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Conductor, ERNEST W. GOSS
BERNARD ROSS (baritone)
Relayed from The Pavilion, Torquay


Conductor: Ernest W. Goss
Baritone: Bernard Ross

: The Children's Hour

' About the Stars ', told by BRONWEN HUBERT PENGELLY at the Piano


Told By: Bronwen Hubert Pengelly

: ' The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Market Prices for Farmers in the West

: Dau-Canmlwyddiant Marw Elis Wynne

Darlledir rhan o gyfarfod a gynhelir yn y Neuadd Goffa , Harlech, i ddathlu'r achlysur
(A relay from the meeting held at Memorial Hall, Harlech, to celebrate the bi-centenary of Elis Wynne )
Siaradwyr :
Cenir emynau cyfaddas gan GOR


Unknown: Neuadd Goffa
Unknown: Elis Wynne
Unknown: T. H. Parry-Williams


Dychmygaeth gan T. ROWLAND HUGHES Prif Gvmeriadau :
Elis Wynne , Rheithor Llanfair ger
Morgan Prys Gerddi- Gwardeiniaid bluog Eglwys Llanfair
Rees Williams, Tal- am y flwyddyn treuddyn J 1731
Tafarnwr Ty'n Llan,
Llanfair Golygfa : Ar y ffordd o Harlech i Lanfair, ac yna mewn ystafell yn Nhy'n Llan.
Amser: 1731, dair blynedd cyn mar\\'
Elis Wynne
Yn y ddychmygaeth hon ceisir taflu golwg ar Elis Wynne yn ei ardal ac yn ei waith. Dilynir ef ar y ffordd o Lasynys trwy Harlech i Lanfair, ac awn gydag ef i Gwrdd Festri ei Eglwys. Yr olygfa, wrth gwrs, yw Ty'n Llan, Llanfair, a thrinir yno faterion eglwysig a chymdeithasol. ' Bugeiliodd ei braidd ', tnedd Syr John Morris Jones , ' ar ei dreftadaeth ei hun, a threuliodd fywyd syml digyffro yn eu plith '. Sylfaenwyd y ddychmygaeth ar lyfrfestri Llanfair a llawysgrifau eraill


Unknown: Prif Gvmeriadau
Unknown: Elis Wynne
Unknown: Rheithor Llanfair
Unknown: Llanfair Golygfa
Unknown: Elis Wynne
Unknown: Elis Wynne
Unknown: John Morris Jones

: ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin

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