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(Owain Glyndwr) Patriot, Poet, and Warrior
Written and arranged by E.R. Appleton (Goleuni'r Bannau).
Scenes:
1. Near Trevgarn in the year 1369
2. Within Glyndwr's beautiful home at Sycherth, twenty years later
3. The year 1400, within the old fortress of Ederyn Edyrnion, near Corwon
4. A room in the hall of Glyndwr Mortimer
5. Falstaff and his company on the road to Shrewsbury
6. A Battle Scene - 1403
7. 1416. An old Welsh cottage on a hillside

Contributors

Writer/Arranged by:
E. R. Appleton

(Continued)
Relayed to Daventry 5XX (9.20-10.30)
Relayed to London (9.30-10.0)
Toasts:
'Em Gwestai' (Our Guest)
Proposed by the President, Mr. Gwilym Hughes
Responded to by the Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George, M.P.
'Wales Today and Tomorrow'
Proposed by the Lord Mayor of Cardiff
Responded to by Mr. John Rowland, C.B.
Music by the Herbert Ware Orchestra
Jennie Ellis (Soprano), Glyn Hopkins (Tenor)
Gwladys Williams will sing 'Penillion', accompanied by Glyn Davies on the Harp
Elsie Thomas (Tolynores Tawe)

Contributors

Speaker ('Em Gwestai' (Our Guest)):
Gwilym Hughes
Speaker ('Em Gwestai' (Our Guest)):
The Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George
Speaker (Wales Today and Tomorrow):
The Lord Mayor of Cardiff [William Richard Williams]
Speaker (Wales Today and Tomorrow):
John Rowland
Musicians:
The Herbert Ware Orchestra
Soprano:
Jennie Ellis
Tenor:
Glyn Hopkins
Singer:
Gwladys Williams
Harpist:
Glyn Davies
Performer:
Elsie Thomas

5WA Cardiff

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