Yesterday Eve and Kai faced their fears, and completed the challenges set to raise money for Dewi’s Dreams!
DONE!!! SMASHED!!! pic.twitter.com/J0AGcEjlJu
— Kai Owen (@KaiKaiOwen) July 11, 2015
Kai broadcasted a few moments of their journey on Periscope – these videos can still be seen on his account (@KaiKaiOwen), if you missed them yesterday. Although the challenges have finished, the fundraising hasn’t – so please donate what you can to either Eve & Kai’s Just Giving page, or Dewi’s Just Giving page!
There is only one day to go until Eve and Kai complete their nightmare challenges in Snowdonia to raise money for Dewi’s Dreams! They will both be hiking up Mount Snowdon, zip-wiring across the mountain range and doing ‘The Big Bounce’. The video below explains more in-depth about what Eve and Kai will be doing, and about Dewi James and his family.
Please donate what you can to Eve & Kai’s Just Giving page! Throughout the challenge Kai may be vlogging on Periscope (@KaiKaiOwen), and our Facebook page will also be frequently updated with the latest news. You can also find information about the fundraising, under the hashtags #EveAndKaisNightmare and #HelpDewi on Twitter.
(Artwork in header image by Hannah Thorrington)
Yesterday on BBC Radio Wales, Eve, Deb and Robert (Dewi’s parents) were interviewed by Eleri Sion about Dewi’s Dreams. In the interview Eve, Deb and Rob talk about their chance meeting, fundraising and ‘Eve & Kai’s 24 Hour Nightmare!’ Listen below:
— Dewi's Dreams (@DewisDreams) June 22, 2015
Eve, Richard Corgan, Rakie Ayola and Roger Evans are all starring in the BBC Radio Wales original production, ‘Foursome’ tomorrow (Monday 15th June) at 2.15pm. The drama was written by Simon Crowther, and directed by Helen Perry – here is a synopsis of the 45 minute-long piece:
Two couples – Lisa and Doug, Jan and Carl – have been friends for over four decades. But as they’ve got older their get-togethers have become more infrequent. Tonight, in a soulless, too-expensive restaurant, a revelation is about to send them spiralling back into their past, back to those other momentous meal-time moments that changed the shape of their future forever.
A funny and heart-warming tale of friendship and the passing of time.
This project was mentioned by Richard Corgan on Twitter a few weeks ago, however the date and time has only just been released:
— Richard Corgan (@RichardCorgan) April 29, 2015
BBC Radio 4 can be listened to nation wide, and is also available digitally via the BBC website, and also the BBC Radio App. If you don’t live within the UK, the drama will be uploaded shortly afterwards and posted on our Facebook page. For more information on this radio drama, please visit the website here. We hope everyone enjoys!