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: THE UNVEILING OF THE SARAH SIDDONS MEMORIAL TABLET AT BATH

To be performed by Sir John Martin-Harvey
This tablet has been placed on the wall of the old Theatre Royal in Orchard Street which was built in 1750, and was the first provincial theatre to receive the Royal Patent. The immortal Sarah joined John Palmer 's stock company in 1788 and remained there for four years.

: DARLLEDU I'R YSGOLION YNG NGHYMRU

(Broadcasts to Schools in Wales)
Egwyl (Interlude)
3.5 Seiniau Llafar Cym'raeg a Saesneg'
Trefnwyd gan STEPHEN JONES
Gwers 5—' Llafariaid a Deuseiniaid '
3.25 Egwyl (Interlude)

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' Miles Kennedy Again '
Another Detective Play by J. D. STRANGE
The Cast includes :
Rachel Howell Thomas , Nona Richards , W. D. Roderick , Philip Phillips , Godfrey Phillips , Jack James , Lyn Joshua , Vera Meazey ,
Kitty Short , Ivor Maddox
5.45 From Regional :
THE ZOO MAN

: TRUE STORIES

'The Rock Climber's Story'
H. G. Knight

: A RECITAL

by Eric Roberts (violin) and Morgan Nicholas (pianoforte)

Sonata No. 15, in B flat - Mozart
Sonata Movement (Scherzo) - Brahms

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast
7.20 Western Announcements and West of England Bulletin for Farmers

: LLES Y GLOWYR

Beth am y
Dyfodol James Griffith , A.S. Sgwrs i'r Cylchoedd Trafod sy'n dilyn y gyfres ' It's happening Now' yn y
Rhaglen Genedlaethol
(A talk in Welsh on the Miners'
Welfare Scheme)

: ARWERTHIANT LLANRWST

Disgrifiad gan lygad-dyst, sef Meuryn o'r gwerthu a'r prynu.
Rhaglen wedi ei recordio yn Smithfield
Llanrwst
(A recorded programme of the Llanrwst Mart)

: REHEARSAL INTO SONG

Ronald Biggs , a studio choir and the Ottery St. Mary Choral Society Tonight, with the help of a choir in the Bristol studio, Ronald Biggs will again assist in the evening rehearsal of the Ottery St. Mary Choral
Society. He will be speaking to
Ottery St. Mary, the choir there will sing back to him, and listeners will hear what is going on at each end. This is the fifth of these conducted rehearsals-the next will be the second rehearsal of the Bodmin Centenary Choir-which are to culminate in a joint festival production in March by the three choirs taking part in the experiment.

: GRANTON STREET'

A play by P. H. Burton
Characters Mrs. Davies, Mary, Evan Thomas ,
Will, John, Tom Davies , Uncle Jim ,
Sybil, Mrs. Granton,
Edward Granton
The action of the play takes place in the front-room' of the Davies' home m Granton Street, Abemansant, a mining town in Glamorgan, during a Parliamentary bye-election
The play adapted for broadcasting and produced by John Richmond

: SOME ORGANS OF THE WEST

' The Parish Church, Crediton'
An Organ Recital by Cyril G. Church

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast) SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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