Television and radio presenter, Jamie Owen, will talk about his work in Jordan, Egypt and Libya this evening, Friday, at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery.

The face of BBC Wales Today, has been working in the Middle East helping journalists to launch new programmes in countries formerly ruled by dictators.

The talk is part of the museum’s series of annual lectures. Jamie is a native of Pembrokeshire and the president of the museum.

The event will take place at the Castle Hill venue this evening (Friday), at 7pm. Limited seats available and booking is advisable. Tickets are £5 (£4 with friend’s card). Phone 01834 842809 for more information.