Wild Wales is the three-part, three-hour series in which Iolo Williams shares his passion for Welsh wildlife.

Filmed over a year, Wild Wales features stunning aerial and wildlife photography, starting in the south and moving through Mid Wales into the rugged north west.

Footage includes a hunting osprey, rare and protected species such as the lesser horseshoe bat, a grey seal colony, red deer at Ramsey Island, hen harriers, black grouse and great crested grebes.

The title music for Wild Wales was composed by John Hardy, with all other music for the series specially written, recorded and produced by John in collaboration with regular associates Hugh Fowler, Rob Whitehead and Andrew Lawson.

The popular series is produced by John Gwyn and was first broadcast by BBC One Wales in May 2010, then by BBC Two throughout the UK on Sunday evenings and repeated during the week, then again on BBC One in September and October, with episodes available to view online for seven days after broadcast with the BBC iPlayer.