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: THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND

and FRANCES GERALDI (Mezzo-Soprano), Mrs. ETHEL SMITH (English Concertina Soloist), B. SPEIGHT (Entertainer at the Piano)

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Frances Geraldi
Mezzo-Soprano: Mrs. Ethel Smith
Soloist: B. Speight

: WELSH PROGRAMME

Half-an-hour of Penillion with: J. E. JONES (Penillion Singer) and NANSI RICHARDS (Harpist)
J. E. JONES
Mab y Mynydd Hwiangerdd Y Lloer
NANSI RICHARDS
Traditional Welsh Airs
J. E. JONES
Hunanaberth Hedd Wyn
Hen Lano Tynymynydd Y Sipsi

Contributors

Unknown: J. E. Jones
Harpist: Nansi Richards
Unknown: Mynydd Hwiangerdd
Unknown: J. E. Jones
Unknown: Hunanaberth Hedd Wyn
Unknown: Hen Lano Tynymynydd
Unknown: Y Sipsi

: 'TOP O' THE TIDE'

A Welsh Play in One Act, by J. O. FRANCIS. Presented by R. E. JEFFREY
Characters:
(His daughters)
The Singer on the Path
THE action of the play takes place on the Welsh coast. The scene is a room in a fisherman's cottage where live Rees Morgan and his two daughters, Katie and Ann. It is early morning just before daybreak, and the room is lit by a paraffin lamp. Ann is standing by the window looking out towards the sea, Katie is at the table where she has been washing up some cups and saucers.

Contributors

Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey
Unknown: Rees Morgan








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