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Y rhaglen a'r cyfarwyddo gan
T. ROWLAND HUGHES
(The Story of the Welsh League of Youth in a dramatic programme)
The first of a series of programmes of Songs and Incidental Music from the Radio Plays of the West, together with the scenes from the plays in which the music occurs
Devised and compered by CYRIL WOOD
Music by various composers
Music and Extracts from the following plays will be heard :
1. 'Bertie ', by Diana Morgan
2. ' Tod the Tailor ', by W. Griffin
3. ' Willow the King', by Herbert Farjeon
4. ' Year In, Year Out', by Francis Worsley and Cyril Wood
5. ' Westward Ho ! ', by R. D. Black - more, adapted by Louise Drury
6. ' 'Wassail', by Wyndham Goodden
7. ' Queer People ', No. I - ' Princess
Caraboo ', by John Wyndham
' Queer People ',No. 5-' Bampfylde Moore Carew ', by John Wyndham
CLIFTON LIGHT ORCHESTRA
Conducted by REGINALD REDMAN
Production by CYRIL WOOD
Tonight is begun the pleasant task of rescuing from possible oblivion music which has played an important part in past radio plays. As such music forms an integral part of the plays, the scene in which it occurred is being given in each case. The series will be continued at varying intervals throughout the year.
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