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: John Stean's Carlton Celebrity Orchestra

Relayed from the Carlton Restaurant


Musicians: John Stean's Carlton Celebrity Orchestra

: Problems of Production applied to Welsh Dramatists - I: Method of Producing a Naturalistic Play

Mr. Ifan Kyrle Fletcher

Mr. Kyrle Fletcher has been associated with the Newport Playgoers for many years. He has also written much on plays and players.


Speaker: Ifan Kyrle Fletcher

: Mr. J. Kyrle Fletcher: Place Names: III: Place Names of our Towns and Villages

Many places outgrow their names, for villages develop into towns and towns into cities, but it is difficult to part with a name even if it becomes inappropriate, for with the name, associations grow up.


Speaker: J. Kyrle Fletcher

: Bristol Old Comrades' Night

Relayed from The Drill Hall of the 6th Gloucestershire Regiment, Bristol
Lt. Col. A.L.W. Newth, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Commanding 4th Gloucestershire Regiment, will tell the story of Bristol's Citizen Soldiers from the 18th Century Royal Volunteers, to the present time.
Soldier songs by Bristol soloists: Stanley Budd (Tenor), Alfred Yewdall (Tenor), Seymour Gough (Baritone), Jenkyn Llewellyn (Baritone), Arthur Barrett (Bass)

The Rev. J.M.B. Stancomb, war-time padre of the 4th Gloucestershire Regiment, will sing 'Bravo Bristol,' the stirring marching song written for Bristol soldiers by the late
Mr. Fred. E. Weatherly
The bugles and drums of the 6th Gloucestershire Regiment will contribute 'On Parade,' 'Beating of Retreat,' and 'Lights Out'
The Lord Mayor, Hon. Col. of the 4th Gloucestershire Regiment, will preside and will be supported by the Sheriff, and Chief Military Officers of the district.


Speaker: Lt. Col. A. L. W. Newth
Tenor: Stanley Budd
Tenor: Alfred Yewdall
Baritone: Seymour Gough
Baritone: Jenkyn Llewelyn
Bass: Arthur Barrett
Choruses under the direction of: Joseph Jenkins
Singer: The Rev. J.M.B. Stancomb

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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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