Our Welsh Chapel Dream, which is based in Pwllheli in North Wales, began earlier this month on Channel 4 starring Keith Brymer Jones and his wife Marj Hogarth. 

The four-part Channel 4 series follows the couple as they "throw themselves into the restoration of a derelict Welsh chapel" in the hope of converting it into their "forever home complete with a working pottery studio".

The first three episodes are available to stream now and have seen Brymer Jones and his partner Hogarth begin their journey to creating their forever home.

Viewers so far have seen the pair rip out rot from the chapel, pitch their transformation plan to the local community and after receiving planning permission begin removing the pews, parquet floor and large pulpit in the main hall.

But you may be wondering who Keith Brymer Jones and his wife Marj Hogarth are, and perhaps you've seen them before.

There is a good chance you have and here's why.

Who is Keith Brymer Jones?

Keith Brymer Jones is best known for his role as a judge on Channel 4's Great Pottery Throwdown.

But his other job and "passion" is ceramics. 

On his website, Brymer Jones explains: "I have been a ceramicist and design expert amassing both knowledge and experience for over four decades.

"Not only have I been successful with my own collection of ceramics, the award-winning ‘Word Range’, I also work collaboratively with both British & International designers, artists illustrators & fashion houses."

The 'Word Range' is inspired by his struggle with dyslexia. 

It started out as a handful of mugs and has grown to include kitchenware, homeware, tableware, plates, bowls and storage jars.

Who is Marj Hogarth?

Marj Hogarth is an actress who has appeared on several TV shows and podcasts.

Her first major role was on The Karen Dunbar Show which ran from 2003 to 2006. 

She also made brief appearances on the likes of BBC series such as Still Game and M.I High.

Hogarth was also involved in the podcast series Fags, Mags and Bags which ran from 2007 to 2022, featuring 25 episodes, according to IMDb.

Where is Our Welsh Chapel Dream located?

Brymer Jones and Hogarth purchased Capel Salem, previously owned by the Presbyterian Church of Wales, back in 2022 for £200,000.

The chapel, which had been on the market for 12 years, is located on the corner of Allt Salem Terrace and Lleiniau Uchaf (Church Place) in Pwllheli, located on the Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd.

There are residential streets on either side, and it is near another Grade II listed building, St Peter’s church.

When is the fourth and final episode of Our Welsh Chapel Dream on Channel 4?

The first three episodes of Our Welsh Chapel Dream are available now on BBC iPlayer.


The show usually airs on Channel 4 at 8pm on Sundays, but will not air at the same time this week (May 19) due to the F1 Emilia Romagna grand prix.

A release date/time for the fourth and final episode of the series is yet to be revealed by Channel 4.

Be sure to keep an eye on the Channel 4 website for updates.