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Co-ordinator / researcher

Twt Productions is looking for a children’s television production co-ordinator / researcher to work on series 2 of ‘Caru Canu a Stori’ for S4C / Cyw

There will be about 15 days of work over a 5 week period from the mid June to mid July.

You will work from home but will need to be available for 5 days filming at a studio in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan.

Your main duties will be preparing scripts ready for filming, arranging props, logging shots on location and preparing metadata forms.

There will be other occasional work as well.

If you have experience and are interested in the work, please send your CV to


Some episodes from series 1 are available to watch here:



Dysgu Gartref / Learning at Home

Following a period of working on Bitesize content at the start of the pandemic in the spring and summer of 2020, it was a pleasure to work once again on content to help children learn at home.

This time, we had the pleasure of packaging content for Bitesize’s ‘Dysgu Gartref’ (‘Learning at Home’) service, for broadcast on S4C. Bitesize resources are extremely useful for children of all ages and it was great to see them available for the first time in Welsh on S4C and the BBC iplayer. 

A Portfolio Career in the Visual Arts

Twt Productions was recently invited by the Arts Council of Wales to create an interactive PDF to host 30 films to publicise the myriad of fantastic opportunities available to young people in the visual arts.

The Arts Council selected 15 creatives to film themselves talking about their work. The challenge for us was to work with these talented creatives on their content and to encourage their filming skills.

We created 2 PDF’s for the client; one Welsh and one English. All films were subtitled in both languages.

The PDF was designed by Gafyn Jones at Mwstard Ltd and the Films were edited by Scott at Next Level Production.

Twt also produced a multi platform promo to coincide with the campaign




Caru Canu 2 on Cyw

Ji Geffyl Bach;  Mi Welais Long yn Hwylio; Pen, Ysgwyddau, Coesau Traed; Bili Broga…If you and your children enjoy listening to, and watching lovely animated lullabies and nursery rhymes – both traditional and modern –  then you’re sure to enjoy the new series of Caru Canu.

Animated wonderfully by Picl Animation Animation students at Cardiff Met University, you can watch the series every Wednesday morning on Cyw, or anytime you like on Clic and the iplayer.

10 of the new songs can now be found on YouTube, with more to follow next month.