Author: Bobby Kelly
Mae’n ddrwg gen i, dydi hwn ddim ond ar gael mewn Saesneg Prydain. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. https://www.mixcloud.com/radiobronglais/interview-with-dr-rhodri-llwyd-morgan-about-the-proposed-redevelopment-of-the-old-college/
On Tuesday’s Brunch Show, Gemma sat in the hotseat and had a chat with St Michael’s Church Choir Mistress and experienced harpist, Delyth Evans. Delyth is a talented harpist and has over 30 years experience of tutoring others in the instrument. Her choir have been invited to perform in Israel at the end of October. […]
WildWood Jack are a folk duo from Kent who now tour the UK, Europe and more recently New Zealand. Adam and Jayne came to Aberystwyth to spend the evening at Gwerin Aber Folk club where the folk loving audience were treated to such delights as ordinary day and liberty ship; the lead song taken from […]
Listen back on Brunch with a chat with Nick Aitken from Welsh hearts with the usual heart news, events and music. You can contact Nick Aitken for more information on his email: nick.aitken@welshhearts.
Interview with Andrew Mort, film editor who has worked with David Attenborough on programs like Blue Planet 2, Attenboroughs life stories, Madagascar, Land of Heat and Dust. Andrew also seemingly has a never ending list of other projects he has edited including Wild Brazil and Wild Hawaii.
Bobby Interviews MP Ben Lake on Radio Bronglais. (Interview was broadcast live on 09/04/2018)
An interview with Cllr Alun Williams about proposed council ward mergers after The Boundary Commission, in its examination of the wards of Ceredigion council, set forward proposals that will reduce councillor numbers from the current 42 to 38. One of the councillor losses would come from the proposed merger of the two Llanbadarn wards – Padarn and […]
Interview with Elin Jones – Broadcast Live on the 28th of March 2018.
Listen in on Brunch as we have a chat with volunteers and staff from the Penparcau community centre.
After concern swept the nation with David Attenborough’s “Blue planet” vividly showing the amount of plastics in our seas, Ceredigion is seemingly leading the way in reducing the use of plastics. Local campaigners and Councillors have been working hard approaching businesses to sign up to the campaign and commit to reducing their use of plastics […]