A preliminary talk on the forthcoming broadcasts to Schools in Wales by D. W. Roberts , Secretary of the Welsh Schools' Committee
The number of schools taking broadcasts in Wales has increased considerably during the last year, and is now over 650.
Next term's broadcasts to schools in Wales will begin on September 26, and this session there will be four courses-one more than in previous years-three in Welsh and one in English.
A play of Unemployment by E. Eynon Evans
The characters are
John Llewelyn , a miner Ann, his wife
Mair, their daughter David, the elder son
Wensley, the younger son
Lewis Roberts , a friend of the family
Arthur, Mair's fiance Twm Pugh , a caller
The main action of the play takes place in John Llewelyn 's house in a town in the Welsh mining valleys
The production by Dafydd Gruffydd
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