The Prince of Wales has recorded one of his favourite poems by Dylan Thomas to mark National Poetry Day.
It is day four of Prince Charles's trip to Wales. Here is a photographic snapshot of his visit so far.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited St Asaph, Bodnant, RAF Valley and Aberystwyth on the first day of their tour.
The Prince of Wales has visited Swansea Market to meet stall holders.
Prince Charles has a day of engagements in South Wales ahead, with visits to Swansea and Port Talbot planned.
He will first visit Tata Steel to commemorate a new blast furnace before moving onto Swansea's historic market to meet local stall owners.
As part of the Welsh Government's year-long celebrations marking 100 years since the birth of Dylan Thomas, Prince Charles will visit the birthplace of the late poet and meet members of his family.
The Prince of Wales will leave with a rather festive spring in his step - his last engagement is a traditional Plygain carol service at the University of Wales Trinity Saint Davids, of which he is Patron.
Prince Charles will unveil a plaque at Tata Steel in Port Talbot today to commemorate the completion of a new £185 million blast furnace.
Tata Steel employs around 7,000 people in Wales. The Prince of Wales will meet some of the 3,500 employees who work at the site in Port Talbot.
The new blast furnace is currently the largest industrial engineering project in the UK.
It will work with its neighbouring equivalent in producing up to five million tonnes of molten iron every year to be processed into steel 'hot rolled coil' on the same site.
Former royal harpist Catrin Finch is sounding out a very different future for herself after collaborating with British composer John Rutter.
Their album, recorded in June and released a few weeks ago, has just topped the classical charts.
The musician said it was a 'real honour' and a 'great privilege' to work with the world-famous composer, adding that they're 'chuffed to bits' at their success.
The Prince of Wales presents Operational Service Medals as he welcomes home the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards who have recently returned from Afghanistan at Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow, West London.
It's the last day of the royal summer tour, and the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have spent it visiting a project which won the ITV People's Millions last year.
David Wood has been at the Swansea Community Farm with the royal couple.
On the fourth day of the royal summer tour of Wales Prince Charles will meet volunteers from InKind Direct, a charity that redistributes surplus goods from manufacturers and retailers to charities across the UK.
The Prince of Wales will visit Swansea Community Farm, to see how InKind help them to save money by providing them with hi-visibility jackets, cleaning products, toiletries, children's books, coloured pencils and footballs.
InKind Direct was founded by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1996, and he is now the President of the charity.
On the third day of the annual summer tour of Wales, Prince Charles met local food producers and residents in Aberaeron, Ceredigion and Tregaron.
In Ceredigion, the Prince of Wales visited Llanrhystud Mill in Felin Ganol, which has recently been restored.
The mill produces organic stoneground flour and is the only working water-powered cornmill with original machinery in Ceredigion.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cornwall hosted a tea party on the couples' Llandovery estate for children and staff from the Ty Hafan children's hospice.