Wales's film and TV industry has grown by 50 percent in the last 10 years.
It's not surprising, therefore, to learn that many of TV's biggest hits are currently filmed on production here. Not only high end dramas like Will, based on the early life of William Shakespeare and Netflix's current hit The Crown, but grassroots films such as Laurence Patrick's recent sci fi adventure 501 Days.
The future seems to be looking good too, with another major studio due to open in Cardiff in the next few months. And some say the industry here could be helped by the prospect of Brexit. Lorna Prichard investigates.
Police are appealing to find a missing teenager, who went missing in Swansea.
Eighteen year old Marcin Porczyk has not been seen since 3am on Sunday 22 January.
He was last seen in the Wind Street area of Swansea and North Wales Police said he could be injured.
He is believed to be wearing black jeans and a plain green top with a triangle on the front.
Anyone with more information should contact the police by calling 101.
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