Charles and Camilla visit BBC Wales’ new HQ

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The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited BBC Cymru Wales’ new headquarters in central Cardiff on the first day of their three-day visit to Wales. Prince Charles visited the set and offices for the channel’s English and Welsh-language news programmes – BBC Wales Today and Newyddion S4C. His Royal Highness concluded his tour in the four-floor garden area where he met BBC Wales’ climate and science team. Report by Iain Jones.

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