@dee I was wrong, Michael is number 1330! Nice number - diolch @Eigentime, so a rush -
Columbia, S.Georgia, USA - Access to S4C is crucial to the intellectual life and the cohesion of the Welsh speaking diaspora and Welsh speakers of Welsh ancestry.
Graz, Austria (lovely place!)
Look, look, one of the diaspora? - Esquel, Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina
Dublin, Ireland - wanting to enjoy learning, I think! says The wonderful Welsh language must be supported
Sherwood, Oregon, USA
Cheltenham, Glos - The Welsh diaspora greatly value their music, poetry and literature. With completely porous borders it is obvious that many Welsh speakers live outside Wales, but want to keep in touch with the culture through S4C . If Sky and internet users are not counted a falsely low picture is given of the demand for S4C, Also, our living language is part of the rich mixed heritage of Great Britain which is a help to tourism and should be cherished.
UK - place unsecified
Gladsville, NSW, Australia
EDIT - That last one is actually Gladwsville, but when I noticed and Googled, it says "Gladesville". so Gladesville it must be!