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: The Children's Hour

' Stori gan Huldah Bassett '
RACHEL EVANS (caneuon i'r plant Ileiaf)
(Songs for the little ones)

Contributors

Unknown: Huldah Bassett
Unknown: Rachel Evans

: Some Nonsense Verse

GLAN WILLIAMS (syncopated piano solos)

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: Cyngerdd Seindorf

(A Band Concert)
EMLYN BURNS (tenor)
SEINDORF TREF YSTALYFERA dan arweiniad E. J. EVANS
(Ystalyfera Town Prize Band, conducted by E. J. Evans )

Contributors

Tenor: Emlyn Burns
Unknown: E. J. Evans
Unknown: E. J. Evans

: A Cornish Concert

Relayed from
The Foster Hall, Bodmin
FOSTER MANLEY (bass)
ST. AUSTELL MALE VOICE
CHOIR
Conductor,
W. BRENNAND SMITH St. Austell is recognised as the capital of the important china clay industry m Cornwall, and several members of the choir are associated with that industry. Last year the choir won the Championship open to Devon and Cornwall
Foster Manley has sung the bass solos in most of the works of Haydn,
Gounod Stainer , Bach, and Mendelssohn, and last year he sang the bass solos of The Messiah for the sixteenth time He is one of the members of the Truro Operatic Society and also of Dr Frere's Bach Society (the Lord Bishop of Truro)

Contributors

Conductor: W. Brennand Smith
Unknown: Gounod Stainer

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 34)








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