'Travel Thrill' by H. NORTON MATTHEWS
' I make a forced landing on the Nile while suffering from appendicitis'
' the Advenchewers of Andy' (No. 5) by HEDLEY GOODALL
5.45 From Regional :
' Here and There '
A talk on World Affairs by STEPHEN KING-HALL
Every week-end hundreds of people leave the scene of their everyday work to explore the surrounding countryside. Here are some routes for those who are leaving Bournemouth this week-end described by A motorist
A cyclist and A walker
Rhys Davys - Williams
Cytneriadau Dafy ' Sion Emwnt Harri'r
Delyn Nansi Rhydderch
William Williams , Pantycelyn Dafydd Jones o Gaio Ffeirad y
Plwyf William Rhydderch Robin ynghyd a Dawnswyr, Cantorion, telynwyr a gwyr cerdd, ac amryw o leisiau eraill
Digwydd y ddrama yn ardal Crug-y-bar, yng ngwlad Myrddin, tua chanol y ddeunawfed ganrif
Y cyfarwyddo gan Dafydd Gruffydd
(' Crug-y-bar', a romantic play by Rhys Davys-Williams )
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