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ONLY CONNECT
BBC Two 37 x 30 minutes
February 2016
Popular intelligent quiz show hosted by Victoria Coren Mitchell. Now in its 12th series on BBC Two.

Download the app for iOS and Android
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MAX BOYCE’S WORLD CUP WARM UP
BBC Wales 2 x 30 minutes
September 2015
Two half hour entertainment shows celebrating the excitement of the 2015 Rugby World Cup in comedy, music and chat. Max Boyce hosts with special guests from the world of international rugby.
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RHOD GILBERT'S WORK EXPERIENCE
BBC Wales & BBC Two 4 x 30 minutes
Feburary 2016
Rhod Gilbert, a long way out of his comfort zone tackles a series of demanding day jobs which include being a Wedding Planner, a Scout Leader and a Tour Guide. Now in its 4th series.

Winner of Best Factual Entertainment Award at Celtic Media Festival 2015.
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BEING MAVIS NICHOLSON (Working Title)
BBC Wales 1 x 60 minutes
Summer 2016
The first female chat-show host in the history of British television was a middle-aged woman from Briton Ferry. This is the story of how Mavis Nicholson talked her way into this ground-breaking role and enjoyed a 25-year career interviewing some of the biggest stars in the world – including David Bowie, Lauren Bacall and Elizabeth Taylor.

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I WRITE THE SONGS
BBC Radio Wales 4 x 30 minutes
March 2016
Alan Thompson dissects the anatomy of classic songs with the artists who created and performed them. Series one (February 2014) featured Joan Armatrading on Love & Affection; Tom Robinson on War Baby; Ultravox’s Midge Ure on Vienna and Neil Finn of Crowded House on Don’t Dream It’s Over. New series begins March 4th 2016 with Paul Carrack on How Long; Bonnie Tyler on Total Eclipse of the Heart; Carol Decker of T’Pau on China In Your Hand and Mark Nevin of Fairground Attraction on Perfect.

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MAX BOYCE'S BIG BIRTHDAY
BBC Wales 1 x 60 minutes
September 2013
As Max Boyce reaches his 70th birthday John Inverdale invites the Welsh icon to reflect on a remarkable career that has spanned 40 years and two million record sales.
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STAND UP FOR WALES
BBC Radio Wales 1 x 30 minutes
April 2016
Ahead of the Welsh Assembly elections three comedians set out their alternative manifestos for the nation in the spoof hustings show.


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LLOYD GEORGE AND HIS WOMEN
BBC Radio Wales 1 x 30 minutes
September 2016
To mark the 100th anniversary of Lloyd George becoming Prime Minister, Carolyn Hitt explores the remarkable story of the women in his life – wife, mistresses and daughters – and how he managed to keep the scandal of his complicated personal life from the door of Number 10.

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DECONSTRUCTING DAHL
BBC Radio Wales 1 X 30 minutes
September 2016
Writer and broadcaster Charles Williams explores the extraordinary life and work of Roald Dahl in his centenary year.

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ANDREW DAVIES AT 80 (ARTS SHOW SPECIAL)
BBC Radio Wales Special
September 2016
On his 80th birthday, we adapt the narrative of Andrew Davies’s own life story as the greatest television screenwriter of his generation.

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PATAGONIA ON FOOT
BBC Radio Wales 1 x 30 minutes
December 2015
Carolyn Hitt follows in the footsteps of the pioneers who founded a Welsh colony in Patagonia 150 years ago – trekking alongside two Manic Street Preachers, Rhod Gilbert, Shane Williams, Derek Brockway and 50 members of the public.


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THE SECRET LIFE OF WELSH FOOD
BBC Radio Wales 4 x 30 minutes
January 2016
Restaurateur and author Simon Wright sets out on quest to map the food soul of Wales, revealing the undiscovered riches of our culinary culture. Focusing on a single element of Welsh food in each programme he explores what it tells us about the way we produce, cook and relate to what we eat and drink. New series commissioned for January 2017.

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WAS MY UNCLE JACK THE RIPPER?
BBC Radio Wales 1 x 30 minutes
August 2015
Writer and broadcaster Charles Williams investigates the extraordinary case of his Victorian ancestor Sir John Williams – Royal Surgeon, founder of the National Library of Wales...and Jack the Ripper suspect.

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ARTS SHOW SPECIAL - GWYN THOMAS
BBC Radio Wales 1 x 30 minutes
July 2013
On the centenary of his birth, the story of Rhondda's most remarkable novelist, broadcaster, playwright and all-round raconteur.
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LIONS AND DRAGONS DOWN UNDER
BBC Radio Wales 2 x 30 minutes
June 2013
Carolyn Hitt presents the story of the British & Irish Lions tours of 1989 and 2001 from a Welsh perspective.
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MAX BOYCE AND THE STORY OF LIVE AT TREORCHY
BBC Radio Wales 1 x 30 minutes
September 2013
As the 40th anniversary of the most famous album in Welsh history collides with the 70th birthday of the Welsh icon who penned it, Carolyn Hitt explores the story of Max Boyce and Live At Treorchy.
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WHAT SPORTS STARS DO NEXT
BBC Radio Wales 4 x 30 minutes
March 2014
Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson returns with the popular series which explores life after sport with some of the UK's top athletes.
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RADIO WALES ON THE MENU
BBC Radio Wales Special
October 2013
As part of BBC Wales's multi-platform Live Longer Wales season food writer and restauranteur Simon Wright invites the Radio Wales listeners to take part in a live cookathon and learn the essentials of healthy eating with the help of top chefs and nutrition experts. Simon rounds off the day with a live discussion show We Can't Go On Eating Like This.