A Celtic land with an industrial past steeped in myth, legend, poetry and song. Croeso i Gymru.
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Follow young farmer, Teleri Fielden's journey as she learns the ropes during her first year managing a challenging upland farm in Snowdonia.
In celebration of National Meadows Day (Saturday, 7 July), the National Trust in Wales is hosting a series of events so everyone can experience glorious wildflowers, butterflies and bees.
Alan Titchmarsh goes behind-the-scenes at Erddig to kick off part two of the second series of Secrets of the National Trust.
Find out why we're recording the Manx shearwater population on Middleholm Island and what the monitoring work involves.
Japanese chest, which has been at Chirk Castle for over 400 years, is one of the star items for the KIZUNA exhibition at the National Museum Wales in Cardiff.
The women of Llanerchaeron are stepping out of the shadows as we share their stories through Petticoats of Power.
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