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: The Children's Hour

' Samuel Works his Passage'
A story by HUGH E. WRIGHT , told by VERA
JACK CLARIDGE and his accordion


Story By: Hugh E. Wright
Unknown: Jack Claridge

: 'Here and There'

a Summary of the Week's News by STEPHEN KING-HALL


Unknown: Stephen King-Hall


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

: ' At the Show '

Impressions and Expressions at the ' Royal,' Ashton Park, near Bristol, including
A. G. STREET in the cattle lines
A. W. LING at the working dairy
A difference of opinion on machinery in motion and MABEL CONSTANDUROS in or near the Show Ring


Unknown: Mabel Constanduros

: Datganiad o Abertawe

(A Recital of Welsh Folk Songs)
ALYCE DAVIES (soprano)
NAN DAVIES (telynores)


Soprano: Alyce Davies
Soprano: Nan Davies

: Herber

Rhaglen Ddramatig i Ddathlu Canml wyddiant Geni' Herber Evans
Ar Orffennaf 5, 1836, ganwyd ym Mhant yr Onnen, ger Castell Newydd Kmlyn, fachgen a ddaeth yn enwog drwy Gymru a Lloegr oherwydd ei huawdledd mewn pulpud ac ar iwyfan. Evan Herber Evans oedd ei enw, ac er ei fod yn byw yn oes gwyr fel Spurgeon a Parker, gosodid ef gyda hwynt ymhlith cewri'r pulpud. Cynigiwyd iddo sedd ddiogel yn y Senedd ; dewisodd aros yn ei bulpud. Cyniniwyd iddo rai o eglwysi pennaf Lloegr ; dewisodd aros yng Nghymru. Bu farw'n drigain oed, ond fel y canodd Machreth,
' Er rhoi'r anvr i orwedd-yn y glyn A'i gloi mewn mud annedd, I adlais ei her huawdledd
A'i eiriau byw ni chloddir bedd '
Yn y rhaglen hon rhoddir brastun o fywyd y pregcthwr a'r arcithiwr enwog ac awdur yr emyn
' Bydd goleuni yn yr hwyr '
Cyfarwyddwr, T. ROWLAND HUGHES
(A Welsh Feature Programme-Herber


Unknown: Ddathlu Canml
Unknown: Evan Herber Evans
Unknown: T. Rowland Hughes


Conductor, S. T. WEBBER
LORNA CANTOR (soprano)


Conductor: S. T. Webber
Soprano: Lorna Cantor


Weather Forecast and News


Weather Forecast and News

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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