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: DARLLEDU I'R YSGOLION YNG NGHYMRU

(Broadcasts to Schools in Wales)
Egwyl (Interlude)
3.5 Seiniau Llafar Cymraeg a Saesneg Trefnwyd gan
STEPHEN JONES gyda chymorth R. J. PAUL WILLIAMS
Gwers 6—' Y Cytseiniaid '

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

A Young Artists' Programme
Stories read ; Music played ; and Songs sung by young people

: LET US INTRODUCE

Dorothy Bush (soprano)
Vyvyan Williams (baritone)
A series of short programmes in which certain artists make their first appearance before the microphone

: RHYL SILVER BAND

Conductor, Tal Morris from the Pavilion, Rhyl

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: TRO I'R WYL LYFRAU

(A visit to the Welsh Book Festival, at the Lesser Hall, City Hall, Cardiff)
Crwydra sylwedydd ymysg y Ilyfrau a'r llawysgrifau a rhydd ddisgrifiad ohonynt a pheth o hanes y gwyddonwyr Cymreig. Sonnir hefyd am arwyddocad gwyr fel Hugh Owen Thomas, Syr Robert Jones a William Preece yn natblygiad gwyddoniaeth
Y sylwedydd fydd Myfanwy Howell

: RHAGLEN YSGAFN

gan
Fyfyrwyr Coleg y Brifysgol, Bangor (A Light Programme by The Students of the University College, Bangor)

: ' POINTS OF VIEW '

Richard Hughes
A new series of talks by literary men who have in their published writings shown very individual attitudes towards life and literature. All of them are writers who have displayed a keen interest in Wales and all things Welsh

: MUSIC INTO PLAY

The sixth and last of the present series of programmes of songs and incidental music from the radio plays of the West, together with the scenes from the plays in which the music occurs Devised and compered by Cyril Wood
Music by Various Composers
Music and Extracts from the following plays will be heard :
' Masque of Lob ' by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon
' Dogs of Devon ' by F. R. Bell and Harold Ellis
'Wassail' by Wyndham Goodden
' Westward Ho ' by Charles Kingsley , adapted by Louise Drury
' Willow the King ' by Herbert Farjeon
' Melloney Holtspur ' by John Masefield
' Bertie ' by Diana Morgan
' Prunella ' by Laurence Housman and H. Granville-Barker
' Tod the Tailor' by W. Griffin
' The Bunch of Roses ' by Diana Morgan
' Devonshire Cream' by Eden Phillpotts
The Clifton Light Orchestra
Conducted by Reginald Redman
Production by Cyril Wood '

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast) SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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