BBC Cymru Wales

BBC Cymru Wales is a division of the BBC, and the national broadcaster for Wales.[1]

BBC Cymru Wales
TV stationsBBC One Wales
BBC Two Wales
TV transmittersBlaenplwyf
Carmel
Llanddona
Moel-y-Parc
Preseli
Wenvoe
Radio stationsBBC Radio Wales
BBC Radio Cymru
HeadquartersNew Broadcasting House,
Cardiff
AreaWales
OwnerBBC
BBC Studios
Key people
Rhodri Talfan Davies (Director of BBC Cymru Wales)
Launch date
9 February 1964; 57 years ago (1964-02-09)
Official website
bbc.co.uk/wales
LanguageEnglish/Welsh

It is one of the four BBC national regions, alongside the BBC English Regions, BBC Northern Ireland and BBC Scotland. Established in 1964, BBC Cymru Wales is based in Cardiff and directly employs some 1,200 people to produce a range of programmes for television, radio and online services in both English and Welsh.[2]

BBC Cymru Wales operates two TV channels (BBC One Wales, BBC Two Wales) and two radio stations (BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru). The total budget for BBC Cymru Wales (including S4C's £76 million) is £151 million, £31 million of which is for BBC-produced television productions.[3]


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