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: The Children's Hour

' How about Camping ? '—I by DOROTHY Champion
Milltir (Milestones) (From Swansea)
' Tigger is unbounced ', from
' The House at Pooh Corner', by A. A. MILNE
Violin Solos by FRANK THOMAS


Unknown: Dorothy Champion
Unknown: Tom Williams-Hughes
Violin: A. A. Milne
Solos By: Frank Thomas

: 'The First News'

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


Conductor, A. G. RICHARDS
JACK COLLINGS (the fisherman bass)
Relayed from Foster Hall , Bodmin
JACK COLLINGS is known to West Country listeners as the Cornish Fisher man Bass. He was a fisherman by calling, until he attracted the attention of the conductor of a Cornish Male Voice Choir, who offered to take him as a member of his Choir, and who trained him.


Conductor: A. G. Richards
Conductor: Jack Collings
Unknown: Foster Hall
Unknown: Jack Collings
Unknown: Cornish Fisher

: 'A Stranger in these Parts'

being a Tourist's Guide to Wales, made by EDMUND VALE
2 — ' John Bull 's Jaw'
MUCH OF the difficulty of the tourist will vanish if he takes in his handbag the latest addition to the series ' Broadcast English ', for it deals entirely with the pronunciation of Welsh place-names. Mr. Lloyd James in his introduction to the publication says : ' The Welsh, as the ancient prophecy foretold, lost most of their land, but they have indeed kept their language '.


Unknown: John Bull
Unknown: Mr. Lloyd James

: Cerddoriaeth a Drama

Blaenor Chwarae ,
' Yr Hen Wr yn mynd o'r Ffordd ' Drama Un Act gan T. C. MURRAY Wedi ei throsi i'r Gymraeg gan D. LLOYD JENKINS
Y Cymeriadau :
Andreas, Hen Wr
Shan, Ei Chwaer (hithau'n hen) Siams, Ei fab
Jane, Gwaig ei fab Nora, Eu merch
Golygfa: Bwthyn ar dir corsog ac unig ym Munster
Amser : 1908


Unknown: Blaenor Chwarae
Unknown: Frank Thomas

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

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