(The Children's Hour)
' Mochyn Tomos Bartley '
Drama gan MARIAN E. WILLIAMS
Sgwrs gan ALUN ROBERTS
Rhaglen fechan o benillion a recordiau
Neges Heddwch Plant Cymru
Sgwrs gan y Parch. Gwilym DAVIES
(A Play; talks, and a programme of verse and music)
in A Countryman's Contentions
A Devon man discourses on world affairs in the ' Pig and Whistle '
Listeners may remember the broadcast of Barn,et's Folly, in which the author, Jan Stewer , played the part of George Growsell. Tonight he will give the first of a new series in which he will discuss world affairs with a couple of cronies at the Pig and Whistle.
Book by Douglas Furber
Music and Lyrics by various authors and composers with CICELY COURTNEIDGE
SIR FRANK BENSON
THE WESTERN BROTHERS
(Kenneth and George)
LESLIE HUTCHINSON (Hutch)
C. DENIER WARREN
REVNELL and WEST
At the Organ, REGINALD FOORT
At the Pianos:
HARRY S. PEPPER and DORIS ARNOLD
Pipers under the direction of Pipe-Major MCINTOSH
THE BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA and CHORUS
Conducted by Mark H. LUBBOCK
Produced by HARRY S. PEPPER and JOHN WATT
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