The shutting down of Welsh industry; the ripping apart of communities with no plans to rebuild them – that was bad. But it’s 30 years… Read More »Striking Miners, Dragons and Floating Castles
You have to admire the jaunty way the idea of drowning a north Wales village was first broached by the London establishment. This is a… Read More »Raising a Glass to Dead Taffy Flavoured Water
This is Carwyn Ellis from Colorama doing a version of Pan Ddaw’r Nos (When Night Falls) with Parisian African group Debademba. Sounds so good –… Read More »Carwyn Ellis & Debademba – Pan Ddaw’r Nos
Each week, Radio Wales devotes around 15 hours of airtime to middle-aged men chuntering on about sport – mostly the English Premier League. Nothing else… Read More »Dic Mortimer: The Elephant in Welsh Footy Room
[x_video_embed type=”16:9″ no_container=”true”][/x_video_embed] Plant Duw with a superbly un-Christmassy version of a Christmas song. You can follow them on Twitter or Soundcloud.
[x_image type=”rounded” float=”none” src=”http://www.welshnot.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Vadim-Mahorov-photographe.jpg” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”] First, you’ll meet up in a cabin in a remote part of Wales. There’ll be about ten of… Read More »They Have Ways of Making You Talk…Welsh
This is Welsh folk historian and singer Meredydd Evans talking about language and culture. He talks about how identity is something that needs to be… Read More »Meredydd Evans: The Man Don’t Give a Folk