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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

5.0 From Regional:
A play
' David Copperfield ', Part 5 adapted from CHARLES DICKENS 'S famous novel by PHILIP WADE and JOHN BENSON with Harold Reese , Norman Shelley , Gladys Young , Dick Francis , Dora Gregory , Deering Wells , Jenny Lovelace , Philip Wade , and Charles Hawtrey (by permission of Sydney Carroll)
In this play the adventures of David are brought to a conclusion
5.45 A Competition

: IDRIS THOMAS

at the Organ of the Empire Theatre,
Cardiff

March, Sons of the Brave - Bidgood
Green Lawns - Idris Lewis
Making a song as I go along - Lerner, Goodhart, and Hoffmann
Smilin' Thru' - Penn
Jolly Brothers - Vollstedt, arr. Idris Thomas
Moonlight and Shadows - Robins and Hollander
Favourites - arr. Idris Thomas

: A BALLAD CONCERT

Myra Lewis (soprano)
Tom Davies (bass-baritone)

MYRA LEWIS Charming Chloe - Edward German
Nymphs and Shepherds - Purcell
TOM DAVIES The Vagabond - Vaughan Williams
Dreams of Long Ago - Caruso
MYRA LEWIS Bwthyn bach melyn fy nhad (My Father's Cottage) - R. S. Hughes
Nant y Mynydd (The Mountain Brook) - Vaughan Thomas
TOM DAVIES Can yr Arad Goch (The Song of the Plough) - Idris Lewis
Berwyn (On Berwyn's Heights) - Vaughan Thomas

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: VARIETY

from
THE EMPIRE THEATRE,
NEWPORT

: 'CANTREFI CYMRU'

Cantref Canol Ceredigion
Trem ar fywyd a hanes un o hen Gantrefi Cymru Rhaglen wedi ei threfnu gan Geraint Dyfnallt Owen ("The Cantrevs of Wales'—A programme arranged by Geraint Dyfnallt
Owen)

: ' THE WOODLANDERS '

A radio play by Louise Drury
Adapted from Thomas Hardy 's novel of the same title
Principal characters in the play
George Melbury , a timber merchant Grace Melbury , his daughter
Giles Winterbourne , a young dealer in apples and cider
Edred Fitzpiers, a young doctor
Mrs. Charmond, a rich young widow, of Hintock House Marty South
John Upjohn
Robert Creedle Workers, for George Melbury
The action of the play takes place in and around the village of Little
Hintock in Dorset
The play produced by Cyril Wood

: 'UP TO LONDON'

Reginald Arkell
A personal commentary by a Westcountryman in London on things and people he has observed during the last month.

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

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