11.5 Makers of Modern Wales ' by DAVID WILLIAMS
Lesson 2 : ' Griffith Jones '
A dramatic interlude
According to Lecky, the great historian, Griffith Jones 's system of circulating schools was ' one of the very few important steps in religious education that were taken in the Empire during the early Hanoverian Period '. Griffith Jones received much help from his brother-in-law, Sir John Philipps of Picton Castle, and his friend, Madam Bevan. While he himself was not a Methodist, his schools prepared the way for the Methodist revival.
Readjustments Within the Area
A series of talks for Discussion Groups, arranged by Brinley Thomas This series deals with the changes that have affected the social, cultural, and industrial life of South Wales during the past twenty years. The talk to be given this evening will describe the revival of certain industries in the industrial areas, due to migration and to activity m iron and steel.
A serial play in six episodes, adapted from Taffrail's' novel, by Gethyn Stoodley Thomas
'THE MISADVENTURE OF
Characters in order of speaking
Mrs. Torrey Mayes
The serial produced by Dafydd Gruffydd
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