Episode 4

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Duration: 30 minutes

Tim Rhys-Evans from Only Men Aloud is a lifelong fan of the tenor voice and wants to know if the conveyor belt of magical Welsh tenors is running out. It has been said that Wales has produced more tenors per head of population than any other country on earth.

Tim searches out two young potential talents of the future: student Sam Lloyd Williams from Chepstow is studying Welsh at Cardiff University, and 18-year-old Harry Brookes from Barry dreams of treading the boards in musical theatre.

Tim explores the world of crossover talent and meets Tom Lewis from Universal Records, the man who helped promote the careers of Katherine Jenkins, Russell Watson and others. What does he look for when choosing the big stars of the future?

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Presenter
Tim Rhys-Evans
Director
Adrian Morgan Jones
Producer
Liz Lloyd-Griffiths

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