D. Rhys Phillips
Dechrau'r mis hwn fe aeth dirprwyaeth o Gymru i Vannes i ddathlu hanner canmlwydd Gorsedd Beirdd Llydaw-un o blant Gorsedd Cymru.
('The Breton Bards Celebrate '-a talk by D. Rhys Phillips )
Some frank words between
The speakers have lived in North Wales for some years, and are enjoying it. But this evening they will give vent to their feelings about tourists, jerry-building, and efforts to popularise the beautiful North Wales coast.
(' Deuthom, a gweld ' : Trafodaeth rhwng dau Sais a Saesnes sy'n byw yng Ngogledd Cymru)
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