Seven traditional tales from an heroic and magical age set in the countryside of South and West Wales. 1. Twm Sion Cati is about the tricks played by a rascally highwayman in the hills of Tregaron. 2. The Singing Water-Birds involves two Normans and the Welsh prince who outwitted them on the banks of Llangors Lake near Brecon. 3. The Lady of the Lake is a sad romance concerning the beautiful golden-haired lady who married a farmer in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons. 4. The Wreckers of Dunraven is the spirited tale of shipwreckers on the coast of Glamorgan. 5. Gwenllian the Brave tells how a noble princess fought a battle against the Norman Lord of Kidwelly Castle. 6. The Last Invasion of Britain recalls the true events surrounding an invasion by Frenchmen at Fishguard in 1797. 7. St David of Wales relates the life of David and his friendship with Saint Justinian on the rocky shores of Pembrokeshire.