Welsh libraries feature in TV programme

The Children’s Poet Laureate of Wales , Aneirin Karadog, encouraged everyone to visit their local libraries in an item on the Welsh language TV programme Heno (episode 208, first item, 6 minutes long) last night. The item featured Canton and Prestatyn libraries, modernised following Welsh Government Community Learning Libraries grants, Botwnnog School Library, the National Library of Wales and more.

English subtitles for Heno programmes are usually available 24 hours after the programme has aired. Click the ‘S’ button in the player to switch on the subtitles. Watch it here.

To find out more about your local library in Wales visit the Welsh Libraries website.

About alysontyler

Civil servant, yoga teacher and former librarian.
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2 Responses to Welsh libraries feature in TV programme

  1. welushone says:

    Did anyone see the old Aberystwyth Public Library, Corporation Street featuring on ‘Hinterland’?

    http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2013/jul/30/hinterland-tv-noir-wales

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