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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

5.0 From Midland :
A Nonsense Programme in Story, Verse, and Song
5.30 Brixham
Today we are taking you for a visit to this picturesque Devonshire fishing port

: THE AFAN PHILHARMONIC GLEE SOCIETY

Conductor, Rowland Hill from the Gorse Hall, Swansea (soloist, D. L. GEORGE (tenor>) (soloist, D. L. GEORGE> ) (soloist, D. L. GEORGE> )

: REGINALD PORTER-BROWN

at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
Torquay with J. Ashfield Salter (tenor)

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: BRAND NEW

A programme by artists who are making their appearance before the microphone for the first time

: YMA A THRAW

(Around and About)
E. Morgan Humphreys

: CORNISH TIN

A Programme on the Mines and Miners of Cornwall
The history of tin from pre-Christian times to the present day, and a record of the lives and customs of tinners from the twelfth century by A. K. Hamilton Jenkin with Ross Hutchinson , Billy Poeton ,
George Holloway , Merrick Lucas ,
Bernard Fishwick , Jean Wickenden ,
Barbara Edwards , Tom Jones and recordings of a visit to a tin mine
Produced by Francis Dillon
An interesting article by A. K. Hamilton Jenkin will be found on page 18

: THE CARDIFF ENSEMBLE CHAMBER CONCERTS

Directed by Ronald Harding
From the National Museum of Wales
(Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre)
Frank Thomas (violin), Gwen Griffiths (violin), Nina Rochard (viola),Ronald Harding (violoncello), Mabel Draper (pianoforte), Mary Kendall (pianoforte)

: The New Exiles (Luton)

Among the new Welsh Communities already firmly established in England is that of Luton in Bedfordshire. In Wales we are anxious to know if our countrymen are singing the songs of Zion in a strange land
Cewch glywed am y Gymdeithas Gymraeg a'r Gwasanaethau Crefydd ol, a gwrando hefyd ar Gor Meibion Luton

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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