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Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

18/02/2011

Duration: 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

The action is hotting up in Newport as quarter final action gets underway. Ashleigh Crowter presents live action from the best-of-9-frame matches.

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

18/02/2011

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

With two semi-final places still up for grabs, there's everything to play for tonight at the Newport Centre. Ashleigh Crowter introduces coverage from the quarter finals. Show more

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Duration: 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Ashleigh Crowter introduces highlights from today's quarter final matches at the Newport Centre.

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Satellite City

Series 1

Episode 5

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two WalesLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Comedy series written by Jane and Boyd Clack. Randy has to get a job. Time is against a distraught Dad and Mandy. Who are the dwarfs with machetes that so frighten Bridget? Show more

Proms in the Park

Live from Colwyn Bay

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio Wales MWLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio Wales FM

Music from BBC Proms in the Park live from Colwyn Bay. Introduced by Beverley Humphreys with special guests mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins and West End star Lee Mead. Show more

Secret Wales

Episode 2

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two WalesLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Sara Edwards and Roy Noble discover an ornate garden buried for 60 years, a traitor's cottage in the woods and a remote valley that has been a haven for artists and writers. Show more

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

19/02/2011

Duration: 4 hours, 19 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Live coverage of the second semi-final is introduced by Ashleigh Crowter.

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

20/02/2011

Duration: 3 hours

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

John Higgins attempts to defend his title as he takes on fellow Scot Stephen Maguire in a best-of-17-frame final. Ashleigh Crowter introduces live action from the Newport Centre. Show more

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

20/02/2011

Duration: 3 hours, 10 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Ashleigh Crowter presents live coverage from the Newport Centre as John Higgins and Stephen Maguire play a maximum of nine frames to decide who will be crowned Welsh Open champion. Show more

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

14/02/2011

Duration: 4 hours, 15 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two WalesLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Wales (Analogue)

The tournament gets underway with Wales's Matthew Stevens taking centre stage in his qualifying match. Ashleigh Crowter introduces live coverage from the Newport Centre. Show more

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

14/02/2011

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Wales's Ryan Day starts out on his 2011 Welsh Open campaign, still searching for that elusive first ranking event title. Last year Day reached the quarter finals. Show more

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Duration: 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Ashleigh Crowter with highlights from this evening's match, featuring last year's quarter-finalist Ryan Day. Plus news on Matthew Stevens and defending champion John Higgins.

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

15/02/2011

Duration: 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

It's twelve years since Mark Williams picked up the Welsh Open trophy, and this afternoon he begins his Welsh Open campaign in a best-of-7-frame opening match. Show more

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

15/02/2011

Duration: 2 hours, 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Ashleigh Crowter presents continued coverage from the Newport Centre where Welsh number one Mark Wiliams is looking to book his place in the last sixteen.

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry

Snooker: Welsh Open

2011

15/02/2011

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Last year Neil Robertson became the first Australian to lift the World Championship trophy. Tonight he begins his quest for a second Welsh Open title. Show more

Contributors

Commentator:
Dominic Dale
Commentator:
John Evans
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Darren Morgan
Executive Producer:
Geraint Lewis
Executive Producer:
Graham Fry