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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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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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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      Native speaker
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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
    • The London Welsh Centre : The London Welsh Centre
      Interested in learning
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Fluent speaker
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      Native speaker
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Welsh group
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      Currently learning
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      Native speaker
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      Native speaker
    • Ysgol Uwchradd Glan Clwyd: Yr ysgol uwchradd Gymraeg gyntaf yng Nghymru. Sefydlwyd ym 1956. The first Welsh language secondary school in Wales. Established in 1956.
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      Fluent speaker
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      Native speaker
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      Fluent speaker
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      Fluent speaker
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    • Gareth Jones: Cymro o gogledd dwyrain Cymru yma yn gogledd dwyrain Llundain.
      Fluent speaker | Facebook | Twitter
    • Gary gwallt: Gary gwallt
      Fluent speaker
    • Guto Rhys: Contact gutorhys@yahoo.com for classes and Welsh language group.
      Native speaker
    • Kim Jones: Im half Welsh and love the language! Dw i'n hoffi dysgu Cymraeg!!!!
      Currently learning
    • henddraig: I am in exile and value my language more as it helps with the hiraeth!
      Currently learning
    • Wendy Henderson: Dwi'n athrawes gerdd. Wedi byw yn Dubai ers 1995!
      Native speaker
    • Gregg Ashcroft: Dwi'n ddysgwr o'r iaith sy'n chwilio am fwy o gyfleuoedd i'w siarad o. Dwi'n dwad o Lancashire a ron i'n byw yn Gatalwnia am 4 blynedd.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Lowri Catrin Jones: Siardwraig Cymraeg yn gweithio i Fenter Iaith Sir Caerffili.
      Fluent speaker
    • Huw Rowlands: Gweithio i mudiad Cymraeg, i gynyddu denfydd Cymraeg o fewn busnesoedd ardal Caerffili.
      Fluent speaker
    • Huw Owen: Tiwtor Cymraeg i Oedolion yn ardal Aberystwyth.
      Fluent speaker
    • Ashley Owen: Ces i fy ngheni yn Nashville, TN, ond symudais i Gymru yn 2012. Nashville, TN native, living in Waes since 2012.
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Non Jones: Cymraes yng Nghaeredin - sa'n dda gen i gyfarfod eraill yma!
      Native speaker
    • Tomos williams: Would be great to have help to teach my daughter welsh in a mainly English speaking area.
      Fluent speaker
    • Gregg Ashcroft: Dwi'n ddysgwr o'r iaith sy'n chwilio am fwy o gyfleuoedd i'w siarad ac ymarfer o! A lancashire lad living in Wales.
      Currently learning
    • Ieuan Rhys: Welsh first language as is with my two boys.
      Native speaker
    • Eleanor Smith: Learner studying medieval Welsh as well
      Currently learning
    • Wyn Thomas: A oes ‘na Gymry eraill yn Cambodia?
      Fluent speaker
    • Ann Harris: Ysgol Gyfun Llanhari
      Welsh school
    • Sigrid Schultz-Kokerbeck: Dyn ni'n treilio ein gwiliau bob blwyddyn ger Y Fenny - dw i'n caru Cymru, felly roedd rhaid i fi dysgy Cymraeg hefyd!
      Currently learning
    • Bethan: O Aberystwyth i Bacchus Marsh
      Native speaker
    • Andrew Evans: Native speaker with a bilingual child and learner wife.
      Native speaker
    • Deiniol Carter: I'm a Cornishman who has learnt Welsh as an adult.
      Fluent speaker
    • Vicky : Would be amazing to speak Welsh somewhere near in London. Dwi'n fraidd yn rhydlyd!
      Fluent speaker
    • Megan Jones: Yn siarad Cymraeg gyda Dadi a fy mrawd. Wedi byw yn Lausanne ers cefais fy eni yn 2007
      Fluent speaker
    • International House Bristol: Croeso i bawb i'n dosbarthiadau Cymraeg. Everyone is welcome to join our Welsh classes.
      Welsh class | Website
    • Carolyn Francis: From Letterston in Pembrokeshire. Been in Victoria for 8 and a half years.
      Native speaker
    • Benjamin: Dwi'n siarad Cymraeg yn rhugl.
      Fluent speaker
    • Dafydd Pugh: Cymro Cymraeg o'r cymmoedd
      Fluent speaker
    • Rebecca Black: Keen to meet more people close to me learning or speaking Welsh! I fell in love with Snowdonia as a child...
      Currently learning
    • Pittsburgh St. David\'s Society: Classes held through Spring and Autumn terms. See site or contact us for further details.
      Welsh class | Website | Facebook
    • Jessica Davies: Dysgwr ers 2015, dw i'n wedi adrodd yn NAFOW 2017 yn iaith fy nhad-daid. Dw i'n wrth fy modd yn rhannu ein hiaith!
      Currently learning
    • Gillian Law: From Cardiff and have learnt Welsh in school and college in the past, loving being able to learn again even though I'm living in England.
      Currently learning
    • Russell Jones: Cyn dysgwr
      Fluent speaker
    • Leia: Amser i fi stopi dweud "dysgwyr"...
      Interested in learning | Twitter
    • Leri: Cymraes o Eryri
      Native speaker
    • Bob Brewster: A long time learner,determined to be able to converse with my grandchildren
      Currently learning
    • Edward Evans: Dw i'n trio'n dysgu Cymraeg. Yn araf.
      Currently learning
    • Edward Evans: Dw i'n trio'n dysgu Cymraeg. Yn araf.
      Currently learning
    • Jenny Dale: Live between Norfolk and North Wales - loving my Welsh learning journey
      Currently learning
    • Geraint H: Fluent Welsh speaker living in Newcastle under lyme
      Fluent speaker
    • Huw Davies: Yn enedigol o Sir Benfro
      Native speaker
    • Bari: Born in Wales and grew up in Canada. Trying to get back to my roots!
      Currently learning
    • kim erswell: Dwi'n breuddwyd o brynu tŷ yng Ngwynedd.
      Fluent speaker
    • Louise Houghton: I moved to Wales 2 years ago, hard to find a class at the right time to suit. I have learnt a little from friends so try and speak with them
      Interested in learning | Twitter

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