Coast and Country: Made in Wales!

Stained glass, made in Wales

The sun dappled waters of the River Teifi are a daily source of inspiration to artists Chris and Justine Dodd. They are stained glass artists, and the work they've produced has won then international acclaim.

Chris and Justine have been working together for the past 16 years.

Working together on a project

From the traditional style of stained glass the couple also produce abstract and experimental pieces. Their business Cariad Glass is blooming, and as Chris shows me, a steady hand is all important!

A steady hand to cut the glass

Also tonight, Andrew meets sculptor Sean Kehoe. From his home in Dale, West Wales the former art teacher makes sculptures out of debris salvaged from around the coastline.

When Andrew meets Sean!

Sycamore, ash, pinewood, old sleepers.. anything can be turned into art! And some of Sean's pieces are more unusual than others!!

Wood art!

Sean is constantly searching for more inspiration, which for Andrew means a trip around the Milford Haven Estuary in Sean's "super yacht!"

All hands on deck!

Hannah heads to the rolling hills of Radnorshire, where the flowing water on one family farm has turned into a multi-million pounds business.

Hannah meets William Watkins, the founder of the firm!

Radnor Hills, near Knighton is one of the largest bottling plants in Wales. Over 200 million bottles of water and soft drinks are produced each year,

Production line

And we meet Jane Bissett, who recently gave up a job with MOD to become a full-time shepherdess.

Jane tends her flock

Jane looks after her flocks in the Vale of Glamorgan. Her love and dedication to her animals is clear! And the wool the sheep provide means Jane has provided Jane something of a sideline!

Wool from Jane's sheep

Jane now runs a spinning class, turning the wool into sheepskin rugs and spinning yarn.

Spinning class

So, don't forget, Coast and Country tonight at 8pm on itv Cymru Wales.

Tonight at 8pm!