Problems and opinions in Wales to-day

There is no more immediate way of communicating information and opinion than by television, and TWW have become well known for the vigour and style of their informative programmes. Among the Welsh series presented have been Pawb â’i Farn when each week three prominent Welshmen, under the chairmanship of John Eilian, discussed topics of special interest. In another series, Gŵr Gwadd, a panel of three women interviewed each week a leading figure in Welsh life.

Mr. Raymond Edwards is another fluent and assured chairman of TWW programmes.

The Royal National Eisteddfod 1960

A special series of Friday programmes, Tua’r Ŵyl, has prepared the way for the TWW coverage of the i960 Royal National Eisteddfod being held in Cardiff. During the week of the Eisteddfod, the new £100,000 TWW ‘studio on wheels’ will be near to the main pavilion recording the highlights of the events each day and servicing the TWW marquee studio.

Special evening programmes will also be seen on the Monday, Wednesday and Friday of Eisteddfod Week as well as broadcasts around the visit of H.M. The Queen.

To the millions served by independent television, TWW will present an unrivalled coverage of this important week in the life of Wales.

What the papers say

“Careful film editing … by Dave Powell meant that the viewer at home had all the enjoyment of the Eisteddfod.”

Y Cymro


“I must pay tribute to the high standard they (Pawb â’i Farn) set for such a long period.”

Gwilym Roberts, Liverpool Daily Post


“The Land of Song series have set a new standard in television musicals.”

Liverpool Daily Post


Land of Song becomes more and more polished without losing any of its charm.”

John Whitehead, Bristol Evening World


Amser Te (TWW) maintains undiminished its popularity with a wide audience.”

Perspex, Caernarvon Of Denbighshire Herald


“Smoothness and charm of production one has almost come to take for granted from Pontcanna.”

Holyhead Mail


“Of the two channel offerings, I am a little more impressed by that of TWW.”

Western Mail
(on St. David’s Day programmes)

TWW Welsh programmes – Autumn 1960

Compere Myfanwy Howell
Now in its 3rd year

WEDNESDAYS (commencing 31st August.)
Young people challenge the institutions

THURSDAYS (commencing 1st September)
A new quiz
Something out of the ordinary

FRIDAYS (commencing 2nd September)
Literary discussion

Published by TWW Publicity Department