Welsh history and its sources
Welsh history and its sources

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Welsh history and its sources

3.5.3 The Reformation in Wales

Glanmor Williams examines the changes under Henry VIII and Edward VI including the use of the Prayer Book. He describes the removal of images of the saints. Gareth Elwyn Jones discusses the translation of the Prayer Book and Bible into Welsh.

This extract is from Programme 4, People and Belief, of the BBC Radio Wales Millennium History series, The People of Wales (1999).

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