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: The Children's Hour

' Another Adventure of Pinocchio ', by C. CoLLODr , with Incidental Music by WHIMSICAL WILLIE . And a story-' The King who slept in his walk', by WALLACE E. ARTER

Contributors

Unknown: C. Collodr
Music By: Whimsical Willie
Unknown: Wallace E. Arter

: 'The First News'

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

: EGWYL GYMRAEG

Y Parch. E. TEGLA DAVIES , M.A. :
' Gwyddoniaeth Werin '
(From Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown: E. Tegla Davies
Unknown: Gwyddoniaeth Werin

: A Programme of Gramophone Records Trios

The De Groot Trio: Selection of Chopin's Melodies
The Neapolitan Trio: Simple Aveu Schwartz Trio: On the Worther
Lake-March
The Southern Sisters: Darkness on the Delta
Roy Smeck 's Hawaiian Trio (with vocal chorus): My little grass shack in Kealakekua
The Three Keys: Wah-dee-Dal

Contributors

Unknown: Aveu Schwartz
Unknown: Roy Smeck

: From the Musical Comedies

LILIAN KEYES (soprano)
RONALD CHIVERS (baritone)
THE REVUE CHORUS
THE WESTERN STUDIO
ORCHESTRA
(Leader, FRANK THOMAS)
Conducted by REGINALD REDMAN

Contributors

Soprano: Lilian Keyes
Conducted By: Reginald Redman

: 'Dydd a Nos'

Cantawd i Leisiau Plant gan' DAVID DE LLOYD
Datgeiniaid :
EVELYN GRIFFITHS
GWENNY JONES
EIRWEN DALE
BERYL JONES
ALWYN THOMAS
C6R PLANT NANTYFFYLLON, o dan arweiniad D. C. WATKINS
Cytgan, Laned yw goleuni
Dydd Unawd a Chytgan, Gofynnais i'r
Aderyn Lion
Deuawd, Y Duw a wnaeth y meillion Unawd a Chytgan, Blodau Hardd
Unawd a Chytgan, Duw a'n gwnaeth Cytgan, Harddwch Natur
Cytgan, Mae Duw yn gweld y deryn bach
Cytgan (Unsain), Geidwad Graso ! Cytgan, Mae'r nos yn agoshau
Cytgan, Seren Fechan yn y Nos Unawd, Nid oes neb rhy fach i'th garu
Unawd, Mae'n y Nefoedd faith Cytgan, Pan fych ieuanc Cytgan, Dewch at lesu
Cytgan (Unsain), Rhown ein dwylo heno
'nghyd
Cytgan, Y Nefoedd sydd yn datgan

Contributors

Unknown: Evelyn Griffiths
Unknown: Gwenny Jones
Unknown: Eirwen Dale
Unknown: Beryl Jones
Unknown: Alwyn Thomas
Unknown: Dydd Unawd
Unknown: Aderyn Lion
Unknown: Blodau Hardd
Unknown: Harddwch Natur
Unknown: Mae Duw
Unknown: Geidwad Graso
Unknown: Seren Fechan

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

Off the Beaten Track-I
A Short Recital of Unusual Recordings

: The Second News

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin








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