The Royal Welsh Show BBC Two Wales, 6pm Presented by Sara Edwards, Dr Rhys Jones and Rachael Garside, The Royal Welsh Show 2015 will offer the best of the coverage from the showground in Llanelwedd. Guests will include hill farmer Gareth Wyn Jones presenting some of the local Welsh produce on offer from the food hall. Other items featured will include the Cob Championship and the Supreme Horse Championship.
Patagonia Eric Jones ac Ioan Doyle S4C, 8.30pm Mae'r rhaglen hon yn dathlu perthynas dau ddyn, dwy wlad ac un siwrnai, ac mae'n destament i fywyd anturus ac unigryw'r dringwr Eric Jones o Dremadog. Mae Eric yn rhannu atgofion a hanesion ei fywyd, gyda'r dringwr ifanc o Fethesda, Ioan Doyle, wrth iddynt fynd ar siwrnai fythgofiadwy ar hyd asgwrn cefn yr Andes ym Mhatagonia.
Humans Channel 4, 9pm So, who realised that Karen was a synth, and who was shocked when the truth was revealed a few weeks back? She's certainly fooled an awful lot of people, and not just those watching at home. Her friend and colleague Pete, despite working alongside her as part of the Special Technologies Task Force, has been clueless about her true identity - but he knows something is wrong and is determined to find out where she came from. However, his inquiries lead him to a truth stranger and more dangerous than he could ever have imagined, while she heads to George's house in the hope of finding the murderous Niska.
Fake or Fortune? BBC One, 8pm Fiona Bruce and art expert Philip Mould return for one final commission, helping Under-Sheriff and Secondary of London Charles Henty investigate whether two paintings in his possession are as valuable as he thinks. The first is a landscape picture of Dedham in Essex, thought to have been painted by pre-eminent British artist Alfred Munnings, and the second painting is of a medieval French village, and was rumoured to have been produced by part-time painter, full-time prime minister Winston Churchill. Charles hopes the sale of these two potentially pricey heirlooms will help protect jobs at a working French farm he inherited. Last in the series.
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|Publication:||Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Jul 25, 2015|
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