(Around the Coast of Wales-4)
Mordaith hamddenol rownd glannau
Cymru Fu Hwyliwn o Gaerfyrddin a chawn ollwng angor yn ol ein ffansi
Ar y bwrdd y mae gwr cyfarwydd i'n diddori a rhamant castell neu gaban, porthladd neu bentref, oedd mewn bri yn y dyddiau gynt
Dewch ar fwrdd ein Llong Hud, gan ddymuno gwynt teg iddi
A talk by RALEGH PHILLPOTTS
Listeners are invited to- accompany Ralegh Phillpotts in a walk over the moor, the objective being a spot known as Cranmere Pool, which is the Mecca of most walkers on Dartmoor. He will describe the nature of the ground, some of the antiquities, and the birds and animals, that may be seen. Mr. Ralegh Phillpotts comes from a family which has lived on or near Dartmoor and has been associated with it for a number of years; he is a cousin of the well-known Dartmoor novelist, Eden Phillpotts.
MADGE THOMAS (contralto)
WINIFRED DAVEY (pianoforte)
Winifred Davey won a number of gold medals and open challenge classes in the West of England competitive festivals while she was still a child. Competing at the National Eisteddfod in Wales, she succeeded in winning the chief pianoforte prize, the sight reading prize, the sight singing contest. and the musical dictation contest on the same day. Her gift of transposition has impressed many artists whose solo numbers she has transposed to a different key at sight.
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