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: The Children's Hour

' Tales of Redroke ', by SYBIL CLARKE
2—' The Queen's Maid of Honour'

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: Banjo Solos

by TARRANT BAILEY,
Junior Tarrant Bailey , Junior, is the son of the well-known West Country banjoist with whom he has often broadcast, accompanied by his mother at the piano. He plays the banjo, tenor banjo, balalaika, guitar, saxophone, clarinet, and 'cello. He is a member, with Joe Morley and Dick Pepper , of the famous Kentucky Banjo Team, who have played in every broadcast of the Kentucky Minstrels.
He commenced his study of the banjo at the age of five, and a year later began to appear publicly-entertaining the wounded during the War. His first solo broadcast took place eleven years ago, when he was sixteen, and when he was twenty-one he was one of the adjudicators at the first national banjo contest ever held in England, at the Tower, Blackpool.

Contributors

Unknown: Tarrant Bailey,
Unknown: Tarrant Bailey
Unknown: Joe Morley
Unknown: Dick Pepper

: Cyngerdd

o Gape! Siloam, Bethesda
(A Concert relayed from Siloam Chapel,
Bethesda)
IVOR JOHN (tenor)
COR MEIBION PENRHYN,
BETHESDA Arweinydd, DAVID JONES
(Penrhyn Male Voice Choir, Bethesda
Conductor, David Jones )

Contributors

Tenor: Ivor John
Conductor: David Jones

: 'The Changing Village'—

A Symposium and Conclusion

: Atgofion Hen Lowr

Gan Hen Bartnar Dai
JOHN DAVIES 'Pen Dar'
(Welsh Talk)
Hen Bartnar Dai yw John Davies (Pen Dar). Ennillodd wobr yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Castell Nedd,
1934) am y stori hon

Contributors

Unknown: John Davies
Unknown: Hen Bartnar Dai
Unknown: John Davies

: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Leader, FRANK THOMAS

Contributors

Leader: Frank Thomas

: THE PLYMOUTH ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY

Leader, ETHEL HAMILTON AKASTER
Conductor, WALTER P. WEEKES
Solo violin, ANTONIO BROSA
Relayed from
The Guildhall, Plymouth

Contributors

Leader: Ethel Hamilton
Conductor: Walter P. Weekes

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast








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