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Guru Live Cymru is our series of events for emerging creative talent in Cardiff.

Delve into the world of factual multi-platform storytelling as we unpick what it takes to create engaging documentaries and podcasts with Catrin Nye (investigative journalist and documentary maker of A Very British Cult) and James Robinson (producer of Acid Dream: The Great LSD Plot. Hosted by Rebecca Hardy.

Catrin Nye is a BAFTA Cymru award-winning investigative journalist, documentary maker and presenter.​ She currently works for the BBC’s Investigations Unit as a senior reporter specialising in long form news and current affairs as well as digital storytelling. Catrin also presents for BBC Panorama and has her own radio programme on BBC Radio Wales called The Idea.

Guru Live Cymru ’24 Closing Party: 20:00 - 21:15

Join us after the final session for a drink and some nibbles to close out the day.

Spaces are limited and only available to those who have booked and attended a Guru Live Cymru session. If you would like to attend the Closing Party please email [email protected] after booking your Guru Live Cymru session.

If you would like to attend this event and you are under the age of 18, or if you would like to attend the event with anybody under the age of 18, please email [email protected] before the event.

For any individuals who are under the age of 18, a parent or guardian will need to confirm to BAFTA that they are happy for the individual to attend the event and sign a consent form. We will not be able to admit any under 18’s to our event without a signed consent form from a parent or guardian.

James Robinson is an Exec Producer in BBC Studios’ Comedy and Entertainment team. He has experience across audio drama, documentary and comedy, including the British Podcast Award-winning drama serial Tracks, Radio 4’s flagship topical comedy The News Quiz and the BBC Wales podcast series Acid Dream, which won Best Non-Fiction podcast at last year’s Banff World Media festival.

Meic Parry is a producer and sound engineer who presented and produced BBC Sounds true crime podcast The Crossbow Killer - a series unravelling the gruesome murder of retired lecturer Gerald Corrigan in Anglesey in 2019. The podcast was recently shortlisted at the True Crime Awards, The Radio Academy Awards (ARIAS) and the Celtic Media Festival.