BIMBO and KOKo-the Two Clowns
Tales of Aunt Sarah's Schooldays by SARAH JONES
Diaries of Many Dates
Tunes and Stories by RONALD BIGGS
5.45 From Regional :
' Here and There '
STEPHEN KING-HALL continues his weekly series
Alfred M. Hale
Mary Hamlin (soprano)
Frank Thomas (violin)
Sonatina in C for violin and pianoforte
Five Blake songs for soprano voice
1 A Cradle Song. 2 Morning. 3 Piping down the valleys wild. 4 How sweet I roam'd from neld to field. 5 The Schoolboy
(Violin obbligato, FRANK THOMAS )
A Concert given by the combined ' Music Making Groups ' from the Swansea Unemployed Social
Conducted by Leslie Woodgate
Assisted by Henry Cummins (baritone) and The Swansea Singers
Conductor, Lionel Rowlands
At the pianoforte, Leonard Morris from the Central Hall, Swansea
Her ac ateb gan bleidwyr y gwahanol ardaloedd
Rhai o blwyfi Mon
CAERWYN-dros Blwyf Cerrigceinwen
GWILYM CEINION-dros Blwyf
(The Battle of the Bards-
Some Anglesey Districts)
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