West Glamorgan accent: Rhodri Rees Lewis talks about his ambition to play rugby for Wales

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English

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About the speaker

Rhodri Rees Lewis (b.1983/12/10; male, sixth-form student)
Title:
West Glamorgan accent: Rhodri Rees Lewis talks about his ambition to play rugby for Wales
Date:
1999
Duration:
4:16
Format:
Sound recording
Language:
English
Copyright:
© BBC
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Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
C900/13531

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