Terry Deary's Tales From The Mabinogi [Radio Wales]

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20061126

2/6. More terrible tales from the ancient Welsh legends. Dr Dee (Terry Deary) and his thick thespians Drab, Dross and Drear, learn of Rhiannon's fate, meet great big Bendigeidfran and kid sister Branwen, and discover what happened after her marriage to miserable Matholwch, king of Ireland. Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

20061130

3/6. Things hot up in the third instalment of this sideways look at the famous Welsh fables. Dr Dee (Terry Deary) and his pathetic performers Drab, Dross and Drear, discover more intrigue in Ireland as the Welsh led by Bendigeidfran finally square up to Matholwch's Irish army. Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

20061203

3/6. Dr Dee and his pathetic performers Drab, Dross and Drear, discover more intrigue in Ireland as the Welsh led by Bendigeidfran finally square up to Matholwch's Irish army.

20061226

6/6.

Dr Dee and his simple-minded stooges Drab, Dross and Drear are our guides as the wondrous Welsh legends draw to a close. Spooky stories from the Fourth Branch include the Boy With No Name, Blodeuwedd the flower girl, a howling owl and poisoned spears. Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

0220061126

More terrible tales from the ancient Welsh legends.

Dr Dee (Terry Deary) and his thick thespians Drab, Dross and Drear, learn of Rhiannon's fate, meet great big Bendigeidfran and kid sister Branwen, and discover what happened after her marriage to miserable Matholwch, king of Ireland.

Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

0220061126

More terrible tales from the ancient Welsh legends.

Dr Dee (Terry Deary) and his thick thespians Drab, Dross and Drear, learn of Rhiannon's fate, meet great big Bendigeidfran and kid sister Branwen, and discover what happened after her marriage to miserable Matholwch, king of Ireland.

Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

032006113020061203

Things hot up in the third instalment of this sideways look at the famous Welsh fables.

Dr Dee (Terry Deary) and his pathetic performers Drab, Dross and Drear, discover more intrigue in Ireland as the Welsh led by Bendigeidfran finally square up to Matholwch's Irish army.

Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

032006113020061203

Things hot up in the third instalment of this sideways look at the famous Welsh fables.

Dr Dee (Terry Deary) and his pathetic performers Drab, Dross and Drear, discover more intrigue in Ireland as the Welsh led by Bendigeidfran finally square up to Matholwch's Irish army.

Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

06 LAST20061226

Dr Dee and his simple-minded stooges Drab, Dross and Drear are our guides as the wondrous Welsh legends draw to a close.

Spooky stories from the Fourth Branch include the Boy With No Name, Blodeuwedd the flower girl, a howling owl and poisoned spears.

Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

06 LAST20061226

Dr Dee and his simple-minded stooges Drab, Dross and Drear are our guides as the wondrous Welsh legends draw to a close.

Spooky stories from the Fourth Branch include the Boy With No Name, Blodeuwedd the flower girl, a howling owl and poisoned spears.

Recorded at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.