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: The Children's Hour

The Ceremony of The Padstow Hobby Horse, with a running commentary by A. K. HAMILTON JENKIN , relayed from Padstow, Cornwall

Contributors

Commentary By: A. K. Hamilton Jenkin

: May Day-an appropriate chat by DOROTHY

Seasonal Dances played by the WESTERN
STUDIO ORCHESTRA

: The First News

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

: Gwyl Gerddorol Ysgolion de Aberteifi a Gogledd Penfro

(South Cardiganshire and North Pembrokeshire Music Festival relayed from
Cardigan County School)
Arweinydd (Conductor),
LESLIE W. EVANS
COR YR WYL (FESTIVAL CHOIR) c6R YSGOL SIR ABERTEIFI (CARDIGAN
COUNTY SCHOOL CHOIR)
MARY MILES
Penillion gyda'r Delyn (Penillion with harp accompaniment)
(RHIANNON JAMES, TELYNORES) I.YNNE A HETTY TUDOR
Penillion gyda'r Delyn
COR YSGOL SIR ABERTEIFI CÔR YR WYLCOR YSGOL SIR ABERTEIFI
Penillion gyda'r Delyn
CÔR YR WYL

Contributors

Conductor: Leslie W. Evans

: Workaday World

Enquiry in twelve periods into some of the problems confronting industry in Wales and the South West
12-' Where do we stand ? '
A Summing up
H. A. MARQUAND discusses with W. E. ROWLANDS , Chairman of the Merthyr and District
Unemployed Miners' Lodge, the implications of the series

Contributors

Unknown: H. A. Marquand
Unknown: W. E. Rowlands

: Sylvan Scenes

THE WESTERN
STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Leader, FRANK THOMAS

Contributors

Leader: Frank Thomas

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme: See page 46)








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