Week/Wythnos 51December/Rhagfyr 14-20, 2013Pages/Tudalennau:2Coming Home3They Sold a Million4BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales5The Call Centre Christmas6Scrum V7Welsh Sports Review of the Year 20138Pobol y CwmPlaces of interest/Llefydd o ddiddordeb:Bridgend/ Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr4Cardiff/Caerdydd2, 3, 4, 6, 7Newport/Casnewydd7Swansea/Abertawe5, 7Wrexham/Wrecsam7Follow us on Twitter to keep up with all the latest news from BBC Cymru Wales @BBCWalesPressPictures are available at www.bbcpictures.co.uk/Lluniau ar gael arwww.bbcpictures.co.ukNOTE TO EDITORS: All details correct at time of going to press, but programmesare liable to change. Please check with BBC Cymru Wales Communications onbefore publishing.NODYN I OLYGYDDION: Mae’r manylion hyn yn gywir wrth fynd i’r wasg, ond maerhaglenni yn gallu newid. Cyn cyhoeddi gwybodaeth, cysylltwch â’r AdranGyfathrebu.
COMING HOME: JOHN HUMPHRYSMonday, December 16, BBC One Wales, 7.30pmPresenter and journalist John Humphrys goes on a journey to discover more about hisancestors in this episode of Coming Home. Well known as the host of BBC quizMastermind and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, his career as ajournalist began in Cardiff. Now he’s back on the same beat to trace his family ancestry,discovering strong links to Cardiff Docks on both sides of his family tree.Whilst growing up in Tiger Bay, John’s father never spoke of his family’s true heritage.John solves the lifelong family mystery when he learns of his great-grandfather’sremarkable journey to Wales aboard a cargo ship from Helsinki.John’s great-grandmother’s story dominates the journey into his family’s past. He facesup to the tragedies that beset her family on arrival in Cardiff from the West Country in1850 and how at the age of six, his grandmother, Sarah Ann Willey, became an orphan.John travels to the former Cardiff Union Workhouse to discover the final part of thismoving family story.Emma Kaye
THEY SOLD A MILLION: SHIRLEY BASSEYMonday, December 16, BBC One Wales, 10.35pmThe greatest Welsh diva, Dame Shirley Bassey, now in her 60th year in show business, iscelebrated as the most successful female British chart artist ever in the final episode of BBCCymru Wales series They Sold a Million.As the first Welsh artist to top the charts, Dame Shirley is lauded in the documentary by DJ andpop music historian Mike Read, Bond theme lyricists Don Black and Leslie Bricusse, andremembered fondly by legendary Welsh comic Wyn Calvin and contemporaries from Tiger Bay.The film, which includes a compilation of archive interviews with Dame Shirley and earlyrecordings, explores the ingredients of her success in her breakthrough years from the mid-50sto the mid-60s, and her international hit Goldfinger.It also includes clips of memorable performances at Glastonbury, the Queen’s Diamond Jubileecelebrations and in the Morecambe & Wise Show.Ceri Mears
CHRISTMAS WITH THE BBC NATIONAL ORCHESTRA ANDCHORUS OF WALESTuesday, December 17, 7pm, St David’s Hall, CardiffBBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales bring the spirit of Christmas to Cardiffwith a festive family concert at St David’s Hall, with charismatic Welsh conductor GrantLlewellyn and members of Bridgend Youth Choir.Helping to conjure the magic of Christmas, the Orchestra will perform music includinghighlights from Tchaikovsky’s most popular ballets - The Nutcracker and SleepingBeauty.There’s also a trip down memory lane with music from the popular 1990 film HomeAlone - by Hollywood’s favourite composer, John Williams.As the concert closes, the sleigh bells will come out as the Orchestra performs LeroyAnderson’s Christmas classic, Sleigh Ride; plus the audience will even be invited tosing along with a medley of favourite Christmas songs.Highlights from the concert in Cardiff will be broadcast on BBC Radio Wales on Sunday,December 22 at 12pm and Tuesday, December 24 at 6pm.David Hopkins
THE CALL CENTRE CHRISTMASTuesday, December 17, BBC Three, 9p
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