BBC Cymru Wales Readings

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20110320

By Math Bird, read by Craig Ryder.

A teenage friendship between two boys over the summer has a powerful and lasting effect on one of them.

A boy is deeply affected by a teenage friendship.

20110320

By Math Bird, read by Craig Ryder.

A teenage friendship between two boys over the summer has a powerful and lasting effect on one of them.

A boy is deeply affected by a teenage friendship.

Getting Up20110227

By Sian Preece, read by Gareth David-Lloyd. When a young graffiti artist falls into a cave, a surprising discovery reveals the power of art through time.

By Sian Preece, read by Gareth David-Lloyd.

When a young graffiti artist falls into a cave, a surprising discovery reveals the power of art through time.

By Sian Preece.

A discovery by a graffiti artist reveals the power of art through time.

Getting Up20110227

By Sian Preece, read by Gareth David-Lloyd. When a young graffiti artist falls into a cave, a surprising discovery reveals the power of art through time.

By Sian Preece, read by Gareth David-Lloyd.

When a young graffiti artist falls into a cave, a surprising discovery reveals the power of art through time.

By Sian Preece.

A discovery by a graffiti artist reveals the power of art through time.

St Therese's Bone20110313

By Jane Saotome, read by Sharon Morgan.

After her mother's death, Sian returns from London to her Welsh roots on the Llyn Peninsular.

Sian rediscovers her Welsh roots.

St Therese's Bone20110313

By Jane Saotome, read by Sharon Morgan.

After her mother's death, Sian returns from London to her Welsh roots on the Llyn Peninsular.

Sian rediscovers her Welsh roots.

While The Fire Still Smoulders20110306

By Niall Griffiths, read by Rhys Ap William.

After Adam's cremation, his friends retire to the pub in Aberystwyth and reflect on their favourite pastime.

By Niall Griffiths.

After Adam's cremation, his friends go to the pub and reminisce.

While The Fire Still Smoulders20110306

By Niall Griffiths, read by Rhys Ap William.

After Adam's cremation, his friends retire to the pub in Aberystwyth and reflect on their favourite pastime.

By Niall Griffiths.

After Adam's cremation, his friends go to the pub and reminisce.