Wales The Owners [Radio Wales]

Episodes

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20070408

1/3. A Home of Your Own: Wales has the highest rate of home ownership in the UK. So why has property become so important to us, and just who owns Wales? Sian Pari Huws investigates.

20070409

1/3. A Home of Your Own: Wales has the highest rate of home ownership in the UK. So why has property become so important to us, and just who owns Wales? Sian Pari Huws investigates.

20070415

2/3. The Bloodless Revolution: In the early 20th Century more farmland changed hands in Wales than ever before. Sian Pari Huws investigates this revolution on the land, what survives of the old estates, and who in future will own Welsh farmland.

20070416

2/3. The Bloodless Revolution: In the early 20th Century more farmland changed hands in Wales than ever before. Sian Pari Huws investigates this revolution on the land, what survives of the old estates, and who in future will own Welsh farmland.

20070422

3/3. The Public and the Private Wales: The last quarter century has seen a counter-revolution in property ownership, as both land, industry and resources have moved away from public back to private ownership. Sian Pari Huws investigates this shift, and the conflicts that arise from it, and asks how much of Wales will continue to be Welsh?

20070422

3/3.

The Public and the Private Wales: The last quarter century has seen a counter-revolution in property ownership, as both land, industry and resources have moved away from public back to private ownership.

Sian Pari Huws investigates this shift, and the conflicts that arise from it, and asks how much of Wales will continue to be Welsh?

20070422

3/3.

The Public and the Private Wales: The last quarter century has seen a counter-revolution in property ownership, as both land, industry and resources have moved away from public back to private ownership.

Sian Pari Huws investigates this shift, and the conflicts that arise from it, and asks how much of Wales will continue to be Welsh?

20070423

3/3. The Public and the Private Wales: The last quarter century has seen a counter-revolution in property ownership, as both land, industry and resources have moved away from public back to private ownership. Sian Pari Huws investigates this shift, and the conflicts that arise from it, and asks how much of Wales will continue to be Welsh?

20070423

3/3.

The Public and the Private Wales: The last quarter century has seen a counter-revolution in property ownership, as both land, industry and resources have moved away from public back to private ownership.

Sian Pari Huws investigates this shift, and the conflicts that arise from it, and asks how much of Wales will continue to be Welsh?

20070423

3/3.

The Public and the Private Wales: The last quarter century has seen a counter-revolution in property ownership, as both land, industry and resources have moved away from public back to private ownership.

Sian Pari Huws investigates this shift, and the conflicts that arise from it, and asks how much of Wales will continue to be Welsh?

01A Home Of Your Own2007040820070409

Wales has the highest rate of home ownership in the UK.

So why has property become so important to us, and just who owns Wales? Sian Pari Huws investigates.

1/3.

A Home of Your Own: Wales has the highest rate of home ownership in the UK.

01A Home Of Your Own2007040820070409

Wales has the highest rate of home ownership in the UK.

So why has property become so important to us, and just who owns Wales? Sian Pari Huws investigates.

1/3.

A Home of Your Own: Wales has the highest rate of home ownership in the UK.

02The Bloodless Revolution2007041520070416

In the early 20th Century more farmland changed hands in Wales than ever before.

Sian Pari Huws investigates this revolution on the land, what survives of the old estates, and who in future will own Welsh farmland.

02The Bloodless Revolution2007041520070416

In the early 20th Century more farmland changed hands in Wales than ever before.

Sian Pari Huws investigates this revolution on the land, what survives of the old estates, and who in future will own Welsh farmland.