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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 BEN DATE is a National Eisteddfod winner and has also won scores of prizes at ' semi-Nationals ' throughout the Principality. He has twice toured the United States and Canada. Whilst serving with the R.E. during the war he became a member of the ' Sparklets ' Concert Party, and believes the number of times he sang ' Roses of Picardy,' in response to requests, must have run into hundreds.

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: The CHILDREN'S HOUR

' The Dream of St. Dunstan, and how it came true,' by DOROTHY HOWARD ROWLANDS

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Howard Rowlands

: The Society of Somerset Folk

BRISTOL AND DISTRICT BRANCH
Speeches
AT THE ANNUAL DINNER
Relayed from THE BERKELEY CAFÉ,
BRISTOL
The President, The Right Honourable
Lord BAYFORD, proposing the Toast of ' Somerset, our County ' I
Responded to by Major F. MAURICE
CELY TREVILIAN, D.L., J.P.
Artists :
MADGE THOMAS (Contralto)
KATHLEEN BEER (Sop:ano)}Duets
W. IRVING GASS (Baritone))
OLIVE WOODINGTON (Violoncello)
DAN'L GRAINGER in Somerset Dialect Stories
IRENE GASS (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Unknown: Major F. Maurice








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