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: WELSH MOTOR RALLY TRIALS

A commentary by K. Rowland Harries from Cathays Park, Cardiff

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

Fifth Day of Request Week
Cwmcaws and Cwmbara
A revival of the popular programme
' A Trip to Weston ' by W. P. THOMAS
5.45 From Regional :
'Here and There' a summary of the week's news by STEPHEN KING-HALL

: GENE LYNN

at the Organ of the Castle Cinema,
Merthyr Tydfil

: 'DER ROSENKAVALIER'

Gramophone Records
Excerpts from by Richard Strauss
Barbara Kemp (contralto): Monologue of the Marschallin
Else Ruzicka (mezzo-soprano),
Alexander Kipnis (bass), with The Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Erich Orthmann : Letter Scene and Waltz
Tiana Lemnitz (soprano),
Viorica Ursuleac (soprano), Erna Berger (soprano), with the Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Clemens Krauss : I made a vow to love him

: INTERLUDE

The first in a series of readings with music of the English verse of Welsh poets
The poetry of A. G. Prys Jones read by Eileen Davies , Irene Price ,
Ivor Maddox , and Arthur Phillips arranged by Dafydd Gruffydd

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast
7.20 Western Announcements, and Bulletin for Welsh Farmers

: A RECITAL OF RUSSIAN MUSIC

Beryl Tichbon (pianoforte)
The Bristol Singers
Conductor, Geoffrey Tucker

SINGERS Glory to God the Father - Rakhmaninov
Legend (Christ in His Garden) - Chaykovsky
Two Roses - Cut
Wild Cherry Blossom - Kopylov
Sun and Moon - Grechaninov
BERYL TICHBONMazurka in F sharp minor - Lyadov
Prelude, Op. 11, No. 4 - Skryabin
Prelude in G minor - Rakhmaninov
Idylle, Op. 7, No. 1 - Medtner
Russian Dance (Petrushka) - Stravinsky
SINGERS Down St. Peter's road (Folk Song) - arr. Schindler
The Nightingale - Chaykovsky
Hi! River broad and bright (Traditional Melody) - Mussorgsky, arr. Deems Taylor
Autumn, Op. 11, No. 1 - Grechaninov
Song of the Cudgel (Old Volga Burlaki Song) - arr. Schindler

: THE MUSIC BOX

presented by Ivan Campbell from the Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl
Hal Bryan (comedian)
Eric Mason (entertainer)
Leslie Jones (baritone)
John Causer (character comedian)
Jean Rema
(dancing star from Radiolympia)
Stanley Pogson (pianist)
Nonnie Barnes (comedienne) Helen Leal (musical comedy)
Gordon Marsh and his Cabaret including Beryl Lesley and The Marshmallows with Cliff Gwilliam and his Pavilion Orchestra

: 'LOOKING AHEAD'

A regular causerie of forthcoming events in various sports and open-air life
Schools Sports, Eric Evans
Swimming, R. P. Green

: COLEG Y BALA

Rhaglen i ddathlu canmlwyddiant y Coleg. Yn y rhaglen hon, ceir nifer o olygfeydd yn dangos twf y Coleg o'i ddyddiau cyntaf, a'i sefydliad gan
Lewis Edwards
Y Cyfarwyddo gan Dafydd Gruffydd (A programme to celebrate the centenary of the Bala Theological
College)

: A PIANOFORTE RECITAL

by Mabel Sully

Choral Prelude, Mortify us by Thy Goodness - Bach, arr. Rummel
Pastourelle - Poulenc
Ballade in F, Op. 38 - Chopin

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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