Something small but significant happened in the history of the Welsh Language yesterday, something that didn't get a lot of attention beyond the borders of the rhithfro
: The first installment of Siaradog.com
was broadcasted, a show that is exclusive to the web. Forget about Friday Night with Jonathon Ross
, here's Friday Morning with Aneirin Karadog
. The show is only 16 minutes long, but I'm pretty sure it will prove to be the first of many such web-based programmes to come.Aneirin Karadog
As on Mr Ross's show, guests sit on a sofa and are interviewed in a relaxed atmosphere -although they aren't introduced by four gay men and a piano- and the programme closes with a live musical performance (at least it does on the first show).
On the sofa this time was Nia Medi (formerly of the Johnny Panics), a very attractive girl and a talented musician (Im going to describe all the girls on the show this way because Im in my thirties and single), and also Catrin Dafydd, the author of the book Pili Pala
which is one of this year's candidates for the Welsh Book of the Year, a very attractive girl and a talented novelist (I told you so).
Well done Siaradog.com!