Chwilio am Seren

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== Co-hosts ==
== Co-hosts ==
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Mentors: [[Connie Fisher]], Tara Bethan, Stifyn Parri
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[[Connie Fisher]] (2018-)<br>
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Tara Bethan (2018-)<br>
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Stifyn Parri (2018)<br>
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Lloyd Macey (2019-)
== Broadcast ==
== Broadcast ==
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== Synopsis ==
== Synopsis ==
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Singers between the ages of 9 and 14 perform. The winning song will go forward to the [[Junior Eurovision Song Contest]].
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Singers between the ages of 9 and 14 perform. The winner goes forward to represent Wales in the [[Junior Eurovision Song Contest]].
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There's very little new in the world of talent shows; auditions, then some sort of selection, and a public final. ''Chwilio am Seren'' followed the template to the letter.
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Our mentors - Connie Fisher, Stifyn Parri, and Tara Bethan - heard young singers and groups perform. Twenty of the best went through to learn some simple choreography, then the best sang at a shopping centre. Six made it to the live final.
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In true Junior Eurovision style, the whole effort was positive and joyful, a celebration of what these young performers could achieve. The winner went through to represent S4C at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, all of the finalists can say "we sang on national television, and we were brilliant."
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== Champions ==
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== Trivia ==
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Translated as ''Search for a Star''.
Translated as ''Search for a Star''.
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== Web links ==
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[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06k9td7 BBC programme page]
== See also ==
== See also ==
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[[Weaver's Week 2018-10-14|Weaver's Week review]]
[[Junior Eurovision Song Contest]]
[[Junior Eurovision Song Contest]]
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Current revision as of 05:08, 19 May 2019

Contents

Host

Trystan Ellis-Morris

Co-hosts

Mentors:
Connie Fisher (2018-)
Tara Bethan (2018-)
Stifyn Parri (2018)
Lloyd Macey (2019-)

Broadcast

Rondo Media for S4C, 18 September 2018 to present

Synopsis

Singers between the ages of 9 and 14 perform. The winner goes forward to represent Wales in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

There's very little new in the world of talent shows; auditions, then some sort of selection, and a public final. Chwilio am Seren followed the template to the letter.

Our mentors - Connie Fisher, Stifyn Parri, and Tara Bethan - heard young singers and groups perform. Twenty of the best went through to learn some simple choreography, then the best sang at a shopping centre. Six made it to the live final.

In true Junior Eurovision style, the whole effort was positive and joyful, a celebration of what these young performers could achieve. The winner went through to represent S4C at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, all of the finalists can say "we sang on national television, and we were brilliant."

Champions

2018 Manw

Trivia

Translated as Search for a Star.

Web links

BBC programme page

See also

Weaver's Week review

Junior Eurovision Song Contest

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