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: 'The First News'

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and West Sports Bulletin

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

Songs of the Sea
Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone) with male chorus : Bay of Biscay; The Saucy Arethusa ; Medley of Sea Shanties, Aboard the Wind-jammer

Contributors

Bass-Baritone: Stuart Robertson

: Egwyl Gymraeg

(Welsh Interlude)
Y Parch. Ganon MAURICE JONES , D.D. (Prif-athro Coleg Dewi Sant , Llanbedr, Ceredigion): Yr Orsedd a'r Eisteddfod'

Contributors

Unknown: Ganon Maurice Jones
Unknown: Coleg Dewi Sant

: THE CITY OF BRISTOL POLICE BAND

By kind permission of the Watch Committee)
Director of Music,
Captain F. W. WOOD , M.V.O.
WILLIAM PARSONS (baritone)
Of the military marches by Schubert originally written as duets for two players on one pianoforte, this one, in D major, is much the best known-too well known to need introduction to any audience. It has been arranged for practically every combination of instruments in use, and is, with every right, as familiar in the repertoire of military bands as in any other form.
This now famous march by Eric Coates began its career as the third number of a suite entitled ' London Everyday '. Such remarkable verve and brilliance was destined for greater things, and its adoption as the very thing to open and close the Saturday broadcasts of ' In Town Tonight' was a happy inspiration, as can well be imagined.

Contributors

Music: Captain F. W. Wood
Baritone: William Parsons

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News








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