The Wales Africa Links team are assembling a 'compendium' of links to media, photographs and film coverage surrounding Desmond Tutu's 'Wales for Africa' visits this week. We hope you will find this useful, if you spot any coverage, online images or film not included here please let send to email@example.com. Many thanks to Welsh Government Press Office for sharing media monitoring. For a 'blow-by-blow' account of Desmond Tutu's trip, view our twitter feed at www.twitter.com/walesafricalink, follow the hashtag
#tutuwales, or view the Welsh Government's 'Storify' Feed which brings together articles, pictures, tweets and facebook statuses through the visit.
CREDITS - Well done and thankyou to all the organisations and individuals involved in making Desmond Tutu's visit to Wales such a success:
DESMOND TUTU'S VISIT IN PHOTOGRAPHS
DESMOND TUTU'S VISIT ON TV / IN FILM
"Wales for Africa - 7 years in" Short film produced by TagliaTelly to celebrate the achievements of the Wales Africa movement, premiered on 25th Oct 2012 by Desmond Tutu and First Minister Carwyn Jones: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueXWzsYGHBs&list=FLqLR2NQK4a7P6dwsn02srng&index=1&feature=plpp_video
BBC News Online, 10PM (www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-20090472)
Desmond Tutu has been in Wales to celebrate the country's links with Africa. The Archbishop visited a school, hospital and charity projects.
ITV News Online (http://www.itv.com/news/wales/2012-10-25/archbishop-tutu-visit-celebrates-welsh-links-with-africa/) - 'Archbishop Tutu visit celebrates Welsh links with Africa' Archbishop Desmond Tutu will celebrate the links between Wales and Africa, on a visit to Wales today. The anti-apartheid activist and former winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is meeting people here who have been involved in efforts to reduce poverty across ...
BBC News Online, 2PM (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-20085872). Archbishop Tutu has started his tour of Wales by attending an assembly at Cardiff's Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr, which has links with groups in Lesotho.
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DESMOND TUTU'S VISIT IN THE PRESS
BBC News Online Thurs 25th Oct 8PM (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-20074122) - "Archbishop Desmond Tutu's Wales for Africa Visit" Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cardiff for Wales for Africa visit. Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu is in Wales to meet people trying to improve lives in Africa.
Western Mail Archbishop Desmond Tutu thanked the people of Wales yesterday for helping in the fight against apartheid. He will tour the Welsh Government building in Cathays Park later today (WM p10).
WalesOnline Desmond Tutu echoes Martin Luther King as he urges Wales to dream The retired Anglican Archbishop was speaking at the Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr school in Fairwater, Cardiff, as he started a whistlestop tour of South Wales with the First Minister Carwyn Jones - saying that young people were "idealistic" enough to ...
Western Mail + WalesOnline. Article by Welsh Education Minister Leighton Andrews
TODAY is a very special day as we welcome the world renowned activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu to Wales to recognise the achievements of our Wales for Africa programme. His official engagements include a visit to Valleys ...
Aberdare Online - Four Welsh Charities win 250k grant to Improve Healthcare in Uganda. The THET funding announcement coincides with a visit by the former Archbishop of Cape Town and social rights activist Desmond Tutu to the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, in Llantrisant, today (October 23) to learn more about PONT’s work in Mbale.
Daily Post - Tutu visit marks Africa projects
ARCHBISHOP Desmond Tutu will take part in a whistle stop tour of south Wales today to mark special links with Africa (pg 2).
South Wales Evening Post - Honour as activist archbishop visits. NHS staff, school pupils and youngsters who have benefited from Welsh Government-backed links with Africa will get a special visit from the Archbishop Desmond Tutu as he begins a whistle-stop tour of Wales in Cardiff today (pg 11).
South Wales Echo - Archbishop Desmond Tutu received a standing ovation yesterday as he mentioned a South Wales town that helped South Africans free themselves from apartheid, (pg 14&15).
The Wave - http://www.thewave.co.uk/news/local/desmond-tutu-visits-wales/
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DESMOND TUTU'S VISIT ON RADIO
BBC Radio Good Morning Wales, 8AM (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-20054373)
Interview with Life for African Mothers' Angela Gorman. Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu is due to arrive in Wales later ahead of a series of meetings on Thursday with people involved in the Wales for Africa programme.
BBC Radio Wales 07.00 / 8.00 / 9.00 am news bulletins Desmond Tutu will meet Carwyn Jones later today as he makes a whistle-stop tour of Wales. He has praised the Wales for Africa programme.
Real Radio News - 12pm
Welsh schoolchildren will meet anti-apartheid campaigner Archbishop Desmond Tutu later. He's on a tour of Wales to see how a joint Welsh-African programme is improving lives in Africa.
BBC Radio Wales - 1:00pm
Nobel peace prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu is in Wales to recognise the work of the Wales-Africa project.
BBC Wales Today - 1:30pm
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is in Wales today to see how the Wales-Africa Programme is developing links between the people of Wales and Africa.
ITV Wales News - 1.55pm
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is on a whistle stop tour of Wales, as a guest of the First Minister, to see how successful the Welsh Government's Wales for Africa programme has become.
Radio Cymru 5pm
Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu is in Wales meeting people trying to improve lives in Africa. He went to assembly at Cardiff's Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr, which has ties with Lesotho.
BBC Wales Today - 6:30pm
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has been in Wales today to celebrate our links with Africa, visiting a school, hospital and charity project. The Archbishop praises the work of the Wales for Africa campaign and talks about the difference it has made.
Desmond Tutu begins tour of Wales today
NHS staff, school pupils and youngsters who have benefitted from Welsh Government backed links with Africa will get a special visit from the Archbishop Desmond Tutu as he begins a whistle-stop tour of Wales today. The world renowned activist and Nobel ...