(Broadcasts to Schools in Wale!)
Egwyl (Interlude) ,
3.5 'Cymru a'i Gwaith'
'Crefftau Cymru' gan Iorwerth C. PEATE
Gwers 1—' Crefft a Chymdeithas
Gwers ragarweiniol mewn cyfres yn
mdnn 5 nifer o grefftau a fu gynt
Yn gyffredin iawn yng Nghymru ; fys rhai ohonynt o hyd
by Joseph Morgan from Windsor Place Presbyterian
Short Prelude and Fugue in E minor Choral Preludes
Komm, Heiliger Geist , Herr Gott
(Come, Holy Ghost, Lord God)
Vater unser im Himmelreich Our
Father which art in Heaven)
Mit Fried' und Freud' (In Peace and Joy)
Christum, wlr sollen loben schon
(Christ, Whom all the world
O Mensch, bewein' dein' Siinde gross (0 Man, thy grievous sin bewail)
Prelude and Fugue in B minor
Short talks on films, film actors,
National Parks and Forest Lands
It was only a few years ago that a critic pointed out that film stars from Wales were very few and far between. It is significant that during the last five years the ranks of film actors have swelled enormously by the addition of people from Wales.
Welsh actors either born in Wales or elsewhere of Welsh parentage have undeniably arrived on the screen. In the first talk, listeners will hear about D.W. Griffith, Ivor Novello, Emlyn Williams, Clifford Evans, Herbert Tree, Allan Jones, Garth Trevor,
Roddy Hughes, Fewlass Llewellyn, Edmund Gwenn, Grace Moore and numbers of others. This will be followed by a short talk on National Parks by Roy Saunders.
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