' Ireland '
All good things come to an end, and Midland cycling enthusiasts this evening are to hear the last of William Oakley 's interesting series. In this talk his bicycle crosses the sea for some of his favourite tours in Ireland.
Denis Wright , who is a well-known authority on band music, will introduce in this talk a new series of fortnightly broadcasts that will serve to illustrate ,and reflect the brass band movement in the Midlands. Representative bands from all parts of the Midlands will be included, and the broadcast will be prefaced by a short account of the history of the band chosen.
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