Buzz's in-house Whovian Billy Edwards finds a perfect 10 of delightful Welsh locations that've appeared on Doctor Who during its six decades.
British telly treasure Doctor Who has been spooking kids for six decades now. Billy Edwards focuses on the show’s connection to Wales.
Explore The Amazing Digital Circus - a dark animation sensation on YouTube -and its journey from viral pilot to cult status.
Doctor Who's 60th anniversary musical extravaganza at Wales Millennium Centre was filled with remarkable performances, cameos and classic series nostalgia.
TV titan Russell T Davies' contributions to British and queer TV get an impassioned critical assessment in Emily Garside's Gay Aliens And Queer Folk.
Set sail into the visual world of One Piece live-action with cinematographer, Nicole Hirsch Whitaker, who tells us about the inspirations and future of this ambitious adaptation.
Get to know the fascinating world of Cardiff University's television personality Dr. Rhys Jones, from anchoring Wildlife Patrol to his sci-fi guilty pleasures.
“It could’ve been made in a hotel room” – Jesse Armstrong on SUCCESSION’s ending, kid’s TV origins & inside his writers’ room
Succession and Peep Show creator Jesse Armstrong - who was in Cardiff for the BBC Comedy Festival days before the former's ending - offered a bounty of BTS secrets.
S4C's Chief Executive Sian Doyle announced at Wales Screen Summit that the broadcaster is committing to producing one Welsh film a year.
Speaking at the Wales Screen Summit, Luke Evans revealed his casting in Michael Sheen's directorial debut The Way, and more about his upcoming film project with Billy Porter.
Join the Eurovision party in Wales with House of Deviant, Tŷ Pawb, and Glory Stores. Learn about the UK's hosting history with our Euro-scholar Amy Wild, and get ready for this year's competition featuring Mae Muller.
“It felt important to use the grammar of television to tell the story” – Roger Williams discusses his film Y SŴN, about the birth of S4C
The tumultuous birth of S4C, and thus regular television broadcasting in Welsh, is dramatised in a new film, Y Sŵn. Roger Williams, who wrote it, spoke to Keiron Self about his motivations in bringing it to the screen.
From directionless teen to wildlife TV star: Gordon Buchanan’s 30 years of adventure, from behind to in front of the camera
Gordon Buchanan, the beloved face of wildlife TV, talks about his non-stop month-long UK tour and reflects on his 30 years of adventure, from being a wildlife cameraman to becoming a presenter.
All the TV, podcasts and streamable playlists Buzz is most enthused about and/or looking forward to this February, contained in one handy place.
'Tis the season to sit in front of the box with leftover sandwiches resting on your belly... So, here's what you should be tuning into/streaming this Dec-Jan.
To mark the opening of BBC 100 In Wales. allow Hannah Collins, Eve Davies and Josh Williams to whet your appetite with some historical insights and personal picks from the corporation's history.
A World Without Beethoven? doesn't simply explain what the great composer gave to the world, but what the world might be without him.
National Museum Cardiff is popping the champagne early for the BBC's 100th anniversary in Wales with an exhibition which will run until April 2023.
25 years since that last series, MUBI present a new, five-episode curtain closer from the soon-to-retire Lars von Trier, The Kingdom: Exodus.
Sick of the media circus around Matt Hancock's TV blunders? Hannah Collins and Emma Way are here to remind you that, as November goes, there are some pretty great TV alternatives to switch over to instead.
A six-episode drama series with a splash of comedy, Dal Y Mellt is S4C’s new venture that is sure to leave audience members hooked.
Taking place in real-time, GALWAD looks at what would happen if the future tried to contact us, telling the story of 16-year-old Efa (Aisha-May Hunte) – who swaps with her 46-year-old self from 2052.
Queer For Fear is a revealing series packed full of queer insight that shines a light on the hidden layers, intentionally or otherwise that exist within horror itself.