Welsh history and its sources
Welsh history and its sources

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Welsh history and its sources


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The material acknowledged within the texts of Welsh history and its sources (Cymru_1) is Proprietary and used under licence (not subject to Creative Commons Licensing). See Terms and Conditions. Images may only be used in relation to this course Welsh history and its sources and no use in isolation of the course permitted.

These extracts are taken from the BBC Radio Wales programme The People of Wales produced by the BBC © 1999.

Extracts from Coast, series 1, 2 and 3 broadcast by BBC from 2005 and 2007. The Coast series was co-produced with The Open University.

Celebrated Cyfartha Band extracts from Open University course AA302.

Section 3 Courtesy of David Goehring http://www.flickr.com/ photos/ carbonnyc/ 1359721335/ [Details correct as of 27th February 2009];

Section 4 Courtesy of John Birdsall;

Section 5 Capel Mawr, 2003, acrylic by Chris Griffin. Private Collection;

Section 6 Courtesy of Howard Riches http://www.flickr.com/ photos/ 9186045@N02/ 3313258483/ [Details correct as of 27th February 2009].

Adaptation of works by Trevor Herbert

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