Wales has produced some of the best-loved and most distinctive writers of recent decades; chart-toppers who’ve also managed to please the most demanding critics. Yet these writers haven’t always received the attention they deserve. Now, Great Welsh Writers takes a fresh and in-depth look at Wales’ very best authors and poets: the late Leslie Thomas and Elaine Morgan, Ken Follett, Philip Pullman, Gillian Clarke, and the late Vernon Watkins and Dannie Abse. In exclusive interviews, they reveal the sources of their inspiration and secrets of their craft, tell us about the events that shaped their lives, and spell out how Wales has been at the heart of their creativity. With contributions from Sir David Attenborough, Siân Phillips, Frederick Forsyth and Terry Jones.