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'The Air Ministry are spitting heedlessly at our language, our culture, and our sacred places, like dogs cocking their legs on an altar.'
This is the emotion that fuelled the burning of the RAF bombing school in 1936. Saunders Lewis. owEN GARMON
Subtitle translation JOHN TREFOR Designer RAY PRICE
(Welsh play with English subtitles)


Unknown: William Jones
Unknown: Saunders Lewis.
Unknown: John Trefor
Designer: Ray Price
Producer: John Hefin
Director: Peter Edwards
Lewis Valentine: Dyfan Roberts
D J Williams: W.J. Phillips
J E Jones: Ynyr Williams
Caernarfon court judge: David Swift
Mr Edmund Davies (defence): Lyn Rees
Mr Stable (prosecution): Peter Halliday
Supt Moses Hughes: Clive Roberts
PC Preston: Grey Evans
E V Stanley Jones: Michael Povey
Night-watchman: John Henry Hughes
Young nationalists: Geraint Lewis
Young nationalists: Alun Ap Brinley
Young nationalists: Hefin Williams
Young nationalists: Nia Caron
Young nationalists: Rhian Morgan
Shopkeeper: Elwyn Hughes
Informant: Betsan Llwyd
RAF officer: Robert Boyd
Pwllheli town clerk: Llew Thomas
Clerk of Caernarfon court: John Prior
Translator: Phylip Hughes
Old Bailey judge: Ivor Roberts
Clerk of Old Bailey: Richard Berry
Prison doctor: David Dooley
Prison offical: Roger Nott
Heckler: Richard Elfyn
John Mackie Abbot: John M. McAvoy
Foreman of Caernarfon jury: Robert Elson

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