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The Little Britain star is visiting several primary schools across the UK by helicopter throughout the day.
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To mark the beginning of World Book Day today, a campaign has been launched urging readers across Wales to nominate classics of their choosing to be included on a list distributed to libraries, colleges and bookshops, for others to enjoy.
Readers are asked to nominate a book, novel or collection of short stories by collecting a form from a library or local bookshop.
"Public libraries offer a range of high quality literature in Welsh and English to readers. The production of a list - with the help of readers - will promote reading, stimulate discussion around what is a 'classic' and suggest material for 'new' readers. Libraries throughout Wales are ready to collect readers' nominations and to support this exciting campaign."
Books can also been nominated on Twitter using the #WelshClassic hashtag, with prizes offered to those with the best reason for their nomination.
The campaign is a partnership between SCL Wales, the Welsh Books Council and Literature Wales.
"We book lovers are always asking what should we read next? Prominent shelves in book shops and libraries advertise the latest bestsellers and the newly published. This list will remind us of the Welsh classics, and will draw new audiences to these books that we consider to be the building blocks of literature in Wales."
A panel of Welsh literary experts and critics nominated by these organisations will select the final list from the nominations received and agree on the inclusion of recognized classics from Wales, in English and Welsh, during the summer.
The campaign runs up until the 30th May.
Swansea's clash against Tottenham got off to a bad start after Bafetimbi Gomis fainted just minutes into the match at White Hart Lane.
The Spurs were 1-0 up in the first half but a goal from Ki Sung-Yueng put the Swans back in the game.
Swansea found it difficult to shake off Gomis' collapse, conceding another two goals in the second half.
A late goal from Gylfi Sigurdsson saw the Swans fighting it out in the last minutes but it was too late, finishing 3-2 to Tottenham.
Bafetimbi Gomis collapsed just minutes into Swansea's Premier League match at Tottenham.
The France striker, a summer signing from Lyon, went to ground as the players made their way to restart after Nacer Chadli gave Spurs an early lead.
Gomis was attended to for four minutes and left the field a stretcher, by which point he was conscious and wearing an oxygen mask.
The team announced their striker was stable via their twitter page.