BBC Radio Cymru and the National Eisteddfod announce the winners of the two main competitions at Gŵyl AmGen
BBC Radio Cymru and the National Eisteddfod announce the winners of the two main competitions of the cultural festival, Gŵyl AmGen.
Today was a significant moment for BBC Wales as the first radio programme was broadcast from its new headquarters in Cardiff city centre.
After 41 years of broadcasting from the BBC’s Llandaff site, today marks another exciting landmark in BBC Wales’s journey to the new headquarters at Central Square as Radio Wales hit the airwaves for the first time from the new building.
Former Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney will be the 2020 BBC Reith Lecturer. Carney will deliver three lectures in the autumn which will explore how the relationship between economic value and human values determines our livelihoods, identities and futures.
Rhys Ifans shares his ‘monastic’ lockdown experiences on BBC Radio Cymru 2 as part of Gŵyl AmGen cultural festival
In a special Welsh language programme for BBC Radio Cymru 2, as part of BBC Wales’ Gŵyl AmGen cultural festival, Rhys Ifans shares his personal experiences, reconnecting with his surroundings, during lockdown.
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