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: The Children's Hour

A Light Musical Programme in Welsh
Trip i Lan y Mor
Dewch ar y Siarabang gyda ni!
(A Trip to the Sea-Side
Come with us on the Charabanc)

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: REGINALD DIXON

At the Organ of The Tower Ballroom,
Blackpool
Selection, The Elegant Eighties arr. Day

: THE SUMMER REVELLERS

Presented by GEORGE HAY
Relayed from
The Adelphi Gardens Theatre,
Paignton
CATHERINE WENDOL (soprano)
FREDERIC LAKE (tenor)
WINTER COPPIN (baritone)
JOYCE CORNISH
(comedienne and dancer)
BERT HOLLMAN (dancing comedian)
GLADYS TREVOR
(comedienne-entertainer)
DAISY HILL (pianist-entertainer)
H. E. BROUGHTON (comedian)
On July 8 this popular concert party rang up the curtain at Paignton after a successful early summer season in the Channel Islands. They give a constant change of programme, and carnival and speciality nights are frequent. It is not generally realised that concert party artists have to rehearse day after day to keep pace with their incredible repertoire, to introduce the topical skit or verse or lines of dialogue on which depends the up-to-dateness of their show. Yet they are as fresh in August as they were in June. Frederic Lake recently had to run up to London to broadcast, but he was ' revelling ' again at Paignton the same night.

Contributors

Presented By: George Hay
Tenor: Frederic Lake
Baritone: Joyce Cornish
Unknown: Bert Hollman
Unknown: Gladys Trevor
Pianist-Entertainer: H. E. Broughton
Unknown: Frederic Lake

: ' Arddangosfa o waith artistiaid cyfoes Cymru'

gan EVAN WALTERS
('An exhibition of the works of contemporary Welsh artists', [by Evan Walters ) -

Contributors

Unknown: Evan Walters
Unknown: Evan Walters

: 'The Mollusc'

A Light Comedy in Three Acts by HUBERT HENRY DAVIES
An Abridged Version
Adapted for Radio and Produced by CYRIL WOOD
Characters .
Miss Roberts Mr. Baxter Mrs. Baxter Tom Kemp
Act I : Mrs. Baxter's Sitting-room-after dinner
Act 2 : The same-the next morning Act 3 : The same—morning, a week later

Contributors

Unknown: Hubert Henry Davies
Produced By: Cyril Wood
Unknown: Miss Roberts Mr.
Unknown: Baxter Mrs.
Unknown: Baxter Tom Kemp

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: Y Tywydd a Newyddion y Dydd

DANCE MUSIC
(From Regional)

: SYDNEY KYTE AND HIS BAND

Relayed from The Piccadilly Hotel








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