5.0 From Regional :
' Conversations out of School'
The second in a new series, whereby we may listen to some discussion by younger people on a subject that interests them
5.30 Selections by THE BRISTOL CHAMBER TRIO
5.45 ' 'Walks with my Children ' by HENRY WILLIAMSON
Dyfyniadau o waith areithwyr enwog
Thomas Edward Ellis
(' Historic Speeches '-T. E. Ellis )
Y tro hwn, darllenir rhan o araith a draddodwyd gan Tom Ellis yn y Bala, ym mis Medi, 1890 pan gyflwynwyd tysteb iddo gan ei ethohvyr. Ynddi y mae'n bwrw golwg dros ddyfodol Cymru, ynghyd a'i hanghenion gwleidyddol, ac yn son am y Brifysgol, yr Amgueddfa, y Llyfrgell a'r Senedd Genedlaethol ,y credai ef eu bod yn rhwym o ddyfod
After-dinner speaking is sometimes said to be a dying art. Tonight, though, you will hear a few of the better known after-dinner speakers of the West, speaking on toasts of their own choosing from a dinner being held for that purpose
From the Grand Hotel, Bristol
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