(A talk by an overseas visitor)
Mae'r Eisteddfod bob blwyddyn yn atdynnu llu mawr o ymwelwyr o wiedydd tramor, a threfna llawer o'r alltudion eu hymweliad a'u hen gartref tuag adeg yr Eisteddfod. Fe ddaw un o'r ymwelwyr hyn at y microffon i gyfleu i wrandawyr yr argraff a wna Cymru heddiw arno, ac hefyd i ddweud ychydig am y wlad y mae'n byw ynddi.
Presented by NAT DAY
The Esplanade Pavilion,
NORA BANCROFT (the popular artist)
WALTER NIBLO (the premier revue comedian)
DORIS COLLETT (comedienne)
DAN NOBLE (baritone)
LESLIE ROME (light comedian)
CONNIE LEONARD (soubrette and dancer)
ZENA BELL (at the piano)
This concert party has been engaged for resident summers at such popular centres as Folkestone, Ramsgate, and St. Leonards. Last year it was at Burnham-on-Sea, and listeners will remember that a programme was broadcast in September.
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