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TV fishing documentary filmed in Caerphilly set to air

Caerphilly Angling Club authority Andrew Riste, left, with Correy Burrows and presenter Will Millard, right

An arriving partial of a BBC TV fishing documentary has been filmed in Caerphilly.

The third partial of Go Fish! with Will Millard will atmosphere on BBC One Wales during 8pm on Friday, Jul 12.

The uncover sees presenter Will Millard transport opposite Wales throwing fish, with Friday’s partial focusing on canopy fishing during Caerphilly Castle moat.

As partial of a episode, Mr Millard meets adult with members of Caerphilly Angling Club.

Speaking about a episode, Mr Millard said: “Away from a fish, this is a story about subculture and obsession: an civic common who while divided hours and days cocooned in small tents subsequent to really large lakes.

“I accommodate a immature group whose lives have been altered by a canopy in a shade of Caerphilly Castle.”

Caerphilly Angling Club authority Andrew Riste said: “It was great. To be asked by Will to seem on a uncover was an comprehensive honour.

“I consider being on radio will uncover members how advantageous we are to be means to fish in such an iconic venue.

“I consider people in Caerphilly take a palace for granted. We have people from all over a universe come to revisit it.

“There aren’t many places in a universe where we can fish with such a backdrop.

“Hopefully younger people will see a programme and wish to get involved.

Mr Riste added: “I’ve not seen a uncover myself yet. I’ll be in work until 9pm on Friday so we won’t be means to watch it live, though my mother will be examination it with her parents.

“Unfortunately I’ll have to watch it on iPlayer with a good Chinese takeaway.

“I’m a bit shaken though I’m also excited. It’s been a prolonged week watchful for it to come out.”

During a episode, Mr Millard will also revisit Cardiff docklands and Swansea, where he will follow a Welsh ladies canopy group as they take on a Royal Engineers.

The partial will be accessible on a BBC iPlayer after it has aired.

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