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: The Children's Hour

A ' Toy' Programme played by EVELYN AMEY
Rhiannon John a ENID Picton DAVIES Caneuon 'smala-(Humorous Songs)
D. S. DAVIES and his Mouth Organ


Played By: Evelyn Amey
Played By: Rhiannon John
Unknown: D. S. Davies

: Cornish Maytide Customs '

(National Programme)


Talk By: A. K. Hamilton Jenkin

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements

: A Programme of the Music of Amy Woodforde-Finden THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA Leader, FRANK THOMAS OLIVE GILBERT (contralto)

Suite, The Pagoda of Flowers
I. Introduction and Passing of Priests; 2. Midst the Petals ; 3. The Star Flower Tree; 4. The Blue Lotus Dance; 5. The Return of Oomala OLIVE GILBERT
Four Indian Love Lyrics i. The Temple Bells; 2. Less than the Dust; 3. Kashmiri Song; 4. Till I wake
Suite, Stars of the Desert
I. Stars of the Desert; 2. You are all that is lovely; 3. The Rice was under Water; 4. Fate
Far across the Desert Sand (Suite, A In the great Bazaars } lover in Allah be with us J Damascus)
Suite, On Jhelum River i. Jhelum Boat Song; 2. The Song of the Bride; 3. Will the Red Sun never set; 4. Ashoo at her lattice; 5. Only a Rose; 6. Kingfisher Blue


Unknown: Oomala Olive Gilbert
Unknown: Jhelum River

: Cymysgedd

Rhaglen amrywiaethol fydd gennym heno, a cheisiwn eich difyrru mewn stori, alawon a chaneuon digri
Cymerir rhan gan :
J. EDDIE PARRY mewn difyrrwch gyda'r Piano
DAI A SHONI a'u tafodau ffraeth
MAI JONES yn canu ar y piano a'r acordian, gan roi gwisg newydd i'n hen alawon


Unknown: J. Eddie Parry
Unknown: Mai Jones

: Welsh Coal

A Series of Talks on a vital problem 3-A Discussion between two Owners
TWO SCHOOLS of thought will be represented by the speakers tonight. Broadly speaking, there are those who wish to limit output and control prices, and there are others who wish to increase output and to take their chance of prices. These two points of view will be represented by two well-known owners, who, for the purpose of this discussion, will be anonymous.

: Llais a PhenniU

Sef Cyfres o farddoniaeth mewn pennill a chan
' A glyw gan utrig ni bydd' — Anad.
Y Canwr, Tom PICKERING (tenor)
I. ' 'Pan oeddwn i gartref ', ganCeiriog.
Yr alaw ' Hobed o Hilion', trefn. Hopkin Evans
2. ' Miwsig', gan Dafydd Ddu o Eryri
(1760-1822). Y Gerddoriaeth gan D. Vaughan Thomas
3. ' Cyfeillion Bach yr Haf', gan Richard ab Hugh. Y Gerddoriaeth gan David de Lloyd
4. ' Dagrau',gan T. H. Parry Williams.
Y Gerddoriaeth gan Tom Jenkins.
5. I wisgo aur goron', gan Ceiriog.
Yr alaw ' Glan meddwdod mwyn', trefn. C. H. Clements
6. ' Y Gelynen, Hen gan Werin Môn'.
Y Gerddoriaeth, trefn. E. T. Davies
7. ' Aros mae'r Mynyddau Mawr'. Y
Gerddoriaeth gan Charles Clements
8. ' Maesaleg', gan Dafydd ap Gwilym.
' Y Gerddoriaeth gan David Evans
9. ' Cwyn Y Gwynt', gan
Sir John Morris Jones , ' Y Gerddoriaeth ' gan Rhyda Jones , Y Gwylanod, Y Cwmwl, Seren,' Unig', gan Sir John Morris Jones , ' Y Gerddoriaeth ' gan Hubert Rees
(From Sioansea)


Tenor: Tom Pickering
Unknown: Dafydd Ddu
Unknown: D. Vaughan Thomas
Unknown: Cyfeillion Bach
Unknown: Tom Jenkins.
Unknown: H. Clements
Unknown: E. T. Davies
Unknown: Charles Clements
Unknown: David Evans
Unknown: Sir John Morris Jones
Unknown: Rhyda Jones
Unknown: Sir John Morris Jones
Unknown: Hubert Rees

: 'The Second News '

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

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