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: THE DAILY SERVICE

(Gwasanaeth y Bore)

: I'R YSGOLION

(For Schools)
Stori, Rhigwm, a Chan
(I'r Plant Lleiaf)
2—' Rhigymau Gyrru ' gan HULDAH BASSETT
Mynd drot, drot' yw sail y wers hon. Bydd miwsig ynddi, a chaiff y plant ystumio a symud yn 61 carlam a throt. Cassie Davies a drefnodd y gyfres' a'i seilio ar chwedlau ac alawon gwerin Cymru.

Contributors

Unknown: Rhigymau Gyrru
Unknown: Cassie Davies

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast
(Yr Ail Newyddion)

: Cyhoeddiadau

(Welsh Announcements)
Bulletin for Welsh Farmers
(Prisiau i Ffermwyr Cymru)

: DADL AR DDEDDF MARCHNATA LLAETH

E. Verley Merchant
Thomas Evans
Henry Bennett
(For Farmers: A Debate on the Milk Marketing Act)

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Evans
Unknown: Henry Bennett

: ' WHEN DAY IS DONE '

(' Melyster Diwedd Dydd ')
Soothing Melodies-Old and New-at the End of the Day with Betty Hewitt
Mai Jones
Haydn Adams
Lyn Joshua
Frank Thomas
Gwen Griffiths
Cliff Earnshaw
Hubert Pengelly and Male Chorus
(Arrangements by Idloes Owen )
Devised by Mai Jones and produced by Glyn Jones

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Hewitt
Unknown: Mai Jones
Unknown: Haydn Adams
Unknown: Lyn Joshua
Unknown: Frank Thomas
Unknown: Gwen Griffiths
Unknown: Cliff Earnshaw
Unknown: Hubert Pengelly
Arrangements By: Idloes Owen
Unknown: Mai Jones
Produced By: Glyn Jones

: CERDDORIAETH GAN GUTYN MAWRTH

(Music by Gutyn Mawrth )
Mair Roberts (soprano)

Contributors

Music By: Gutyn Mawrth
Soprano: Mair Roberts

: WHERE WE CAME FROM

Recollections of the Trek to South
Wales forty and fifty years ago
1—' Men of Rhymney '
Today the glory of Rhymney has faded. The past, with all its bustle and prosperity, its tireless headgears and hurrying trains of coal, the past with the fine singing of great choirs, has been folded like a book.
They came from all parts to shape that new life-from the quarries of the north, from the quiet farms of the English countryside, from the fields and the ports of Ireland. Let us introduce to you this evening four of those who came-a North Walian, a Worcester man, an Irishman, and a Cornishman.
(Y Ffordd y daethom i'r De. 1—
Gwyr Rhymni )

Contributors

Unknown: Gwyr Rhymni

: MAX GERALD

at the Organ of the Arcadia Theatre,
Colwyn Bay
(Max Gerald wrth Organ yr Arcadia
Theatre, Colwyn Bay )

Contributors

Unknown: Colwyn Bay
Unknown: Max Gerald
Unknown: Colwyn Bay

: THE FOURTH NEWS

(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS AND SPORTS
(Newyddion a Materion y Dydd)

: JACK WHITE AND HIS COLLEGIANS

from the Astoria Dance Salon
(Regional)

: GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Excerpts from Operas by Gluck
Georges Thill (tenor): Admetus'
Aria (Alceste)
Suzanne Balgueri (soprano): Divinites du Styx (Infernal Powers) (Aiceste)
Tito Schipa (tenor) : Che faro senza Euridice (What shall I do without Eurydice) (Orfeo ed Euridice)
Frida Leider (soprano): Ah! si la liberte (0 Blessed Freedom) (Armide)
(Regional)

Contributors

Tenor: Georges Thill
Soprano: Suzanne Balgueri
Tenor: Tito Schipa
Soprano: Frida Leider

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast
(Newyddion Hwyr)








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