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Learn Welsh

Siân Davy

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Short and quick clips that help you learn Welsh step by step. I’ve been teaching Welsh for ten years and have created these podcasts to help you learn Welsh in the comfort of your own home. It is also a great tool that provides extra support for students when revising and practicing Welsh at home.
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Get all the latest news on Welsh rugby from the Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. With exclusive access to the Wales set-up, the Welsh Rugby Union Podcast covers the wide world of Welsh rugby from international level down to the very grass roots; and all points in between.
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Welcome to Angry little Welshman and friends, the fortnightly, seasonal podcast exploring mental health, male attitudes towards it and anger, and in particular how we can use that to make positive change, I call angergy. In each episode, I will share my own mental health journey, as well as being joined by a special guest to hear their experiences on these topics and how they may be using their Angergy.
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While Wales is known for its beauty, choirs and love of rugby, the valleys and hillside are also home to some of Britain’s most curious cases. From missing people to unsolved murders, and the myths of Welsh folklore, there are stories to be told in every corner of the land. Tending to be left out from the mainstream news and true crime industries, this podcast casts a sole spotlight on the murders and myths of Wales.
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Join Wales Online rugby writers Ben James and Steffan Thomas for the latest news, analysis and interviews from the world of Welsh rugby. With plenty of guests making an appearance, it'll be the podcast with its finger truly on the pulse of the game in Wales.
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Attacking Scrum - Wales Rugby Podcast for Welsh Rugby fans

Attacking Scrum - Wales Rugby Podcast for Welsh Rugby fans

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Dive into the vibrant world of Welsh rugby with The Attacking Scrum podcast, where the passion of Welsh fans comes to life. Experience the excitement of Welsh rugby matches, including the intense battles of the Six Nations, the thrill of the Autumn Internationals, the global spectacle of the Rugby World Cup, the pride of the British and Irish Lions tour, and the fierce competition of the United Rugby Championship. At The Attacking Scrum, we celebrate the spirit of Wales rugby, covering every ...
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This podcast aims to give you the latest news from London Welsh RFC with interviews from the coaches, former and current players; and some of the officials from the club. During the season we will have match previews, plus all the post match reactions from both sides, as well as contributions from all playing sections of the club. Come on you Welsh. Hosted by Gareth Vaughan Jones
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Enter a world of sacred lakes, enchanting folklore, and magical traditions. This is the Welsh Witch Podcast! Hosted by Mhara Starling, a Welsh folk Witch who grew up in North Wales. Each episode will delve into the spirits, lore, and magic of her native Wales. With fabulous guests, and episodes exploring folklore and magic, this podcast is perfect for anyone with an interest in Celtic Paganism, or Welsh Witchcraft.
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Using scenarios from everyday professional life, leadership coach and author Sherry Welsh shares how coaching can help you slow down, gain new perspectives, and begin to see your own power to take ownership of your choices, career, and personal life.
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London Welsh Podcast

Dafydd and Byron

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Two Welsh gentlemen who find themselves in London. Come and join them as they take a wonder around this great city. Described by Byron as, ‘chats, chortle and chance encounters!’ Dafydd felt that he was unable to comment at this time...
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Author Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting), director Rob Heydon and actor Adam Sinclair discuss their new film at the Apple Store Buchanan Street in Glasgow. Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy is a twisted tale of a chemical romance, based on the controversial book by Irvine Welsh which was a number one bestseller in over 20 countries. Moderated by Eddie Harrison.
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New York Welsh

Cymry Efrog Newydd

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A window into the lives and achievements of Welsh people in New York. Hosted by Gideon Jensen and Richard Swain, each episode features a different guest and their unique story. Often funny, sometimes sad, but always honest and inspirational. // Mewnwelediad i fywydau a chyflawniadau y Cymry yn Efrog Newydd. Wedi ei chyflwyno gan Gideon Jensen a Richard Swain, mae pob pennod yn taro sylw ar westeion gwahanol a’u hanes unigryw. Yn aml yn ddoniol, weithiau’n drist, ond bob amser yn onest ac yn ...
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The Welsh are a varied and interesting people, with a unique culture steeped in numerous ancient traditions and a language that goes back over 4000 years. Not that you’d know this, based how they’re usually represented in the mainstream. The podcast is about, and called, Smart Welsh People just to show that such people do exist, and have much to offer. Neuroscientist, best selling author and Welsh person Dr Dean Burnett sits down with other Welsh people to talk about what they know, what the ...
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Imagine waiting all season for a weekend where 3 out of the 4 regions win and picking that weekend to start discussing dropping a region again! The rumour mill is in full swing this week as the boys review a weekend of decent performances and encouraging signs - even Jamie see's signs of hope in the Dragons midfield - and then there is the predicti…
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This is a recording of Building from the Bottom: Delivering wellbeing and resilience through community ownership held by the Institute of Welsh Affairs in partnership with Bangor University. Despite our best efforts, we apologise that part of the recording is unintelligible due to equipment issues on the day. A transcript of the episode is availabl…
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In this episode I talk about my own family history and how DNA research can help but not be considered a cure all for gaps in our history. Welsh History Podcast is a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Get some Welsh History Podcast Merch at teepublic.com/stores/welsh-history-podcas…
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Now, it's not often that you can say that there has been too much news in Welsh politics, but this week there has been.Ongoing concerns about the financial donations to the First Minister's leadership campaign, leaks hinting at deletion of messages, his sudden sacking of a member of the Welsh Government, their replacement being appointed, the end o…
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We take a deep dive into the world of women’s rugby, in Wales and worldwide, in this weeks Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We speak to World Rugby Head of Women’s Programmes Atlanta St John, World Rugby Head of Women’s High Performance Nicky Ponsford, as well as WRU Chief Executive Abi Tierney and some of the winners from Women’s Finals Day at the Princ…
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Tell us what you think of this episode We talk to Ossie Wheatley of Cambridge University, Warwickshire and Glamorgan. He won a Blue for cricket at Cambridge University in 1957 and in 1958 when he amassed a record 80 wickets for the University. After coming down he had a brief but succesful career with Warwickshire for whom he took 110 wickets in 19…
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The regions suffered another collective whitewash. Will the new signings for next season offer hope? Should Portugal have hosted the Champions Cup semi finals? And well done to Llandovery on winning the Premiership play off. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesעל ידי Attacking Scrum - Wales Rugby Podcast for Welsh Rugby fans
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On the 15th of February 2003, Louise and her baby daughter Tia were murdered at the hands of Louise's partner. This episode tells Louise's story and considers whether 23-years is a fair sentence. I want to offer a word of caution before you get into the episode, because this case is horrific. It’s containing domestic abuse, drug abuse, potential SA…
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You will no doubt have heard that there was a nationwide election in Wales recently for us to elect our Police and Crime Commissioners for our four police forces. If you don't know who they are or what they do, you are not alone. Over 80% of registered voters declined to express a preference so, not for the first time, people are asking about the v…
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James is back from his baby time but would have been forgiven for needing another week or so to recover! The boys discuss a bucket load of news, nicknames, getting stuffed and the prospect of going through it again this weekend. On a positive note, we won't another weekend this season where all four teams lose! Learn more about your ad choices. Vis…
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TRIGGER WARNING - This podcast covers sensitive topics, has lots of swearing and has real emotions, there are links at the bottom if you need support. NEW PODCAST SERIES! So i am doing a new short set of series, Mental Health AND... exploring different topics and how it impacts our mental health and how it, affects us. This is Series 1, episode 1, …
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Tell us what you think of this episode In this week's episode we meet with four stalwarts of Christchurch Cricket Club who take us through their involvement with the club, the players that they remember from its past and the battles that they face in keeping the club going in this, its 100th year of existence. For this interested in the club you ca…
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A special on the Indigo Premiership Final – and what we can expect next season at this level – in the Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. To check in with Llandovery and Newport ahead of the final this weekend, we speak to Llandovery coach Euros Evans and Newport outside half Matt O’Brien. Plus we hear from Llandovery centre pairing, Wales U20’s Macs Page a…
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With opinion still divided about what the upsides of Brexit have been (if any), one thing is clearly the case, Wales and the other British countries are all having to review, rebuild, and re-imagine links with EU countries and the rest of the world.One EU network where Wales not only participated in greatly but also had a founding link to its creat…
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In the 1830s the class structure in Wales was being questioned by many who benefited least from it. The Working poor. Welsh History Podcast is a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Get some Welsh History Podcast Merch at teepublic.com/stores/welsh-history-podcast Celtic Impulse Kevi…
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'Assembly' elections may well be a thing of the past in Wales, but they're front and centre of daily life in the UK's capital city this week. The London Assembly itself struggles to gain the same level of visibility as its Mayor so we're using the opportunity to shine a light on one of the biggest electoral events in the UK and find out more about …
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Another weekend without any wins for the Welsh regions but it wasn't all bad. Elsewhere we run the rule over the new players joining the sides next season. And take a look at some of the Welsh talent playing their rugby outside Wales. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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The boys are joined by Iestyn from the Ospreys Eyrie and Pod Rygbi Cymru to discuss the weekends performances and lack of them. Drink of the week takes on a colourful outlook with some interesting flavours, before the boys take on the difficult task of discussing the rugby! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Tell us what you think of this episode This is the first of two episodes celebrating Christchurch Cricket Clun and their centenary year. In this first episode we hear from local historian of Ferndale and District, Alun Clement who sets the scene for a discussion with current players and administrators of the club which will come next week. Alun ver…
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We clearly have issues in our construction industry in Wales. There are horror stories of all kinds across the country with regards to the quality, location, and design of new homes and other buildings. The regulatory landscape is mixed with enforcement regimes largely soft-touch and increasingly stretched local and national government budgets in W…
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It’s a huge weekend for women’s rugby in Wales on this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Wales Women are expecting a record crowd at the Principality Stadium as they face Italy to kick off the final Road to the Principality Day. We hear from Ioan Cunningham, Hannah Jones, Lleucu George and Georgia Evans.…
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Tell us what you think of this episode Neil begins by outlining the story of the stuffed sparrow that is one of the more unusual items in the MCC Museum and one that has a link to Glamorgan as the ball that was bowled immediately before the sparrow was discovered was bowled by Jahangir Khan, father of Majid Khan, Glamorgan’s first overseas player. …
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Plenty of drama this weekend as the Ospreys get a huge bonus point win in Cape Town. Plus Cardiff are denied by the TMO in a thriller in Belfast. More woes for the Scarlets and Dragons. Plus, what the Autumn Internationals will look like. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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The boys are joined by guest presenter Josh Lawrence to discuss the Ospreys win in South Africa as well as the retirement of Ken 'The Sheriff' Owens - Harley does everything he can to stick to his rule of 'Not blaming the ref' while Jamie can see bits of positivity in all four Welsh regions, just not enough for a win in too many cases. Lee G on the…
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In this episode, Mag’s discusses the legend of the Welsh Atlantis. Where you can find us? For more information on the podcast and the hosts, make sure you check out this link. Follow us on Instagram - @welshmysteries, as well as via our individual profiles ( @kaycpage and @mags.cross). Follow Kay on Twitter - @kaycpage. Work with us? If you have a …
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With the loss of Henry, Hester finds new love and a new life returning to her native land to build a new life for herself while railing against the French republic. Welsh History Podcast is a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Get some Welsh History Podcast Merch at teepublic.com/s…
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In politics, as in all aspects of 21st century life in Wales, social media continues to play an ever-growing role, for good or ill.It has undeniable positive benefits such as tackling loneliness, allowing people and ideas to communicate and connect across the planet, and providing a platform for individuals and groups to platform issues or causes t…
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Tell us what you think of this episode In this week's episode we meet the Head of Heritage and Collections at the MCC, Neil Robinson. We begin by talking about how, where and when Neil began his affiliation with the game of cricket. Specifically, it was the 1981 Ashes and Bob Willis' phenomenal last day performance in the Headingley Test. Yorkshire…
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On the 1st of February 1996, talented lyricist and songwriter, Richey Edwards vanished. Since then sightings of him have been reported around the world but what likely happened to the missing Manic Street Preacher? Where you can find us? For more information on the podcast and the hosts, make sure you check out this link. Follow us on Instagram - @…
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We look back at the week in Welsh rugby as the Ospreys miss out on a European semi-final. We also see what can be learnt from the other European results and the news that a World Club Cup is in the offing. Plus transfer news from around the regions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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The full team is back to discuss the Ospreys journey deep into Europe - well Gloucester at least. James gives us the run down of his day out and how it may affect the rest of the season. The boys look ahead to the return to normal rugby this weekend with the return of the URC and give their predictions accordingly as well as taking a look at each t…
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In our first of our monthly free form discussion we talk about how I source and research and how the AI creates concerns. Welsh History Podcast is a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Get some Welsh History Podcast Merch at teepublic.com/stores/welsh-history-podcast Celtic Impulse …
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Wales has a rubbish problem - a big one. We have issues throughout the country with litter, fly-tipping, and pollution and social media is awash with stories of local environment being spoiled or ruined by wilful or careless decisions to make it worse for citizens and nature.So what can be done? Is legislation the answer, are voluntary groups the k…
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Wales Women head to Ireland and we hear from behind the scenes at the Road to the Principality, in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from coach Ioan Cunningham, captain Hannah Jones, scrum half Keira Bevan, second row Abbie Fleming, and back rower Bethan Lewis. We also hear much more about the Road to the Principality.…
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Tell us what you think of this episode Anna Harris has only been an umpire for 9 years but she has had a meteoric rise through the ranks to become an international umpire on the women's circuit and operating at just under first class level in the men's game. We begin by talking about Anna's early life in High Wycombe and Brighton and how she starte…
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Ged looks at the big news stories from Welsh rugby as the Ospreys defeat Sale to make it into the QF of Europe. Elsewhere there's a whole host of transfer news. TNT Sports are now set to show Wales' autumn international games and we take a look at Brian Moore's suggestion of removing tactical subs from rugby. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
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Jamie, James and Harley are joined by Huw Griffin (aka CatBoy) to round up the latest news and look back on Ospreys finally winning a European knockout game! Plus we also chat Wales women and look ahead to the Ospreys trip to Kingsholm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Hester was now married and soon came children and strife in a period where the struggling family would grow into the premier place for the growing literary lights of London in the late 18th century. Welsh History Podcast is a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Get some Welsh Histor…
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The Mari Lwyd is a symbol of Welsh mythology and it's a tradition that is now recognised around the world. In this episode, Mags discusses the Mari Lwyd, what we know about it's origin and how the tradition continues today. Corresponding blog post - Where you can find us? For more information on the podcast and the hosts, make sure you check out th…
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