Mae gwaith Ffion fel cyflwynydd, cyfranydd ac uwch-gynhyrchydd yn cynnwys y teitlau canlynol:
Yn y gyfres hon, mae Ffion yn hel straeon cymhellgar y merched sy’ wedi gadael eu marc ar hanes ein gwlad, gan gynnwys Laura Ashley, Megan Lloyd George, Kate Roberts, Cranogwen, y chwiorydd Davies a Lady Llanofer.
Mae Cyfres 2, Ionawr 2014, yn cynnwys hanesion Gwen John, Ann Griffiths, Grace Williams, Catrin o Ferain, Margaret Haigh Thomas ac Amy Dilwyn.
Mae Ffion Hague ‘nol yn ei chynefin Cymreig yn ymweld a rhai o’i hoff leoedd gyda Matt Thomas.
Ffion Hague sy’n darllen o’i llyfr newydd ‘The Pain and the Privilege: The Women in Lloyd George’s Life’, bywgraffiad o’r merched ym mywyd y Dewin Cymreig.
Michael Berkeley sy’n cwrdd a Ffion Hague. Mae ei detholiad cerddorol yn cynnwys Bryn Terfel yn canu hwyangerdd Cymreig, motet gan Bruckner, Cantique de Jean Racine gan Faure a choncerti gan Mozart a Bach.
Ffion Hague sy'n cyflwyno rhaglen ddogfen sy'n olrhain perthynas David Lloyd George, un o wleidyddion mwyaf Cymru a Phrydain, gyda'i ddwy wraig.
Ffion’s work as a presenter, contributor and executive producer include the following titles:
Ffion profiles the fascinating lives of Welsh women who left their mark on our nation’s history, including Laura Ashley, Megan Lloyd George, Kate Roberts, Cranogwen, the Davies sisters and Lady Llanover.
Series 2, broadcast in January 2014, features among others, Gwen John, Ann Griffiths and Grace Williams.
Ffion Hague is back in her Welsh homeland examining her past for a new documentary series. She takes Matt Thomas on a whistle-stop tour of three favourite places.
Ffion Hague reads from her new book, ‘The Pain and the Privilege: The Women in Lloyd George’s Life’, which explores the role of women in David Lloyd George's life.
Michael Berkeley meets Ffion Hague. Her musical choices include Bryn Terfel singing a Welsh lullaby, Bruckner's motet Christus factus est, Faure's Cantique de Jean Racine and concerto movements by Mozart and Bach.
Ffion Hague presents a documentary tracing the relationship between David Lloyd George, one of Britain's greatest politicians, and his two wives.
Following the success of ‘The Pain and the Privilege’, published in 2008, Ffion is currently working on her second biography. She is frequently asked to speak at events and literary festivals. In 2000, Ffion was on the judging panel for the Orange Prize for Fiction and in 2009 she was a judge for the Royal Society Prize for science writing. She chaired the judging panel for the Welsh Book of the Year in 2013.
Ffion is Deputy Chairman of English National Opera and in 2008 published her first major book, “The Pain and the Privilege”, a biography of the women in David Lloyd George’s life which has given rise to many broadcasting projects, including the BAFTA Wales-winning documentary “The Two Wives of Lloyd George” (2009) and a six-part series, ‘Mamwlad’ for S4C. In 2010, Ffion was elected an Honorary Fellow of Harris Manchester College, Oxford.
Ffion Hague has been conducting board evaluations for over 10 years. She is a specialist in corporate governance, a coach and mentor for new non-executive directors and is regularly asked to speak on board effectiveness and diversity.
Independent Board Evaluation was founded by Ffion in 2008 and is an independent consultancy working exclusively on board effectiveness reviews.