Programmes made by Paul Evans since the formation of Harvard Productions.

  • Cân y Ffordd Euraidd/Song of the Golden Road:The Golden Road is a name given to the ancient walkway which traverses the seven-mile ridge of Mynydd Preseli (the Preseli Mountains) running from Foel Drygarn to Bwlch-Gwynt in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

    In response to PLANED's National Lottery Heritage funded Ein Cymdogaeth Werin - Preseli Heartlands Communities project, this bilingual radio ballad is co-produced with SPAN Arts.

  • '1917, Revolution: Agitation Through Education': Two programmes presented by Prof. Peter Stead examining the link between the growing Marxist movement and workers’ education in South Wales through the period of the Russian Revolution.
  • 'Sinn Féin University, North Wales Campus' for BBC Radio Wales: Frongoch internment camp near Bala was a makeshift place of imprisonment during the First World War. Until 1916 it housed German prisoners of war in an abandoned distillery and crude huts, but in the wake of the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin, Ireland, the German prisoners were moved and it was used as a place of internment for approximately 1,800 Irish prisoners, among them such notables as Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith. They were accorded the status of prisoners of war.
  • 'Closing the Door on Music': Tenor, Wyn Evans looks at the scientific research into how learning a musical instrument effects the brain, and whether cutting music tuition in schools is a foolish economy.
  • Doves & Hawks: Three part series for BBC Radio Wales  looking at the growth and consequences of pacifism in Wales during the First World War presented by Aled Eirug.
  • 'Gresford': Paul Evans commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Gresford mining disaster.
  • 'Rosie's World': Four programmes in which Thalidomide affected Rosie Moriarty-Simmonds compares the world in which she was brought up, to that of today.
  • 'The Poor Hands of Bert Coombes': Prof. Peter Stead looks at how the autobiography of South Wales miner Bert Coombes influenced social and political change when it was published in 1939.
  • 'The Archbishop of Canterbury, Between Two Fields': On the 23rd March 2012, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams gave a lecture in the heart of the Preseli  Hills, on the subject of Poetry and Peacemaking. The peacemaker in question was pacifist, anti-war campaigner and Quaker, Waldo Williams, one of the foremost Welsh language poets of the twentieth century, and whose poetry Dr Williams has himself translated. Paul Evans presents a special programme for Remembrance Day in which Dr Rowan Williams and those who keep his memory, poetry and ideals alive, recall Waldo Williams who “lived amongst us, and we didn’t realise how great a man he was.”
  • Over 100 editions of Airing Pain for Pain Concern

Video Production.

Other Work.

  • Presentation to the International Association for the Study of Pain conference , August 26th 2012, in Milan.
  • Various talks and presentations on managing chronic pain at university and health care professional levels.
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