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: THE NEW WELSH REGION

Speeches of Goodwill and Congratulation by the Lord Mayor of Cardiff
(Alderman Herbert Hiles,
M.B.E., J.P.)
The Pro-Chancellor of the University of Wales
(The Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Monmouth, D.D.)
The Archdruid of Wales
(The Rev. J. J. Williams , M.A.)
Sir Robert J. Webber , J.P.
(The Press) from the Civic Luncheon given by the Lord Mayor of Cardiff to celebrate the inauguration of the new
Welsh Region
From the City Hall, Cardiff

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

Sixth Day of Request Week
A programme made up largely of Bimbo and Koko (The Two Clowns) and Two Stories for the younger children by Adam Wade-Brown
5.45 from Regional :
RONALD GOURLEY will entertain

: A BALLAD CONCERT

Edith Williams (soprano) Norman Vassall (baritone)
Morgan Lloyd (violin)

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' AROUND AND ABOUT'

J. E. Emlyn Jones

: SPORT TODAY

New Zealand v. Gloucestershire
An eye-witness account of the cricket match at the Memorial Ground,
Bristol, by A. McLeod
The Backwell Speed Hill Climb
An eye-witness account of the climb by Gordon Bird

: THE BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA

Leader, Frank Thomas
Conducted by Reginald Redman
Frederick Harvey (baritone)

ORCHESTRA A Rhapsody on Welsh Airs - Redman
FREDERICK HARVEY AND ORCHESTRA Il lacerato spirito (The Broken Spirit) (Simone Boccanegra) - Verdi
ORCHESTRA Pan's Garden - Redman
Gaffer Gavotte - Redman
A Song Without Words - Redman
FREDERICK HARVEY Will the red sun never set? - Woodforde-Finden
It was a dream - Lassen
Secrecy - Wolf
Dreams - Ashworth-Hope
ORCHESTRA Suite, English Folk Songs 1 Seventeen come Sunday. 2 My Bonnie Boy. 3 Folk Songs from Somerset - Vaughan Williams

: Coast to Coast

Cross Channel Conversation
Being an interchange of experiences between those engaged on land, underground, and on both shores of the Bristol Channel. Tonight being the last occasion on which the West of England and Welsh programmes operate on the same wavelength, a combined programme shows again, to each side, some outline of how the other side lives

: WEST AND WALES

A statement by the Controller of Programmes

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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