11.5 Historical Geography of Wales
5-' The Wanderings of the Saints '
E. G. BOWEN
The travels of a great Celtic missionary, Saint Samson of D61, to whom many churches are dedicated in Wales, the West Country, and Northern France
Broadcast from the Minister's Room,
Siloh Chapel , Aberystwyth
(Casglu a Gwario'r Trethi)
A series of talks and discussions specially designed for Discussion
Groups. Tonight's subject is:
' Protecting our Health '
A Medical Officer of Health
A Sanitary Inspector
(Cwrs ar gyfer Seiadau Gwrando : lechvd yw'r pwnc heno)
A dramatic feature in three episodes
1—' The Fortress '
A scene from the time of the Last
Prince of Wales by Llewelyn Wyn
2— ' Midsummer Morning ' by A. 0. Roberts
'Whoever watches from Snowdon the dawn of Midsummer Day will suffer love, or death, or madness.
3—'Night on the Mountain '
A fantasy in verse by Llewelyn Wyn Griffith
The production by T. Rowland
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