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' Aboard the Bulger '
A story by Ann Scott Moncrieff
Part 5—'The Conquest of Cuddyreek
Told by James McKechnie
This week you will hear how Hannah and the Whelk with Edgar, Pud, and Plag set out on their expedition to the Phantom Isle to defeat the evil witch ' Cuddyreek '.
Tunes you know played on the harp by Rae Russell , and some games for all ages arran-ged by Kathleen
Broadcasts in Welsh on 261.1 m. 5.15-6.0
5.15 Newyddion (News)
5.30 Awr y Plant (The Children's Hour). ' Trem yn Ol ' —Mrs. Preis a Wili Bach yn edrych yn 61 dros rhaglenni Gerallt Richards , ac yn ailglywed rhai o'r caneuon mwyaf nodedig. Fe'u cenir gan Cor Meibion Afan (Cor y Brigad), Gunstone Jones (Lewsyn), a Haydn Adams
(Myrddin y Bugail)


Story By: Ann Scott Moncrieff
Told By: James McKechnie
Unknown: Rae Russell
Unknown: Wili Bach
Unknown: Gerallt Richards
Unknown: Gunstone Jones
Unknown: Haydn Adams

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