BBC Wales Today

BBC Wales has produced television news bulletins for Wales since 1957. Initially titled ‘News For Wales’, the programme was renamed ‘Wales Today’ in 1962, although until 1964 it was still presented as a double news bulletin, together with ‘Points West’ for the Westcountry.

The same studio is shared for Newyddion (BBC Cymru’s Welsh language news provision to S4C), as well as numerous other local news programmes, including Ffeil and the now defunct 2W News.

BBC Wales Today is one of few BBC regional news programmes to be fronted by a single presenter – the two main presenters are Jamie Owen and Lucy Owen.

BBC Wales Today: 1995-1999

A new look for BBC Wales Today was launched in 1995.

BBC Wales Today: 1999-2005

BBC Wales Today - along with Newsroom South East, Newsline and Reporting Scotland - updated its titles and graphics on 4 October 1999.

BBC Wales Today: 2005-2008

A new look was introduced to BBC Wales Today on 7 March 2005.

BBC Wales Today: 2008-2010

BBC Wales Today updated its titles and graphics on 21 April 2008, coinciding with the relaunch of BBC News.

BBC Wales Today: 2010-2013

BBC Wales Today adopted a new set similar to the national news studio on 1 June 2010. Titles and graphics remained unchanged.

BBC Wales Today: 2013-

BBC Wales Today updated its set on 22 April 2013, again to more closely match the national Broadcasting House set in London.