TELEVISION

Rhod Gilbert: Stand Up To Shyness

BBC ONE, BBC TWO

Stand-up comedian Rhod Gilbert is painfully shy. He might hide it well, but he can’t even go into a cafe to buy a coffee. … Talking to fellow shy comedian Greg Davies, other shy sufferers, and scientists, Rhod comes up with a radical solution for how we can all stand up to shyness.

Co-production with Wales & Co.

 

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RADIO

The Welsh Women of Patagonia

BBC RADIO WALES

Sian Harries explores whether the Welsh women of Patagonia were the first in the world to get the vote. 

It’s over 150 years since a group of Welsh people set up a “little Wales beyond Wales” in Patagonia, South America. The history books are full of tales of brave men who transformed the hostile desert into luscious ‘Welsh farmland, who befriended the indigenous people and built a colony so successful, Welsh is still spoken there today. 

But what about the women who went with them? 

Many believe “Without the women the colony would never have survived,” and yet their stories remain unheard. 

Until now. Sian travels to Patagonia herself to meet the descendants of this intrepid journey to uncover the adventures of their great-grandmothers – their courage, indomitable strength and sacrifice. Were they granted the right to vote half a century before the women back home in Wales? And if so, why don’t we know about it?

FILM

NeckFace

Having dreamed of her perfect wedding, Laney wakes up on her big day with a monster growing out of her neck. 

Meet NeckFace, a potty mouthed blob with a penchant for sex noise. After spending so much money on chair ties will Laney still go through with it? Or will she only find her happy-ever-after when she embraces her inner-Bridezilla?

Starring: Isy Suttie (Peep Show, Channel 4); Nick Helm (Uncle, BBC 2); Elis James (Josh, BBC 3); Sian Harries (The Tourist Trap, BBC Wales); Di Botcher (Stella, Sky One).

Neckface is currently playing the festival circuit and has screened at the Aesthetica Film Festival, Bucheon International Fantastical Film Festival and the London Frightfest Film Festival.

 The film has also received a nomination for a BAFTA Cymru Award in 2018.

For upcoming screenings follow @NeckFaceFilm

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