Every month, TMINE lets you know what TV events BAFTA is hosting around the country
Every week or so, TMINE flags up what new TV events BAFTA is holding around the UK
Moved to its somewhat odd new regular slot of Tuesdays, here’s the latest update on what BAFTA is doing TV-wise around the UK. At the moment, BAFTA seems to be focused on its Welsh activities, mind. Just announced is an additional date and location for Matthew Hall to talk about writing (more details on the first announcement) – he’s now going to be at JP studio, Bangor University, on Wednesday, 20 February at 1.30pm. You can book tickets if you’re a member by emailing Vicki.
But there’s one new event, which is for an S4C drama that if I not overlooked (as The Killing Times is reviewing it), couldn’t quite find the time to watch.
Preview: Final episode of 35 Awr + Q&A (Carmarthen)
Sunday, 24 February 2019 – 7:30pm
Yr Egin, College Rd, Carmarthen SA31
Boom Cymru and S4C present the final installment of the eight-part series that is set in a jury room, featuring 10 people deliberating over a murder case.
Written by BAFTA Cymru nominee Fflur Dafydd (The Library Suicides) and starring Lisa Marged (Parch, Wolfblood) and Jâms Thomas (Gwaith Cartref).
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with cast and key creatives.
We have an allocation of members’ tickets. Email Vicki to reserve your place.
Follow the series every Sunday at 9pm on S4C and catch up with episodes you may have missed on the iPlayer.