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: Annual Whit-Monday Service

from Gwennap Pit, St. Day, near Redruth
A.K. Hamilton Jenkin will tell the story of the service and describe the scene
3.0 The Service, conducted by the Rev. James H. Watson and the Rev. F.H. Pritchard (Chairman of Cornwall Methodist District)
The singing conducted by J. Ivan Gill
Address by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Truro


Presenter: A.K. Hamilton Jenkin
Celebrant: Rev. James H. Watson
Celebrant: Rev. F.H. Pritchard
Conductor: J. Ivan Gill
Speaker: Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Truro

: The Children's Hour

(Regional Programme. See page 31)


including Weather Forecast, followed by Western Announcements


at the Organ of the Winter Gardens, Llandudno

: Hanner Diwrnod

(Welsh Light Programme)
2-' Mynd i'r Ffair ' sef, cronicl anffodion ein hen ffrindian Richad Huws a'i deulu-Marget, Elin, ac wrth gwrs, Owi bach. Y tro hwn ant i Ffair Llanlludw i dreulio 'u hanner diwmod.
Y rhaglen gan
Y Cyfarwyddo gan SAM Jones


Unknown: Richad Huws
Unknown: Ffair Llanlludw
Unknown: Marjorie Wynn-Williams

: Art and the People

THOMAS Jones ,
Secretary of the Pilgrim Trust


Unknown: Thomas Jones

: An Instrumental Recital

Duets on two pianofortes
(From second Suite for two Pianofortes)


Unknown: Beryl Tichbon


including Weather Forecast

: Regional Programme

Time Signal, Greemcich, at 11.30

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