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Leader, Frank Thomas
Conductor, Idris Lewis


Leader: Frank Thomas
Conductor: Idris Lewis


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by Leslie D. Paul
' from Bangor Cathedral
Music by French Composers
Leslie Paul (the young brother of Reginald Paul , the well-known broadcaster and pianoforte professor at the Royal Academy of Music) has been organist and choirmaster at Bangor Cathedral since 1927. He was born at Bangor and educated at Clifton College, subsequently entering the Royal Academy of Music and Keble College, Oxford.


Unknown: Leslie D. Paul
Unknown: Leslie Paul
Unknown: Reginald Paul


Y ffeithiau wedi eu crynhoi gan
David Thomas
Cyfarwyddwr, Sam Jones
(The Royal Charter '-a feature programme)
Un o benodau tristaf hanes y mor yn ystod y ganrif ddiwethaf oedd suddiad y Royal Charter ar greigiau
Moelfre Mon. Sonnir hyd heddiw, vm mhentre Moelfre am y trychineb, a seilir y rhaglen ar yr hanesion a groniclir yn yr ardal am y noson fythgofiadwy honno.


Unknown: David Thomas
Unknown: Sam Jones


' Wynnstay and the Wynns '
Glyn Roberts
Today the estates of the Wynns of Wynnstay amount to about 150,000 acres. For generations the family has been a tremendous power throughout North Wales and the Borders particularly in the counties of Denbigh, Montgomery, and Merioneth.
The first baronet was
Sir William Williams , a shrewd Parliamentary lawyer who made his mark in the turbulent days of Charles II and James II. Bv the time of his grand-son, the first Sir Watkin Williams
Wynn, the family fortunes had crown to an extent that enabled him to spend at least £120,000 on electioneering alone, without embarrassing the estates to any noticeable degree. Since his death in 1749 there have been five representatives of the family bearing the same name.
The history of the family forms a commentary on many of the great events and tendencies that have characterised the history of England and Wales. Politics, education, drama literature, agricultural improvements, warfare, fox-hunting-all have absorbed the energies of this great clan.


Unknown: Glyn Roberts
Unknown: Sir William Williams
Unknown: James Ii.
Unknown: Sir Watkin Williams


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