Gareth Gwynn

Gareth Gwynn is an experienced Welsh comedy writer, radio presenter and producer. He is a two-time Radio Academy Award winner, a 4Talent Award winner, a four-time Celtic Media Award nominee, an Audible Audio Production Award nominee, a Prix Marulic International Radio Festival nominee and a former recipient of the BBC Radio Comedy department's writer's bursary.

He has written and co-written a wide range of broadcast sitcoms for television and radio including Ankle Tag (BBC Radio 4), Tourist Trap (BBC One Wales), Bull (GOLD) and an audio-edition of The Goodies (Audible).

Gareth is a regular writer on the BBC's flagship topical radio comedy shows The News Quiz and The Now Show (on which he has also appeared as a performer) and has written for Have I Got News For You several times. He also co-devised and co-writes O'r Diwedda satirical review of the year, for S4C.

Gareth was a regular presenter on BBC Radio Wales from 2010 to 2017 and has presented a number of documentaries for both BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio 4 examining Welsh identity, language, culture, politics and the campaign for independence. In 2019 he presented Gareth Gwynn's Alternative Archive, a comedic edition of the Archive On 4 strand which told stories from parallel universes and other worlds using cut-up audio.

And he has a maths degree. There's a curveball.


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Sitcom Writing

  • Ankle Tag (with Benjamin Partridge), BBC Radio 2/BBC Radio 4, 2015-20

  • Tourist Trap (with Sian Harries and Tudur Owen), BBC One Wales, 2018-20

  • The Goodies (with John-Luke Roberts, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie and Barnaby Eaton Jones), Audible, 2019

  • Tony Law: 21st Century Adventurer (with John-Luke Roberts), BBC Radio 4, 2017

  • Bull (with John-Luke Roberts), GOLD, 2015

  • Passing On, BBC Radio Wales, 2014

  • Social Club FM (with Elis James. Script edited by Chris Corcoran), BBC Radio Wales, 2011-13

  • Those That Can’t (Series 4) (with Chris Corcoran), Writer, BBC Radio Wales, 2012

  • Antiquity (with John-Luke Roberts), BBC Radio 4, 2010 

A full CV is available at

Comedy, Radio, Television