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: National Programme

(with the exception of the Running Commentaries, which will not be broadcast on this wavelength)

: The Children's Hour

An Appeal on behalf of THE FRESH AIR FUND (West Regional Branches), to be given by G. PERCY THOMAS , Honorary Secretary to the Cardiff Branch
'This Week in the Garden', by BRONWEN DAVIES
Specials-8 being another gramophone record recital, particularly for children

Contributors

Unknown: G. Percy Thomas
Unknown: Cardiff Branch
Garden By: Bronwen Davies

: ' The First News '

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Market Prices for Farmers in the West

: Cymysgedd

(Welsh Variety)
DAFYDD WILLIAMS (yn canu'r acordian)
Dilys DAFis (yn goganu tipyn)
ALWYN THOMAS (soprano) (Un o aelodau
Cor Plant Nantyffyllon)
DAI WILLIAMS (Bachan Bach o Sir
Aberteifi)
Y DDAU FRAWD (yn canu'r organ-gêg a'r bysgrwth)
19-15 (7-15) Scottish
Regional Programme

Contributors

Unknown: Dafydd Williams
Unknown: Dilys Dafis
Unknown: Bachan Bach

: 'Looking Down on Things'

H. NORTON MATTHEWS
The story of a flight up the Bristol
Channel and the Severn from Lundy
Island to Gloucester
(From Bristol)
MR. NORTON MATTHEWS has flown 30,000 miles with the Imperial Airways. He intends to spend July and August in flying by various methods from Croydon across the Andes to Valparaiso.

Contributors

Unknown: H. Norton Matthews
Unknown: Mr. Norton Matthews

: THE TWO LESLIES

(LESLIE SARONY and LESLIE HOLMES)
Singing their own compositions
Relayed from the Capitol Theatre,
Cardiff

: Mrs. Siddons

A Programme commemorative of Mrs. Siddons from her birthplace in Brecon (Mrs. Siddons was bom, the child of strolling players, in the Shoulder of Mutton Inn, Brecon, on July 5, 1755)
The broadcast will take the form of a representation of her professional farewell to the stage in the part of Lady Macbeth, at Covent Garden, June 29, 1812, as imagined in the last scene of the play ' Mrs. Siddons', by Naomi Royde-Smith . LILLAH MCCARTHY (Lady Keeble) will play Mrs. Siddons-
Lady Macbeth-supported by : GILLIAN MAUDE , SHIRLEY HOLMES , JOYCE WARRACK , IVAN SAMSON , ANTHONY IRELAND, RUPERT SIDDONS (a lineal descendant of the great tragedienne)
'. . . the house was packed to suffocation. After the sleep-walking scene, the excitement of the audience became ungovernable, numbers of them standing on the benches, and demanding that the play should go no further..... But, as soon as silence was restored, she delivered an address which had been written for the occasion by her nephew, Horace Twiss. When this was ended John Philip Kemble , her brother, led her off the stage, amidst demonstratons of indescribable enthusiasm '.-(Fyvie). The Programme devised and directed by PETER CRESWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Naomi Royde-Smith
Unknown: Lillah McCarthy
Unknown: Gillian Maude
Unknown: Shirley Holmes
Unknown: Joyce Warrack
Unknown: Ivan Samson
Unknown: Rupert Siddons
Unknown: Horace Twiss.
Unknown: John Philip Kemble
Directed By: Peter Creswell

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin








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