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Hidden Histories returns to BBC Two Wales

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BBC Wales History BBC Wales History | 17:06 UK time, Thursday, 20 January 2011

Inscriptions relating to the great flood of 1607 which devastated much of the Severn estuary, home-made-homes, and a Welsh bridge drawn by a French industrial spy all feature in the new series of Hidden Histories, which returns to BBC Two Wales tonight (Thursday 20 January).

Aerial view of Goldcliff Point

Aerial view of Goldcliff Point © Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical monuments of Wales

The series follows researchers from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales who are joined by a new presenting team - Wales and the History of the World presenter Eddie Butler, and Heledd Fychan.

In tonight's programme Commission reserachers visit three locations in Wales. Goldcliff Church in Monmouthshire, Wig-wen-fach, a derelict cottage in Cardiganshire, and the Llantisilio Chain bridge.

Wig-wen-fach cottage in Cardiganshire © Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical monuments of Wales

The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales have created excellent, in-depth guides to each subject featured in tonight's programme. Read the guides on their website and view images relating to Hidden Histories on their Flickr photostream.

Hidden Histories begins tonight, Thursday 20 January, at 7.30pm on BBC Two Wales.

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