The life of the Vale has its roots deep in the past, and in many ways it mav be said to be the only bit of Norman Britain that has survived. This programme will be an attempt to convey an atmosphere of a district that has always kept to itself. The various speakers will represent the traditional occupations of the Vale such as farming and thatching, and others will speak of the care of historic mansions, churches, and village schools.
("The Locals Entertain '-from the Village Hall, Bethesda)
Clywsom lawer o son am y diwylliant gwerin. Yn y gyfres hon ympeisir crynhoi rhai agweddau o ddiwyll.ant ardal i Rwmpas rhaglen tn chwarter awr. Cynnyrch lleol fydd y rhaglenni o'u dechrau i'w diwedd, a deuant bob tro o neuadd y pentref.
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