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: The Children's Hour

(Northern Programme)

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: Egwyl Gymraeg

(Welsh Interlude)
D. J. WILLIAMS : 'Stori fer: Ym
Mhortugal '

Contributors

Unknown: D. J. Williams

: Rownd y Glannau-3

Mordaith hamddenol rownd glannau
Cymru Fu
Hwyliwn o'r Barri a chawn ollwng angor yn 61 ein ffansi
Ar y bwrdd y mae gwr cyfarwydd i'n diddori â rhamant castell neu gaban, porthladd neu bentref, oedd mewn bri yn y dyddiau gynt
Dewch ar Fwrdd ein Llong Hud, gan ddymuno Gwynt Teg iddi

Contributors

Unknown: Gwynt Teg

: ' The White Horses of Wessex'

By ' Moonraker '
'Moonraker' will describe the White Horses of Wessex and will tell why they were cut. He will give a description of what is probably the most famous of all the White Horses, namely, the one immortalised in ' Tom Brown 's School-days '.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Brown

: A Concert by the Bristol

University Choir and Orchestra
Relayed from
The Colston Hall , Bristol
LESLIE BENNETT (baritone)
Principal Violin, MAURICE ALEXANDER
Conductors,
R. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS
REGINALD REDMAN
ARTHUR WARRELL The Hundredth Psalm, by Vaughan Williams , for Chorus and Orchestra, will be conducted by the composer. It is a most effective setting of the well-known words and at the end the Old Hundredth Psalm tune is introduced with fine effect.
A Lyke-Wake Dirge for double chorus by Arthur Warrell was first performed by the Cambridge University Musical Society three years ago under the direction of the composer. The words are very old, and though for the most part Christian, they show definite traces of Pagan influence. Patrick Hadley 's Symphonic Ballad
The Trees so high was included in the B B C concerts of British music broadcast from the Queen's Hall last year. In the last movement (the only one to be performed at the concert) a baritone soloist and chorus are used with the orchestra. The work is based on a folk song, and is one of the most notable examples of modern British composition. The composer is on the teaching staff of the Royal College of Music. (Soloist, LESLIE BENNETT> ) Reginald Redman 's setting of Sheba's
Captain is just right for the pitcuresque words (Richard D'Auxonne ) ; the composer will conduct.

Contributors

Unknown: Colston Hall
Baritone: Leslie Bennett
Violin: Maurice Alexander
Conductors: R. Vaughan Williams
Conductors: Reginald Redman
Conductors: Arthur Warrell
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Unknown: Arthur Warrell
Unknown: Patrick Hadley
Soloist: Leslie Bennett>
Unknown: Reginald Redman
Unknown: Richard D'Auxonne

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 71)








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