5.0 From Regional :
' David Copperfield ' by CHARLES DICKENS adapted for the Children's Hour by PHILIP WADE and JOHN BENSON
Episode 4—' David and Dora ' with Harold Reese , Dick Francis , Philip Wade , Reyner Barton , Jenny Lovelace , Peggy Simpson , Deering Wells , Frank Birch , Gladys Young , and Gladys Churchman
5.45 ' Down on the Farm ' by A. W. LING
Margaret Mills-Reynolds (soprano)
David Jones (tenor)
MARGARET MILLS-REYNOLDS Roses - Adams
Serenade - Gounod
DAVID JONES Nirvana - Stephen Adams
My Dreams - Tosti
MARGARET MILLS-REYNOLDS My Dearest Heart - Sullivan
Adgofion (Memories) - arr. Idris Lewis
Old-Fashioned Town - Squire
DAVID JONES My Heart is Gold - Tauber
Passing By - Purcell
T. Sturge Cotterell
In Bath Abbey tomorrow, Viscount Wakefield is to unveil a memorial to Admiral Phillip, founder of Sydney and first Governor of New South Wales. Tonight T. Sturge Cotterell will describe the adventurous life of this Empire builder.
' Looking for Design'
Anthony Bertram is travelling round England observing the changes in domestic design and how they affect conditions of living. Tonight he is talking about points which have particularly interested him in the West of England.
A radio-play in verse by Ken. Etheridge
Based on a story from the Mabinogion
' Pwyll Pen Annwfyn '
Music specially composed for this programme by Mansel Thomas played by The BBC Welsh Orchestra
Leader, Frank Thomas
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
The production by Dafydd Gruffydd
Suite for pianoforte, in five movements 1 Capriccio. 2 Lament of the Nereides. 3 Invocation to Terpsichore. 4 Pirouette de la marionnette. 5 The Ant Hill (Impressione e tema con variazoni) - Cuthbert Samuels
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