Have you heard the one about the Welsh farmer called Dai? If you have, then it was probably about that popular Cockney-turned-Cardi, Dai Jones, Llanilar.
In his autobiography, the farmer, singer and television presenter celebrates a life led to the full on humble homesteads and concert stages the world over. It is a life that has seen him star at the National Eisteddfod, the Royal Smithfield Show and the International Sheepdog Trials. Indeed, his dedication to all that is best in Welsh rural life was marked during the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show's centenary celebrations when he received the Sir Brynner Jones Memorial Award for his contribution to Welsh agriculture.
First published in Welsh, by popular demand it has now been translated and adapted by writer and broadcaster Lyn Ebeneser, another whose roots are deep in the soil of Cardiganshire.