Rhodri Talfan Davies
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Should we hear Welsh on BBC One Wales? asks Rhodri Talfan Davies

People's use of Welsh should be better reflected on English language programmes made by BBC Wales, says its director.

Rhodri Talfan Davies says the fall in the number of people speaking Welsh has also led to challenges in broadcasting.

His comments were made in a speech at the Celtic Media Festival in Swansea.

In an interview with BBC Radio Wales afterwards, he asked: "Is it right that we scarcely hear Welsh spoken on BBC One Wales?"

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  • 25 Apr 2013