28 May 2012
Last updated at 09:13
Radio 1 presenter Chris Moyles was a surprise Olympic torchbearer in Aberystwyth, where he also presented his morning show.
Moyles told the BBC news website he was very excited to be carrying the torch and that it was "a great honour".
Colin Davies carried the Olympic flame during the torch relay leg from Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, to the Faenol Estate, Bangor, Gwynedd.
More than 80 torchbearers are to carry the flame on the 108-mile leg. Pictured here is Carwen Richards, who was nominated for her role by Ceredigion council for her work as a youth sports ambassador
Teenager Carwen Richards, who is from Llanwrda, became the first torchbearer on the 10th day of the relay, and it started its journey aboard Aberystwyth's Funicular Cliff Railway
Bridget James took the Olympic torch to the balcony of the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth
Elin Owen, 18, from Llanrug, will carry the torch on the last leg of the journey before it goes on the steam train at Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd. "The fact it is so close to home is something you really want to experience," she said
Full steam ahead for Elin Owen, 18, with the torch on the Ffestiniog Railway from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Porthmadog
Pc Andrew Thomas, escorts the Olympic flame in a lantern during its journey along the Ffestiniog Railway
Opera star Bryn Terfel lighting the cauldron on the Faenol estate following the torch relay through Bangor, Gwynedd, ending day 10