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: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin, followed by Regional Announcements

: ' Yn Gynnar yn y Bore' Comedi gan IDWAL JONES

Golygfa: Rhywle yn y wlad
Cymeriadau :
I anto Twm} Dau gerddor ar erwydr William, Gwas Fferm Jenkins, Ffermwr Marged , Ei Ferch
(From Swansca)


Unknown: Gwas Fferm
Unknown: Ffermwr Marged

: Serenades from Many Lands

Leader, FRANK THOMAS A SERENADE is properly an evening song, but it may be any piece of music meant for performance at night in the open air, and more particularly the music of a lover beneath the window of his adored. Serenades in these days, however, have lost much of their character, and are now played anywhere and at any time. The serenade in this programme are representative in style of many countries including Spain, Italy, Algeria, Argentine, and Hawaii, apart from V/ctor Herbert's Suite of Serenades which adds China, Cuba, and the Orient to this list.


Leader: Frank Thomas

: 'Gaffer and Gavotte'-7

A West Country Programme of simple humour and sophisticated dance, including four West Country Dialect Sketches
' Further Wiles of Old Gaffer' by F. MARRIOTT WATSON
I. The Pig
2. The Hypnotist 3. Done Brown
4. A Question of Eyesight
The Scene of all the Sketches is in the Bar Parlour of the Pheasant Inn at
The Plays produced by CYRIL WOOD
AS on previous occasions, gavottes of various periods and composers will be played by the Western Studio Orchestra before and after the programme and in the intervals between the sketches


Unknown: F. Marriott Watson
Produced By: Cyril Wood


Directed by HENRY HALL


Directed By: Henry Hall

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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