Nhs And Me, The [Radio Wales]

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20180705

Voices from across Wales share why the NHS has been such an important part in their lives.

As BBC Radio Wales marks 70 years of the NHS, renowned harpist Catrin Finch brings together voices from across Wales as they share why the National Health Service has played such an important part in their lives.

Aneira Thomas, the first person born on the NHS back in 1948, shares how the National Health Service has been by her side throughout her life and we hear the emotional story of Nia Parry's childbirth at at Ysbyty Gwynedd.

Jessica Pope opens up about being supported by the NHS when her husband was diagnosed with testicular cancer and medical student Shaun Kellam looks ahead to the future of the National Health Service in Wales.

Catrin will also share her own experiences of receiving treatment from Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff after being diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year.

20180705

Voices from across Wales share why the NHS has been such an important part in their lives.

As BBC Radio Wales marks 70 years of the NHS, renowned harpist Catrin Finch brings together voices from across Wales as they share why the National Health Service has played such an important part in their lives.

Aneira Thomas, the first person born on the NHS back in 1948, shares how the National Health Service has been by her side throughout her life and we hear the emotional story of Nia Parry's childbirth at at Ysbyty Gwynedd.

Jessica Pope opens up about being supported by the NHS when her husband was diagnosed with testicular cancer and medical student Shaun Kellam looks ahead to the future of the National Health Service in Wales.

Catrin will also share her own experiences of receiving treatment from Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff after being diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year.

As BBC Radio Wales celebrates 70 years of the NHS, voices from across Wales share why the National Health Service has played such an important part in their lives.

Aneira Thomas, the first person born on the NHS back in 1948, shares how the National Health Service has been by her side throughout her life and we hear the emotional story of Nia Parry's childbirth at at Ysbyty Gwynedd.

Jessica Pope opens up about being supported by the NHS when her husband was diagnosed with testicular cancer and medical student Shaun Kellam looks ahead to the future of the National Health Service in Wales.