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Back from Sunny Side of the Doc in La Rochelle and in sunny and rainy Trefforest! Whilst I was away, Gav completed the playouts of twenty six episodes of Marcaroni. They’re fab! Just the small matter of dub now – and the whole project in Welsh will be finished. Marcaroni has become a big hero [..]

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Factual Showreel Those who know me will remember that I have a love affair with France that goes back many years. I arrived in La Rochelle about three hours ago – and have taken in some live music on the streets, a great meal and a glass of wine! It’s Fête à la Musique today [..]

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Six brand new songs for your little ones! The songs feature in Marcaroni – a brand new musical show for children on S4C’s Cyw. Three episodes have aired – and if you missed them take a look at www.s4c.co.uk/cyw! Wednesday is Marcaroni day on Cyw’s TV service – it’s subtitled too. Don’t forget to tune [..]

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Another day, another nomination…a fifth for Y Diwrnod Mawr. This time the programme’s been nominated for a Welsh Bafta. It’s great to be nominated amongst your peers at home! The competition is no less stiff though – this time we’re up against The Sarah Jane Adventures and a great programme about a little boy whos [..]

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Have had great fun with a new showreel – cut by Gav Cox! Here are some of our children’s programmes – Marcaroni (our brand new music show), Y Diwrnod Mawr (nominated for four awards in the last six months), Baaas (which was our unique co-production with Al Jazeera Children’s Channel), Imagination Station and others! Hope you like it.

The certificate that proves our nomination for Children’s Programme in the RTS Awards is now in its frame and destined for the wall in the meeting room in our Rizla House office.

We are pleased to announce the launch of our rather lovely new website. Cediog is in fact two companies; Ceidiog Hughes (PR) and Nia Ceidiog (TV) are brother and sister – and that’s how the companies work too. Keep checking back for news on our productions.

We got the name Ceidiog from a river which flows through a village called Llandrillo in North Wales. It’s a family name.

Y Diwrnod Mawr Bafta

This nomination places us amongst four of the best in preschool TV – and we’re very excited about it!!

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