Tudur Owen: United Nations of Anglesey
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In 1978 a Japanese film crew came to 11-year-old Tudur Owen’s farm on Anglesey to make a programme about his life for a TV show called Children of the World. Then a Patagonian gaucho turned up. As did a man claiming to be a geology student called Hector. But were they all what they seemed? Written and narrated by Tudur Owen with additional voices from Lisa-Jên Brown, Richard Harrington, Gwenno Hodgkins and Yuriko Kotani. Script editor: Gareth Gwynn Production co-ordinator: Katie Baum Sound design: David Thomas Producer: Richard Morris A BBC Studios Production
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