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Leader, Frank Thomas


Leader: Frank Thomas

: The Children's Hour

ENID PICTON DAVIES , yn dweud Stori trwy alaw
(Enid Picton Davies-stories in the form of tunes)
DAI a SHONI yn son am bethau digri
(Dai and Shoni will amuse you)
EDDIE PARRY —can a stori
(Eddie Parry-song and story)
'This Week in the Garden', by BRONWEN
W. R. WILLS and his Musical Saw


Unknown: Enid Picton Davies
Unknown: Enid Picton Davies-Stories
Unknown: Eddie Parry
Unknown: Eddie Parry-Song
Unknown: W. R. Wills

: ' The First News'

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

: Cymysgedd

MAI JONES yn canu ar y piano a'r accordian
(singing to the piano and accordion)
DAI A SHONI a'u tafodau ffraeth
(Dai and Shoni will entertain you)
MALAN PRYTHERCH caneuon gwreiddiol gyda'r piano
(original songs at the piano)
J. EDDIE PARRY mewn difyrrwch gyda'r piano
(entertainer at the piano)
TOMMY REES yn canu'r fliwt (flute)


Piano: J. Eddie Parry
Piano: Tommy Rees

: ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin


' Cornish Harvest Customs '
Prior to the introduction of the mechanical reaper and other labour-saving devices possessed by the modern farmer, the harvest often lasted for a period of six weeks. A. K. Hamilton Jenkin, who is an authority on old Cornish customs, tells of many interesting old customs, some of which have survived while others are only memories.


Unknown: A. K. Hamilton

: London

Regional Programme

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