History

Green Bay's very first programme, Do Not Go Gentle, a celebration of Dylan Thomas' great poem, was nominated for the 2002 Banff Rockies awards alongside blue-chip series Band of Brothers and Blue Planet.A Small Country, Green Bay's first cinema feature, scripted by Stan Barstow, premiered internationally in New York in 2007.

Prophetically, Green Bay produced biographies of both Cardinal Ratzinger (now Pope Benedict XVI) and Rowan Williams (now Archbishop of Canterbury) before their election to their current roles. Filmed with exclusive, intimate access in the run-up to his appointment, Green Bay's portrait of Dr. Williams broke stories about his views on the church and homosexuality which made headlines around the world.

Green Bay's Gêm y Ganrif (Game of the Century) scooped the top prize at the 2006 Celtic Film and Television Festival, the Spirit of the Festival Gold Torc. Using stunning CGI technology, the drama-doc recreates Wales' epic win over the 1905 All Blacks.

In 2004, Wales's First Minister, Rt. Hon. Rhodri Morgan, officially opened Green Bay's production centre, the Talbot Studios. In 2005, Channel 4 made a six-figure investment to enable Green Bay to develop an expertise in cutting-edge science. S4C followed suit, awarding Green Bay a major factual development contract.