A collection of programme clips from the Dylan Thomas season.
Starring Tom Jones, Charlotte Church, Sian Phillips and Tom Rhys Harries.
His work sounded effortless but Dylan Thomas was a serious and diligent craftsman at work
The original performance poet - how Dylan Thomas's work is best when spoken out loud.
The actor talks about revealing his ‘Dylan Thomas voice’ to director Aisling Walsh.
Dylan tells his daughter, Aeronwy, how he met and fell in love with her mother.
Dylan Thomas's London haunts are familiar places for Griff Rhys Jones and Andrew Davies.
Under Milk Wood is Dylan Thomas' creative masterpiece of rich language, people and place.
A look at how Dylan Thomas's turbulent life is captured in the film A Poet in New York
Andrew Davies reflects on how Dylan Thomas's life and work inspired him to be a writer.
Poet and musician Twm Morys explores links between Dylan Thomas and Wales's poetic past.
Writer Rachel Trezise, on the story of Dylan Thomas's broadcasting life.
Writer and poet Kevin Powell explores Dylan Thomas's influence on black American writers.
Gwyneth Lewis takes a personal journey through the language of Dylan Thomas.
Andrew Davies reflects on the influence of Dylan Thomas, growing up in Wales in the 1950s.
John Goodby explores the ways in which Dylan Thomas's poetry and life crossed boundaries.
Artist Peter Blake meets Dylan Thomas's granddaughter.
What Dylan Thomas did during WWII.
Welsh poet Owen Sheers takes us on a journey to discover the real Dylan Thomas.
The bedroom from which Dylan Thomas created some of his most celebrated poems.
Gwen Watkins shares her thoughts on what really mattered to friend, Dylan Thomas.
Gwen Watkins, a friend of the poet, talks of Dylan Thomas’s indescribable charisma.
Introduction to Swansea and the Llansteffan Peninsula
Derek and artist Osi Rhys Osmond walk to Wharley Point.
Derek and Osi Rhys Osmond visit the farm where Dylan spent many holidays as a child.