Bernice RubensWinner of 'Booker Prize' 1970 and 'Wingate Prize' for her books 'The Elected Member' and 'Kingdom Come'.
Appeared in many TV mini series including 'David Copperfield', 'I Cladius' and 'Belonging'.
Bill MolloyMP for Ealing North in Harold Wilson's 1960's Government.
Bleddyn WilliamsRugby player. Played in the centre for Cardiff, Wales and the British Lions.
Bob RogersBAFTA award winning writer. Wrote screenplay for 'A town like Arthur'.
Brian FlynnFootball (Soccer) player for Wrexham, Swansea and Wales.
Brian HibbardHe's been in UK ITV's soap 'Coronation Street' and was in the film 'Twin Town'. I've spotted him in numerous other bits and pieces as well. He was also the singer in the 'Flying Pickets'.
Nobel prize winning physicist; gave his name to 'Josephson Effects'.
Lead singer and guitarist with Budgie, the rock band from the Cardiff area which were rated as Wales's best rock band in the 1970's. The band are internationally famous, top U.S. band Metallica even covered two of their songs.
Many TV and movie roles including 'Zoro' and 'Darling Buds of May'. Stunningly attractive and oozing with talent this Swansea girl became Hollywood royalty when she married screen legend Michael Douglas.
Catherine is used to mixing with the best, her career includes TV and film appearances with, amongst others David Jason, Ewan MaGregor, Tom Hanks, Sean Connery and of course Sir Anthony Hopkins.
Now married with children to Hollywood royal Michael Douglas , Catherine lives in America.
She hasn't let married life get in the way of her career, playing the lead female role in Traffic whilst pregnant!
Ceri RichardsWork displayed in the Glynne Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea.
A formidable schedule of rehearsal, performance and travel together with intelligence and talent. That's what it takes to get to the top and Cerys is well on her way.
Ex Vocalist with massive Welsh rock group Catatonia.
Charles ByrdPaintings of old Butetown and old Cardiff from the 1950's (mainly housed in Cardiff County Hall and Cardiff City Library; the 'Museum of Magical Machines', a large brightly coloured kinetic assemblages in Cardiff's Old Library (before it became the short-lived Contemporary Visual Arts Centre).
Top selling classical artist with a string of hit albums such as 'Voice of an Angel', 'Charlotte Church' and 'Dream a Dream'.
Charlotte HobroughWinner of 'Miss Cardiff' and 'Miss Vale of Glamorgan' titles.
Chris ColemanPlayed football (Soccer) for Swansea City, Crystal Palace and captained Fulham.
Lead singer and composer with 'Waterfront', achieved number one hit with song 'Cry' in USA 1989. Won award for most performed pop song in USA in 1989.