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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping

: The Children's Hour

'The Children of the Sun' by FRANKLYN KELSEY
5-' Umgani The Priestess '


Unknown: Franklyn Kelsey


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

: Dathliad Dau Can Mlwyddiant y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd

(A Programme celebrating the Bi-Centenary of the Welsh Calvinistic
Methodist Movement)
(The Kymric Oriana Choir, conducted by John Devonald )
Yr holl o Lyfr Emynau a Thonau y
Calfinaidd a Wesleyaidd


Unknown: Cymric Oriana
Unknown: John Devonald
Conducted By: John Devonald
Unknown: Lyfr Emynau

: A Sonata Recital

by MARIE HALL (violin) and MARY RAMSAY (pianoforte)
Marie Hall , the famous violinist who made her debut in Vienna in 1902, studied first under her father, who was a well-known harpist. Although she was born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, she spent part of her youth in Bristol so that Bristolians claim her as their own.
Mary Ramsay was born in Bamstaple and after studying at the Royal Academy of Music, appeared as soloist in a Liszt Concerto at Queen's Hall. She has given numerous recitals in London and the provinces, and has toured Scotland and the Continent. She is arranging a series of school concerts in Scotland during the coming autumn.


Violin: Marie Hall
Pianoforte: Mary Ramsay
Unknown: Marie Hall
Unknown: Mary Ramsay


including Weather Forecast


(Regional Programme. See page 46) -

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