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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.
BBC News looks at the harsh winter of 1982.
Starring Ryan Davies and Ronnie Williams - Wales best-loved comedy double-act.
Featuring Wales' best-loved comedy double-act - the unforgettable comedy of Ryan Davies and Ronnie Williams.
First part of a personal view of the Boer War by Kenneth Griffith on its 100th anniversary.
A look at 5 areas of Britain when the winter snows struck in January.
Ceri Meets Robbie for the first time, and talks her way into a new job.
Des's hunt for her father is over, but is he what she expected? Food flies at the cafe.
Hywel Davies visits a convent where nuns devote their lives to work and prayer.
The Sikh, Muslim and Greek Orthodox communities of Cardiff's Tiger Bay in 1964.
A look back at the history of BBC Wales' light entertainment programmes over 25 years.
BBC Wales promo for the 2009 Six Nations featuring characters from 'Aberpandy RFC'.
In this clip from 1974, Ryan Davies plays a businessman returning home.
We asked for your Greatest Doctor Who moments and The Doctor Dances waltzed into your top ten...
A film about racial integration as seen from inside a mixed marriage in Cardiff.
Ronnie Williams interviews Eartha Kitt, who then performs in Welsh.
In this clip from this Christmas Special in 1974, Ryan Davies performs 'Kalinka'.
Casgliad?unigryw?o glipiau sain a fideo?gan y BBC?yn adlewyrchu bywyd a diwylliant?Cymru.
Bryn Terfel turns local traveller and explores the glories of his native Snowdonia.
Roy Noble is joined by Sir Anthony Hopkins to talk about his classical album, Composer.
Gareth Edwards 1973 try for Barbarians - Rugby Union
Gafodd Mererid Hopwood yr anrhydedd o fod y fenyw gyntaf i ennill y Gadair - yn Eisteddfod 2001 yn Ninbych.
Mourners travelled from around Wales to attend the funeral of rugby international, broadcaster and actor Ray Gravell.
A film to illustrate the well-known story, 'A Child's Christmas in Wales' by Dylan Thomas.
Scott Gibbs claims the winning try against England.
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