A book of travel writing by the popular broadcaster in which he explores the rich diversity of the Welsh landscape and meets people along the way; includes journeys to Snowdon, the Wye valley, Anglesey, the Brecon Beacons, Llangollen, and Betws-y-Coed; full colour photographs on each page. -- Welsh Books Council
Jamie Owen was born and brought up in Pembrokeshire and was educated at Christ College, Brecon. He trained as a journalist at Cardiff University and joined the BBC in 1989. He's one of the best-known faces in Wales, presenting the nightly news programme, Wales Today. He also has a popular daily radio programme on BBC Radio Wales which picks up excellent morning audiences. Stunning landscape photography from four eminent Welsh photographers: Martin Cavaney, Aled Hughes, Steve Lewis and Jeremy Moore.