My father was the principal tenor with the Welsh National Opera for fourteen years
He was Principal Tenor with the Welsh National Opera for fourteen years through the 50's
Most recently, Modern Art. 1930 paintings use patterning to create paintings. i.e. pineapples and lobsters are one repeating theme.
Freddie was a boxer. In 1901 he won the Lonsdale belt, in 1914 he won the World Lightweight title. He retired in 1922, a wealthy man and purchased a gym and health farm. Sadly fell on hard times and died penniless in New York.
TV, radio and theatre career. Played two roles in 'The Archers'. Associated with Salisbury Playhouse and has performed his own play 'Shylock' at Stratford. Played Cassius in Ludlow Festival's 'Julius Caesar'.
Journalist with the 'Western Mail', Lloyd George's Foreign Affairs Advisor. Murdered in his prime by Chinese bandits in Manchukuo in 1935.
Inventing and patenting the 'inco-stop'.
Welsh Rugby international.
Senior minister during the reign of Jolly Queen Thatcher, what a lovely time we all had.
Welsh boxing champion.
First broadcast Speaker of the House of Commons
'Forever Knight', 'Airwolf', 'Robocop' and 'Dracula' TV shows plus many stage and film appearances.
Presenting Welsh TV shows 'Uned 5' and 'Totpy' and BBC's 'Blue Peter' He has also written articles for the 'Western Mail'.
Glamorgan and England cricketer.
Comedienne on BBC radio and the music halls.
Glyn was an archaeologist who made some of the earliest efforts to populaise the subject on radio and television. He wrote several books on European archeology and a number of articles in archaeological journals.
Films, TV. Documentaries etc.
Television and film including 'LAVA', 'Bodywork', 'A respectable trade', 'Casualty', 'The Bill', 'The New Adventures of Robin Hood'.
Lead singer of 1980's chart band Scritti Politti.