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: The Children's Hour

' The Sleeping Beauty '
A Studio Pantomime


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

: For Western Farmers in Particular ' Resolutions for 1936 '

by A. W. LING
This series was stopped during the summer months and was resumed again in October. In introducing the new series, Mr. Ling reviewed happenings in the agricultural world during the summer. The review was found so interesting that many Western farmers have asked him to give a similar review of happenings during the latter part of 1935. He will therefore give a summing-up of the farming position, particularly as it affects the Western Counties.


Unknown: A. W. Ling

: Datganiad a Sgwrs-I

(A Recital and Talk, by Owen Bryngwyn )
These informal recitals will include a wide variety of songs interspersed with remarks on singing and interpretation, which will aim at interesting the ordinary listener who has neither time nor, perhaps, inclination to study the subject, but who is yet interested in a general way.
Owen Bryngwyn gave up a position of Science Teacher in a Secondary School in 1922 in order to take up singing professionally.


Talk By: Owen Bryngwyn
Unknown: Owen Bryngwyn

: The Sleeping Beauty

A Studio Pantomine


Weather Forecast and News


Relayed from the Dorchester Hotel
(From Regional)


Unknown: Jack Jackson

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