Holocaust Memorial Day marked in Wales
Millions of Jewish people and others killed during the Holocaust are being remembered in services across Wales, as part of Holocaust Memorial Day.
National Holocaust Memorial Day was started by the UK government in 2001 and takes place every year on 27 January.
Survivor Eva Clarke, who is a speaker with the Holocaust Educational Trust, was born in a concentration camp and spoke to Good Morning Wales.
Hannah Swindells, a Cardiff University student and ambassador for the Trust in Wales, also spoke to the programme.
- From the section Wales