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5.0 From Regional :
A play
' David Copperfield ', ', Part 2 adapted from Charles Dickens 's famous novel by Philip Wade and John Benson with Desmond Tester , Harold Reese , Gladys Young , Frank Birch , Cecil Trouncer , Alice O'Day , Dora Gregory , Reyner Barton , Jenny Love -lace, Philip Wade , Charles Mason , Charles Hawtrey (by permission of Sidney Carroll ), Norman Shelley , and Gladys Churchman
In this play David runs away to his Aunt Betsy Trotwood , and later meets Uriah Heep
5.45 ' Down on the Farm' a talk by A. W. LING

: THE HAWARDEN SINGERS

Conductor, Fred Roberts from The Gymnasium, Hawarden,
Chester

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by Frederick Dalrymple from Canton Parish Church, Cardiff
Bach
Prelude in E flat (St. Anne's)
Choral Prelude, Come now, Saviour of the Gentiles
Prelude and Fugue in G
Andante allegro (Fourth Sonata)
Un poco allegro Fourth Sonata) Fugue in G (Alia gigue)

: THE SECOND NEWS

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: THE BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA

Leader, Frank Thomas
Conductor, Idris Lewis
Owen Bryngwyn (baritone)

ORCHESTRA Selection, from the Welsh Hills - Idris Lewis, arr. Walter
OWEN BRYNGWYN Unwaith daw eto Wanwyn (Spring comes once again) - Arwel Hughes
Hen Parchnad Tre Ddinbych (In Normandy) - Hubert Davies
Bywyd y Bugail (The Happy Shepherd) - E. T. Davies
Myfyrdod y Bardd (The Poet's Meditation) - David de Lloyd
ORCHESTRA Introduction and Scherzo - Maldwyn Price

: 'OPENING OVERS'

Today Hampshire met Gloucestershire at Southampton in the opening match of the first-class cricket season. You will hear a recording of some of the match, an eye-witness account of the day's play, and something about the previous record of the game in the two counties.

: 'THEATRES OF VARIETY'

A Variety Programme from the Stage of the Hippodrome, Southampton

: 'CADW NOSWYL'

Drama fer gan R. G. Berry
Cymeriadau
Tomos Morgan , hen filwr
Catrin Jones , cymdoges
Ifan Rees , cyfaill
Mr. Pritchard,
Swyddog y Llywodraeth
Y Perfformiad cyntaf
Cyfarwyddwr, Sam Jones
(' A Vigil', a short play by R. G. Berry , produced by Sam Jones )

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