If you’re enjoying the show so far, and you want to find out a little more, you have the chance to ask Richard Parks your questions!
It’s tonight at 8pm – don’t miss out
— BBC Wales (@BBCWales) September 18, 2016
Dale at the formal dinner at the Gold Panda Documentary Festival in Chengdu being presented by Jianying Sun, Director of the TV festival, with a ‘letter of appointment’ as a senior consultant to the festival and as a senior international advisor for the Chinese ‘Youth Elite Cultivation Plan for International Media’.
Dale says: “It’s a real honour and thrill to receive these appointments. I have had a incredible time at the Gold Panda Documentary Festival. China is really starting to take the documentary genre to its heart right now and this is a very exciting place with lots of young emerging talent. This is my third time in China this year and I hope to be coming back very soon.”
BBC Wales have made Richard Parks their cover photo over on their official BBC Cymru Wales Facebook page!
We still have two more episodes to go – next one is on Monday 19th September at 7:30pm.
During the filming of Extreme Wales with Richard Parks, we went to the most beautiful locations in Wales.
Check out where we went with this beautifully scenic aerial video.
Check out the trailer for our new TV series – Extreme Wales with Richard Parks.
It’s available to watch on BBC One Wales from Monday 12th September at 7:30pm, and on the iPlayer.
Take your breath away – watch Dale do the “Polar Plunge” at the North Pole. The temperature was -1.5 degree celsius. Our nuclear ice breaker “50 Year of Adventure” had opened up holes in the sea ice! And Quark provided the vodka shots and the towels!