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A century after the death of Hedd Wyn, the poet from Trawsfynydd who grew to become one of Wales's greatest icons, the National Poet of Wales Ifor ap Glyn traces his fascinating life story in a special documentary Hedd Wyn: Canrif o Gofio.
The programme will be broadcast on S4C on Wednesday 6 September, one hundred years to the day that the poet won the chair for his poem 'Arwr' (translation: Hero), at the 1917 Birkenhead National Eisteddfod.
Ifor ap Glyn will follow in the footsteps of Hedd Wyn from the Trawsfynydd area to Litherland near Liverpool, where he was trained for the army; then to Fléchin in France from where he sent his poem to the Eisteddfod; and to the Ieper area in Belgium where he died on the battlefield.