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: The Children's Hour

Caneuon i'r Plant, gan CEREDIG JONES (bass-baritone) (Songs for Children, by' CEREDIG JONES (bass-baritone). Penillion Lol gan Y BARDD LLEIAF

: 'the First News'

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

: F. LLEWELLYN-JONES, M.P. : 'Wales and the Smaller Nationalities of Europe '

MB. F. LLEWELLYN-JONES has studied the question of the protection of the National Minority Groups in central and eastern Europe, and in the course of his research he has visited different parts of the Continent and attended Conferences of representatives of these groups. Mr. Llewellyn-Jones, who has been Member of Parliament, for Flintshire since 1929, is an ardent Nationalist and holds the honorary bardic title of ' Garmon Hedd. '

Contributors

Unknown: F. Llewellyn-Jones
Unknown: Garmon Hedd.

: 'From the Countryside'

MAI RAMSAY (soprano)
THE WESTERN
STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Leader, FRANK THOMAS
CÉCILE CHAMINADE, one of the first Frenchwomen to win an important place in the world of composition, is also a brilliant pianist. She was composing already at the age of eight and was only eighteen when she gave her first concert. Many of her songs and smaller pianoforte pieces enjoy a wide popularity, though her larger works, with the possible exceptipn of one Ballet, have not been so successful.
She has made many concert tours, not only in France, but in other countries, and for a good many years she was a regular visitor to England, giving recitals, chiefly of her own music. She first appeared here in 1892.

: The Second News'

(22.25) Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin








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