The British Film Institute (BFI) is to launch its first "digital jukebox" in Wales, allowing people to access its archive.

In March, Wrexham Library will be the home of the first ever BFI Mediatheque outside England.

The system allows people to watch films and TV programmes from the national archive free of charge, and there are currently 1,500 titles available.

Wrexham council said it was "proud" to host the first Mediatheque in Wales.

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