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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      Native speaker
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      Native speaker
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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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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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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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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently 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
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      Currently learning
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      Native speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Welsh class
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning | Twitter
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning | Twitter
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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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      Native speaker | Facebook
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    • Mary Bateman : Helo 🙂 Mary dw i. Dechreuais ddysgu Cymraeg ym mis mawrth 2018, am roeddwn i eisiau ystudiau y lleoli chwedlau arthuriaidd.
      Currently learning
    • Penny Murfin: In 3rd year of learning Welsh!😀 #oldie
      Currently learning
    • Jesse : I'm learning Welsh because my ancestry is Welsh and I want to return the Welsh language to my descendants.
      Currently learning
    • Thom: Bore da! Dw i'n dod am Sir y Fflint a bwy yn Bratislafa heddiw.
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Avrila Frazier: Lots of Welsh in my family tree but we lost the language several generations ago -- I'm trying to fix that.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Alex Pelusi: I would love to connect with other Welsh learners and/or speakers, as well as other admirers of Welsh culture
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Daniel: I am learning Welsh because a good amount of my ancestry is from there. Also, I just like languages.
      Currently learning
    • Simon Mackenzie: I'd like to have online chats with anyone else willing to practice and use Welsh.
      Fluent speaker
    • Deelicious Batista: Bing bang bong
      Native speaker
    • Chad Long: Fascinated by languages and want to learn more!
      Interested in learning
    • Tony Buckney : Determined to one day be able to read, converse and understand my own language. It's so very important to me
      Currently learning
    • Tony Buckney : Determined to one day be able to read, converse and understand my own language. It's so very important to me
      Currently learning
    • Alwyn Griffith: Cymro cymraeg
      Native speaker
    • Paolo Mandala: I'm learning Welsh because of King Arthur.
      Currently learning
    • Alan: Sais sy'n dysgu Cymraeg, rhywle yn Swydd Rydychen.
      Currently learning
    • Marvin Johanning: I am learning Welsh since I have been to Wales before and found its history and culture fascinating.
      Currently learning
    • Kodiak Clarke: Would love to learn with a speaker to go back and forth to help me get a handle on the language!
      Interested in learning
    • Martin Arnold: Learning with Say something in Welsh and really enjoying it. Would love to meet up with other speakers in the area (Guildford/Surrey)
      Currently learning
    • Emma: I'm learning Welsh because 1. I love the show Torchwood, 2. I'd like to visit Wales someday, and 3. The language is so cool!
      Currently learning
    • Daniel: I have some Breton heritage, and I'm currently learning both Welsh and Breton.
      Currently learning
    • Rhode Island Welsh Society: Check out their FB page
      Welsh group
    • Andrew Robinson: Just trying to connect with a friend.
      Currently learning
    • Gareth Dixon : Cymro Cymraeg yn byw yma ers 20 mlynedd
      Native speaker | Twitter

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