' Gunpowder Treason And Plot'
A Programme about Guy Fawkes by R. J. MCGREGOR
' Please to remember the fifth of November,
Gunpowder Treason and Plot,
I see no reason why Gunpowder
Should ever be forgot'
Leader, Frank Thomas
Conductor, IDRIS LEWIS Wisp. 3. At an Old Trysting-Place.
4. In Autumn. 5. From an Indian Lodge. 6. To a Water-Lily. 7. From Uncle Remus. 8. A Deserted Farm. 9. By a Meadow Brook. 10. Told at Sunset
(A Welsh Talk by David Thomas on ' Living Together ')
Dyma'r gyntaf o'r sgyrsiau Cymraeg arbennig i Gylchoedd Trafod yng Nghymru yn ystod y tymor hwn. Bwriedir hon ar gyfer y Cylchoedd sydd yn dilyn y gyfres ' Living Together ' yn y Rhaglen Genediaethol
This is the second of three talks on the musical achievements and possibilities of the West Country. This evening Mr. Biggs will tell listeners of recent discoveries he has made in the musical West.
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