslie Lewis.
Unknown: H. M. Batten.

: The First News

WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Sports Bulletin

: Egwyl Gymraeg

Mr. J. ELLIS WILLIAMS : Dipyn o Dychanu '
Mr. Williams is adjudicator of the satiric poems at next year's National Eisteddfod, and he is one of the Drama judges at this year's
Urdd National Eisteddfod at Caerphilly.


Unknown: Mr. J. Ellis Williams

: A Concert

Relayed from The Colston Hall , Bristol
HERRICK HAYES Principal Singers
SYDNEY NORTHCOTE Principal singers HUBERT J. Foss
Pianofortes D. E. PITCHER Pianofortes
Leader of the Orchestra, Maurice Alexander
Conductor, ARTHUR WARRELL (Conducted by The COMPOSER)(Conducted by SYDNEY NORTHCOTE)


Unknown: Colston Hall
Unknown: Herrick Hayes
Singers: Sydney Northcote
Singers: Hubert J. Foss
Pianofortes: D. E. Pitcher
Conductor: Maurice Alexander
Conductor: Arthur Warrell

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