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Hapur Iles: Episodes 1 and 2

T3/499/1.
Hapur and Iles :Episodes 1 and 2.
First broadcast: 7 September 1996 to 8 September 1996.
UID: Noted below.
Two typed scripts.
BBC television scripts for for the following episodes of Hapur and Iles by Dom Shaw:

Episode 1: 7 September 1996 - UID: NCFX428A;
Episode 2: 8 September 1996 - UID: NCFX429T.

Satellite City: Episodes 1 to 6

T3/499/2.
Satellite City: Episodes 1 to 6.
First broadcast: Manifest notes first broadcast to be between 4 October 1996 and 8 November 1996, however scripts have different daes associated with the final transmission script.
UID: Noted below.
Six typed scripts, some with handwritten annotations.
BBC television scripts for the following episodes of Satellite City by Jane Clack and Boyd Clack:

Episode 1 - Richard Stuckley: 16 September 1996 - UID: PEDD456E;
Episode 2 - Talking Machine Spike: 17 September 1996 - UID: PEDD457Y;
Episode 3 - Postman Pat: 20 September 1996 - UID: PEDD458S;
Episode 4 - English Stan: 20 September 1996 - UID: PEDD459L;
Episode 5 - Burma Vets and Video Nasty: 20 September 1996 - UID: PEDD460F;
Episode 6 - Sex and Rugby: 21 September 1996 - UID: PEDD461A.

Tiger Bay: Episodes 1 to 8

T3/499/3.
Tiger Bay: Episodes 1 to 8.
First broadcast: 21 July 1997 to 9 September 1997.
UID: Noted below if known.
Eight typed scripts.
BBC television script for the following episode of Tiger Bay by Rob Gattins:

Episode 1 - 21 July 1997- UID: NCFX519E;
Episode 2 - 28 July 1997 - UID: NCFX540F;
Episode 3 - 4 August 1996 - UID: NCFX541AT;
Episode 4 - 11 August 1996 - UID: NCFX542TE;
Episode 5 - 18 August 1996 - UID: Unknown;
Episode 6 - 26 August 1996 - UID: Unknown.
Episode 7 - 2 September 1997 - UID: Unknown;
Episode 8 - 9 September 1997 - UID: Unknown.

Humphreys of Bodelwyddan pedigree

Pedigree roll with achievement of Thomas Humphreys of Bodelwyddan, dated 24 July 1660, compiled by Griffith Hughes, containing sixty-three other fully painted coats of arms, all impaled.
The pedigree traces Humphreys's lineage, in both the male and female lines, back six generations to sixty-four ancestors; their names and additional information are individually enclosed in a frame design, four abreast, at various points throughout the pedigree. All other individuals have their names enclosed in circles. The pedigree is organised so that Humphreys's maternal ancestors occupy the upper half of the pedigree and his paternal ancestors the lower half. His siblings and wife are also recorded, without heraldry; however since Thomas Humphreys and Elizabeth Davies of Gwysaney were not married until August 1665 (see E. A. Ebblewhite, 'Flintshire Genealogical Notes', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 5th ser., 11 (1894), 297-307 (p. 298)) his wife at least must be a later addition. The achievement, which is not quartered, is placed in the lower right-hand corner. The pedigree is transcribed (with the arms blazoned) in Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard, 2 vols (London, 1868), I, pp. 185-190.

Hughes, Griffith, active 1630-1665

Book of Counsels,

  • NLW MS 4390D.
  • File
  • 1839.

The Pand-namah or Book of Counsels by Sa'di of Shiraz (full name Musharrif ul-Din Muslih ibn'Abd Ullah) (d. 1291). Written in Nasta'liq, lapsing in places, especially in the margins, into Shikastah. Two columns to a page divided into four oblong compartments of irregular size. Headpiece and four illustrations in gold and colours. Borders and spaces between the lines in gold. Headings in red.

Saʻdī

Layers in the Landscape Archive

  • GB 0210 LITL
  • Fonds
  • 2015-2020

Manuscript, typescript, printed and digital material created as part of the 'Layers in the Landscape' project, which applied the concept of interdisciplinary and non-hierarchical 'deep mapping' (as interpreted by Mike Pearson, Michael Shanks and Cliff McLucas) to the submerged landscape of Cardigan Bay, and in particular the submerged forest at Borth; the project was funded primarily by the Independent Social Research Foundation with support from University of Wales Trinity St David and private sponsors. The project's results were presented in the form of both academic work and multimedia public events, including the 'Layers in Lampeter' exhibition at UWTSD Lampeter, 2017-2022, the 'Penrolio' performance at UWTSD Lampeter, 2018, and the 'Borth's lost legends' exhibition and launch event at Borth Station Museum, 2017. The film material has been exhibited in a wide variety of venues in at least 14 countries around the world.

Kavanagh, Erin

A Commentary on the Qur'an

  • NLW MS 1208D
  • File
  • [16 cent.]

A copy of Husain bin 'Ali al Wa'iz al-Kashifi's Persian commentary on the Qur'an-Mawahib-i-'Aliyyah.

Husain bin 'Ali al Wa'iz al-Kashifi, 16 cent.

The Hundred Grammatical Regents

  • NLW MS 4389B
  • File
  • Late 18 cent.-early 19 cent.

Mi'at-'awamil' or Mi'at-'amil', an adaptation of Abubakr Jurjani's Arabic treatise on the hundred grammatical regents, in Persian verse, in the forms of a qasidah.

Textual content in traditional (non-digital) formats

Manuscript, typescript and traditional printed material relating to the Layers in the Landscape project, and in particular the theoretical side of the project including the geomythology of Cardigan Bay and the relationship between poetry and archaeology in the 'King of the Sea Trees' poem, as well as the 'Borth's lost legends' exhibition at Borth Station Museum.

Travel records

The series comprises pocket diaries, notebooks, loose index cards, correspondence, articles, printed information booklets and leaflets, maps, checklists and nature reserve management plans, relating to Condry's visits to Africa, Ireland, Jersey, Scotland, Spain and Switzerland, covering the topography, climate, plant and animal life, nature reserves and national parks of each country.

Letters from Lucy Penny

Twenty-one letters and two postcards, 1923-1945, to John Cowper Powys from his sister, Lucy Penny, mostly containing family news, including the death of Lucy's husband, Hounsell, in February 1945, Lucy's accounts of time spent in Kenya with her brother and sister-lin-law William (Willie) and Elizabeth Powys, and the marriage of Lucy's daughter Mary to Gerard Casey in November 1945. There are also a few references to and observations on wartime activities. A note in Mary Penny (later Casey)'s hand is written across the top of one letter dated 1923. Also included are one enclosed letter to Lucy Penny from her sister Philippa (Katie) Powys and one enclosed letter to Phyllis Playter from Lucy. Included as part of this correspondence and filed within an envelope are three undated letters to John Cowper Powys from Lucy which pre-date the death of Lucy's husband, Hounsell Penny, but which cannot be placed with any certainty within the chronology of the collection.

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 readers.

BBC Wales

1960-1998 Deposits

Scripts and copies of scripts, in Welsh and English, including: talks, 1937-1975; plays, 1937-1975; features, 1937-1975; talk features, 1938-1975; Awr y Plant (talks, stories, plays, features and miscellaneous, 1932-1974; schools,1935-1975; Good Morning Wales, 1970-1975; stories, 1970-1975; music, 1937-1975; religion, 1943-1975; sport, 1972-1975; the original series of BBC scripts at the National Library of Wales, 1935-1977; Wales Today, 1972-1998; Heddiw, 1971-1982; and Pobol y Cwm, 1991-1998.

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

BBC Wales

Archif Sgriptiau BBC Scripts Archive

  • GB 0210 BBC
  • Fonds
  • 1931-2010

Radio and television scripts, 1931-2010, that were broadcast or intended for broadcast by the BBC in Wales.
See 'Finding Aids' below for detals of how to view and order material from different parts of the archive.

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

BBC Wales

Appeals

R1/1172/1
Appeals.
First broadcast: 1976.
UID: Unknown.
Typed scripts, some drafts, and some with written annotations, broadcast 1976. Radio appeals from the charities: North Wales Women's Aid; The Protection for Rural Wales; Ceredigion Voluntary Society for After Care; Soldiers', Sailors', and Airmen' Families Association (SSAFA), Multiple Sclerosis Society Carmarthen Branch; Cardiff Committee Cancer Research Campaign; Welsh School, London; and Cardiff Prison Christmas Toy Fund. Also included is an announcement by Bryan Hughes, Chairman of the Welsh Appeals Advisory Committee.

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