MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell will be performing the Welsh National Anthem as part of the celebration heralding the end of the "100 Welsh Heroes" project.
Phil will be on the first show, playing the Welsh National Anthem. The second show is a highlights/debate show.
The details are as follows:
Monday, March 1, 2004:
7:15 p.m. - Wedi 7, S4C
9:45 p.m. - 100 Arwyr Cymru: Y Canlyniad, S4C
And on the radio:
7:00 p.m. - "Nichola Heywood Thomas Show", BBC Radio Wales (93-104 FM, 882 and 657 AM, digital TV and digital radio).
Listen on the web at this location.
Campbell, originally from Pontypridd, was one of the top nominees on the "100 Welsh Heroes" web site after the official MOTÖRHEAD site put a link on it and urged fans to vote for him.
The web site, "100 Welsh Heroes", was officially launched by Alun Pugh AM, the minister for culture, sport and languages in Wales, in September and invited people to nominate their heroes in five areas, according to the BBC News.
Nominations closed on December 1, when a top 100 list was drawn up for people to vote for the Welsh person they most admire.
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