Llinos Wynne is S4C's Content Commissioner for Factual programmes.
Llinos Wynne has been working freelance in the TV industry for the past six years, and has worked for various production companies across Wales, as well as in the rest of the UK. Before going freelance, Llinos worked for the BBC for over twenty years, and turned her hand to researching, presenting and producing for TV and radio. Llinos produced several documentaries to the series 'O Flaen dy Lygaid' and two series of 'Ar dy Feic' with Hywel Gwynfryn.
Llinos won a BAFTA Cymru award for her documentary Josie's Journey, broadcast on BBC network. Llinos specialises in producing entertaining, as well as serious factual programmes for S4C, including popular series Jude Cissé and Mamwlad, as well as one-off programmes portraying individuals, including Delme Thomas: Brenin y Strade. Llinos has produced English-language programmes too; including successful factual programmes for the BBC. Among the extensive documentaries she's produced are Welsh Towns (presented by Eddie Butler), A Garden in Snowdonia and programmes for the Coming Home series, featuring actress Alison Steadman and politician Neil Kinnock.
Llinos lists S4C's Mamwlad series, presented by Ffion Hague among her career highlights and she's immensely proud that a programme on the artist Gwen John, lead to discovering her missing grave in Dieppe.