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Full Moon


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by CARADOG PHITCHARD translated by MENNA GALLIE and dramatised for radio by JOHN GEORGE
A portrait of life in a Snowdonia slate-quarrying village seen through the eyes of a boy at the end of the first war. ' The strange woman put a small brown-paper parcel tied with string into my hand. " Your mother's clothes," she said. " And here are her rings." I could only stare at the little parcel ... trying to think how they could have got all Mam's clothes into such a small parcel.'


Unknown: Caradog Phitchard
Translated By: Menna Gallie
Unknown: John George
Producer: Lorraine Davies
Narrator: John Ogwen
The BOY: Rhys Powys
The Mother: Beryl Williams
Huw: Huw Owen
Moi AI: Un Parry
Moi's Mother: Maureen Rhys
Grannie: Nesta Harries
The Parson: Dillwyn Owen
The Policeman: Huw Ceredig
Grace Evans: Myfanwy Talog
Ellis Evans: Dic Hughes
Jennie Pen Cae: Marged Esli

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