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: The Children's Hour

St. George's Day
Feature Programme, including'Shakespearean Songs and Plays, arranged by RAYMOND C. GLENDENNING

Contributors

Arranged By: Raymond C. Glendenning

: ' The First News '

(18.00)
Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements

: The County Borough of Swansea Police Band

(By kind permission of the Chief Constable, Mr. F. J. May)
Conducted by WILLIAM GUMBLEY
ARTHUR FEAR (baritone) (Sergeant A. DIEHL)

Contributors

Conducted By: William Gumbley

: Welsh Coal-4

(20.oo) The point of view of the Trades Union Official
A Series of Talks on a vital problem
A VERY IMPORTANT factor in the Coal Trade is the Trades Union. At all stages in its journey, coal is handled by men belonging to one or other of these organisations. Tonight the representative of the Miners' Federation will give the point of view of Trade Unionism.

: Y Neuadd Gyhoeddus, Cnwc-y-Cnau

Cinio Flynyddol
Cymdeithas Sir Fawnog
Cnwc-y-Cnau
Nos Lun , Ebrill 23, 1934
Areithiau gan :
Arglwydd MAWNOG (Prif Westai)
J. JEFFERSON HUGHES - PUGH, Ysw
(Llywydd y Gymdeithas)
TOMOS IFANS
CYNFARAN REES
Ac eraill
Cenir gan ddatgeiniaid adnabyddus, a Chor y Gymdeithas
Darlledir y Rhan Olaf o'r
Ginio Williams , ' Y Gneuen Lawn '

Contributors

Unknown: Cinio Flynyddol
Unknown: Cymdeithas Sir Fawnog
Unknown: Nos Lun
Unknown: J. Jefferson Hughes
Unknown: Rhan Olaf
Unknown: Ginio Williams

: String Orchestral Concert

(21.00) Relayed from
The National Museum of Wales
(Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre)
ESTHER COLEMAN (contralto)
HILARY EVANS (flute)
The Strings of the WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA
(Augmented) (Leader, FRANK THOMAS)
Conducted by REGINALD REDMAN

Contributors

Contralto: Esther Coleman
Flute: Hilary Evans
Conducted By: Reginald Redman

: 'The Second News'

(22.15)
Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin








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