Dyfyniadau o waith
' Llawdden '
(Historic Speeches-' Llawdden ')
Yr oedd y Deon Howell (Llawdden) yn un o brif Areithwyr Cymru yn ei ddydd (1831-1903). Heno darllenir rhan o'i araith yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Bangor.
A West-Country link with The French Revolution presented as a Radio Play by Froom Tyler with Arthur Young in the part of Marat
Characters in the Prologue :
An old Man
Time: The Present
Principal Characters in the Play :
The Keeper of Newgate
Dr. Crispin Charlotte de Corday
The action takes place in Bristol, and also in Paris at the time of the French Revolution
The play is an historical conjacture based on fact
The character, Dr. Crispin, is entirely fictitious
The Play produced by Cyril Wood
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