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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
 
Reaching out to the hearts and minds of the people, the Welsh Yogi Podcast is a laid-back look into the spiritual world; a mind-blowing yet mellow adventure into an atmosphere where self-realization becomes easy, where even the most ordinary person can uncover the most profound truths of the universe and beyond.
 
The Attacking Scrum is the podcast for Welsh Rugby fans. From 6 Nations to Autumn Internationals, we give you the best reaction, opinion and banter. Every week we cover Wales rugby team, Ospreys, Scarlets, Cardiff Blues and Dragons plus all the latest welsh rugby results. If you're looking for rugby chat about Wales online, make sure you listen to The Attacking Scrum.
 
Originally an article in the US Edition of the London Quarterly Review, George Borrow offers a sweeping history of Welsh literature, beginning with the legendary origin of the Welsh people, then their major bards and poets, and then their works of prose. Many examples are offered. - Summary by Eric W. Metzler
 
Are you interested in learning more about one of Europe's oldest languages? Or would you simply like to brush up on your Welsh? Then look no further. This collection of audio material features a variety of speakers, talking about their interests, holidays, opinions, likes and dislikes. A short historical account can also be found here. There is even a conversation between two people from Patagonia who speak Welsh as their first language. We also look at greetings as well as past and future e ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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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After the fun and games of the British and Irish Lions squad announcement, it's back to the Pro 14 Rainbow Cup. But don't let that put you off. Ged has installed a new microphone to talk with Dan and Murph, it's a shame he doesn't know how to use it. Apologies for the rustling sound in the second half. This was lots of fun as we look at Glenn Delan…
 
Following the truly extraordinary 2021 Senedd election Labour have found themselves unexpectedly able to govern alone, the Conservatives have failed to replicate their success in England, Plaid Cymru have lost their taliswoman in the valleys, and the Lib Dems have dodged what appeared to be political extinction.We take a look at the results and wha…
 
S'mae... Dych chi'n gwrando ar Pigion - podlediad wythnosol Radio Cymru i'r rhai sy'n dysgu ac sydd wedi dysgu Cymraeg. Tomos Morse dw i, ac i ddechrau'r wythnos yma … BORE COTHI Ar Bore Cothi cafodd Shan sgwrs gyda Menna Michoudis (YNGANIAD – MICH-W-DIS) sydd yn dod o Bontuchaf ger Rhuthun yn wreiddol ond sydd yn byw ar Ynys Skiathos yng Ngwlad Gr…
 
Ben James is joined by Alex Spink and Megan Wellens of the Daily Mirror, Michael Scully of the Irish Mirror and Gordon Parks of the Daily Record to react to the announcement of Warren Gatland's 37-man British and Irish Lions squad to tour South Africa this summerעל ידי Reach Podcasts
 
In this episode, Lyn Jones takes us through his decision to come to London Welsh and those magical two seasons' the club had winning the Championship in 2012 and playing in the Premiership the following season. We get to understand what was required to be successful in the Championship and the key matches in his first season in charge. The success …
 
Today we look at the powerful men that participated in the War of the Roses and their influence in Wales. You can find everything we do at DistractionsMedia.com You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Music: Celtic Impulse - Celtic by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org…
 
We talk to Lucy Squire, head of music and sound at University of South Wales, who also ran the legendary Cardiff record shop and label, Catapult.Lucy talks about growing up in England, moving to Wales, setting up Catapult before moving into education.Featuring new music from Adwaith, who recently covered Super Furry Animals' Demons for Corona Logic…
 
In December, Professor Gerry Holtham stepped down as an IWA Trustee after nearly twenty years and in this event one of the evergreens of Welsh public life seeks to balance the inter-generational books. Wales has the highest median age in the UK and in 20 years 1 in 4 of the population will be over 65. This figure reflects the fact that educated, yo…
 
Well, who saw that coming? Warren Gatland has named his squad for the British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa. It's safe to say that no one predicted this squad. Will the boys be able to get over Josh Navidi missing out? Do they think it's a good squad? Who would make the test team if it was played tomorrow? See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
In our final podcast before the Senedd election results are known, we speak to the directors of leading public affairs agency Deryn, Cathy Owens and Nerys Evans. We discuss the campaigns and the strategies behind them, the performance of the leaders and, yes, potential for parties to work together for stable government after the election. You can f…
 
Our guest this week is former Director of Rugby, Lyn Jones. In this episode we get to hear about Lyn's journey in rugby up until his time with London Welsh. Where did he develop his love of the game and then playing for Neath in the 80's with Brian Thomas as Head Coach. We chat about his move to Llanelli, the trophies he won and getting capped by W…
 
Gatland is set to name his squad for the British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa. So Ged, Dan and Murph make their predictions on the biggest positions. Who will be the highest profile casualty? Will Sexton miss out? Who will be the scrum halves, especially now Ben Youngs has ruled himself out. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
In the last of our deep dives into the policy challenges facing the new Welsh Government after May's election we take a look at the big beast of the portfolios - health. Responsible for half of the Welsh budget and facing the unenviable task of rebuilding day-to-day services after the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it will surely dominate much of…
 
S'mae... Dych chi'n gwrando ar Pigion - podlediad wythnosol Radio Cymru i'r rhai sy'n dysgu ac sydd wedi dysgu Cymraeg. Tomos Morse dw i, ac i ddechrau'r wythnos yma … BORE COTHI Oes gyda chi hoff arogl? Arogl blodau gwyllt falle, neu dân coed neu fara yn cael ei bobi? Dw i’n siŵr basech chi’n cael eich synnu wrth glywed beth yw hoff arogl Donna Ed…
 
With the election almost upon us, we take a deep dive into the party manifestos with special guests Mark Hooper of Plaid Cymru, Bob Lloyd of Welsh Labour and Emma Wilde Hale who was until recently a Welsh Conservative. We take a long look at Labour, Plaid Cymru, Conservative and Green Party manifestos and expose some manifesto-based trivia from ele…
 
WRU Chief Executive Steve Phillips on Friday night Six Nations, plans for Wales Women, the relationship with the regions and more in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We’ll also hear from Wales Women at the end of their Six Nations campaign, including second row Teleri Wyn Davies on the inspiration she got from her father – and she now hopes t…
 
Our guest this week is former Club captain Matt Corker. Matt is 10th on the all time appearance list, but first on the all time league appearances for the club in his 9 year association with London Welsh. Matt's rugby prowess came to light only when he went to University in Bath to study Chemistry and went on to play for English Universities; which…
 
Ged, Dan and Murph get together (virtually) to discuss the opening round of the Rainbow Cup. More importantly what the injury to George North means for his season and for the Lions. We look at who is in pole position for the 10 jersey and who South Africa might unearth in the second row. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Continuing our series of interviews with political leaders in the run up to the Senedd election, we speak to the leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, Jane Dodds.You can find Jane on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/DoddsJaneAnd the Welsh Lib Dems here: https://twitter.com/WelshLibDemsAnd, of course, us here: https://twitter.com/HiraethBlogIf you…
 
The Senedd remains one of the few European parliaments never to have a Green Party parliamentarian. Leading the charge to put an end to that record is Anthony Slaughter, leader of the Wales Green Party. With the Senedd election just around the corner we spoke with Anthony to find out more about his journey from apartheid-era South Africa to ambitio…
 
S'mae... Dych chi'n gwrando ar Pigion - podlediad wythnosol Radio Cymru i'r rhai sy'n dysgu ac sydd wedi dysgu Cymraeg. Tomos Morse dw i, ac i ddechrau'r wythnos yma … DEI TOMOSBuodd y canwr o Dreforus ger Abertawe, Neil Rosser, yn sôn am un o’i ganeuon enwoca ‘Ochr Treforus o’r Dre’ gyda Dei Tomos a dyma i chi flas ar y sgwrs...Enwoca - Most famou…
 
As the Six Nations draws to a close, a special focus on the Women’s game in Wales this week on the Welsh Rugby Union podcast.It’s an anniversary this week of the sad accident that first paralysed Bryan ‘Yogi’ Davies in what was due to be his retirement game for Bala in 2007. Six years later it cost him his life, but he remains an inspiration at the…
 
Our guest this week is former London Welsh Board Director and Youth Chairman, Paul Browne. Paul is one of our fantastic volunteers at the club who brought all his four children to our Minis and soon got involved in Coaching and inspiring children to play our wonderful game. He tells us of the odd games he played for the Occies in the back row and h…
 
With our forwards on the 'plane' to South Africa, it's time to choose the backs we'd like to see represent the British & Irish Lions this summer. Is there room for Jonathan Davies? Will George North start as centre? Should Gatland take three proper fly halves? Is Finn Russell one of them? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
As the campaign moves up a gear and parties are finally about to be out canvassing, we speak to a selection of candidates to hear their experiences of this unique Senedd election on the doorstep and in the digital domain. In a segment we call 'Owen Rants', we are then joined by social media legend Owen Williams of Siml who casts a critical eye over…
 
In our second special, we catch up with former Wales captain, Pontypool player and BBC Rugby Commentator; Eddie Butler. Our chat starts with Ed paying his tribute to the passing of our Club President, John Dawes. We cover his career path to the Commentary chair, we discuss why London Welsh chose not to play Pontypool for many years in the 70's; why…
 
S'mae... Dych chi'n gwrando ar Pigion - podlediad wythnosol Radio Cymru i'r rhai sy'n dysgu ac sydd wedi dysgu Cymraeg. Tomos Morse dw i, ac i ddechrau'r wythnos yma … SHAN COTHI Y cerddor Brychan Llyr oedd gwestai Shan Cothi yr wythnos yma ac esboniodd e wrth Shan pam ei fod mor hoff o bobl, o fwyd ac o gerddoriaeth Yr Eidal… Cerddor - MusicianHal…
 
Three Welshmen in the British and Irish Lions coaching team, we hear from all three and head coach Warren Gatland on his first selections. Defence coach Steve Tandy tells his story of going round the world from the Ospreys to the Lions, forwards coach Robin McBryde on how his time for Wales groomed him for this role and kicking coach Neil Jenkins e…
 
Our guest this week is former England International, Newcastle Falcon legend, Toulon, Northampton and London Welsh captain, Tom May. Tom has had a glittering playing career, playing over 250 games in the English Premiership and someone who really enjoyed playing for London Welsh at the end of his playing career. He enjoyed it so much, he then playe…
 
Time for us to assemble the selection committee for the Lions Tour to South Africa. In Part One, Ged, Dan and Murph select the forwards they'd like to see take on the Springboks. Amongst the biggest issues, is Tadhg Beirne a flanker or second row? Is there room for Tipuric? Does Big Billy get a place on the plane. Remember these are just our opinio…
 
In this episode in our series of analysing the biggest policy portfolios ahead of the Senedd 2021 election, we tackle the education brief.After a particularly tough year for all education providers during the COVID pandemic, what awaits schools and their new curriculum when face to face teaching resumes full time? Will university funding continue t…
 
S'mae... Dych chi'n gwrando ar Pigion - podlediad wythnosol Radio Cymru i'r rhai sy'n dysgu ac sydd wedi dysgu Cymraeg. Tomos Morse dw i, ac i ddechrau'r wythnos yma … DROS FRECWAST Chris Gunter ydy’r chwaraewr cyntaf yn hanes tîm pêl-droed Cymru i ennill cant o gapiau yn dilyn y gêm gyfeillgar rhwng Cymru a Mecsico wythnos diwetha. Mae cyn-golwr C…
 
We hear from Wales Women full back Robyn Wilkins why winning her 50th cap should be less painful than her first, who painted a portrait of captain Siwan Lillicrap and what coach Warren Abrahams is looking for against Ireland this weekend.על ידי Welsh Rugby Union
 
Completing our series of interviews with contenders for the role of First Minister at the 2021 Senedd election is this conversation with Andrew RT Davies. We discuss his recent return to leadership of the Conservative Senedd Group and the party's priorities for the next parliamentary term including Covid response, Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board and t…
 
Our guest this week is former club captain and current player, Lloyd Davies. Lloyd is a product of Monmouth School where he learned to love the game and then went off to Cardiff University to enjoy the social side of rugby and met Morgan Browne and Rhys Howells whilst playing there. Prior to University, Lloyd went to work in Australia and played fo…
 
Ben James is joined by Wales stars Hadleigh Parkes and Callum Sheedy for a special look at how Wales went from a terrible 2020 to 2021 Six Nations champions, with insight to what it was like in camp and how the new coaching staff have gone.על ידי Reach Podcasts
 
So all four of the Welsh sides crashed out of Europe this week. Ged, Murph and Dan get together to discuss whether it's all doom and gloom, whether the WRU need to dip their hands in their pockets and we also take a stab at picking a Wales team to play this summer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Continuing our series of podcast interviews with the three candidates for First Minister at the Senedd election, we speak with Adam Price, leader of Plaid Cymru, about the party's pledges, positioning itself as a challenger to Labour from the left and the salience of the independence debate.You can find Adam on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/Ada…
 
The Hundred Year's War comes to a messy end and powerful people plot. You can find everything we do at DistractionsMedia.com You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Music: Celtic Impulse - Celtic by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Source: http://inc…
 
S'mae... Dych chi'n gwrando ar Pigion - podlediad wythnosol Radio Cymru i'r rhai sy'n dysgu ac sydd wedi dysgu Cymraeg. Tomos Morse dw i, ac i ddechrau'r wythnos yma … TROI’R TIR Mae Steffan Harri yn actor llwyddiannus sy wedi serenu ar lwyfan y West End mewn sioeau mawr fel Shrek, ond gyda’r theatrau ar gau, penderfynodd Steffan fynd yn ôl i helpu…
 
Our guest for our first special episode is Rugby World Cup Winner, Will Greenwood MBE. The Special episodes are an opportunity for us to hear from different voices connected to the game and to understand how they might relate to London Welsh, Will discusses the return of the Community game and how he and his family get so much out of playing and co…
 
Wales coach Wayne Pivac and captain Alun Wyn Jones on their Six Nations success, Wales Women’s captain Siwan Lillicrap on their Six Nations campaign. And the chance to hear at length from two of the top men in charge of Welsh rugby, WRU chief executive Steve Phillips and chairman Rob Butcher.על ידי Welsh Rugby Union
 
Our guest this week is Kevin Bowring. Kevin came to London Welsh in 1977 after playing with Clive Rees for the Voyagers in an Amsterdam 7's tournament. 267 appearances across 9 seasons, with 3 as club captain, puts him 6th on the all time appearances list. Kevin loved his time at London Welsh and enjoyed the tours, 7's tournaments and playing in ou…
 
Ben James is joined by former Wales centre Hadleigh Parkes to talk about his new life in Japan, the decision to leave Wales after six years and how he's been watching Wayne Pivac's progress from afar. If you enjoy the podcast, make sure to rate it and leave a review.על ידי Reach Podcasts
 
It's official, Wales win the Six Nations 2021 title. It's all a bit subdued after the loss in Paris but Ged, Murph and Dan review the tournament. Looking at the players who stood out, the potential Lions contenders and which teams played the best rugby. Elsewhere we preview the European Champions Cup and European Challenge Cup ties that take place …
 
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