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: THE BAND OF THE 5th BATTALION. THE WELCH REGIMENT

(By permission of Lieut.-Col. W. Russell
Edmunds, T .D.)
Conducted by Mr. Brinley M. Lewis
Jack Lewis (tenor)
This band includes some of the best players in South Wales, and has been heard in Cardiff, Porthcawl, Penarth, and Merthyr during the past summer. The bandmaster
B M. Lewis, who was a piano pupil of Richard Howells, and a horn pupil of Adolph Borsdorf and Thomas R. Busby, studied at the Trinity College of Music, London, where'he secured a scholarship in 1914.

Contributors

Unknown: Col. W. Russell
Conducted By: Mr. Brinley M. Lewis
Tenor: Jack Lewis

: Gramophone Records THREE FAMOUS CHOIRS

Choir of the Russian Church of the Metropolitan of Paris: I Believe
(The Creed) (Grechaninov)
Glasgow Orpheus Choir: Eriskay
Love Lilt (arr. Sir Hugh Roberton )
Hall Johnson Negro Choir Good
News. Standin' in de need of prayer. Religion is a fortune

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Hugh Roberton

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: MI WELAF MEWN ATGO' ...

Rhaglen o farddoniaeth a chan
(' Moods '-miscellany of words and music)

: 'CROSS SECTION'

'from the Pontypool Educational
Settlement
The winter session at the Pontypool Educational Settlement is in full swing and listeners will hear the Warden, Ivor Thomas , reviewing the work of the various classes held under the auspices of the Settlement.

Contributors

Unknown: Ivor Thomas

: AIL-GREU'R GORFFENNOL

Iorwerth C. Peate
(A talk on the Department of Folk
Culture of the National Museum of Wales)
Cyhoeddwyd holwyddoreg yn ddiweddar gan Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Cymru yn galw am gynhorthwy pawb yng ngwaith
Adran Diwylliant a Diwydiant Gwerin. Den'gys y sgwrs heno gan Geidwad yr Adran sut y gall gwrandawyr gynnig y cynhorthwy hwn

Contributors

Unknown: Iorwerth C. Peate

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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