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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

Travel Thrill-3 by H. NORTON MATTHEWS
' I see the world's most marvellous diamond at Kimberley and hear the story of the discovering of the Cullinan diamond from
Sir Thomas Cullinan himself ' the Advenchewers of Andy (No. 3) by HEDLEY GOODALL
5.45 From Regional :
' Here and There ' a summary of the week's news by STEPHEN KING-HALL

: WALDINI'S VARIETY HOUR

Produced by Waldini and Elwyn Evans

: LOOKING AHEAD

R. S. Palmer
Rowe Harding

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: THE STRODE SCHOOL PIPE BAND and THE SOMERSET PIPE QUARTET

Conductor, Lillyanne Wilson
(Voices and pipes)

PIPE BAND German Folk Air - trad., arr. M. James
Gathering Peascods - trad., arr. A. Miller
J'ai descendu dans mon jardin (French Air) - trad., arr. A. Miller
PIPE QUARTET Have at thy coat, old woman (Scotch Air) - arr. Imogen Holst
The Red Fox (Irish Air) - trad., arr. D. Barnard
The Reproach (1720) - Anthony Young, arr. Margerison
Buttered pease - trad., arr. Margerison
Pipe solo, Alman (circa sixteenth century)(Virginal ace. by Ruth Holder) (Soloist, LILLYANNE WILSON ) - Anon., arr. Craxton
PIPE BAND How sweet is the shepherd's sweet lot (Voice and pipe) - Somervell
Cold's the wind - arr. A. Miller
The Meeting of the Waters (Irish Air) - arr. M. Anderson
PIPE QUARTET Gavotte - Handel, arr. D. Barnard
Corranto (Old English Dance) - arr. Edgar Hunt
The Dimpled Cheek (Welsh Air) - arr. A. Miller
PIPE BAND O Mistress Mine - Somervell
Brother James' Air - Gordon Jacob

: I FFERMWYR CYMRU

(For Welsh Farmers)
Y Sefydliad Amaethyddol a'i
Swydd Heddiw
W. H. Jones
Isaac Jones

: WEEK-END AWAY FROM SWINDON

Every week-end hundreds of people leave the scene of their everyday work to explore the surrounding countryside. Here are some routes for those who are leaving Swindon this week-end described by A motorist, a cyclist, and a walker .

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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