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Radio Cymru makes changes over Welsh language musicians row

BBC Radio Cymru, which is at the centre of a dispute over the issue of royalty payments to Welsh language musicians, has announced changes to programmes.

The Welsh language station will play some English language music if the row is not resolved by 1 January.

Over 300 artists involved in the dispute say they want a "fair price for Welsh music" on Radio Cymru.

BBC Wales says Eos, the body representing the artists, has turned down a substantial offer.

Lowri Davies, editor of Radio Cymru, explains how the station would change its output.

Radio station acts over music row

  • 31 Dec 2012