“I like to give communities a voice, especially voices that don’t usually get heard.” Experienced multi-media artist and disability rights activist at an international level. Work has been broadcast on both TV and radio and has toured and exhibited at home and abroad including Poland, Finland, Qatar, Canada, New Zealand and America where his work was exhibited at the Kennedy Centre, Washington DC. Winner of a Major Creative Wales Award.

Chris Tally Evans

performance, media, equality

Chris lives near the banks of the river Wye in Rhayader, the first town you come to following the Wye from its source on the river’s journey to the sea. He lives with his partner and raised his son here.

Chris’ 5 part series for BBC Radio 4, My Mile of the River, celebrates a year in the life of a reach of one mile of the River Wye and the people who live and work along it. Click on the river to listen to Episode One.

On radio


Friday 13th May

18:30

BBC RADIO WALES

  This programme will be available on BBC Sounds shortly after broadcast

Passion and intrigue as visually impaired writer Chris Tally Evans uses drama and research to explore a story for Dylan Thomas's blind character and his love for Rosie Probert

Broadcasts

Sun 15 May 2022
06:00
BBC RADIO WALES

Mon 16 May 2022
05:30
BBC RADIO WALES

Fri 13 May 2022
18:30
BBC RADIO WALES