Friday 8 August 2014, 10:20
A BBC Cymru Wales film about the chance discovery of 18,000 unpublished photographic negatives depicting life in the Valleys during the 1960s and 70s is currently in production and needs your help.
Friday 9 May 2014, 13:26
Raw Material: Llareggub Revisited was a National Theatre Wales production in collaboration with BBC Cymru Wales, devised by myself and Jon Tregenna.
The event took place in Laugharne over three days last weekend when 600 people experienced a sensorial treasure hunt throughout the towns described by Dylan...
Thursday 23 January 2014, 14:03
Nia Roberts plays the part of Gwen Thomas in the final episode of Hinterland.
I was thrilled to be offered the part of Gwen in the fourth episode of Hinterland. My husband Marc had already directed the first one and from the few bits I had read and caught a glimpse of, it was clear that this was a...
Friday 5 July 2013, 12:23
This year marks the centenary of the birth of Gwyn Thomas, one of Wales' greatest writers in the medium of English.
Tuesday 5 August 2014, 09:38
With obesity becoming a growing problem in Wales, more so than anywhere else in Britain, Week In Week Out asks why we should care, and whether a response based on a stereotype - that it is all the fault of the obese person - is no response at all.
Thursday 11 November 2010, 17:17
Once the cameras had stopped rolling, the production team started work on dismantling the Braddocks' cottage, 'Llety'.
We had originally hoped to be able to rebuild the structure elsewhere and open it to the public but, due to severe weather damage and the difficulties of removing the building from the...
Tuesday 10 June 2014, 12:52
I first met John Hartson back in 1994. I was working as a television producer in BBC Wales Sport and had travelled up to Luton on a wet and windy February night with football commentator John Hardy to watch Luton Town’s FA Cup fourth round replay against Newcastle United.
Friday 14 March 2014, 07:34
BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales recently recorded Calon Lân as part of BBC Cymru Wales’s Six Nations marketing campaign. Osian Rowlands, Chorus Manager, BBC National Chorus of Wales, goes behind-the-scenes of how nearly 400 musicians came together to make the trail.
Friday 19 September 2014, 10:49
Laura Sinnerton details the incredible life of Paul Wittgenstein, the one-handed pianist who commissioned Ravel's Concerto for the Left Hand.
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