Thank Huw it’s Friday.

That means another magnificent music competition.

With St David’s Day being celebrated earlier this week by our Celtic cousins, now is the time to ask: What’s your favourite song by a Welsh musician or band?

Here’s mine.

Reply below to be in with a chance of winning a tafftacular €20 voucher redeemable at any Currys PC World branch.

The winner will be chosen by my alter ego.

Lines close at Saturday 11am.

Nick says
: Pob lwc! (Good luck!)

Last week’s winner here.

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Irish busker singing you’ve got a friend in me to an autistic child on the Luas (Tram) ♥ from r/HumansBeingBros

Maccers writes:

Spotted this on Reddit and just thought it was nice for a Friday, I don’t know any of the people in it or who posted it. The little squeals of delight out of the boy make it lovely. That is the Luas Green line, just pulling out of Broombridge. And the comments say the busker is called Mick McLoughin.

Behold: the 1972 Ferrari Dino 246/GT – this one formerly owned by Williams F1 Team founder Sir Frank Williams.

Though it didn’t wear the Cavallino Rampante badge, the Dino was pure Ferrari with a mighty 192bhp 2.4l V6 mid-mounted engine capable of a more-than-respectable 0-100km/h in 7.1 seconds.

This immaculately preserved survivor can be yours for a mere €395,000.

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This morning.

Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien goes for a stroll on Ballbriggan Beach before he announced the  Dublin projects to be funded under ‘Call 2’ of the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF).

To wit:

Meanwhile…

FIGHT!

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This afternoon.

Clarendon Street, Dublin 2.

Meanwhile…

Anyone?

RollingNews

Earlier: Come On Ireland

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A 1985 ad for General Electric rightly identified by We Are The Mutants as having the most amount of 80s any ad from the 80s could possibly have. Imagine the film Krull starring Jon Bon Jovi in suede lace-up boots. You’re not even close. To wit:

Only in a decade as contradictory as the 1980s would one of America’s most respectable and historic companies spend nearly a million dollars on a commercial depicting new wave “adventurers” in a post-apocalyptic “third millennium” wasteland as part of a last ditch campaign to save its fatally outmatched consumer electronics line. The company was General Electric, and the commercial was aimed squarely, even obnoxiously, at the nascent MTV generation.

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