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The finalists of the first national St David Awards will be announced at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff today.
The First Minister, Carwyn Jones, will unveil the shortlist designed to recognise exceptional achievements.
There are nine awards on offer - including a range of skills from sport to innovation and technology.
The awards will be given to people who are not simply doing their jobs, but rather those who do make a real difference to the quality of life in Wales.
The award ceremony will be held at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama on Thursday March 13th.
Bryn Terfel's won just about every honour a world famous singer could - but today he was introduced to something pretty special.
He put on his hard hat and high visibility vest and walked onto what's now a building site in Bangor but will soon become Theatr Bryn Terfel - part of the Pontio Arts Centre taking shape in the city.
Rob Shelley was there to catch one of the baritone's most unique performances...
Opera singer Bryn Terfel visited the site of the new Theatr Bryn Terfel in Bangor today.
The theatre forms part of Pontio, an arts centre at Bangor University. It is due to open later this year.
He was joined by children from nearby schools to sing a song specially composed for him.
Internationally renowned opera singer Bryn Terfel will pay his first visit to the site of the new Theatr Bryn Terfel in Bangor later today.
The theatre will be based in Pontio, Bangor University's new Arts and Innovation Centre and twill host Welsh and English drama as well as opera, circus and comedy.
It's expected to open in Autumn this year.
The singer, from Gwynedd, will also be performing a song written for him with local schoolchildren.
Actor and comedian Griff Rhys Jones has been getting to grips with the land of his fathers for a new TV series here on ITV.
A Great Welsh Adventure sees Griff explore the land of his birth, taking in the stunning scenery and searching for what he says is his inner Welshness.
What he finds is a far cry from his life being brought up in Essex, as Nicola Hendy reports.
– First minister, Carwyn Jones
"As the momentum behind this great festival gathers pace, I hope that many visitors will be encouraged to visit Wales and discover the inspiration that lies behind the legacy.
This festival will enable people to discover or rediscover Wales and Dylan Thomas, will resurrect a passion for literature and inspire people of all ages to connect moreactively with our rich cultural heritage. It is an opportunity to showcaseWales and to raise further the iconic status of this great literary figure."
Events will be held around the world throughout 2014 to mark 100 years since the birth of Dylan Thomas.
At the National Museum in Cardiff, First Minister Carwyn Jones will open an event which will give details of these celebrations.
Also launching the international festival will be the poet's granddaughter Hannah Ellis, US writer and political activist Kevin Powell, former National Poet of Wales Gwyneth Lewis and harpist Claire Jones.
Comedian Rob Brydon has been made an MBE in recognition of his services to comedy and broadcasting.
The Welsh actor is perhaps best known for his role as Uncle Bryn in the sitcom Gavin and Stacey.
The Comedian also appeared to share a joke with the Queen during the ceremony.
Welsh actor Rob Brydon, best known for his role as Uncle Bryn in the sitcom Gavin And Stacey, is to be honoured at Windsor Castle today.
He is to be made an MBE in recognition of his services to comedy and broadcasting and for charitable services.