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Gary Raymond
Presenter of The Review Show ; Editor ; Writer of non-fiction and novels (two so far) ; FRSA
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Gary Raymond 3h
On a über-windy day, I was introduced to this amazing place - St Baglan’s Church in Llanfaglan. I think all of my future novels will be set here, so be prepared. (Thanks for the tour). Could almost see RS Thomas in the archway, his cassock blowing in the wind.
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Lisa Parry 12h
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Gary Raymond 12h
Looking forward to this today.
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Wales Arts Review Sep 18
We’re very excited to announce the first ⁦⁩ social media happening tomorrow, going behind the scenes with the team at . Watch this space for an exclusive insight.
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Gary Raymond Sep 18
Will be driving a lot around Wales the rest of this week, a perfect chance to catch up on some new music. Anything else I should be listening to?
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Parthian Books Sep 17
Seeing Parthian literature inspire other art is a privilege. Listen to 's track inspired by 's here:
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Wales Arts Review Sep 17
"The book with its 398 illustrations is not just history and exegesis of tradition but a gateway into a wealth of public art of Wales." - Adam Somerset delves into the world of Welsh history and religious iconography with 'Biblical Art from Wales'.
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meredydd barker Sep 16
Replying to @Nick_Pettigrew
Did you see the Daily Mail parody that was being handed out in Liverpool? I got one from the Bluecoat.
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Gary Raymond Sep 16
Killing Eve is the new best thing on TV.
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Agnes Poirier Sep 16
January 1793: how Paris MPs voted in the trial of Louis XVI
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41 Strange Sep 16
Thomas the Tank Engine from hell
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Gary Raymond Sep 16
Replying to @SDonsonH @NTWtweets
And I'm sure others agree with you on that front. I've spoken to a number of people who were on the boat and felt very differently. And I am as certain as any person can be, those monologues would have done nothing for me anywhere.
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Gary Raymond Sep 16
now that's just bollocks. I have seen it. And I didn't ridicule it. I criticised it. Sorry if that hurts your feelings.
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IETM Sep 15
In times of , how does the Welsh contemporary performing arts relate to the wider world? Discover it in our latest article
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Gary Raymond Sep 16
I’ve no intention of undermining other people’s experiences, Liam. But I’ve spoken to many who have been and thought the show severely lacking. Tenby is amazing, of course. But I’ve been to enough NTW shows to know what standing on a beach listening to monologues will feel like.
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Wales Arts Review Sep 16
Comment | delves into the layered history behind the sign that once hung outside a local pub in Swansea. He brings together a web of personal & social stories on his journey to uncover the meaning behind this & many other 'Black Boy Inns'.
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John Foot Sep 14
My great-uncle Michael Foot was a lifelong anti-Stalinist. Friend of Orwell, Koestler and Silone. Ludicrous to claim he was a Soviet spy. Sued successfully for libel around this when he was alive. No evidence. Shameful and cowardly.
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Abi Wilkinson Sep 15
I’ve learned my lesson about corrosive social media discourse, from now on I’ll stick to serious, legacy media-approved topics like “was this dead politician who successfully sued us for alleging he was a spy a spy?” and “is a toy train hate speech?”
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Gary Raymond Sep 15
As usual “Welsh Twitter” conspicuously silent about an NTW show. Away from social media the conversations I hear and are party to are pretty damning.
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Gary Raymond Sep 15
I watched the “livestream”. But I’ve also spoken at length to a number of people who went. Did you go?
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