The Wild Cliffs of St David’s

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A cliff edge walk at St. David’s in Pembrokeshire with artists Jackie Morris and Tamsin Abbott who are creating a book of illuminated folk stories. Jackie is writing the words and Tamsin is creating original pieces of stained glass for the book’s artwork. Jackie is an artist and writer possibly best known for her illustrations in The Lost Words, a large and beautiful book about language and nature. Tamsin is an established stained glass artist and illustrator inspired by the natural world. As they ramble along the coast, Clare hears about their new project – Wild Folk: Tales from the Stones – seven ‘fables of transformation and power summoned from the ancient stones beneath our feet’. Inhabiting the pages are selkies and salmon, a great white raven, a huge black fox and a woman who lives as an owl. Wild Folk doesn’t exist quite yet’ It’s being crowd-funded and will be available in 2025. They began their walk at Whitesands carpark and walked cliff-side towards the Coetan Arthur burial chamber on St. David’s Head. Presenter: Clare Balding Producer: Karen Gregor

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