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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. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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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Learn Welsh

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Learn Welsh

Siân Davies

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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.
 
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.
 
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
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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
 
Nia Parry speaks to some well-known mams and dads who have taken the decision to take their kids from toddler to teenager through the medium of Welsh. Starting the journey at Welsh language playgroup - the Cylch Meithrin - Nia hears stories and gets expert advice to help parents looking to start a bilingual journey for their child. This is a podcast from meithrin.cymru - charity number 1022320.
 
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New York Welsh

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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 ...
 
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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Bore Cothi – Iestyn Jones Mae Iestyn Jones o Gapel Hendre yn Sir Gaerfyrddin yn gerddor llwyddiannus sy’n gweithio yn y West End, ac ar hyn o bryd mae e’n aelod o gerddorfa sioe ‘Back to The Future’. Buodd Iestyn yn sôn wrth Shan Cothi am ei yrfa…………. Cerddor llwyddiannus A successful musicianCerddorfa OrchestraSioe gerdd Musical theatreDwlu ar Wrt…
 
Ged is joined by Murph to look back on another tumultuous weekend for Welsh rugby. As Wales surrender a 21 point lead to Australia, Wayne Pivac is heading for the exit door. We look at what (recent guest) Warren Gatland can expect if he returns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
This week is a short episode talking about the podcast as a whole before we turn to the end of the Civil War. 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 Kevin MacLeo…
 
For some time there have been discussions about what would happen in the event of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II with regards the role of the Prince of Wales. Would it automatically pass to Prince William? Would he, like Charles before him, participate in an extravagant & controversial Investiture ceremony? How would the modern cultural landscap…
 
Jake and Neil look back on County’s win over Gillingham including a discussion on what may have prompted the ‘words’ between Coughlan and Bogle (tight calf of course). There’s a look ahead to the FA Cup game v Derby on Sunday whilst Neil gives us a brief prediction on Wales’ remaining World Cup group games (we couldn’t not talk about the World Cup …
 
In this, the final part of our trilogy of podcast episodes Michael Hogan finishes with some reflections on his time playing for the welsh county. We run through some of his achievements as a Glamorgan player and he responds to all of these successes. He talks very personably about being inducted into the Glamorgan County Cricket Club Hall of Fame. …
 
Bore Cothi - Gruffydd Rees 16.11Ydy gwenyn yn cysgu dros y gaeaf? Nac ydyn, ddim yn ôl y gwenynwr Gruffydd Rees o’r Dryswyn yn Sir Gaerfyrddin. Dyma Gruffydd yn dweud mwy wrth Shan Cothi….. Gwenyn BeesCwch HivePara To lastPeillio To pollinateHanfodol EssentialDiwydiant IndustryCnwd CropTrystan ac Emma – Gari’r GwiningenY gwenyn yn brysur yn bwyta m…
 
Is this the worst Wales result ever? Ged is joined by Steffan Thomas to debate the future of Wayne Pivac, the governance of the WRU and some suggestions as to how we get out of this complete mess. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, we discuss the huge cultural and political (with a small 'p') power of football with Noel Mooney, Chief Executive of the Football Association of Wales. We discuss Qatar, the relationship with Welsh Government, the domestic game, *that* World Cup song & video, the women's and girls game, and relations between Ireland and…
 
Ged is joined by the author of Rugby's Greatest Mavericks, Luke Upton to discuss his new book and debate what makes a maverick so special. We'll hear about some of the great characters featured in the book including Non Evans, David Campese, Ray Gravell, Waisale Serevi and of course Dai Bishop. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform…
 
Jake and Neil look back on an ultimately disappointing result at home against Stockport and preview a must win game against Gillingham at the weekend. Follow us on Twitter and share your thoughts twitter.com/otherwelshclub Podcast theme music by Transistor.fm. Learn how to start a podcast here.The Other Welsh Club
 
S'mae... Ry'ch chi'n gwrando ar Pigion - podlediad wythnosol Radio Cymru i'r rhai sy'n dysgu ac sydd wedi dysgu Cymraeg. Tomos Morse ydw i, ac i ddechrau'r wythnos yma... Aled Hughes - Dafydd Iwan 7.11 Roedd Dafydd Iwan yn westai ar raglen Aled Hughes fore Llun i sôn am Yma o Hyd, y gân sydd wedi ei dewis fel anthem tîm Pêl-droed Cymru ar gyfer Cwp…
 
With the King's chances steadily getting worse by the day small successes in south Wales give off a mirage of progress and false hope. Source: British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate Website - http://bcw-project.org/ Welsh History Podcast is a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshH…
 
Ged is joined by Dan and Murph to look back over Wales win over Argentina. Is Toby Faletau the best 8 of his generation? What does this win mean for Wales' Rugby World Cup hopes? Elsewhere, another cracker in Paris as France beat South Africa. Scotland suffer another near miss against New Zealand. And Killick is in good company in hospitality behin…
 
In this episode, Michael talks about his reason for coming to England. He talks about Justin Langer as a coach and responds to what Justin thought of him. He explains the circumstances that allowed him to play in English cricket as a domestic player and how he was able to play in both England and Australia for a period of time. Michael talks about …
 
Can Wales bounce back against Argentina, we’ll hear a different side to Taulupe Faletau, how Wales defence coach Gethin Jenkins reacted to last week’s defeat, and Wales new boys Rio Dyer and Sam Costelow on their debuts. As well as coach Wayne Pivac and captain Justin Tipuric in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast.…
 
As one of the most senior members of the Welsh Government after just 6 years in the Senedd, Jeremy Miles now holds one of the toughest ministerial briefs as the recovery from the twin crises of Covid-19 and subsequent economic turmoil leave the education sector battling for resources while trying to recover from the impact of the pandemic on learne…
 
BETI A’I PHOBOL - MIRAIN IWERYDDY cyflwynydd Mirain Iwerydd oedd gwestai Beti George wythnos diwetha. Myfyriwr ym Mhrifysgol Aberystwyth ydy Mirain ac mae hi’n cyflwyno Hansh a Stwnsh Sadwrn ar S4C, a’r Sioe Frecwast Radio Cymru 2 fore Sul. Mae hi hefyd yn cyflwyno rhaglen gerddoriaeth newydd bob nos Fercher ar Radio Cymru. Cefndir Jamaicaidd ac In…
 
Ged is joined by Steffan Thomas to review Wales' disappointing opener to the All Black. Is this Wayne Pivac's fault or do the problems run deeper than that? Elsewhere, are Ireland contenders for RWC 2023 or can anyone stop France? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The long-running boundary review for UK Parliament constituencies has reached another milestone as the Boundary Commission for Wales has published its proposals for its final round of consultation.Famously, this will see the number of UK Parliament MPs elected from Wales reduced to 32 from the current 40, based on the rules set by the UK Government…
 
Jake and Neil reflect on a good days work at Northampton which ended in slight disappointment. There’s also a look ahead to County’s upcoming Cup games against Colchester and Leicester with Neil reminiscing on the great Cup runs of recent times! Follow us on Twitter and share your thoughts twitter.com/otherwelshclub Podcast theme music by Transisto…
 
Wayne Pivac, Justin Tipuric and Ken Owens look ahead to the All Blacks game in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Flanker Alex Callender looks back at the Women’s Rugby World Cup, while we also reflect on the WRU AGM and a new, old competition to boost the community game in Wales.Welsh Rugby Union
 
In this episode we hear from Glamorgan bowler Michael Hogan who has been with the welsh county since 2013 but has a first class career going back to 2009 with Western Australia. In this the first of three episodes chatting to Michael he talks about his hometown of Newcastle in Eastern Australia, his family and his earliest sporting experiences. Mic…
 
Recorded on Halloween and haunted by the spectres of UK Governments past, we review the events of October 2022 from a Welsh perspective with long time friend of the pod, Plaid Cymru councillor and project lead for Banc Cambria, Mark Hooper. We also look forward to the upcoming events in November and what they have in store for Wales and Welsh Polit…
 
BORE COTHI Buodd Mari Grug yn cadw sedd Shân Cothi yn gynnes ddechrau’r wythnos diwetha, a chafodd hi sgwrs gyda Eirian Muse o Garmel ger Caernarfon am greu basgedi.Dechreuodd diddordeb Eirian mewn basgedi pan gafodd daleb i fynd i weithdy creu basgedi fel anrheg penblwydd tua phum neu chwe blynedd yn ôl.Dyma Eirian yn dweud yr hanes…Taleb - Vouche…
 
The royalists seek to expand their control in Wales only for there advances to fall flat and territorial losses leaving the area completely unable to rally to the Royalist cause. Source: British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate Website - http://bcw-project.org/ Welsh History Podcast is a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. You c…
 
65% of Welsh clubs vote for an independent chairman, but this is 10% short of the 75% needed. Just how bonkers is Welsh rugby politics? Ged is joined by Steff Thomas to look at the state of the game in Wales and beyond. From concussions to player wages to the democratic mandate...or lack of it. Elsewhere, the Dragons pick up another win, whilst Car…
 
Few members of the Senedd are near-universally respected by those of all political persuasions (and none) in the way that Kirsty Williams is. From being an enthusiastic campaigner for devolution in the 1990s, Kirsty became a much-admired constituency AM/MS for 22 years representing Brecon and Radnor including a spell leading the Welsh Liberal Democ…
 
Welsh Rugby Union members will be asked to vote on a number of modernising special resolutions at the 2022 Annual General Meeting, to be held next Sunday 30th October at Cardiff’s Parkgate Hotel.The majority of resolutions being tabled are part of a concerted effort by the WRU Board to continue to update key elements of the WRU’s governance structu…
 
We hear from new Wales captain Justin Tipuric about his approach to the role, in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Wales coach Wayne Pivac on his thinking and we also hear from Aberavon, riding high in the Indigo Group Premiership.Welsh Rugby Union
 
Jake and Neil reflect on County’s first two games under Graham Coughlan which included a win, a draw and two clean sheets. We look at what the new manager has already changed in his short time in charge as well as what we hope comes next. Follow us on Twitter and share your thoughts twitter.com/otherwelshclub Podcast theme music by Transistor.fm. L…
 
BETI A’I PHOBOL Joe Healy, enillydd Dysgwr y Flwyddyn oedd gwestai Beti George yn ystod Wythnos y Dathlu. Mae Joe’n dod o Wimbledon yn ne Llundain yn wreiddiol ond mae wedi bod yn byw yng Nghaerdydd ers deg mlynedd. Daeth i Gaerdydd i fynd i'r brifysgol, ac mae wedi aros yno. Dechreuodd ddysgu Cymraeg yn 2018 ac yn y clip yma mae’n sôn am sut wnaet…
 
Ged and Murph get stuck into the biggest stories from Welsh rugby this week. Rhys Priestland makes the Wales squad and serves up a vintage performance for Cardiff. Fellow call up Rio Dyer shone for the Dragons in their win over the Ospreys. But what is going wrong at the Scarlets? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Jake and Neil discuss new County manager Graham Coughlan and what they want to see from him in the coming weeks! Follow us on Twitter and share your thoughts Twitter.com/otherwelshclub Podcast theme music by Transistor.fm. Learn how to start a podcast here.Jake
 
BETI A’I PHOBOLMae Bethan Wyn Jones yn awdures llyfrau natur, ac mae colofn natur gyda hi bob wythnos yn yr Herald Gymraeg sydd yn rhan o’r Daily Post. Hi oedd gwestai Beti George wythnos diwetha a yma hi’n sôn am yr adeg pan fuodd ei gŵr hi farw… Cyflwyniad - IntroductionGalar - BereavementGwlad Pŵyl - PolandGofal dwys - Intensive careGo lew - Ddi…
 
Wales name their squad for the November International Series, while Wales Women prepare for crunch time in the Rugby World Cup, all in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from Wayne Pivac, Sam Costelow and Kerin Lake.Welsh Rugby Union
 
While Westminster continues to swirl in chaos and the UK Government flails in search of stability and policy, politics in Wales carries on its largely stable path, stable in no small part to the Cooperation Agreement between the Welsh Labour Government and Plaid Cymru that has paved the way for key policy developments such as free school meals for …
 
A massively exciting one this week, Warren Gatland joins the podcast. What was going through his mind during Warburton's red card? What should the Welsh regions do differently? What coaching job is next for him? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
In the IWA's report Fiscal Firepower and Effective Policy Making in Wales, our Economic Policy Lead Harry Thompson argues that reforming the Welsh Government’s borrowing powers is a key option to better enable transformative policy making in Wales. In this podcast, you can hear Harry in conversation with Rebecca Evans MS, Minister for Finance and L…
 
Following on from the New Zealand game in the Women’s rugby World Cup, Wales look ahead to the crunch game against Australia with quarter-final qualification on the line. We hear from captain Siwan Lillicrap and backs coach Richard Whiffen.Welsh Rugby Union
 
Wales turns out for Charles as they pick their king, the British king over the English nobility in the English Civil War with dire consequences for some. 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…
 
Ged and Dan are back together for the first time in three years to speculate on what the crisis in English club rugby could mean for the Welsh regions. We also look ahead to Wayne Pivac's squad selection, look back on the wins for Cardiff and the Scarlets and a draw for the Ospreys. Plus a quick peak to our exclusive interview with Warren Gatland (…
 
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