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A selection of favourite programme clips, from major landmark series to contemporary documentaries which have been made for BBC Wales audiences which form the Wales Collection.
An affectionate farewell to Tiger Bay in Cardiff as the old buildings are demolished.
Gafodd Mererid Hopwood yr anrhydedd o fod y fenyw gyntaf i ennill y Gadair - yn Eisteddfod 2001 yn Ninbych.
Kevin Owen presents a news bulletin from the 13th of October 1992.
Bethan Elfyn talks to Howard Marks at the Green Man Festival 2011.
A satirical look at the South Wales valleys starring Ryan Davis and Max Boyce.
A rare recording of a 1957 broadcast of Dylan Thomas' 'Under Milk Wood'.
Footage of David Lloyd George funeral procession in 1945, and an interview with his widow.
John Darren presents a news bulletin February 1963.
Toy Horses perform at the Monkey Cafe in Swansea for BBC Radio Wales Music Day.
Ian 'H' Watkins meets John Sam Jones from Harlech, who tells him about his experiences of electroshock therapy.
The biographer of Manic Street Preachers talks to Jamie and Louise about the 20th anniversary of Generation Terrorists.
A special Week In Week Out report on the West Wales drug trial.
Audio and video clips on Welsh History and Heritage from BBC Wales.
Radio report of the 1955 ceremony declaring Cardiff as Wales' capital city.
Excerpt from one of Lyn Joshua's 2nd World War broadcasts to the people of Wales.
The Direction perform their track Take Me Away at the Monkey Cafe in Swansea for BBC Radio Wales Music Day.
A conversation with Tommy Letton, former fishmonger of Tiger Bay in the Cardiff Docks.
Vincent Kane interviews the World War 2 correspondent, Wynford Vaughan Thomas.
Drama following the career of Labour politician Nye Bevan, the founder of the NHS.
Tessie O'Shea playing the banjo in a live performance of "Two ton Tessie."
Amanda Powell talks to Dafydd Rhys Williams aboard the NASA Space Shuttle Columbia.
Hollywood actor Ioan Gruffydd sings "Modryb Elin Ennog" at the Urdd Eisteddfod in 1985.
News film showing The Beatles in Bangor for a conference on Transcendental Meditation.
Young nationalists of the FWA go on the march in 1968.
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