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Keep up with the latest events at Swansea's Big Screen
Image shows people in Castle Square watching a race on the Big Screen
Spectators watching the sport on the Big Screen in Castle Square, Swansea

BBC Cymru Wales is offering rugby fans comprehensive coverage across TV, radio and online of The Six Nations.

Games will be streamed live on Swansea's Big Screen in Castle Square, other than those on the weekend of Friday, 26 and Saturday 27 of February.

But they will all be streamed on the BBC Sport website and be available on the BBC iPlayer for a week afterwards.

For the first time the BBC is broadcasting every Six Nations game in High Definition on the BBC HD channel.

The screen also offers news, local information and community events.

It measures four and a half by six and a half metres and stands four metres off the ground.

Swansea is one of several cities across the UK selected as a giant screen location to celebrate the build-up to the London Olympics in 2012.

Image of BBC presenter Mal Pope on screen as crowds gather in the square to mark the occasions
Armistice Day marked at the Big Screen in Castle Square, Swansea

The BBC, Swansea Council and the Swansea BID (Business Independent District) are all partners in the project.

Local community projects are invited to email bigscreenswansea@bbc.co.uk if they are interested in showcasing their films and photographs.

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