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Bang is British Drama TV series. Produced by Joio. Stars: Jacob Ifan, Gareth Jewell, Sara Lloyd. Also known as Det rykande vapnet in Finland. It debuted on Sep 10, 2017, on S4C. The series has 6.7 * rating by IMDb. Won the BAFTA Cymru Award, Gold Torc Award for Excellence.


How Many Seasons Of Bang Are Out: 1 (8 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on September 10, 2017

S4C, 8 episodes

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Bang is on S4C (United Kingdom) Sundays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S1E8 (Part of It) - Air Date: Oct 29, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Crime-busters and 'mad scientists' delight at Pembroke Dock 'Big Bang' - Western Telegraph - via Westerntelegraph

Michelle Francis at the BIC said: “We are delighted with this year’s fantastic turn out. Accommodating the 2018 event was slightly more challenging than previous years as the Bridge Innovation Centre’s offices and workshops are close to full with tenants.

TV show The Big Bang Theory to end after the next series - Wales Online - via Walesonline

It's ten years since Woolworths closed on Bangor High Street - The Bangor Aye - via Thebangoraye

Alex Jones suffered an awkward wardrobe malfunction and flashed Big Bang Theory star during The One Show - WalesOnline - via Walesonline

From Wales to Bangor: Welsh roots run deep - Saskatoon StarPhoenix - via Thestarphoenix

Join fine four fendered friend Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in Colwyn Bay's latest Dementia Friendly Film - North Wales Pioneer - via Northwalespioneer

The screening of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will include an interval with live entertainment, provided by and in partnership with Welsh National Opera and supported by Canu Conwy, the Conwy County Borough Council staff choir.

New TV series gives you the chance to get a foot on the property ladder! - The Bangor Aye - via Thebangoraye

TV presenter Iolo Williams to give talk at Pontio - The Bangor Aye - via Thebangoraye

Welsh Dragon successfully hatched at Bangor University - The Bangor Aye - via Thebangoraye

Pinewood's Welsh TV fund frustrating, claim Bang producers - via Bbc

While the company emphasises that the funding was essential in realising the project, they were "not always confident we knew how the process of awarding the investment would play out and what the timescale would be".

Welsh Cup: Live broadcast of Holyhead Hotspur v Bangor City scrapped - Daily Post North Wales - via Dailypost

Evolutions acquires Bristol's Big Bang Post | News - Broadcast - via Broadcastnow

Pontypridd actor Andy Hockley is heading back to South Wales in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - WalesOnline - via Walesonline

Kieron Roberts jailed for killing outside Bangor nightclub - BBC News - via Bbc

Scott Aukerman teases 'Comedy Bang Bang' - Digital Spy - via Digitalspy


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