Helluva Girl [Radio Wales]

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20060920

Carolyn Hitt celebrates the heroines of Welsh history, including 19th century novelist Allen Raine and poet Ann of Swansea, the sister of actress Sarah Siddons.

Followed by News and a Hill Forecast.

20060920

Carolyn Hitt celebrates the heroines of Welsh history, including 19th century novelist Allen Raine and poet Ann of Swansea, the sister of actress Sarah Siddons. Followed by News and a Hill Forecast.

Carolyn Hitt celebrates the heroines of Welsh history, including 19th century novelist Allen Raine and poet Ann of Swansea, the sister of actress Sarah Siddons.

Followed by News and a Hill Forecast.

20060927

Carolyn Hitt uncovers hidden heroines of Wales.

Professor Deidre Beddoe reveals the double life of suffragette and Liberal politician Winifred Coombe Tennant, and writer and broadcaster Myfanwy Alexander explains why she believes 18th century educationalist Madam Bevan to be the most important woman in Welsh history.

Then News and a Hill Forecast.

20060927

Carolyn Hitt uncovers hidden heroines of Wales. Professor Deidre Beddoe reveals the double life of suffragette and Liberal politician Winifred Coombe Tennant, and writer and broadcaster Myfanwy Alexander explains why she believes 18th century educationalist Madam Bevan to be the most important woman in Welsh history. Then News and a Hill Forecast.

Carolyn Hitt uncovers hidden heroines of Wales.

Professor Deidre Beddoe reveals the double life of suffragette and Liberal politician Winifred Coombe Tennant, and writer and broadcaster Myfanwy Alexander explains why she believes 18th century educationalist Madam Bevan to be the most important woman in Welsh history.

Then News and a Hill Forecast.