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  1. Writer and Art Historian Mari Griffith dons her walking boots and heads for the mountains in search of some places in Snowdonia that have inspired artists for centuries

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  2. Iolo's Welsh Sea producer John Gwyn takes us behind the scenes when the team filmed sharks for the last episode in the series.

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  3. I've just done a History GCSE - without revising - for the BBC One show Search For A*.

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  4. What another fantastic experience catching up with my troop from the DVLA. We were all so excited to be back together. I could clearly see some fantastic successes with most of the team but there had also been some setbacks.

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  5. John Hardy was commissioned to write the score for Hinterland, the latest crime noir drama to hit our screens, which has been filmed in Welsh and English. Here, John tells us about the process.

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  6. Amanda Harries was the series producer for The Country Midwives, a new series that follows community midwives on the road in Carmarthenshire.

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  7. EXPANSIVE PLAY 2016 has undoubtedly been the year of the sporting underdog. Wales reached the semi-finals of the European Championships, Leicester City won the Premier League, and Connacht claimed the Pro12 title. The latter seemed an impossible feat just a few years ago – not least because th...

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  8. Tracy Harris has been filming the desperate plight of the homeless in her home town of Swansea with filmmaker Chris Rushton for Mentorn Cymru over for the last three years. This is Tracy's account of filming the final episode of Swansea: Return to the Streets.

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  9. As the second hand counts down to 10.30, hundreds of eager fans wait for the grand gates of the All England Club to fling open. They'll be waiting a long time. The home of the most prestigious event in the tennis calendar doesn't do 'flinging'.

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  10. It's always interesting to find out what drives people to create or perform art and, in some cases, to swap up a steady job and salary to follow their dream. In last week's Radio Wales Arts Show I had a real insight into why a nurse became a silversmith and jeweller and why teaching and offic...

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  11. Police 24/7 producer Claire Hill says when you are out filming with the police you always have to be prepared for the unexpected. In just seven days they have filmed police dealing with everything from missing persons to a dog being run over on a busy road, domestic crime, people using drugs and...

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  12. Claire Hill was Assistant Producer on Larkin and Dale’s Takeaway Revolution and writes about filming the series.

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  13. This month marks 100 years since Gwyn Thomas entered the world as the 12th child of a Rhondda miner. "I was born in 1913; the following year was even worse," he quipped.

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  14. Graham Holder, the cameraman who worked on Iolo's Great Welsh Parks, recalls filming the series.

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  15. Rhodri Hornung on why working on Good Morning Wales has got to be one of the best jobs in Welsh broadcasting.

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  16. Being part of the crew filming Molly Parkin for Great Lives on BBC Wales has shredded my nerves. She may be in her 80th year but being close to her when she's recounting details of her turbulent life or expounding upon her philosophy is like trying to live with a machine-gun emplacement in the h...

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  17. With the BBC Wales film crew, I looked across a field at Mametz Wood on the battlefield of the Somme - a dark and sombre prospect in the February rain. Trees, tall and bare, grown from the seed of a forest obliterated by British artillery in July 1916, rise, now, from a tangle of bramble and haz...

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  18. Kate Humble shares her Welsh sheepdog experience

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  19. Steve Humphries Producer of Wales in the Eighties speaks about his memorable interview with Mike Peters

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  20. Clare Hutchinson recalls the search for Darrell Simester, who went missing in south Wales in 2000, and was found 13 years later working on a farm outside Newport against his will.

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