An insight into the Welsh language protests by Cymdeithas yr Iaith (Welsh Language Society) through the 1960s against English-only road signs. The clip includes an interview with one of the society leaders emphasising the non-violent nature of the protests. The decisions to instigate these protests was influenced by the words of Saunders Lewis in a famous 1962 radio broadcast.

This clip is from:
The Sixties
First broadcast:
26 December 1969

Students could consider why Cymdeithas yr Iaith felt the need to protest, and list what the main reasons behind the protests were. A group discussion could take place around the state of the Welsh language today and what could be done differently nowadays to raise awareness.