Our journey towards the South Pembrokeshire Coast brings us to the western tip of Carmarthenshire and the ancient town of Laugharne, with its 12th century castle once painted by Turner.
Laugharne is synonymous with the Welsh poet and broadcaster Dylan Thomas, who found inspiration here for one of his best known works - 'Under Milk Wood'.
Dylan Marlais Thomas is Wales' best known and most celebrated writer. Despite periods spent in London, America and elsewhere, throughout his life Dylan kept returning to Wales.
Dylan is widely regarded as one of the twentieth century's most influential lyrical poets. Although primarily a poet, Dylan also published short stories and film scripts, and publicly performed his works and conducted radio broadcasts.
We follow in the great poet’s footsteps...visiting The Boat House, where Dylan lived and worked.