Brian Hoey introduces an evening of celebrations from St David 's Hall,
Cardiff, in the company of Della Jones (mezzo-sop) Dennis O'Neill (tenor) Ardwyn Singers
BBC Welsh Chorus
Cardiff Polyphonic Choir Swansea Bach Choir
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Owain Arwel Hughes BBC Wales
Almost a Welshman Chris Stuart has been trying to pass himself off as a Welshman for more than a decade, but now accepts that Wales is the land of other people's forebears.
Producer MEGAN EMERY
starring Bernie Clifton ,
Pat Mooney , Tony Peers and Caroline Turner
This week the man who drank 50 bottles of stout in one night because he wanted to get into the record book of Guinnesses. Music by BRIAN FITZGERALD and BOB GILL
Producer MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
Elliott Gould talks to
Phillip Bergson about his screen career and introduces highlights from his new film Over the Brooklyn Bridge. Introduced by Nick Jackson
Written and compiled by LYN FAIRHURST
Producer WENDY CLAY
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