A WELSH INTERLUDE
Mr. IORWERTH PEATE , of tho Department of Archæology, National Museum of Wales: ' Penodau Cyntaf Hanes Cvmru-I , Dechreuad Pethau.' ' Early Chapters in the History of Wales
—I, Beginnings '
THE STATION TRIO
FRANK THOMAS (Violin),
HUBERT PENGELLY (Pianoforte)
' Across the Water'
A One Act Play by W. J. GRUFFYDD
Translated from the Welsh and Adapted for broadcasting by D. GRUFFYDD
Scene : The parlour of the Ferry Inn on the banks of the Menai Straits, by the ferry called
Moel y don, in Caernarvonshire
Midday: towards the end of the year 1746
Hugh, a farmer from Anglesey:
Margaret, the Hostess of the Inn:
Morris Parry, a Visitor:
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