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: The Children's Hour

For the Tinies, by BRONWEN
Specials—13—A Programme of Gramophone Records for the children

: TOM WILLIAMS-HUGHES: ' Cerrig

Milltir'— (' Milestones ' '-3)
Jennie Phillips (pianoforte)—Winner of the under 15 years Competition at the National Eisteddfod, 1934 (From
Swansea)

Contributors

Pianoforte: Jennie Phillips

: ' 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

: Alun Mabon

Rocdd Alun Mabon yn ei ddydd
Yn fachgen cryf a hoew,
Yn berchen grudd a thalcen hardd
A llygad gloew, gloew
Bugeilgerdd Ceiriog wedi ei gosod i
Bedwar Llais gan IDRIS LEWIS
(Alun Mabon-a pastoral poem set for four voices by IDRIS LEWIS )
Cymerir rhan gan
JENNIE ELLIS (soprano)
LizziE DAVIES (contralto)
EMLYN JONES (baritone)
EMLYN BURNS (tenor)
(Perfformiad cyntaf)

Contributors

Unknown: Rocdd Alun Mabon
Unknown: Alun Mabon-A
Voices By: Idris Lewis
Soprano: Jennie Ellis

: Once in a Blue Moon

A Romantic Play with Music
(Midland Regional Programme)
(Full details on page 797)

Contributors

Book by: Francis Durbridge
Music and lyrics by: Jack Hill

: The Second News

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin and 'Telephone Week': The Postmaster General, The Rt. Hon. Sir Kingsley Wood, MP.

: 'Letters on Wheels'

LORNA C. PHELPS (' Lightning Lorna ')
Lorna C. Phelps was born in Cardiff, but spent most of her childhood in Devon and Hampshire. Six months ago she took the duties of a train Secretary on the London and North Eastern Expresses between Newcastle and London, and in that capacity she has handled the dictation of many distinguished travellers.

Contributors

Unknown: Lorna C. Phelps








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