(The Children's Hour)
Yr ail mewn cyfres newydd o straeon mawr Cymru ar ffunf Dramau gan D. GWYNALLT EVANS
' Y Wlad'
Sgwrs gan ALUN ROBERTS
Deuawdau Utgorn gan RON TROTMAN ac A. GEAR
Caneuon ar y ' vibraphone a'r xylophone ' gan CLIFF EARNSHAW
Merch 13 oed yn ein difyrru-
'A play, a talk, trumpet duets, vibraphone and xylophone solos, and an entertainer)
What's going on in Dorset
A. W. Ling and T. R. Ferris
For the next six weeks our Farming editor is interviewing in turn the Agricultural Organisers of each of the counties in the region. He will discuss with them the current prospects in each of their areas.
Ronald Biggs , a studio choir and the Dartmouth Choral Society
Tonight with the help of a choir in the Bristol studio, which he is himself conducting, Ronald Biggs will again assist in the evening rehearsal of the Dartmouth Choral Society. He will be speaking to Dartmouth, the choir there will sing back to him, and listeners will hear what is going on at each end. This is the fourth of these conducted rehearsals-the next will be the second rehearsal of the Ottery St. Mary Choral Society- which are to culminate in a joint festival production in March by the three choirs taking part in the experiment.
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