Two Welsh coal-mining brothers win a trip to London to claim a monetary prize. They are supposed to meet a newspaper reporter who will be their escort. Instead, the brothers are launched into an adventure with some London riff-raff. It is up to the reporter to look out for the brothers, and what a job it turns out to be! Written by
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Did You Know?
Actual Station Name for Hafod uwchben ceubwll y marchog coch, was Nant y Moel Station, Ogmore Vale, South Wales.Station has long disappeared. Word for word translation of fictitious station is,, House Above The Hole in the Field of The Red Knight See more
David 'Dai Number 9' Jones
What's ten bob to a man with two hundred pounds? Chicken feed is ten bob!
Thomas 'Twm' Jones
Chicken feed is counted as well as chickens.
References Passport to Pimlico
All Through the Night (Ar Hyd Y Nos)
Traditional Welsh folk tune
Lyrics by John Ceiriog Hughes
Arranged by Ernest Irving
Sung by Meredith Edwards
at the Amateur Night and heard as a theme on the train trip home See more