Radio Carmarthenshire

Some articles on radio carmarthenshire, carmarthenshire:

The Welsh Language Society - Campaigns - Studio Invasion, Protests and Continuing Controversy
... On July 24, 2004 (five weeks after launching), Radio Carmarthenshire's studios in Narberth were invaded by eleven activists from the Welsh language Society Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg ... They were protesting about Radio Carmarthenshire's decision to limit the amount of Welsh Language programming broadcast on Radio Carmarthenshire ... Cymdeithas claim that 50% of the population in Carmarthenshire speak Welsh as a first language, but less than 5% of Radio Carmarthenshire's output is in Welsh ...
Gwenno Teifi - Radio Carmarthenshire Protest and Jailing
... protestors on July 24, 2004 at the studios of Radio Carmarthenshire in Narberth and charged with criminal damage ... after refusing to pay the £200 compensation to Radio Carmarthenshire ordered by Carmarthen Magistrates Court ...
97.1 Radio Carmarthenshire - Broadcast Area - Studio Invasion
... On 24 July 2004 (five weeks after launching), Radio Carmarthenshire's studios in Narberth were invaded by eleven activists from Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (the Welsh Language Society) ... They were protesting over Radio Carmarthenshire's decision to limit the amount of Welsh Language programming broadcast on Radio Carmarthenshire, despite the company's ... studios were stormed during live broadcasts, forcing Radio Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire to broadcast from the standby broadcasting system and managing to sustain services for 15 ...

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