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People on the Way: Preparing for Easter

People on the Way: Preparing for Easter.
First broadcast: 28 February 1993.
Typed script.
BBC television camera script for People on the Way: Preparing for Easter.

Plant Mari

Plant Mari.
Darlledwyd yn gyntaf: 15 Ebrill 1997.
Sgript wedi'i deipio.
Sgript teledu BBC ar gyfer Plant Mari.


Llythyrau, 1934-1982. Mae'r mwyafrif ohonynt yn llythyrau a anfonodd o'r Unol Daleithiau at ei rieni yn disgrifio'i fywyd yno a nifer o gardiau post hefyd. Ceir llythyr oddi wrth Nigel Heseltine.

Heseltine, Nigel

Letters to George Ewart Evans

  • NLW MS 23998D.
  • File
  • 1957-1958

Twenty-two letters, 1957-1958, to George Ewart Evans as editor of the revised edition of Welsh Short Stories (London, 1959), from authors or their representatives, relating to prospective stories for the volume.
The authors include Glyn Daniel, 10 July 1957, [1957x1958] (ff. 1-2), Rhys Davies, May-July 1957 (ff. 4-5), Islwyn Ffowc Elis, May-June 1957 (ff. 6-7), Nigel Heseltine, 11 April 1958 (f. 8), Emyr Humphreys, 13 January 1958 (f. 10), Glyn [Jones], 3 January 1958 (ff. 11-12), Gwyn Jones, May-July 1957 (ff. 13-14), Roland Mathias, 1 July 1957 (f. 16), Idris Parry, 18 May 1957 (f. 18), Alun Richards, 19 January 1958 (f. 19), and Aled Vaughan, 11 June [?1958] (f. 22). There are also letters from David Higham, 9 July 1958, representing Margiad Evans (f. 9), Gweno Lewis, [1957x1958], widow of Alun Lewis (f. 15), and Paul Scott, March-April 1958, representing Cledwyn Hughes (ff. 20-21).

Evans, George Ewart

Dylan Thomas letter to Keidrych Rhys

A letter, 5 August [1939], from Dylan Thomas, at 'The Literary Village' [i.e. Laugharne], to Keidrych Rhys, editor of the literary periodical Wales. The writer is critical of the latest issue (Wales, 1.8/9 (August 1939)), and in particular of a story by S. G. Leonard, 'A labour of love' (pp. 235-238).
There are also references to Nigel Heseltine, Lynette Roberts and Glyn Jones. The letter is apparently unpublished.

Thomas, Dylan, 1914-1953

Correspondence : H,

Includes letters from James Hanley (50), E. Howard Harris (4), John Harris (16), Peter Hellings, Jean Henderson (3), Rayner Heppenstall (30), Joyce Herbert (2), Robert Herring (12), Nigel Heseltine, Désirée Hirst (7), Cyril Hodges (14), Jeremy Hooker (6), Richard Hughes (2), Belinda Humfrey (11), and Emyr Humphreys (11).

Humphreys, Emyr

'Wales' Papers,

Some one hundred and thirty letters, 1936-1938, to William Ronald Rees Jones (Keidrych Rhys) from over forty contributors and supporters, mostly covering issues 1-3 of 'Wales'. Some of the most notable correspondents are Roy Campbell (1), Idris Davies (6), Rhys Davies (6), Caradoc Evans (3), George Ewart Evans (5), Margiad Evans (3), Ll. Wyn Griffith (2), Nigel Heseltine (8), Richard Hughes (1), Augustus John (1), Glyn Jones (20), John Lehmann (1), Cedric Morris (2), Mervyn Peake (1), A. G. Prys-Jones (1), Goronwy Rees (2), Ernest Rhys (1), Dylan Thomas (10) and Vernon Watkins (7). Many of the letters are accompanied by manuscript and typescript drafts of poetry and prose, mostly published in 'Wales' nos 1 - 3 (1937). Also included are a few notes and press cuttings compiled by Keidrych Rhys.

Letters to Eirene White

The file contains letters fully reflecting Lady White's busy public life, both in the House of Lords and in a host of committees and functions. Some relate to Welsh affairs and events. A number of letters derive from the celebrations to mark the centenary in January 1980 of the founding of Somerville College, Oxford. The correspondents include James Callaghan, 1980, Fred Dainton, 1980, Jennie Eirian Davies, 1980, Nicholas Edwards MP, 1980, Michael Heseltine, 1981, Sir Julian Hodge (2), 1981, Emyr Jenkins, 1981, Professor Lily Newton (2), 1980-1981, Gordon, Lord Parry, 1980, Wyn Roberts, 1981, Sir Melville Rosser (2), 1980-1981, and Emlyn Williams (2), 1980.

Callaghan, James, 1912-2005

Additions to Pennant's Outlines of the Globe

Thomas Pennant's copy of his Outlines of the Globe. The View of Hindoostan. Vol. II. Eastern Hindoostan (London, 1798), containing original water-colours and hand-coloured and pen-and-ink drawings, and extra illustrations not contained in the published work. Included are two drawings by Thomas Pennant, the original water-colour headpiece by William Angus, and water-colours by Thomas Pennant and Moses Griffith, Junior. Plates, drawings and engravings found loose inside the volume have been tipped in between the relevant pages. Other items loose inside (26 ff.) relating to the work include notes by Thomas Pennant; and eight letters to Thomas Pennant, 1798, including a letter from the Royal Society thanking him for their copy of his work, and letters from Thomas Daniell (1), John Douglas, bishop of Salisbury (3) and Patrick Russell (1).

Thomas Pennant and others.

Papers relating to the book Beyond belief: a chronicle of murder and its detection (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1967), including typescript ...,

Papers relating to the book Beyond belief: a chronicle of murder and its detection (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1967), including typescript drafts with manuscript revision, 1966-7 (L3/1-3); a bound file of Emlyn Williams's preliminary notes (L3/4); correspondence and papers, 1966-72 (L3/5); research material, 1966-9 (L3/6); Emlyn Williams's notebooks, c.1966 (L3/7-9); draft screen plays, 1968-9 (L3/10-12) and completed screen play, 1979 (L13); film script 1985 (L3/14); and reviews (L3/15-16).

Cofnodion Ymgyrch Senedd i Gymru / Parliament for Wales Campaign Records,

  • GB 0210 PARWAL
  • Fonds
  • 1988-2000 /

Parliament for Wales Campaign records, 1988-2000, including minutes, accounts, correspondence, and files relating to membership, branches, policy, activities and publications.

A further consignment of papers were recived comprising correspondence, minutes of meetings and financial papers. This group remains uncatalogued.

Osmond, John

Sgriptiau BBC Scripts (Adneuon 1960-1997 Deposits)

Sgriptiau a chopïau o sgriptiau, yn Gymraeg a Saesneg yn cynnwys sgyrsiau, 1937-1975; dramâu, 1937-1975; rhaglenni nodwedd, 1937-1975; sgyrsiau nodwedd, 1938-1975; Awr y Plant (sgyrsiau; storiâu, dramâu a rhaglenni nodwedd; ac amrywiol), 1932-1974; ysgolion,1935-1975; Good Morning Wales, 1970-1975; storiâu, 1970-1975; cerddoriaeth,1937-1975; crefydd,1943-1975; rhaglenni chwaraeon,1972-1975; cyfres wreiddiol o sgriptiau y BBC yn Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, 1935-1977; Wales Today, 1972-1993; a Heddiw, 1973-1982./Scripts and copies of scripts, in Welsh and English comprising talks, 1937-1975; plays, 1937-1975; features, 1937-1975; talks features, 1938-1975; Children's Hour (talks; stories; plays and features; and miscellaneous), 1932-1974; schools, 1935-1975; Good Morning Wales, 1970-1975; stories, 1970-1975; music, 1937-1975; religion, 1943-1975; sports programmes, 1972-1975; original series of BBC scripts at the National Library of Wales, 1935-1977; Wales Today, 1972-1993; and Heddiw, 1973-1982.

BBC Wales

Sgriptiau BBC Scripts (Rhodd 2019 Donation)

Scripts, 1931-2010, of BBC radio and television programmes that were broadcast - or intended to be broadcast - in Wales. The scripts cover a wide range of subjects including news, drama, light entertainment, music, sport, religion, education and children's programmes.

Some of the scripts contain language and ideas that could cause offence to modern readers.

BBC Wales

Letters to J. M. Traherne, &c.,

Letters, 1836-1856, to John Montgomery Traherne from John Webb (Cardiff and Tretire), C. G. Young (College of Arms), R. Reece (Cardiff), Catherine Jones (Bath), W. J. Rees (Cascob), Samuel Fenton (Fishguard), Edward V. Ulverson (Cowbridge), D. Jones Lewis (Gilfach) John Jones ('Tegid'), Charlotte E. Guest, J. Johnson (Cowbridge), Joseph Hunter (London), George Grant Francis (Swansea), L. W. Dillwyn (Swansea), C. K. Kemeys Tynte ( Halswell), J. Davies (Reynoldston), Viscount Adare, H. T. Talbot, Richard Watson (bishop of Llandaff), Daniel Rock (London), Evan Evans (Caerphilly), William Rees (Llandovery), W. Powell (Abergavenny), Richard Whately (Dublin), E. W. Richards (St. Andrews Rectory, Dinas Powis), George Lisle (St. Fagans), Charles Hamilton Smith (Plymouth), James H. Todd (Dublin), J. E. Richard (Pyle), W. H. Swytley (Cardiff), W. H. Smyth, John W. Nicholl, Henry, seventh duke of Beaufort, J. Forshals (British Museum), D. Griffiths (Llanilid), C. E. Long (London), Evan Morgan (Llantwit Major), T. G. Ragland (Cambridge), Philip Tollemache (Bramham Biggin), V. G. Huber, Robert Oliver Jones (Fonmon Castle), W. C. Trevelyan (Nettlecombe, Taunton ), H. Douglas (Durham), E. Davis Protheroe, W. D. Conybeare (dean of Llandaff), D. Jeffreys (Neath), Edward Price (Gelligaer), J. M. Derick ( London), Frank Howard (London), William Bromet, C. H. Hartshorne, Alfred Ollivant (bishop of Llandaff), William Floyd (Cardiff and London), E. Melville (St. Davids), C. R. M. Talbot (Margam), Robert Valentine Leach (Briton Ferry), Lady Bute (Mountstuart), E. H. Tracy (British Embassy, Vienna), etc.; to Chancellor [W. Bruce] Knight from David Jeffreys; and to John Johnes, Dolau Cothi, from D. Jones Lewis, Gilfach.

The Richards and Edwards families of Cardiff and Llandaff : Genealogical notes

  • NLW MS 16921E.
  • File
  • [1823x1860]

Family trees and genealogical notes and extracts relating to the Richards family of Cardiff and the Edwards family of Llandaff House (ff. 1-14 verso); historical notes relating to Wales and the Marches (ff. 15-26 verso); a licence, dated 1 December 1823 and signed by George IV and [Sir] Charles George Young, granting Thomas William Richards the right to adopt the surname of Edwards and to bear the arms of that family (f. 27); notes relating to the murder of William Powell of Glanareth, Carmarthenshire in 1770 (ff. 28-30); letters to Thomas William Edwards from Francis E. Stacey, 1848, ?vicar of Cardiff, and from Thomas [?John] Powell, rector of Llanhamlach, 1857, both relating to genealogical matters (ff. 31-34); and an extract from the pedigree of George Rice Rice-Trevor, 4th baron Dynevor (f. 35).


  • NLW MS 22333B.
  • File
  • 1776-1814.

A volume of verse, 1776-1814, by various authors, connected with the family and friends of the Rev. Henry Thomas Payne (1759-1832), archdeacon of Carmarthen, including several compositions relating to the marriage of Maria Payne to the Hon. John Hyde and their departure for India (ff. 14 verso-15 verso).
The authors include Sir William Jones (f. 4 verso), Henry Mackenzie (ff. 10-12), Anna Snelling (ff. 14 verso-15 verso), Thomas Lyttelton, Baron Lyttelton (ff. 17 verso-18), Robert Jephson (f. 31 verso), Edward Young (f. 32), Peter Pindar (f. 40 verso), Charlotte Finch, Countess of Winchilsea (f. 41), Anne Ingram, Viscountess Irvine (ff. 49 verso-50), Thomas Powys (ff. 56 verso-57 verso), and the Rev. Thomas Payne (ff. 59 verso-60). The verses include riddles and charades (ff. 33, 35 verso, 38 recto-verso) and epitaphs (ff. 46 verso-47, 54).

Letters: Vaughan- Zimmern,

The correspondents include: Herbert M. Vaughan (10), 1914-1925, T. J. Waddingham, Plas Hafod (2), 1922, Morgan Watkin (10), 1915-1925, Percy E. Watkins, 1916, Charles Webster (9), 1922-1926, Dame Olive Wheeler (2), 1925 and undated, and Professor A. E. Zimmern (7), 1919-1920 and undated.

Vaughan, Herbert M. (Herbert Millingchamp), 1870-1948

Letters to Thomas Jones

The file consists of miscellaneous, unrelated letters, 1908-1955, addressed to Dr Thomas Jones on a very wide range of subjects and issues. Many discuss political, public and educational life in Britain. Several discuss the world of publishing. The file includes letters from Clement Attlee, 1950, Lord (David) Davies, Llandinam, 1920, Huw T. Edwards, undated, H. J. Fleure, 1955, James Griffiths, 1955, D. Dilwyn John, 1955, Major Edgar Jones, 1951, Professor Lily Newton, 1955, Sir Thomas Parry, 1955, Lord Sankey, 1934, A. J. Sylvester, 1955, Sir Ben Bowen Thomas, 1939, David Thomas, Bangor, 1955, Gildas Tibbott, 1955, Sir Wyn Wheldon (3), 1955, and Sir Alfred Zimmern, 1926.

Attlee, C. R. (Clement Richard), 1883-1967

Lord Thomas of Gwydir Papers

  • GB 0210 THOWYDIR
  • Fonds
  • 1938-2007

Peter Thomas, Lord Thomas of Gwydir (1920-2008), was the first Conservative Secretary of State for Wales (1970-1974) and the first Welshman to become Chairman of the Conservative Party (1970-1972). Born in Llanrwst, where his father was a solicitor, he read Law at Jesus College, Oxford. After the war, where he served in the RAF and spent four years as a prisoner of war, he continued with his studies and became a barrister, and was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple in 1947; took Silk in 1965. He was elected as the Member of Parliament for Conway between 1951 and 1966 and for Hendon South between 1970 and 1987. After retiring from the House of Commons at the 1987 General Election, The Right Honourable Peter John Mitchell Thomas, QC, was created Baron Thomas of Gwydir, of Llanrwst in the County of Gwynedd.

Thomas, Peter, 1920-

Papurau unigolion ac amrywiol

U 1-7: Papurau, c.1940au-90au, o eiddo Nans Jones, 7 Melrose Avenue, Pen-y-lan, Caerdydd, aelod teryngar o Blaid Cymru ac, am gyfnod maith, cyfrifydd a threfnydd Adran Merched y Blaid. Trosglwyddwyd nifer o luniau i Adran y Darlunau a'r Mapiau [199800411]. (Adnau C1998/15).

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