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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(As Northern Ireland)

: DANCE INTERLUDE

Al Durrant and his Dance Band with RICHARD ENGLISH, LESLIE HOPKINS , GEORGE McDoWELL and WIGGY BEAVAN

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: DATGANIAD ALAWON GWERIN

(A Recital of Welsh Folk Songs)
Megan Foster (soprano)
Gwendolen Mason (telyn) (harp)

MEGAN FOSTER Gwen lliw'r lili (Lily-like Gwen) - trefn. H. Purcell Jones
Lisa Lan (Lovely Lisa) - trefn. G. Gwyneddon Davies
Distyll y Don (The Ebb Tide) trefn. - Gwynn Williams
GWENDOLEN MASON Dafydd y Garreg Wen 1 (David of the White Rock) - tradd. trefn. J. Thomas
Serch Hudol (Love's Fascination) - tradd. trefn. J. Thomas
MEGAN FOSTER Blodau'r Cwm (Flowers of the Valley) - trefn. Gwynn Williams
Yr Hufen Melyn (The Yellow Cream) - trefn. Somervell
GWENDOLEN MASON Hobed o Hilion - tradd. trefn. E. T. Davies

: CYMANFA GANU

0 Eglwys Soar, Llantrisant
(A Singing Festival, from Soar
Church, Llantrisant)
Emyn 108, 0 mor swynol y mae'r adar (Ton, Mary)
Emyn 914, Mae yr ymdrech yn parhau (Ton, Brynheulog)
Anthem, Teyrnasa Iesu Mawr (
D. Emlyn Evans )
Emyn 763, Nesha at fy enaid (Ton,
Eurglawdd)
Emyn 677, Gwna im' yn llonydd fod (Ton, Dinbych)
Emyn 956, Pob seraff, pob sant (Ton,
Brwynog)
Yr emynau a'r tonau allan o Caniedydd yr Ysgol Sul a'r Caniedydd Cynulleidfaol Newydd
Cyfeilyddion, Sylvia Griffiths a Martin Richards
Cerddorfa Linynnol Canol Rhondda
Arweinydd, D. J. James
Arweinydd, Norman MacLeod

: CABARET

from the St. Mellons Country
Club, St. Mellons

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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