Part one of a documentary about a 250 year old music tradition from the coast of Labrador. When German Moravian missionaries sailed into Inuit communities with freshly written musical scores by Bach, Handel and others, they couldn’t have forseen the long lasting impact that music would have on the identity of the Inuit of Nunatsiavut. Angela Antle travels to Hopedale to explore the history and meet the new generation of Inuit singers..
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The ball squirted away. His breath went away, like the ball a terrible stillness pervaded him and then, at the onset of panic, his breath came back again. His lips sprayed wetness and he was grateful for the sweet cool air that filled his lungs.
But this try symbolised much more than the sport itself, for it was also a poetic expression of the Welsh identity. In a game of brute force, here was a glimpse of grace and beauty something that was entirely in keeping with the lyricism that could be found at the heart of industrial Wales. In this programme, singer Cerys Matthews will reveal why this try is so celebrated to this day in Wales and will unearth the untold story behind it..