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Voice of Mr. Bob - ''Not known'' (2005-)<br>
Voice of Mr. Bob - ''Not known'' (2005-)<br>
Voice of Eddie Butler - ''Not known'' (2006-)<br>
Voice of Eddie Butler - ''Not known'' (2006-)<br>
Voice of Emma Worthington - Emma Walford (2006-)<br>
Voice of Emma Worthington - [[Emma Walford]] (2006-)<br>

Revision as of 22:27, 26 February 2007



Alun Williams (2005-)
Mari Grug (2006-)
Alex Jones (2005-)
Elain Edwards (2005)


Voice of Mr. Bob - Not known (2005-)
Voice of Eddie Butler - Not known (2006-)
Voice of Emma Worthington - Emma Walford (2006-)


S4C Continuity Department for S4C (2005-)


Quite cheap but cheerful interactive game show for children broadcast within the continuity slots of S4C's Planed Plant service. Using the latest in WAP technology (hence the name) and live voice-activated animation, the show takes up a large amount of the day's continuity junctions during kids' shows. At least four callers take part within each episode. There are two heats and a final every day (each involving a number of live games). It's not quite that high-tech since you still have to say commands down the phone.

Anyway, the first series was a stand-alone series - but still live and produced by S4C Continuity. But from the second series onwards, it was merged into Planed Plant and the in-vision announcers were asked to present the programme for a good reason (see Trivia). Later series have also seen comedy characters Eddie Butler (Hotel Eddie) and Emma Worthington (Hotel Eddie and Crafwr) introduced to the voice cast.


The in-vision announcers from Planed Plant became presenters of WAP! after a technical breakdown in the first series when the voice-activated animation system crashed on-air leaving viewers with little more than jerky animation for a few minutes.

Only the first heat is broadcast on both S4C analogue and digital services. The second heat and the final are broadcast on digital only.

The show's future is currently under threat. S4C is to close down its in-house children's continuity department and outsource the tender to an independent production company - although there are some assurances that WAP-based games will continued to be used on-air.


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