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HTV series starring John Sparkes as Barry Welsh

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Barry Welsh (John Sparkes) once had his own show in Wales on HTV Wales.
Here you can re-live the series here as Barry introduces many of his old friends including; Hugh Pugh, Mf Ffff, Geraint Pillock the coracle man who’s always up for a challenge and the Animal Rescue Squad – ARS for short

The lad himself

Calling all Siadwel fans! John Sparkes will be recording two new Siadwel shows on the evening of Thursday December 11th at the BBC club in Cardiff. If you'd like to attend please call 03700 101051 before November 20th.

Now in the last series, I actually came in for a little bit of personal criticism.
One critic in particular said I was such a philistine, I probably didn't even know what a philistine was.
So I looked it up…but it wasn't in my atlas.
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Well-known local Scotsman Glen Fiddich was up with the lark yesterday morning to play his bagpipes at the Fishguard Festival. Unfortunately, somebody had told him the wrong day and he was the only one there. I wonder who that was?
Today, however, was the day of the Festival and with the Scottish piper confined to his bed with a hangover… everybody else had a great time. .
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MR FFFF: Why does my big toe always make a hole in my sockANIMAL RESCUE SQUAD: An organisation dedicated to caring for animals in distress. It receives no official funding…or encouragement. LOOKOUT WALES: The Department of Transport has revealed that a decision to make hidden speed cameras more visible


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