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    Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the medieval scholar Gerald of Wales. Born in the 12th century, with both Anglo-Norman and Welsh parentage, Gerald was a cleric and courtier of Henry II. His accounts of journeys he made around Wales and Ireland are among the most colourful and informative chronicles of the Middle Ages. Melvyn Bragg is joined by Henrietta Leyser, Emeritus Fellow of St Peter’s College, University of Oxford; Michelle Brown, Professor Emerita of Medieval Manuscript Studies at the School of Advanced Study, University of London and Huw Pryce, Professor of Welsh History at Bangor University.

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  2. Ian Welsh Resun 01/02 by Jay Ackroyd

    Rerun from Nov 2013. Ian Welsh has been blogging since 2003. Formerly the Managing Editor of FireDogLake and the Agonist, Ian’s work has appeared at Huffington Post, Alternet, and Truthout, as well as the now defunct Blogging of the President (BOPNews). In Canada his work has appeared in and BlogsCanada. An editor, writer and social media consultant, Ian currently lives in Toronto. Baseline Predictions for the next sixty years Links posted at

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  3. SNP win historic third term - Politics Weekly podcast | Politics | The Guardian

    Severin Carrell, Anne Perkins and Martin Kettle join Tom Clark to discuss national election results in Wales and Scotland and local election results in England

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  4. Rees Howells - Intercessor - The Bible College of Wales

    Rees Howells was a miner in Wales in the late 1800’s who went on to discover the reality of Christ in his own life. In 1910, he married. He and his wife felt the call of God to serve as missionaries in Africa. Having been deeply touched by the Welsh revival, he saw the revival follow him to Africa and the power of God fall wherever he preached.

    His real work began when he returned to his beloved Wales and established the Bible College of Wales in 1924. The college came into its own as the second world war started and Rees Howells gathered intercessors to pray with him against the spiritual forces at work in the world at that time. Rees Howells understood the the words of Paul in Ephesians 6, where he wrote: ‘We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places’.

    The intercessors would listen to the world news on their radios and then gather to pray. They learnt to see world events transformed through prevailing prayer.

    Using the same principals as George Mueller, Hudson Taylor, and many others, for raising funds – at the time Rees Howell only had two shillings (ten pence) in his possession - he established the Bible College in Swansea, and also a home for missionaries c…

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