Tune in to ITV Wales on Monday night to catch me on Sean Fletcher’s fantastic new series Wonders of the Coast Path.
This week’s episode joins Sean as he explores Cardigan Bay, following the first two episodes after he set off from Chester, continued along the north Wales coast, around Anglesey and Llŷn.
I met him at Harlech Castle last September on Owain Glyndŵr Day. He asked me about the famous Owain Glyndŵr – a self-proclaimed prince of Wales. I really hope I did Glyndŵr justice in my brief summing up of his life and aspirations – he wasn’t just a warrior. He was revolutionary. And his connection with Harlech Castle? He lived here!
Sean Fletcher’s series Wonders of the Coast Path so far has been a delight. I’m really enjoying seeing the sights and hearing the stories from home during life in lockdown. They are a breath of much-needed fresh air, perfect escapism, all sitting alongside some absolutely stunning scenery that some of us are very lucky and proud to call home.
You can watch the episodes online once they air – especially useful for those of you who don’t live in Wales. Find them online at ITV Wales’s webpage: https://www.itv.com/walesprogrammes/
If you’re eager to find out more before watching, you’ll find a good article on the series (which I’m quoted in, too!) here: https://www.itv.com/news/wales/2020-04-20/itv-wonders-of-the-coast-path-escape-the-lockdown-blues-with-a-tv-tour-of-the-wales-coast-path/
ITV Wales’s Wonders of the Coast Path is on Monday nights at 8.30pm. The episode I appear on will be episode 3, Monday 11th May.
The series will also be broadcast on the UK ITV channel later this year.
Hope you enjoy!