H. J. Rose
The speakers in this series of talks will be drawn from all walks of life and their qualification for speaking will be the undoubted interest which they have shown in Wales and the Welsh people, and their association with movements in Wales. They will select their own aspects of Welsh life for comment and will be free to speak from a wholly personal standpoint.
Conductor, D. T. Davies from Tabernacle Chapel, Cardiff
The Dowlais Ladies' Choir has had a long run of successes under the conductorship of D. T. Davies. It won the first prize at the National Eisteddfod in Treorchy in 1928 and again in Neath in 1934. Its long list of honours was extended in 1935 when the choir was placed first in the Ladies' Choir Competition at the Caernarvon National Eisteddfod.
' Llên : Celfyddyd neu
Bropaganda ? '
(A discussion on ' Art or Propaganda in Literature ? ')
C. E. Thomas
W. H. Reese
Y gyntaf mewn cyfres o sgyrsiau arbennig ar gyfer Cylchoedd Trafodyng Nghymru yn trin y gwahanol ffurfiau mewn llenyddiaeth, hynny yw barddoniaeth, ysgrif, stori fer, nofel, drama
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