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: DARLLEDU I'R YSGOLION YNG NGHYMRU

(Broadcasts to Schools in Wales)
Anturiaethwyr Cymru , gan R. G. BERRY
Gwers 3-' Tomos Prys a Wiliam Midleton '

Contributors

Unknown: Anturiaethwyr Cymru
Unknown: R. G. Berry
Unknown: Tomos Prys
Unknown: Wiliam Midleton

: The Children's Hour

SIDNEY VALENTINE and TOMMY
' The Bird Woman', a story for the younger ones, by W. H. J. Latham , told by VERA
' About the Stars ', by BRONWEN
' Specials—I ', being a Recital of Gramophone Records for Children

Contributors

Unknown: Sidney Valentine
Unknown: W. H. J. Latham

: ' The First News'

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Western Announcements

: ' Workaday World '—2

(An inquiry in twelve periods into some of the problems confronting industry in Wales and the South West)
' The Human Background'
A talk by J. H. JONES (Professor of Economics at the University of Leeds), and summing up by H. A. MARQUAND (Professor of Industrial Relations, University College, Cardiff)

Contributors

Talk By: J. H. Jones
Unknown: H. A. Marquand

: A Cornish Concert

Relayed from
The Foster Hall, Bodmin
LAWRENCE GOUDGE (treble)
FOSTER MANLEY (bass)
MURIEL KEMP (pianoforte)
ILLOGAN BOYS' SCHOOL CHOIR
Conductor, ARTHUR ANDREW
Muriel Kemp , a native of Truro, who will be heard in this evening's concert from Bodmin, studied the piano in Germany under Professor Max Patier. She is also a fine organist, and was a pupil of Dr. Marchant at the Royal Academy of Music.
Lawrence Goudge , one of the other soloists in this concert, is only eleven years old, but has already won thirty medals and six cups.
The Illogan Boys' School Choir won the Petherick Shield last year at the Cornwall music competition in the Class for Boys' Voices, and at the Cam-borne music competition they gained a silver cup in the class for Senior and Secondary Boys' choirs.

Contributors

Unknown: Lawrence Goudge
Bass: Foster Manley
Pianoforte: Muriel Kemp
Conductor: Arthur Andrew
Unknown: Muriel Kemp
Unknown: Professor Max Patier.
Unknown: Lawrence Goudge

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

: The British Lightweight Championship

An Eye-witness Account by EMLYN Michael of the fight between Tommy Farr and L. Phillips at The Mountain
Ash Pavilion

Contributors

Unknown: Emlyn Michael
Unknown: Tommy Farr
Unknown: L. Phillips








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