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Travel Pictures of the British Empire ; The Rev. H. ALLEN JOB , F.R.G.S, ' South Australia-Garden and Desert '


Unknown: Rev. H. Allen Job


relayed from the Piccadilly
Picture Theatre


Musical Director, GERALD W. BRIGHT . Relayed from the Hotel Majestic, St. Anne's-on-the-Sea


Director: Gerald W. Bright

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S.B. from London

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S.B. from Liverpool


THE STATION AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA: Conductor, T. H. MORRISON DR. VAUGHAN THOMAS (born in 1873) is well known all over Wales, not only as one of the leading contemporary Welsh composers, but in many other capacities-as Lecturer, Adjudicator, Conductor and Inspector in Music under the Central Welsh Board. THE composer of this work was a brilliant student at the Royal College of Music.
She produced some beautiful songs and one or two Orchestral pieces which gave rich promise for the future, and her early death deprived Wales of a gifted and imaginative writer.
Rhuddlan has a very ancient history. The marsh of Morfa Rhuddlan is famous as the scene of a battle at which Offa, King of Mercia, defeated Caradoc in the year 795.


Conductor: T. H. Morrison
Conductor: Dr. Vaughan Thomas

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S.B. from London (10.10 Local News)

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