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: The WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

(Leader, Louis LEVITUS )
Relayed from
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WALES

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: The WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

(Leader, Louis LEVITUS )

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

'ROBERT Louis STEVENSON by GEOFFREY BRADLEY
The Children's Own Comer
WEST REGIONAL TRIO

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson
Unknown: Geoffrey Bradley

: EGWYL GYMRAEG

(From Swansea)
Yr Athro HENRY LEWIS , M.A.
' Cymraeg Diledryw '
' Welsh—Pure and Undefiled'
PROFESSOR HENRY LEWIS , who is Professor at the University College, Swansea, is a specialist in Welsh Philology. Ho is the author of a book on ' The History of the Welsh Language,' published in the Welsh Home University Library series. In the present talk Professor Lewis will discuss the question as to whether Welsh is a pure language. He will doal with the various alterations in its vocabulary and will show that the borrowing of words from other languages does not indicate a weakness.

Contributors

Unknown: Athro Henry Lewis
Unknown: Cymraeg Diledryw
Unknown: Professor Henry Lewis








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