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: Awr y Plant

(The Children's Hour)
Oriau hen a newydd
Bwrw golwg dros rai o Oriau'r Plant yn ystod yr Hen Flwyddyn, a son am yr hyn y gobeithiwn ei wneud yn 1937 Y Seren Ddu-Mair Howells - Twm a Wil yn y Baths-Ffwrdd a ni i'r Wlad— Twm Sion Cati-Elwyn yn son am Raglenni Newydd
(Hours old and new, a resume of the Children's Hours during the Old Year and what we hope to do in 1937)


Unknown: Ddu-Mair Howells


with LYN JOSHUA in Brown Studies


Unknown: Lyn Joshua

: For Western Farmers in Particular

Horses on and off the Farm
In the West of England, where there are relatively small fields and hilly country, it is unlikely that the farm horse will ever be completely ousted, and this talk will deal with the great part it still plays in farming as well as in transport


Unknown: George A. Scott

: In the News in 1936

Certain Welsh men and women have been veay much in the public eye during the past year, but not in the public ear. This evening you will have an opportunity of hearing them speak for themselves-a golf champion, a dairy queen, and the chief engineer of one of the world's famous ships.

: 'Tod the Tailor'

A Heroic Play for all ages by W. Griffin
With music by Charles F. Waters
The play begins in the workroom of Thomas Tod , a tailor, in which are heard:
Thomas Tod , himself Gertrude, his wife A Burgomaster
Hob; Nob; Clem; Dicon; Hercules; Jonas (Tailors)
From Tod's house a journey is made to the Last of the Old Kingdoms, where, in the Throne Room of the Palace, are heard :
King Hobo the Tenth Eunice , the Queen-Consort Rosamund, the Princess
Lord Great Panjandrum (The Government)
Sullivan, P.C. (The Police Force) General Reserve (The Army) Thomas Tod A Peasant
Then to a Lonely Place, where
Thomas Tod meets:
Sullivan, P.C.
A Charcoal Burner and The Dragon
Once more to the King's Palace and finally
Back again to the workroom of Thomas Tod
Production by Cyril Wood


Unknown: W. Griffin
Unknown: Thomas Tod
Unknown: Thomas Tod
Unknown: Tenth Eunice
Unknown: Thomas Tod
Unknown: Thomas Tod
Unknown: Thomas Tod
Production By: Cyril Wood

: Pen Blwyddyn

Tymor y Penderfyniadau a'r Addunedau
(Pen Blwyddyn- The season of resolutions and new hopes)
Egwyl ddifyr o ganu, adrodd, ac ymgomio wrth ganu'n iach a'r hen, a chroesawu'r newydd.


(including Weather Forecast)

: Cabaret

from the St. Mellons Country Club,
St. Mellons


including Weather Foreceast

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