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The annual BAFTA Cymru Awards get underway tonight in Cardiff's St David's Hall.
Those expected to attend include Monty Python star Terry Jones, who will be presented with the BAFTA Special Award for Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television. He will be accompanied by his friend and fellow actor Michael Palin.
The BAFTA-winning make-up artist Siân Grigg will also be present to receive the Siân Phillips Award, while the show will be hosted by DJ and presenter Huw Stephens.
The organisers of the Cardiff Half Marathon say the city will host its own marathon next year.
Run 4 Wales chief Matt Newman told the BBC an announcement would be made "in the next two weeks" of a full marathon to take place in April.
More than 17,000 runners are said to have taken part in the Cardiff Half Marathon today.
The race remains Wales' largest charity fundraising event, with an estimated £2.5million raised this year alone.
In the men's race, Shadrack Korir set a course record and a personal best of 1:00:54, while Violah Jepchumba, 25, won the women's race in another record time of 1:08:12.
Thousands of runners and well-wishers are in the Welsh capital this morning, gearing up for the annual Cardiff Half Marathon.
The 13.1 mile race begins at 10am in the city centre, and there are widespread road closures across the city.