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: The Children's Hour

' Bob Apple '-A Halloween Party at Much-Wool-Gathering, by DOROTHY WORSLEY
The West Country village of Much-Wool-Gathering, with its famous character of Colonel Bristle, late of the Horse Marines, his batman, Bungler, and the Oldest Inhabitants, is well known to all West Regional children. There are two great annual events in the village, one of which takes place at Christmas, the other being the famous Bob Apple Competition that takes place every year at the village Hallowe'en Party. It is to this party that we are taking you this year, when you will hear the galhint Colonel in action, as he invariably is, foiling the plans of the villains who must invariably be attracted by the revels of this famous Hallowe'en Party.

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Worsley

: ' The First News'

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

: T. HopKiN EVANS, Mus.Doc.:

' Fy Nhaith i'r Unol Daleithiau ' (' My Journey to the United States')

Contributors

Unknown: Unol Daleithiau

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

A Musical Comedy Programme

: A Concert of the Music of R. Vaughan Williams

by WILLIAM PARSONS (baritone) and THE SWANSEA ORPHEUS CHORAL and ORCHESTRAL
SOCIETY
Conducted by LIONEL ROWLANDS
Relayed from
The Central Hall, Swansea
CHOIR
Fain would I change that note
WILLIAM PARSONS AND CHOIR
Folk Song, The Turtle Dove
WILLIAM PARSONS
Silent Noon Antiphon
CHOIR
Toward the Unknown Region
'Darest thou, 0 Soul,
Walk out with me toward the unknown region,
Where neither ground is for the feet nor any path to follow?' —Walt Whitman
The works of Walt Whitman, the American poet, have in recent years made a areat appeal to composers, particularly those for whom the philosophy of life and living is a congenial study; Delius, for example, and more especially Vaughan Williams. The words of ' Toward the Unknown Region' are from a well-known poem of Whitman's, beginning with the l'nes at the head of this note.
This work, Vaughan Williams 's first important composition for choir and orchestra, had its first performance at the Leeds Festival in 1907, and its success marked him from that date as a composer of power and promise. It was followed at the next Leeds Festival by ' A Sea Symphony' (to be heard on Friday from the North Regional Transmitter). This work confirmed the earlier promise and marked the beginning of his coming pie-eminence.
WILLIAM PARSONS
The Vagabond
The Roadside Fire
CHOIR
Scottish Air, Alister McAlpine 's
Lament
WILLIAM PARSONS
Linden Lea
Joy, Shipmate, Joy
CHOIR
Just as the tide was flowing

Contributors

Baritone: William Parsons
Conducted By: Lionel Rowlands
Unknown: William Parsons
Unknown: William Parsons
Unknown: Walt Whitman
Unknown: Vaughan Williams.
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Unknown: William Parsons
Unknown: Alister McAlpine
Unknown: Linden Lea

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News








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