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Guto Roberts – actor, writer, local historian – here records in detail the dwellings and religious and commercial buildings of Aberdaron.
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A journey to the end of the Ll_n peninsula, being a detailed record of the dwellings and religious and commercial premises of Aberdaron, once the last stop for pilgrims on their way to Bardsey Island where 20,000 saints are reputed to lie buried. Filmed by Guto Roberts of Rhoslan, near Cricieth, an actor known and loved for his role as 'Fo' in the hugely popular 1970s BBC Wales sitcom 'Fo a Fe', who was perhaps making a pilgrimage of his own.