She was the "I" of the popular story, "The King and I". Her account of her time as a teacher in the Royal Siamese Court. Here actual work was published under the title 'The English governess at the Siamese court'.
Professional Footballer (Soccer). Played for Birmingham.
Opera Superstar :-)
One of the most respected political leaders of modern Wales. Voted hardest working MP by the house of commons magazine.
Edward of Caernarvon (as his contemporaries knew him) was the first heir to the England and Wales throne to be styled 'Prince of Wales'. A Plantagonet, he was perhaps one of the most disliked, unsuccessful leaders England has known.
From Caernarfonshire, Wales
Commander Harold Godfrey Lowe RD RNR wrote his name into history as a hero for actions during the loss of the White Star Ship, TITANIC.
Harold is portrayed by Welsh actor Ioan Gruffudd in the James Cameron movie 'Titanic' where we have a sense of the urgency and danger he was facing.
As the ship's Fifth Officer he was instrumental in organising the release of lifeboats and having taken his own charge to safety away from the stricken vessel was so appalled to see passengers in the...
Actor. Played numerous roles on S4C and English television. Appeared as Morgan Evans opposite Katharine Hepburn in 'The Corn Is Green' by Emlyn Williams.
Weight lifting competed in five Commonwealth Games and Munich Olympic Games
Football (Soccer) player of note. Played for Watford, Aston Villa, Norwich and other clubs.
His painting 'Torrwr Beddi' was exhibited at the Louvre in Paris for two years during the 1950's.
DJ with the pirate station Radio London from September 1966 until it closed on the 14th of August 1967. He continued his career with BBC Radio 1 from 1967 through to 1991.
Sir William Preece
William Henry Preece was an electrical engineer who was a major figure in the development and introduction of wireless telegraphy and the telephone in Great Britain.
Football coach for Watford.
Translations into the welsh language
Played football (Soccer) for Wales. Was centre forward.