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Visit Mid Wales are tapping into the growing trend of “Slow TV” with a series of live-streams that will show off the natural beauty of some of the region’s most stunning locations.

 

Slow TV is a burgeoning trend which sees viewers tuning in to watch something not necessarily to be entertained, but to feel relaxed – the most famous instance of this being a 7-hour train ride from Bergen to Oslo, broadcast on Norwegian television and watched by nearly 20% of the population in total.

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There will be four streams of four different locations over four days, beginning on Tuesday 16th of October. Viewers will be given the opportunity to escape to Mwnt Beach on the Cardigan Bay Coast, Blaenhafren Falls in the Hafren Forest, Ynyshir RSPB Reserve and Lake Vyrnwy, all broadcast live throughout the day on various social channels as well as the official Visit Mid Wales website.

Check out some of Tuesday’s live-stream at Lake Vyrnwy below:

Check out some of Wednesday’s live-stream at Ynyshir RSPB Reserve below:

Check out some of Thursday’s live-stream at Blaenhafren Falls in Hafren Forest below:

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