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SteveH

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Re: Favourite TV Shows
« Reply #225 on: April 24, 2020, 10:14:39 AM »
Not sure if this has been posted already ........

A NEW television series will showcase the remarkable stories and wonderful scenery along North Wales’ stunning coastline.

ITV’s Sean Fletcher explores the 870-mile Wales Coast Path on an epic adventure along one of the world’s most unique coastlines.

The first episode takes viewers to the dramatic landscapes of the North Wales coast, from the Talacre Dunes to Great Orme, to discover the unique wildlife and vibrant communities.

The new series captures the unique stories and biodiversity along the Welsh coastline, which is home to vibrant communities, breathtaking scenery and rare wildlife.

The Wales Coast Path remains committed to conversing the path’s coastal environments, whilst promoting the positive benefits of walking.

Given the current coronavirus situation, the Wales Coast Path encourages audiences to enjoy the series from the comfort of their own home and plan to visit Wales later.

The series, Wonders of the Coast Path, will air weekly on ITV Wales from April 27 at 8.30pm before airing nationally in the summer from July 2020.
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Re: Favourite TV Shows.....Killing Eve fans
« Reply #226 on: May 08, 2020, 01:46:58 PM »
A surprise for "Killing Eve" fans........

A MOCHDRE based teddy bear company has revealed it made a 'killing' out of the popular cult psychological drama Killing Eve.

Be My Bear, located at Mochdre Business Park, supplied hundreds of bears and outfits to Sid Gentle Films Ltd, the producers of the show, during the filming of scenes in London last year.

Their bulldogs and bears sporting Union Jack t-shirts were featured in the opening episode but in episode three, a whole scene is given over to their cuddly celebrities.

Assassin Villanelle visits their 'shop', stuffed full of Be My Bear teddies and friends, and records a message for her adversary Eve which she then places into one of the pink teddies and delivers to Eve’s home in the latest twist in their cat and mouse relationship

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« Reply #227 on: June 01, 2020, 05:59:08 PM »
For anyone interested in Ancestry there is a Tv  programme on tonight at 9.00 pm on ITV   it is called "Long lost family: Born without trace" and should be very interesting

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« Reply #228 on: July 28, 2020, 09:26:23 AM »
I saw the TV programme Long Last Families again last night and it was about "foundlings" children abandoned and it's fascinating how the advancement in DNA techniques has helped some of the children trace their biological parents.
It must give a lot of hope to those people who are trying to find their relatives