For St. David’s Day we look at Wales Radio International.
They broadcast views news and music from the people of Wales to the world. They started in the 1990s and lasted until the mid 2000s, with programmes such as Sounds Celtic, Voices from Wales and Stories from Wales – there was some quality content on air.
For WRI's archive radio programmes visit their dormant website at: http://wri.cymru.net/
These days the best Welsh stations are probably the BBC Wales and Welsh language BBC Radio Cymru. The local radio stations I have heard from Wales are just as meek and mindless as their English counterparts- dullsville mediocrity without any innovation. But please get in touch to prove me wrong!
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Part 1 is on 1 Dec 2012 Continues on 4 Dec 2012