I've been a bit neglectful of it of late, but I always used to be a regular listener of Gari Wyn's business programme on Monday lunchtimes. Not that I'm particularly interested in business, but Gari is such a nice clear speaker, and his enthusiasm is infectious. I thought it was "hen amser" to catch up with him and listened to this:
Now my knowledge of Welsh geography (or any geography come to that) is so abysmal that I had no idea that Llangefni was the county town of Sir Fôn. Turns out it's pretty much in the centre of the island. During the programme I suddenly noticed a mention of "Mr Lloyd". As I knew by now we were talking about part of Ynys Môn, I wondered if this had been some sort of reference to Rownd a Rownd. But I hadn't been 100% mentally focused when listening the first time, so I might have missed the relevant references.
When I listened a 2nd time, it became pretty clear (I think) that this was some other (real) "Mr Lloyd", and nothing to do with RaR. (pity ).
So, a bit of a red-herring then, but it got me thinking as to why we never seem to hear anything about Llangefni, since it's only just up the road from Menai Bridge. By contrast, we are always hearing about Bangor (admittedly, a lot closer).
It's possible of course that there might be filming sometimes in Llangefni, but it doesn't get credited. (Has anyone who knows the place ever spotted it?).
There was an episode once in which Iris and Arthur went to Beaumaris, but that's about the only time I remember the programme specifically going to a different named part of Ynys Môn.