Six personal perspectives on themes that have shaped Wales. This week Rhodri Morgan will explore the roots of Welsh Radicalism and protest starting with the part his family played in the Rebecca Riots.
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This episode of Histories of Wales will be broadcast on Sunday 18 March 2012 at 13:30 on BBC Radio Wales. For more details, including information on repeats, visit the BBC Radio Wales site.
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