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1.6 - The Future

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Over the course of the project, the interview subjects were given free reign to speak about whatever they wished. However, all subjects were asked - at the end of their interviews - the same question; what are your hopes, fears, or ideas for the future of Wales?

This episode is the last in the current series, This Foul Earth will return later this year. Thank you for listening.

Title introduction by Cliff Cumber. Music written/performed by John Tucker. 

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