Weatherman Absolutely Nails Pronouncing 58-Letter Long Welsh Village Name In Report, Is Our New Hero
Being a weatherman on a national news show means having to know how to pronounce all manner of city names, but few would have been prepared to do U.K. meteorologist Liam Dutton’s job.
The Channel 4 broadcast highlighted a Welsh village as one of the warmest locations in Great Britain, and Dutton surprised his entire audience by rattling off the pronunciation of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch effortlessly! His secret? He was actually born in Cardiff and educated at the University of Wales, and studied up for just such an occasion. Props, Liam!