Aled Lewis Evans

The interviewee says that Saturday night's programmes were important when he was young, and that dramas and disasters made the biggest impression. He remembers the Aberfan disaster when he was a child, and understood later that this was the first disaster to be televised. He remembers the Investiture and says that he did not understand its significance at the time.He watched the results of the 1997 Referendum by the library in Wrexham, there was a big screen showing a concert from Cardiff. He stayed at home to watch the launch of S4C and feels pleased that everything went well and says he gets a feeling of belonging as there are familiar faces on the channel. Discussing the Miners' Strike he says that one would be more likely to accept the words of the media at the time but he would be more analytical afterwards.

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