Programme

Cinio Haf 2022

The Evening's Programme

  • 18.15   Drinks reception in the company of harpist Alis Huws
  • 19.00  Three Course Dinner
  • 21.00  Guest Speaker Huw Edwards
  • 21.30  Auction
  • 22.45 Close

Huw Edwards

Huw Edwards is familiar to us all as the main presenter of the flagship news broadcast, the Ten O'Clock News on BBC One. Although predominantly a news journalist, during his career Huw has presented a wide range of programmes on television and radio. To mention only a few broadcasts involving Huw: he led the BBC commentary team at the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics,the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the inauguration of Barack Obama. He presented the BBC's coverage of the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, for which he and the team won a BAFTA Award for Best Coverage of a Live Event. Huw has a particular interest in history and has presented documentaries on many historical subjects, including Owain Glyndŵr, Gladstone and Disraeli. The fascinating historical documentary series entitled The Story of Wales can also be attributed to Huw. On a lighter note, he appeared as himself in 2012, in a cameo role in the 23rd James Bond film Skyfall! Huw is married to Vicky Flind, a BBC producer, and they live in Dulwich with their five children.

We will be honoured and delighted to welcome Huw Edwards as the guest speaker at Cinio Haf 2022.

Alis Huws

Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales, Alis Huws is a freelance soloist and chamber musician. She has played for the Royal Family on several occasions, and given performances across Europe and the Far East. Closer to home, Alis performs regularly at high-profile events for the Welsh Government, including the opening of their new offices at the British Embassy in Berlin. She joined Katherine Jenkins and Only Men Aloud in a performance celebrating the UEFA Champions League Final in Cardiff. ​

Alis is highly passionate about outreach work, and received the Rev. Paul Bigmore Music in the Community Award. She takes the harp into care homes regularly and is particularly interested in the benefits that music can bring to dementia patients. ​Alis also gives workshops and recitals in schools.

We look forward very much to Alis Huws's recital during our drinks reception.