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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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Welsh school
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      Native speaker
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Fluent speaker
    • Gareth Jones: Yn Llundain ers 2004
      Native speaker
    • Caitlin Sussman: The grad program I was going to that would've taught me Welsh was cancelled, so for now I'm on my own!
      Currently learning
    • Paul E. DOrmont: Family from Merthyr Tydfil
      Interested in learning
    • Carl Finch: I’ve been learning Welsh for 6 years now and would say I’m around 75% fluent. Cymru am byth!
      Currently learning
    • Shruti Kulkarni: Dw i'n mwynhau dysgu Cymraeg!
      Currently learning
    • JAN WHITFORD: I am part of a group of keen learners, some of whom like me were born and raised in Wales, who meet weekly at U3A Kingston, Tasmania.
      Currently learning
    • M Davies: Native from Ceredigion.
      Native speaker
    • Aneirin Owens: S’mai?!
      Native speaker
    • Carris Hughes: Carris Hughes lives 6 km north west of Barros Arana in a 3 acres farm with her husband Rev. José S Pulgar. Carris is original from Chubut.
      Fluent speaker
    • Martin Williams: Gwreiddiol o Bryncrug sydd rhyw dwy filltir o Tywyn. Da gweld rhai o ni’n Gymro’n byw yn Brisbane.
      Native speaker | Twitter
    • teresa: Learning through duolingo
      Currently learning
    • Sarah: I want to speak this fascinating language
      Interested in learning
    • Sara Rushton: Yn wreiddiol o Sir Fon. Mae ganddom fab sydd yn 3 oed, hoffwn gwrdd gyda siaradwyr eraill Cymraeg ar yr ynys!
      Native speaker
    • Sara Rushton: Yn wreiddiol o Sir Fon. Mae ganddom fab sydd yn 3 oed, hoffwn gwrdd gyda rhieni eraill Cymraeg ar yr ynys!
      Native speaker
    • Sara Rushton: Does dim llawer yn siarad Cymraeg yma! Yn wreiddiol o SirFon. Mae gen i fab sydd yn3 oed, hoffwn gwrdd gyda rhieni eraill Cymraeg ar yr ynys
      Native speaker
    • Darren: I spent 4 years learning Cymraeg in Coleg Ial, Wrecsam and sometimes also use Duolingo to learn more.
      Currently learning
    • Stephen Hughes: Dwi'n dod o Wallasey ond byw yn Burnley. Yn hoffi iawn Cymru a Cymraeg!
      Currently learning
    • Rhys James: Fi'n byw yn Argentina ar hyn o bryd, ond geni yng Nghymru. Mae llawer o siaradwr Cymraeg o'r Wladdfa a Patagonia wedi symud yma hefyd!
      Fluent speaker
    • Jamie: Byw yng Nghastell Nedd ond dw i'n siarad fel Gog!
      Currently learning
    • Sophie Claussen: I am German, living in Norway, and a hobby linguist. I love Welsh just because I find it utterly beautiful. 🙂 I mostly sing in Welsh atm.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Iain: Safon O blyneddoedd yn ôl
      Currently learning
    • Lauren Battrick: Still speaking Welsh after many years of few to talk to! Probably rustier than I think!
      Fluent speaker

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