11.5 ' Makers of Modern Wales '
3—'Howel Harris, Daniel Rowland , and William Williams '
A dramatic interlude
1 Howel Harris tries to preach to a hostile crowd in Machynlleth
2 The famous meeting of Methodist leaders in Watford, near Caerphilly, in 1743 3 A glimpse of Howel Harris 's community in Trevecca
'How the Schools and Local
Government Services are affected
Arthur Jenkins , M.P.
A series of talks for Discussion
Groups, arranged by Brinley Thomas These talks deal with the changes that have affected the social, cultural, and industrial life of South Wales during the past twenty years.
Today the speakers will discuss the sharp decline in the school population, caused by the continued migration of families, as well as the General fall in the birth rate. The other side of the picture shows a steadv rise in the proportion of n folk in the community, which is a sign of increased health services.
Arranged by Vaughan Thomas sung by W. R. Allen (baritone)
W R. Allen , who is now a lecturer in the music department of the University College, Aberystwyth, and secretary of the College weekly concerts, studied at the Royal
College of Music. He specialise, in voice training, and is interested in folk songs. In addition to his appointment at the University, be also plays the organ at Llandinam Parish Church.
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