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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.
Welsh coal miners in celebrations following the 1947 nationalisation of the coal mines.
Two old articulate men from Rhondda in the early 1960s remembering the 1st World War.
Coal House' - reality history series. Opening titles and sequence.
Former Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Michael Heseltine, at home in Wales.
Events of the 1984 coal strike and its impact on the community of Blaengarw.
Reminiscenses of an elderly ex coal miner in 1973 sharing his working experiences.
History of the NUM in the South Wales coalfield from its creation in the 1880’s to 1973.
Ruth Madoc makes an emotional journey to uncover her Welsh ancestry.
Archive film of the rescue operation from the Gresford mining disaster of 1934.
Film looking at a retired woman and her move to North Wales.
Leanne tries to make a new life for herself, but her previous boyfriend has other plans.
A look back at the history of BBC Wales' light entertainment programmes over 25 years.
The Verve Records chief and longstanding record exec talks about the music industry in 2011.
Stanley Baker takes a tumble as he falls from his horse in the 1956 production, Jane Eyre.
A doctor falls in love with a miner's daughter in the Welsh valleys in the 1930's.
Original radio news reports of the Gresford mining disaster of 1934.
Sian Lloyd presents a news bulletin on the marriage of Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas - 18th of November 2000.
David Parry Jones reports on working life at the 'Whitehall of Wales' in 1969.
Wales play Italy at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium in a qualifier for Euro 2004.
Gwynfor Evans on his threatened hunger strike which led to the creation of S4C.
Hoffman and Charlie break into a house looking for something to steal, but are caught by the owners.
BBC Wales Today's Claire Summers presents the news from July 2000.
Michael Sheen is found lurking on the London underground in Gallowglass
Jamie and Louise talk to Victor Spinetti about his illustrious career on stage and screen.
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