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: The Children's Hour

Callice y Morleidr-3 gan J. D. MILLER
Drama gyffrous yn ymwneud a Morladron Penarth
(a play in Welsh)

Contributors

Unknown: J. D. Miller

: 'Here and There'

a summary of the Week's News by Commander STEPHEN KING-HALL
(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen King-Hall

: ' Don't miss these !

BRONWEN will describe next week's programmes

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: A Schumann Programme MARY HAMLIN (soprano) THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Leader, FRANK THOMAS
Overture, Manfred
Songs
Er der herrlichste von alien (He the best of all)
Der Nussbaum (The Walnut Tree)
Slumber Song, Op. 124
Romance from Symphony No. 4
Songs
Ich wand're nicht (Why o'er the mountains wander ?)
Volsliedchen (Folk Song) Intermezzo
Intermezzo from Pianoforte Concerto
Songs
Ich kann's nicht fassen (It cannot be!)
Die Lotusblume (The Lotus Flower) Widmung (Dedication)
Traumerei (Dreaming)
Mary Hamlin is a native of Exeter and is descended from the Welsh princes of Powys on her mother's side. She began to sing at the age of five and took up professional singing while still in her teens, one of her first engagements being at the opening of the Civic Hall, Exeter. She took the soprano part in Elijah at the 800th Anniversary celebrations of Exeter Cathedral in 1933.

Contributors

Leader: Frank Thomas
Unknown: Mary Hamlin

: 'Roger Edwards a "Cronid yr Oes " '

Sgwrs ym mlwyddyn dathlu canmlwyddiant ' 'Cronicl yr Oes ' gan GWILYM T. JONES
(A talk in Welsh)

Contributors

Unknown: Gwilym T. Jones

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 55)








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