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During six years service with the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards Tim Rees saw active service in Northern Ireland and the Falklands War of 1982. During peacetime, his duties included battalion photographer, a job which meant covering many historical and royal events. A place he would regularly grab a bunk when in London was Buckingham Palace! On leaving the army, he went to work for the BBC in Cardiff. Very shortly after joining he was asked to tell his story of the Falklands War and the BBC One Play for Today, Mimosa Boys, was the result. He also advised on six plays for BBC Belfast entitled Ties of Blood.
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