‘Hiraeth’ is a word that’s quite difficult to translate from Welsh into English. Essentially it’s a deep longing for something, especially one's home; but it’s so much more than that. For Landlord John, who resides in The Moon Under Water, it’s something he feels any time he leaves his ‘Pub of the Mind’ to return to the Earthly realm. Thankfully his feelings of hiraeth are about to be expunged as the doors of The Moon Under Water are being flung open once more to welcome this week’s guest. It’s radio presenter Huw Stephens!Huw grew up in Cardiff which, as well as being one of the all time great pub cities, is somewhere that Landlord John and the regular Robin frequented for a session in their earlier years. He’s also one of the big players on the UK music scene - if there’s a venue that Huw hasn’t been to then it’s not worth knowing about. But what would his dream pub look like? Will it have live music? Will it have a carpet? We just don’t know… yet!There are still tickets on sale for The Moon Under Water Live. There are two more dates in September, when we'll be inviting special guests to create their dream pub LIVE from a real pub (The George IV in Chiswick). Head over to moonunderpod.com for more info and to grab your tickets. The mystical realm awaits! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cyflwynydd Radio 1 a Radio Cymru Huw Stephens sydd ar y podlediad wythnos hon. Sgwrs ddiddorol a difyr gan y gwr o Gaerdydd ac ar ôl cyfarfod â Huw ar sin Maggi Noggi rhai blynyddoedd yn ôl, pleser odd cael sgwrsio am gerddoriaeth, y sin Gymraeg, Radio 1, cwis am Gaerdydd, dylanwadau a DJ'io (ie, fi'n gwybod😂). Diolch Huw! A diolch i'r awdures Marlyn Samuel Evans (Roberts) am fod mor ffab ar y bennod ddiwethaf.
Yes, yes! Welcome, welcome to episode number 16 of Le Pod. After a mere 15 episodes we are graced with the presence of radio royalty. Someone with nearly 25 years at the highest levels of the industry, and to top it all off, he's straight from the promised Welsh land. Our guest today, is none other than Huw Stephens. During our time together we mulled over the health of the Welsh Language, how up and coming bands can get the most out of an interview opportunity, and blanking Steve Coogan. As always, if you like what you hear please like and subscribe to the podcast. And if you happen to fall head over heels in love with it, pop on over to ko-fi.com/lepod and tip us as many of your hard earned pennies as you can part with. Twitter - @huwstephens Instagram - @huwstephensdj The Story of Welsh Art (BBC) - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000st2g
Huw Stephens on The Story of Welsh Art, Prequels, reaction to the covid roadmap
As the Prime Minister sets out his roadmap to ending the Covid lockdown we get reaction from Dominique Frazer, Founder of the Boileroom, a music venue in Guildford, and Hamish Moseley, Managing Director of an independent film distribution company Altitude Film Entertainment, and ask if this offers them enough information to start to plan for the year ahead.Radio Wales DJ Huw Stephens discusses is three part documentary, The Story of Welsh Art, which looks as visual art in the country more associated with poets and singers. As Nick, a prequel to The Great Gatsby is published, we speak to it's author Michael Farris Smith on why the rather retiring character Nick Carraway deserved a backstory and Professor of Literature Diane Roberts joins to discuss the appeal of the genre. Presenter: Tom SutcliffeProducer: Simon RichardsonMain Image: Huw Stephens holding a painting by Richard Wilson called Snowdon from Llyn Nantlle.Credit: BBC
Bore dy' Gwener, fydd y darlledwr Huw Stephens ar The Creative Crossroad. Byddem yn trafod sut mae e wedi llwyddo i gyrraedd y brig ym myd darlledu, ei gariad tuag at gerddoriaeth a'r pwer o roi Cymru ar lwyfan rhyngwladol. This conversational arts and culture based podcast series features some of Wales and the UK's best creative talent. Presented by Cai Morgan, photographer and content creator, this series will include a creative cross-section of some of the most forward thinking individuals. From artists to record label owners, graphic designers to photographers, join Cai as he finds out what it takes to be a groundbreaking creative in the 21st century.
Yn y sgwrs gynnes hon mae’r DJ Huw Stephens yn cymharu nodiadau gyda Tara am ddechrau eu gyrfaoedd fel teenagers, eu cariad at festivals a’u profiad o ddelio gyda'r galar o golli rhiant. Yn symud o’i sêt holi arferol i’r sêt rhannu mae Huw yn edrych nôl dros uchafbwyntiau ei siwrne hyd yma a’r rhyfeddod o ddod yn dad i‘w fab bach. Cefnogwyd y prosiect gan arian y Loteri Genedlaethol drwy Gyngor Celfyddydau Cymru. Am wybodaeth am anhwylderau iechyd meddwl, neu wybodaeth am gymorth arbenigol ewch i www.meddwl.org
Special Episode/Pennod Arbennig - Huw Stephens: Welsh Music Prize 2019
Welsh Music Podcast | Podlediad Miwsig Cymreig
We sit down with Huw Stephens, the broadcaster and Welsh Music Prize co-founder, to talk through the shortlist for the 2019 Welsh Music Prize.Neil and James also give their picks from the 12 artists and albums that are a wonderful showcase of contemporary Welsh music.Follow us on Twitter @welshmusicpod and visit www.welshmusicpodcast.co.uk for more information and to submit a track to showcase.
Clemmie's classical playlist provides Radio 1's new music champion Huw Stephens with the perfect commuter music. Plus, why it's OK to wear jeans to the opera.Huw's playlist in fullHaydn: String Quartet in G Op 76 No 1 Dobrinka Tabakova: Nocturne John Adams: Short Ride in a Fast MachineFinzi: Eclogue Verdi: Bella figlia dell'amore (from Rigoletto)Bach: Cello Suite No 2 in D minorBonus trackSogg by Amiina
Huw Stephens is our guide to the Green Man Festival in the Brecon Beacons. As a DJ Huw has been to many festivals but the Green Man is a favourite. Set in his homeland of Wales the festival is not just about rock music but also about the place in which it is set. This year festival goers are invited to spend time on the site before the music starts to get back to nature and settle into the spirit of the place. Huw meets festival goers, musicians, local food producers and druids to try to understand why hearing music in the great outdoors can be such a powerful experience.