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: The Children's Hour

' The Castles of England', by L. DU GARDE PEACH
5—Norwich Castle


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


at the Organ of the Odeon Theatre,

: Pe deuai Plato'n yn ol

Dyma'r burned o'r sgyrsiau Cymracg arbennig i Gylchoedd Trafod yng Nghymru yn ystod y tymor hwn. Bwriedir hon ar gyfer y Cylchoedd sydd yn dilyn y gyfres ' If Plato lived again ' yn y Rhaglen Genedlaethol , ac ynddi fe ymdrinir a rhai o nodweddion hanfodol y gyfres hon
A talk in Welsh


Unknown: D. James Jones
Unknown: Rhaglen Genedlaethol

: ' I Remember '

A series of recollections from Wales and the South-West
5- R. E. BUSH


Unknown: R. E. Bush


Conductor, IDRIS LEWIS
In 1927 Roderick Lloyd was successful in winning an Open Scholarship at the Royal College of Music, London. During the course of his studies at the College, in addition to gaining his Associateship, he was awarded among other things the Pownall, Chilver-Wilson, and the London Musical Society prizes. Subsequently, he joined the Vic-Wells Opera Company and during the past few seasons he has been successful in many roles. He was born of Welsh parentage at Glyn Neath (Glamorgan), and following successes in local Eisteddfodau, he won the prize for the bass solo at the National Eisteddfod held at Bangor in 1931. This. was his first and only attempt at the ' National.' In 1934 at the National Eisteddfod held at Neath he appeared as soloist at the opening concert with Conchita Supervia.


Leader: Frank Thomas
Conductor: Idris Lewis
Baritone: Roderick Lloyd
Unknown: Roderick Lloyd
Unknown: Conchita Supervia.


Weather Forecast and News

: Y Tywydd a Newyddion y Dydd

(From Regional)

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