Those old Welsh themes, memory, place, exile and inheritance, continue in this edition. We publish elsewhere a preview of Ynys Môn novelist Tristan Hughes’ Hummingbird. Draped in this author’s trademark melancholy, as though it were beautifully lit through pondweed, the novel is ultimately more upbeat than his previous works. It thrums with positive messages about the […]
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35 Diwrnod

Dewi Huw Owen previews the third in this innovative Welsh-language crime drama series with shades of the great Russian novel, and finds it breathlessly compelling, a minimalist’s visual feast and an utterly convincing, terrifying masterpiece

PUBLISHED ON: 01/03/17


35 Diwrnod, as is the case with all Welsh-language drama from S4C, is repeated with subtitles and also available with subtitles on iPlayer. The first …

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