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: The Children's Hour

The Popplecocks and the Golden Pear', by ADAM WADE-BROWN

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: An Impression of the Opening of Barnstaple Great Fair, 'September 16

Compiled from special records made on that occasion
Originally Barnstaple Fair lasted a week, but it was later shortened to a three-day celebration. Time has brought about changes in its character, but the imposing ancient ceremony of proclamation in the Guild Hall survives practically intact.

: Datganiad o Ganeuon Purcell

(Cyfieithiadau gan J. Arnold Jones )
(A Recital of Purcell Songs
Welsh Translations by J. Arnold Jones )
KATIE GRIFFITHS (soprano)
Pan hunwyf fi mewn bedd (When I am laid in earth) (Dido and Æneas)
Decaf Ynys , Perl y Moroedd (Fairest isle, all Isles excelling) (King Arthur)
Nymffau a Bugeiliaid (Nymphs and Shepherds) (The Libertine)
Ciesiaf ffoi rhag twymyn serch (I attempt from love's sickness to fly) (The Indian Queen)

Contributors

Unknown: J. Arnold Jones
Unknown: J. Arnold Jones
Soprano: Katie Griffiths
Unknown: Decaf Ynys

: ' Yma a Thraw'

PERCY 0. JONES
(' Around and About', by Percy 0.
Jones)

: Dance Cabaret

from the Pavilion, Bath including
ALEC MCGILL and GWEN VAUGHAN
The Cheerful Chatterers and THE PUMP ROOM DANCE ORCHESTRA
Under the direction of ARTHUR CLARK

Contributors

Unknown: Gwen Vaughan
Unknown: Arthur Clark

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: BILLY THORBURN AND HIS MUSIC

with MICHEL MOREL and HELEN RAYMOND
(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Michel Morel
Unknown: Helen Raymond

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News








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