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: The Children's Hour

Spirmery Spannery ', a play by BARBARA SLEIGH
The Bandicoot and friends Songs, by J. MAYNARD GROVER , sung by GLYN
(From Bristol)


Unknown: Spirmery Spannery
Play By: Barbara Sleigh
Songs By: J. Maynard Grover

: '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

: Orig Hapus

(A Happy Interlude)
Dan arweiniad JOHN REES
(The Ogmor Gleemen , conducted by John Rees ) Dr. Joseph Parry, who died in 1903 at the age of sixty-one, was in his day the most revered figure in Welsh music. He influenced musicians of his country to an extraordinary degree. From the day he won prizes at the age of twenty, at the Llandudno Eisteddfod of 1862, to the day in 1896 at another Llandudno Eisteddfod when he was presented with a cheque for £600 for the services he rendered to Welsh music, his life in Wales was one long expression of that service. His compositions of all kinds include oratorios, cantatas, and operas.


Unknown: Dan Arweiniad John Rees
Unknown: Ogmor Gleemen
Conducted By: John Rees

: ' Beca '

A Programme dealing with the toll-gate riots in Wales ninety years ago
Rhaglen yn ymwneud a helynt a tollbyrth yng Nghymru 90 mlynedd yn 61. Cynnwys nifer o olygfeydd yn disgrifio digwyddiadau cyffrous y dyddiau hynny, ac ymhlith y cymeriadau a ddygir gerbron bydd Twm Carna Bwth (y cyntaf a elwid yn ' Beca '), Dai'r Cantwr, Shoni Sgubor Fawr , a'r gwr y tybir ei fod yn bennaeth y Beca, er na wyr neb hyd y dydd heddiw pwy ydoedd
Ysgrifennwyd y rhaglen gan


Unknown: Twm Carna
Unknown: Shoni Sgubor Fawr
Unknown: Picton Davies

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

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