Gareth Gwynn

Comedy Writer, Presenter & Producer


On this page you’ll find links to some of the Sitcoms, Archive Shows, Documentaries and Podcasts I have worked on.


Tourist Trap

Tourist Trap was a semi-improvised sitcom for BBC One Wales - I co-wrote the show’s plots with Tudur Owen and Sian Harries and also provided the voice over. A collection of clips are available on the show’s webpage and an interview detailing the writing process is available on the BCG website.

Ankle Tag

Ankle Tag is a radio sitcom I co-wrote with Benjamin Partridge which starred Elis James, Katy Wix and Steve Speirs. All three series are available on BBC Sounds, Audible and from Penguin.

The Goodies: The Big Ben Theory

A brand new audio episode of The Goodies, written by John-Luke Roberts and me - with Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie and based on a plot by Barnaby Eaton-Jones.


John-Luke Roberts and I created and wrote this sitcom starring Robert Lindsay, Maureen Lipman, Naz Osmanoglu and Claudia Jessie. This playlist includes the trailer and some best-bits.

(In episode two, Rupert Bull mentioned his website, so do make sure you check it out).

Archive Shows

The Now Show

My most recent appearence on The Now Show is on the Friday Night Comedy Podcast, my first three appearences are on this Audioboom playlist and the fourth co-incided with the 50th Anniversary of BBC Local Radio.

Gareth Gwynn’s Alternative Archive

Gareth Gwynn’s Alternative Archive was the first Archive On Four to look, not backwards, but sideways - as we listened-in to radio stations from alternative universes and other dimensions.

Just A Minute: 50 Years In 28 Minutes

I produced this show for BBC Radio 4 to celebrate 50 years of Just A Minute, cutting together archive episodes and creating exchanges between panellists that could never have happened in real life.

The Gareth Gwynn Show

I was a regular presenter on BBC Radio Wales for seven years and a handful of best-bits can be found on the BBC Radio Wales show page


I have presented several documentaries for BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Wales examining Welsh identity, language, culture and politics - some of which are still available on BBC Sounds.


The Xennial Dome

The Xennial Dome is a podcast presented by Esyllt Sears and I all about those born between 1977 and 1985. Have a listen on the player below and then why not get in touch with us on MySpace! Genuinely.