New Welsh Writing From Ty Newydd

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AR01A Very Private View20110621

Ty Newydd, near Snowdonia, is the National Writing Centre for Wales as well as being the former home of Lloyd George.

These three stories were created there on a Writing for Radio course, and showcase both new and established Welsh writers.

In A Very Private View, a young man in Vienna keeps company with one of the city's most famous doctors.

Peter Taylor's story is read by Ioan Gruffudd.

Director Nigel Lewis

Executive Producer: Kate McAll

BBC Cymru Wales.

A young man in Vienna keeps company with one of the city's most famous doctors.

AR02Translation2011062220121209

Ty Newydd, near Snowdonia, is the National Writing Centre for Wales as well as being the former home of Lloyd George.

These three stories were created there on a Writing for Radio course, and showcase both new and established Welsh writers.

Translation is Julie Ma's story about a young Chinese girl having to translate sensitive information for her mother.

It's read by Liz Sutherland.

Director Kate McAll

BBC Cymru Wales.

A young Chinese girl has to translate sensitive information for her mother.

By Julie Ma. A young Chinese girl has to translate sensitive information for her mother.

Ty Newydd, near Snowdonia, is the National Writing Centre for Wales as well as being the former home of Lloyd George. These three stories were created there on a Writing for Radio course, and showcase both new and established Welsh writers.

Translation is Julie Ma's story about a young Chinese girl having to translate sensitive information for her mother. It's read by Liz Sutherland

AR03 LASTThe Wake20110623

Ty Newydd, near Snowdonia, is the National Writing Centre for Wales and these three stories created there on a Writing for Radio course, showcase new and established Welsh writers.

A woman returns to Aberystwyth for her mother's funeral and finds the past is still very much present.

Beth Robert reads a story by Francesca Rhydderch.

Director: Willa King

Executive Producer: Kate McAll

BBC Cymru Wales.

A woman returns to Aberystwyth for her mother's funeral.