THE progressive activity of all departments of the National Museum of Wales is a striking feature of the report for the year 1944-45. Most of the material removed from the public exhibition galleries has now been restored and the reorganisation of certain parts of the collections is near completion. In accordance with the strong educational policy of the Museum, departmental lectures, gallery talks, demonstrations and special exhibitions have been provided throughout the year. The value of these is amply proved by the large attendance of students, teachers, classes of school-children and groups of Service men and women. Of the several public lectures given outside the Museum, mention may be made of a series of three given by the Keeper of the Department of Folk Culture and Industries to teachers at a Ministry of Education course held at Caerleon.