Jeremy Bowen at Bafta Cymru
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BBC's Jeremy Bowen: 'I don't go looking for trouble'

Stars of TV and film attended this year's Bafta Cymru awards at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff.

Cardiff-born BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen who won the Sian Phillips Award for his reporting from war zones, was given a standing ovation accepting the prize from First Minister Carwyn Jones.

Bowen reflected on his career with BBC Radio Wales' Felicity Evans in which he had been in the "front row of history".

But the BBC's Middle East Editor admitted it could be wearing.

  • 27 Oct 2014
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