TV Programmes

  • Start Up
    ITV Wales
    A six-part series following three new businesses through their first twelve months of trading.
  • Strange Beauties
    BBC Wales
    Strange Beauties is a one off documentary featuring the enigma of Gwen John - artist, sister of Augustus, lover of Rodin. Presented by Germaine Greer and Michael Holroyd and shot in London, Brittany and Paris.
  • Summer on the Gower
    ITV Wales
    A six-part documentary series capturing the magic of the UK's first-ever Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - and the work of those who ensure that the peninsula's splendours survive.
  • The Archbishop in Action
    BBC Wales
    Intimate, exclusive access to the work of Rowan Williams as Archbishop of Wales. Transmitted on the day his appointment as Archbishop of Canterbury was announced.
  • The Lions - New Zealand 1971
    BBC Wales
    In the year of the Rugby World Cup to be played on All Black territory, Eddie Butler tells the story and reassesses the impact of the victorious Lions tour in 1971, taking a journey through a rugby-mad country with staggering scenery
  • The King and the Playwright: A Jacobean History
    BBC FOUR
    James I's first decade on the English throne, from 1603 to 1613, marks a period arguably unsurpassed in British culture. This series explores the ways in which the culture and politics of this neglected age were interwoven, particularly in the work of its greatest genius, William Shakespeare.
  • The Missionary Position
    BBC Wales
    The couple running Britain’s first Christian sex-shop: reclaiming erotic pleasure from the Devil.
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