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: The Daily Service

(Relayed from Daventry)

: ' How SOUTH WALES BECAME AN INDUSTRIAL AREA '—II

Principal .T. F. REES, University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire : ' The Mineral
Resources'

: 'Abergwaun' ;

An Episode of the French Invasion of 1797 in Four Acts by ERNEST VELlNDRE
Performed by THE CARDIFF RADIO
PLAYERS
CHARACTERS
Jame, Pendinas, a young man of independent means, visitor at his uncle's house, ' The' Grange,' near Fishguard
Anno Morton, Niece to Major Morgan
Major Morgan, Major in charge of Fishguard
Fort /
Corporal Pat, a cattle shoeing smith
Lieut. Rogers, stationed at Fishguard Fort
Jem Nicholls, a woman who keeps a cobbler's shop
Dick, a highway robber
General Tate, Leader of the French Expedition Capt. Thomas, of Sloop St. Davids
French Officer of the Republican Army
French Non-Commissioned Officer of Republican
Army
Two French Soldiers
Act 1. Trehowel House, near Fishguard
Act II. The Cross-roads at Drewogan woods Act III. The Shore
Act IV. A House overlooking Fishguard sands
Incidental Music by THE STATION TRIO








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