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04 Wal: Dathlu'r Deg

04 Wal: Dathlu'r Deg

04Wal celebrates 10

S4C's flagship homes and interiors series 04 Wal celebrates its tenth anniversary with a special one-hour long edition that features six fascinating homes.

Over the last decade, 04 Wal presenter Aled Samuel, has visited some of the most interesting and exciting homes in Wales and abodes owned by Welsh people living in the rest of the UK, Europe and people of Welsh heritage in Patagonia, Argentina.

Aled Samuel explains: "We have visited hundreds of buildings over the last decade. But what they all have in common is that they tell us a lot about that interesting relationship between owners and their homes and this is certainly true about the places we visit in this special programme.

Arosfa

"Arosfa, the home of Eifion and Amanda Griffiths, owners of the now world-famous Melin Tregwynt mill, was the first ever home we filmed in Wales ten years ago. I've changed quite a bit during this time but strangely enough Arosfa has changed very little - it's still a classic."

Aled Samuel returns to the Griffiths' home in Goodwick near Fishguard, Pembrokeshire which Eifion Griffiths describes as a "retreat" for the business couple who travel worldwide to sell their famous Melin Tregwynt brand.

Eifion says: "It's something of a comfort for us that our home, Arosfa, doesn't change. We tried to give the house a timeless feel - it's a kind of constant in our busy lives.

From North to South

Other homes featured in this programme include a wonderful Georgian house in Llansteffan, Carmarthenshire, which has been decorated internally to the finest detail and highest quality.

In mid Wales, Aled visits a renovated cowshed in Machynlleth which has been transformed into a luxury shabby chic holiday cottage and on Anglesey in the far north, he enjoys fantastic views of Red Wharf Bay from a striking house which has its own infinity pool.

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