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Dylan's Bardic Heritage

Poet and musician Twm Morys explores the links between Wales's poetic past and Dylan Thomas's writing, as experienced through his own encounters with Thomas.

Recorded at the Laugharne Live Festival 2014, in the grounds of Laugharne Castle, West Wales.
Five leading writers and artists reflect on the ways in which they connect with one of Wales's most famous cultural exports, Dylan Thomas.
Poet and musician Twm Morys explores the links between Wales's poetic heritage and Dylan Thomas's writing. Drawing on memories of living in Thomas's hometown of Swansea, he considers whether Thomas's writing is universally acknowledged to represent the cultural landscape that nurtured its creation.

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Fri 24 Jul 2015 22:45

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