O Eglwys Gadeiriol, Ty Ddewi; dan arweiniad Esgob Ty Ddewi, Dr. W. T. Havard
Emynau: Mae Eglwys Dduw trwy'r ddaer a'r net yn un (539: Ton, Clod); Cofia'ngwlad Benllywydd tirion (556: Ton, Groeswen)
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GÃÂ´r Cymreig y BBC
Arweinydd, Arwel Hughes
(Yr emynau o Emynau'r Eglwys)
(Service in Welsh)
(Wenvoe, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
Dr. W. T.
with Harry Corbett.
The Laughing Lady
A play for television by Wendy Cooper.
(Previously televised last Thursday)
Writer (The Laughing Lady):
Producer (The Laughing Lady):
Designer (The Laughing Lady):
Mr Prescott, his shop manager:
P. C. Jones:
Patrol car officer:
with Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, David Nixon and Douglas Duff trying to find the answers and Eamonn Andrews to see fair play.
tells stories of St. James's Theatre, London.
by Mazo de la Roche.
Adapted as a television play by Philip Mackie.
[Starring] Jean Cadell and Robin Bailey
The action takes place in and near the Whiteoaks' house, 'Jalna', Ontario, between autumn 1924 and summer 1925.
See facing page
The time is 1924-five years after the events of Whiteoak Heritage. Renny, the master of Jalna, is still unmarried. Meg, his elder sister, has become an embittered spinster of forty, still nursing a grudge against the fate that broke off her marriage to Maurice Vaughan eighteen years earlier. But their young half-brothers are growing to manhood and thinking of marriage. Eden, Piers, and Finch are widely diverse in character. Eden is talented, charming, idle, and utterly selfish. Piers, aged twenty, is a stolid, unimaginative farmer who despises Eden's poetry and prefers the inarticulate company of horses and cattle. Finch is at the awkward age, a dreamy youngster troubled by the uncertainties and questionings of adolescence. Into this family circle Eden brings his American bride, Alayne. Alayne has had a sheltered and fastidious upbringing: she is taken aback b/ the uninhibited Whiteoaks, perpetually quarrelling, loving, and hating each other. Especially is she taken aback by old Adeline. Adeline is ninety-nine, hardly caring what she looks like, certainly not caring two hoots what she says. The old lady's mind is set on just one thing: to survive to her hundredth birthday. (Philip Mackie)
Mazo de la
Her sons - Nicholas:
Her sons - Ernest:
Her grandchild - Renny:
Her grandchild - Meg:
Her grandchild - Eden:
Her grandchild - Piers:
Her grandchild - Finch:
Alayne, Eden's wife:
Pheasant Vaughan, his daughter:
plays music by Chopin Nocturne in B. Op. 9 No. 3 Waltz in A flat, Op. 64 Mazurka No. 6 in B flat Fantaisie, Op. posth.
from St. David's Cathedral.
The Dean of St. David's, the Very Rev. C. Witton Davies, and the Rev. Ralph Holtam talk about the pilgrimage to the Cathedral.
The Very Rev. C. Witton
The Rev. Ralph