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: DARLLEDU I'R YSGOLION YNG NGHYMRU

IRENE MYRDDlN DAVIES
'PlantCymrutrwy'rOesoedd':Gwers2 Ymweliad bachgen bach o Silwriad a'i dad a dinas Caerwent

Contributors

Unknown: Irene Myrddln Davies

: The Children's Hour

' Jill ', a West Country Programme in Song and Story by RAYMOND GLENDINNING

Contributors

Story By: Raymond Glendinning

: ' The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Market Prices for Farmers in the West

: An Orchestral Concert of Gramophone Records

THE PHILADELPHIA SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA .
Conducted by LEOPOLD STOKOVSKI

Contributors

Conducted By: Leopold Stokovski

: THE CARDIFF BANJO, MANDOLINE, AND GUITAR CLUB

LYN JOSHUA (In Light Harmony)

Contributors

Unknown: Lyn Joshua

: Burns Night Celebrations

175th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns at The Cardiff Caledonian Society's Dinner
Relayed from the City Hall, Cardiff
Major John Hay Beith, M.C. (Ian Hay), introduced by the President, Professor Gilbert I. Strachan, M.D., F.R.C.S., proposing the toast of 'The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns' and Burns Songs by Ian MacPherson (baritone)

Contributors

Speaker: Professor Gilbert I. Strachan, M.D., F.R.C.S.
Speaker: Major John Hay Beith, M.C.
Speaker (alternative name): Ian Hay
Songs By: Ian MacPherson

: FLORENCE OLDHAM

(Songs at the Piano)
Relayed from The Blue Horizon
Country Club, St. Mellons

: 'Trent's Last Case'

A Radio Play in Five Scenes
From the Novel of E. C. BENTLEY by ANTHONY L. ELLIS and BARBARA BURNHAM
The Scenes
I. The Library at White Gables,
Marlstone, one summer evening
2. Editorial office of The Record, next morning
3. The Library, late afternoon
4. The Coroner's room at the Inquest, some days later
5. The Library, directly after
The Characters :
(London Regional Programme)
(This play was broadcast in the National
Programme last night)

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony L. Ellis
Unknown: Barbara Burnham
Silas Manderson: Ben Welden
Julia Manderson, his wife: Janet Taylor
Henry Cupples, his uncle by marriage: George Elton
Calvin Bunner, his American secretary: Leslie Bradley
John Marlowe, his English secretary: Eric Anderson
Martin, his butler: Theodore Smythe
Philip Trent, artist, and amateur detective: Charles Hickman
Sir James Molloy, Editor of The Daily Record: Pascoe Thornton
Inspector: Charles Groves
A Coroner: James Tovey
A Juryman: Pascoe Thomton
Police Sergeant: J Adrian Byme

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast'Second.General News








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