- Cerys Matthews
- Dafydd O'Connor
Duration: 30 minutes
The stormy, glittering life of singer Dorothy Squires, the Welsh diva who died a recluse, presented by Cerys Matthews.
Dorothy Squires was a legend: one of the biggest stars of the 1940s, a glamorous performer, a great recording artist and a true diva. She was famous for her marriage to the young Roger Moore, her notorious court cases, her outrageous behaviour and powerful voice. Her glittering, yet tragic, life began in 1915 in Pontyberem and ended in the Rhondda Valley, where she lived out her final days in a home provided by one of her greatest fans.
Presented by singer Cerys Matthews, this larger-than-life story is a gripping reminder of the talent of one of Wales's true stars.
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