Friday 06 Dec 2013
BBC Wales' Welsh language debate series, Pawb a'i Farn (Thursday 25 November, BBC Wales on S4C), returns this week with the first programme giving the people of the Llandudno Junction area the opportunity to voice their opinions and challenge four members of the panel about their views on issues of the day.
The four panelists are Conservative MP for Aberconwy, Guto Bebb; local auctioneer Prys Jones; Bethan Jones Parry from the Ty Newydd Centre and Plaid Cymru MP Hywel Williams. As ever, Dewi Llwyd will be chairing.
"I look forward to the winter every year, since there's nothing that gives me as much satisfaction work-wise than roaming Wales, meeting Pawb a'i Farn's eloquent and varied audiences," says Dewi Llwyd. "This year's series promises to be as lively as ever, considering we're in a period of massive cuts unlike anything we've experienced for decades, and that there are two referendums and the Assembly elections on the horizon."
Between now and Christmas the programme will also visit Lampeter, Hirwaun and Llangefni giving local people a chance to air their views on issues affecting communities in Wales and beyond.
Pawb a'i Farn, Thursday 25 November, BBC Cymru Wales on S4C, 9.30pm
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