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: MELODIES OF WALES

Esme Lewis (soprano)
Nantyffyllon Juvenile Choir
Conductor, D. C. Watkins

Contributors

Soprano: Esme Lewis
Conductor: D. C. Watkins

: 'OUT WEST AND DOWN SOUTH '

Some gramophone records of mountain ditties and plantation songs

: STOP PRESS FOR SPORT

Latest results—eye-witness accounts -up-to-the-minute news of Saturday
Sport in Wales

: CARDIFF ENSEMBLE CHAMBER CONCERTS

Directed by Ronald Harding
Frank Thomas (violin)
Gwen Griffiths (violin)
Nina Rochard (viola)
Ronald Harding (violoncello)
F. H. Clements (clarinet)
Mabel Draper (pianoforte)
Mary Kendall (pianoforte) from the Reardon Smith Lecture
Theatre, National Museum of Wales

Contributors

Directed By: Ronald Harding
Violin: Frank Thomas
Violin: Gwen Griffiths
Viola: Nina Rochard
Viola: Ronald Harding
Clarinet: F. H. Clements
Pianoforte: Mabel Draper
Pianoforte: Mary Kendall
Unknown: Reardon Smith

: 'Y PETHAU HYN A GARAF'

Ran Newyddiadurwr
(' These things I love '—a talk)

: A BALLAD OF 1400

The programme written and produced by Dafydd Gruffydd
The tale of an ambition that was not fulfilled, of a dream, and of a bid for power, which, through man's endeavour, almost reached the peak of success, and then failed and achieved nothing
This is the romantic story of Owain Glyn Dwr , known to the English as Owen Glendower , who in the year 1400 raised the standard of revolt in Wales, drove the English hack, and caused himself to be crowned Prince. The story tells of his ambition, his bid for power, and his failure.

Contributors

Produced By: Dafydd Gruffydd
Unknown: Owain Glyn Dwr
Unknown: Owen Glendower

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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