Don And I [Radio Wales]

Phil Steele gets an insight into the remarkable friendship between Welshman Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman, perhaps the greatest cricketer of all time.

It started after Doug heard a recording of The Don playing the piano, and led to almost 20 years of meetings and correspondence discussing cricket, music and family.

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Phil Steele gets an insight into the remarkable 20 year friendship between Welshman Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman, perhaps the greatest cricketer of all time.

Phil Steele explores the 20 year friendship between Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman.

20090328

Phil Steele gets an insight into the remarkable 20 year friendship between Welshman Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman, perhaps the greatest cricketer of all time.

Phil Steele explores the 20 year friendship between Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman.

20080607

Phil Steele gets an insight into the remarkable friendship between Welshman Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman, perhaps the greatest cricketer of all time. It started after Doug heard a recording of The Don playing the piano, and led to almost 20 years of meetings and correspondence discussing cricket, music and family.

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Phil Steele gets an insight into the remarkable friendship between Welshman Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman, perhaps the greatest cricketer of all time.

It started after Doug heard a recording of The Don playing the piano, and led to almost 20 years of meetings and correspondence discussing cricket, music and family.

2008060720080608

Phil Steele gets an insight into the remarkable friendship between Welshman Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman, perhaps the greatest cricketer of all time.

It started after Doug heard a recording of The Don playing the piano, and led to almost 20 years of meetings and correspondence discussing cricket, music and family.

20080608

Phil Steele gets an insight into the remarkable friendship between Welshman Douglas Davies and Sir Donald Bradman, perhaps the greatest cricketer of all time. It started after Doug heard a recording of The Don playing the piano, and led to almost 20 years of meetings and correspondence discussing cricket, music and family.