HENRY WILLIAMSON, A. W. LING , and others
Devised by PENNETHORNE HUGHES
As in previous editions of this programme Henry Williamson will give a talk, this time about the barn owl; a consumer will question her butcher and A. W. Ling about the price of beef; and there will be another selection of verses and stories about the Western countryside.
0 Goleg y Barri
(' End of Term '-A Light Programme from Barry Training College)
Heno y mae merched Coleg y Barri ar droi adref dros y Nadolig. Cawn wrando arnynt yn treul io noson laweti yn eu neuadd hardd, a phob adran o'r Coleg am y gorau yn difyrru'i gilydd.
Many are the rules and regulations of our modem society. Many are the forms we fill in, and the levies made upon us in rates and taxes and other payments towards the upkeep of the State seem endless. This eveping the Britisher's causes for time-honoured grumbling will be fully considered, hut not necessarily agreed upon, by a distinguished railway official, a university lecturer in economics, and a woman speaker well versed in public affairs.
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