dailingual

Broadcaster, editor and translator

Real name Wyn Williams, Wyn invented his 'dai lingual' persona in 2011 in order to build his freelance portfolio; which he's never quite managed to display on his own dailingual.com website with any great refinement due to the numerous successful - and unsuccessful - projects he's managed since that time.

In the 2020s, Wyn will try to prioritise family, friends and sport over work in his diary.

Wyn often wonders what people who don't have a name that sounds like an imperative verb do with their lives.

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The Top Ten Ways to Be The Best You Can Be

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It’s a Slow Life

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in Tune

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Taking the Middle Path

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Are You Managing Risk Effectively?

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Why do we Cry?

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Keep your eye on the ball!

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Time’s Up

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Not Home Now

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Keeping on Track during the Covid Crisis

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What’s your burning ambition?

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Eating Your Way Through The Coronavirus

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Looking to the light

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How to be Top Cat when you’re working from home

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Making the Most of the global pandemic

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Soldiering On in the face of The Coronavirus

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To co-work or not to co-work?

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Surprised by Joy

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Nick Cave fans wait eagerly for enlightenment
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What’s the meaning, what’s the meaning of life?

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Take a breather

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How bilingualism can help you think clearly

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