New Welsh drama – “Bore Mercher/Keeping Faith” – set to hit the screens this week!

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Faith (played by Eve Myles), a small-town Welsh lawyer, is forced to cut short her extended maternity leave when her husband and business partner, Evan, goes missing. While searching for truth, she uncovers secrets about his life and starts to question how well she knows the man who is her husband.

it was filmed in both English and Welsh. It tells the tale of lawyer Faith Howells, who must discover the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of her husband. She soon realises that her idyllic home town contains many dark secrets that threaten her way of life and her entire family.

The show’s star, Eve Myles (pictured above), decided to take on the dual language role despite one rather large obstacle – she couldn’t speak Welsh. “It was a huge challenge for me to learn the Welsh-language script but I like a challenge and I certainly got one!

Un Bore Mercher / Keeping Faith will be premiering on S4C on Sunday 5th November 2017.

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      Native speaker
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      Welsh group
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      Currently learning
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      Welsh language event | Website
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Fluent speaker
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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently learning | Twitter
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      Native speaker
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Interested in learning
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      Currently learning
    • Mark Price: I have wanted to learn for years as my mother was mam-iaith (first language) and I always regretted walking away from it as a 4 year old
      Currently learning
    • The Cacen Group: We meet monthly at each other's homes and also every week at a pub in Brighton
      Welsh group | Facebook
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      Currently learning | Facebook
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      Welsh group | Website |
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
    • Jackie Jukes: I speak Welsh fluently and can help anyone who wants to learn .
      Fluent speaker
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      Native speaker | Twitter
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
    • New York Welsh | Cymry Efrog Newydd: Monthly meetups, Welsh language classes, lots of social and professional events. Come join for free!
      Welsh group | Website | Facebook | Twitter
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      Currently learning
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      Native speaker
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Native speaker | Twitter
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      Interested in learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently learning
    • Bethan : Edrych ymlaen I weld pay arall Sydd yn siarad Cymraeg o gwmpas yma!
      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning | Facebook
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning | Facebook
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Native speaker
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      Fluent speaker
    • Ian Melkerson: Just love the language! Clicks with me way more than Spanish ever did.
      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
    • Lyn: Su'mai? O Wyddgrug Sir Flint. Croeso I Awstralia
      Native speaker
    • Truby Hollister Jones: Wedi fy ngeni yn NZ i rhieni Cymraeg eu haith./ Born in NZ 88 years ago to Welsh speaking parents. Still speak good Welsh.
      Fluent speaker
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      Welsh group |
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      Native speaker |
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      Native speaker
    • Matt S: I am welsh, i want to learn it.
      Currently learning
    • Tony Buckney: The more the language is decried, the more incentive I have to keep on learning my own language
      Currently learning
    • Jaime: Two of my great-grandparents are from Wales.
      Interested in learning
    • Webber Design Ltd: Shwmae/Croeso - Graphic design, web design and commercial photography through the medium of Welsh (and English!).
      Welsh business | Website | Twitter
    • Joanna Davies: I am autistic adult with complexities need learning welsh and I enjoyed my welsh
      Currently learning
    • François-Félix Roy: Learning Welsh because I fell in love with it!
      Currently learning
    • Roger Jones: Interested in Welsh conversations. Please contact me os I tl n moyn siarad
      Currently learning
    • Dafydd Balston: Learned Welsh many years ago in School (Ysgol Gyfun Llanhari). I can understand it a lot better than I speak it now, after many years away!
      Welsh school
    • Per Erik Solberg: I am a linguist currently learing Welsh using grammar books and Duolingo.
      Currently learning
    • Joanna Berger: I lived in Powys, Cymru and my dad's family is from the border of Powys and Shopshire. My great-grandad spoke Welsh.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Joanna Berger: I lived in Powys, Cymru and my dad's family is from the border of Powys and Shopshire. My great-grandad spoke Welsh.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Lee Jones: I have several ancestral lines from Wales. I am now using the free online Duolingo Welsh course to learn the language.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Katie Price: I’ve been learning Welsh since moving here 9 years ago so that I can support my children in their Welsh medium education.
      Currently learning
    • Wendy Evans: Moved from SW Wales aged 12. Didn’t speak Welsh but love the country and culture so am now learning Welsh through U3A Kingborough.
      Currently learning
    • Cerys Harvey : I have learnt Welsh as a second language and am now fluent!
      Fluent speaker
    • Davydh: Learnt Welsh as well as Cornish. Started Welsh with BBC Catchphrase podcasts, went to classes when I lived in Wales for a year.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Cathy : Studying with Welsh for Adults and Say something in Welsh
      Currently learning
    • Anita: O fama, heb symud ymhell!!
      Native speaker
    • Anita: O fama, heb symud ymhell!!
      Native speaker
    • Rhys L J: Cymro Cymraeg
      Native speaker
    • James Hudspeth: Love Welsh but I wish I had more opportunities to use it.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Meirion Gwril: Hoffwn ffindio rhagor o Gymry Cymraeg yn yr ardal!
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Matthew Glass: I am a linguist interested in Celtic languages and I find Welsh to be very fun to learn.
      Currently learning
    • Cymdeithas Gymraeg Beddllwynog : Gwyl Miwsig Gymraeg - Welsh Language Music Festival
      Welsh language event | Twitter
    • Efan ap Ifor: Shwmae pawb! Dwedwch helô â fi ar twitter!
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Lles Cyf: Gweithredu'r Gymraeg - Making Welsh Work.
      Welsh business | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Phyl Griffiths: Hapus i siarad ag unrhywun yn iaith y nefoedd. // Welsh tutor - hapus i helpu 🙂
      Fluent speaker | Facebook | Twitter
    • Stephen Rule: Cymraeg am byth
      Fluent speaker | Facebook | Twitter
    • Cindy: I would like to learn Welsh! If you’re in the Pasadena area, let’s start a group!
      Interested in learning
    • Sophie Roberts: I would like to learn Welsh as two of my grandparents were Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Phil Wyman: Traveling most of the time, but Salem (and Wales) is where I land most often. Dw i'n treulio yr haf yng Nghymru, a mod i'n caru bod yno.
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
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      Native speaker | Twitter
    • Tim: Half-Welsh Hongkonger trying to learn the language of my fathers... would like to improve to a basic, conversational level
      Currently learning
    • Clwb Siarad Norfolk and Cymry Caergrawnt ( Cambridge): welsh language meet up groups (East Dereham , Norfolk and Cambridge) meet up once a month for a couple of hours for conversation practice.
      Welsh group |
    • Eirlys, age 5: I am learning welsh with my mum
      Currently learning
    • Enfys Elen: Merch y mynydd
      Fluent speaker
    • Eilian Wyn: Yn dal i garu Cymru'n well!
      Native speaker
    • Christine McSorley nee Jones: Would love to hear from others in thr Durham Clarington Northumberland area with an interest in speaking Welsh. O Sir Fon from Anglesey
      Native speaker
    • Ysgol Rhyngwladol Genefa: Yma ers 18 mlynedd. Yn hapus i glywed wrth unrywun sy eise cwmni Cymraeg.
      Native speaker
    • Mabel Jones: I went to a Welsh primary and secondary school but now spend most of my time speaking English and learning Swedish!
      Fluent speaker
    • Eirian Allport: Mae'n ardderchog gweld gymaint o siarad a dysgu Cymraeg o gwmpas y byd.
      Native speaker
    • Shan Ashton: There’ll be informal Welsh classes in Capel Curig shortly!
      Fluent speaker
    • Rhiannon Lewis: O Aberteifi yn wreiddiol, yn byw ger y Fenni nawr. From Cardigan originally but living near Abergavenny now.
      Native speaker | Website
    • Dianne Thomas: Daughter from Wales, teacher, teaching English to Chinese students
      Native speaker
    • Rhian: Newydd symud i Canada o Gogledd Cymru. Gobeitho fydd yr Ffraneg yn hawsach I ddusgu!
      Fluent speaker
    • Jennifer Bone: O bydded ir heniaith barhau ❣️
      Native speaker
    • Rwth: Cymraeg yw fy mhrif iaith. Hapus o bob cyfle i siarad Cymraeg ar benrhyn Gŵyr.
      Native speaker
    • Myrddin: O ardal Llandysul yn wreiddiol
      Native speaker
    • Rebecca Elizabeth Roberts: Swyddog y Gymraeg, cyfieithydd ac awdures. Welsh language officer, translator and author.
      Fluent speaker
    • Lee Williams: Rwy'n caru Cymraeg
      Currently learning
    • Llyr Williams: Cymro ar daith
      Native speaker
    • Ailsa McKillop: I did a Welsh for Fun evening class many years ago and would like to re-acquaint myself with the language.
      Interested in learning
    • Nigel Griffiths : Rwy’n dôd o Sir Gaerfyrddin ac wedi bôd yn byw yma ers tua chwe mlynedd
      Native speaker
    • Nor\\\\\\\'dzin Pamo: I've been learning a long time, and try my best! Hwyl!
      Currently learning
    • Rhosyn: Shwmae o'r Gwlad Y Chwyrligwgan!
      Native speaker
    • Brent Kendrick: I'm of Welsh ancestry and would love to be able to learn Welsh.
      Interested in learning
    • Maria Anna: Ieithydd wedi dysgu tipyn o Gymraeg yn Aberystwyth ac yn parhau ar fy mhen fy hunan ar hyn o bryd.
      Currently learning
    • Nyth y Kiwi: AirBnB accommodation with Welsh-speaking host, very happy to welcome 'new speakers'
      Welsh business | Website
    • Derwent Harp School: Harp lessons taught through the medium of Welsh, Adran Yr Urdd Swydd Derby.
      Fluent speaker | Facebook | Twitter
    • gareth watkins: I want welsh language voice recognition on my phone so I can dictate my business emails and social texts.
      Fluent speaker
    • RenewableUK Cymru: Cysylltu efo @davidoclubb i siarad Cymraeg
      Welsh business | Website | Twitter
    • Rhona's Guest House: Welsh speakers and learners are all welcome!
      Welsh business
    • Myfanwy : Llanelli born
      Native speaker
    • Siobhán : I am learning Welsh it is my countries language and it is important for it to continue.
      Currently learning
    • James: Love visiting Wales and would like to move there some day - and be prepared to speak the language!
      Currently learning
    • Margaret Werdermann: I am an intermediate to advanced learner of Welsh. Although I speak North Walean, I understand South Walean.
      Currently learning
    • Allan Evans: Hullo o Rotorua. Croeso bob amser yma am ein ffrindiau Cymreig brodorol.
      Native speaker
    • Bethan Price: Yn siarad Cymraeg bob dydd!
      Fluent speaker
    • Sarah: Learning Welsh with my children who are attending Welsh medium education.
      Currently learning
    • Graham Dicker: My mother was raised near Pontypool, but wasn’t a Welsh speaker.
      Interested in learning
    • Steffan Davies: Originally from Pembrokeshire - lived in Japan for 10 years and now in Portland, OR!
      Native speaker
    • Ruthanne E. Ankney: I am slowly learning the Welsh language. I hope to use the Welsh language in my storytelling and folk music.
      Currently learning
    • Arturo Roberts: I soeak Cymraeg fluently as I was raised in Patagonia (by Argentinian parents)
      Fluent speaker
    • Micah Starner: I would like to learn Welsh because it's a part of my heritage.
      Currently learning | Facebook

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