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: COR TELYN ERYRI

Egwyl gyda'r tannau
(The Snowdonian Harp Choir-An
Interlude with the Harp)

: SPORTS BULLETIN

1-Speedway Racing
RONNIE GREEN , the Manager of the Bristol Speedway Club, will talk about the prospects of the coming speedway season
6.35 2-Rugby Union Football
' S. 0. Else ' will tell you about the Llanelly v. Devonport Albion Rugby
Union Football Match
6.40 3-Association Football
Third Division (South)
'CITIZEN' of The Western Mail will describe the Match between Cardiff
City and Bristol Rovers

: AROUND AND ABOUT

D. H. I. Powell

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: STUDENT REVELS

A Variety Programme by members of The University College, The Technical College, and the Medical School, Cardiff including:
Little Fred and Ginger Bread
(tap dancers)
The Student Ragamuffins
(syncopated pianists)
The Lancashire Lad
The two Cold Potatoes
(cross-talk artists)
The Close Harmony Three and The Six College Cuties

: WALES v. SCOTLAND

An eye-witness account by NORMAN STEWART of the Amateur International Association Football Match played at Bangor this afternoon

: THE CARDIFF ENSEMBLE CHAMBER CONCERTS

Directed by Ronald Harding from the Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre (National Museum of Wales)
Gwen Hirst (contralto)
The Glamorgan Singers
Conductor, Lottie Wakelin
The Cardiff Ensemble Chamber
Orchestra
Principal violin,' Frank Thomas
Conductor, Ronald Harding GWEN HIRST, THE GLAMORGAN SINGERS, MABEL DRAPER (solo pianoforte), AND ORCHESTRA

A. H. TROTMAN, HILARY EVANS, MARY KEEL, FRANK THOMAS, AND STRINGS Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, in F, for trumpet, flute, oboe, violin, and strings - Bach
NINA ROCHARD AND ORCHESTRA Salve Regina for viola and orchestra - Bantock
The Rio Grande, for chorus, orchestra, and solo pianoforte - Constant Lambert

: HOLIDAY FARE

I-Boscombe
Variety from the stage of the Hippodrome including:
JENNY HOWARD
The Comedy Girl assisted by PERCY KING
(By permission of George Black )
VAN DUSEN , the Yodelling Comedian
2-Weymouth
DON RICO AND HIS
GYPSY GIRLS' ORCHESTRA from the Alexandra Gardens

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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