Broadcasting House (Cardiff)
Broadcasting House Cardiff is the purpose-built headquarters for BBC Cymru Wales' radio, television and online services, situated in north Cardiff. The centre opened in 1966 and consists of three blocks housing studios, offices and technical facilities.
The building houses the national broadcaster for Wales, providing a range of English and Welsh language content for audiences across Wales on television, radio and online. Its network TV productions, including Doctor Who and Torchwood, attract millions of viewers worldwide.
Television programmes produced at Broadcasting House Cardiff include BBC Wales Today, Newyddion, Doctor Who, Doctor Who Confidential, Torchwood, The Chatterley Affair, Pobol y Cwm, Belonging, High Hopes, Satellite City and The District Nurse.
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