Tunes and stories by RONALD BIGGS
5.20 From Regional
First appearance in London of BILL BAAR ('Grandpa Burton ') the well-known American radio star, in his thriller
' The Ghost Ship ', Part 1
Mr. Baar plays all the characters in his sketch himself
5.45 Dance tunes played by WINIFRED DAVEY
' The Bunny and the Ferret'
A story by CHARLES MORTIMER
' The Vale of Ceiriog'
J. C. Griffith Jones
D. L. Jones
A series of talks and conversation in which we are following George Borrow's famous itinerary. Certain localities are selected for fresh scrutiny, and comparisons and contrasts arise very easily as the modern traveller moves from place to place.
Conductor, Charles Clements
Charles Clements (organ) from Siloh Chapel, Aberystwyth
SINGERS Nymphs and Shepherds - Purcell, arr. McNaught
Come again ! Sweet love doth now invite - Dowland
Weep, O mine eyes - Bennet
The Lass with the Delicate Air - Arne, arr. West
CHARLES CLEMENTS Concerto in C minor 1 Maestoso. 2 Allegro. 3 Minuetto. 4 Allegro - Handel, arr. Best
SINGERS The Morris Dance - Stanford
My bonnie lass - Edward German
Welsh Melodies Yr Hen Erddygan (That old World Tune) - arr. J. Lloyd Williams
Y Gadlys (The War Camp) - arr. Charles Clements
CHARLES CLEMENTS Prelude in E flat - Saint-Saens
March on a Theme of Handel - Guilmant
SINGERS Cariad Crist (Christ's Love) -
Choral, Mola, di'r Arglwydd (Praise to the Lord) (translation from the Germanby If or L. Evans, Principal of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth) - Bach
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