A hundred years ago tomorrow the first important incident occurred in the Rebecca Riots on the borders of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. David Williams, who is lecturer in History at the University College, Cardiff, has discovered original documents which enable him to throw fresh light on the whole situation in West Wales a century ago.
(Pencanmlwydd 'Rebecca': ymddiddan)
Trafodaeth rhwng E. D. Jones a T. E. Nicholas
Bydd y ddau'n holi ym mha Ie y mae cydymdeimlad beirdd Cymru heddiw ac yn ceisio penderfynu pa un ai gwerinol ai pendefigaidd vdvw barddoniaeth vr oes
(Welsh poetry and Welsh life-q discussion)
Cylch-gan newydd i Denor a Cherddorfa
Geiriau gan Wil Ifan
Y Gerddoriaeth gan Idris Lewis
(Life's Seasons: a new song cycle for tenor and orchestra. Lyrics by Wil Ifan; music by Idris Lewis)
Haydn Adams (tenor)
Cerddorfa Gymreig v BBC
(The BBC Welsh Orchestra)
Blaenor Chwarae, Frank Thomas
Arweinydd, Idris Lewis
Dyma berfformiad gyntaf y gwaith hwn. Y mae'r caneuon yn cynnwys rhai o delynegion mwyaf adnabyddus Wil Ifan, megis 'Gadael Cartref', 'Cerdd v Glowr', a'r Ysgub Olaf.
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