Former Welsh newsreader Arfon Haines Davies is to be moved to a new home at the National Museum of Wales Cardiff.
The HTV legend, who currently lives in a small cottage in the middle of nowhere, told WalesOnCraic:
“I’m delighted to hear that I am being moved to the museum. I was getting pretty bored up there in my cottage, especially as it had no roof and the moisture really affects my lovely bouffant hair.”
Museum curator, Enid Blenkinsopp, told WalesOnCraic:
“Arfon will be installed in the new Welsh Media Exhibition that we’re running. He’ll be sat reading the Welsh news in a mock studio for 12 hours a day. He can have a lunch break and two coffee breaks but we’ll be making sure that we get our money’s worth.”
The exhibition will contain other relics of Welsh media, including the Western Mail, the South Wales Echo and the Cardiff Post.