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There is no Next Episode of A Very Welsh Undertaking planned.
Gareth Jenkins of Port Talbot has arranged thousands of funerals and can average up to ten a week, Hefin Williams is a young funeral director from the Gwendraeth Valley, and James Tovey works in Newport and is following in the footsteps of his great-great-great grandfather. Despite strong traditions in this line of work, funerals in Wales are changing. Enter Helen Williams - can her background as an ex-world champion powerlifter help her shoulder the weight of responsibility as a funeral celebrant?
Funeral directors might deal with death every day, but sometimes something happens that is so shocking it shakes even the most experienced. Gareth Jenkins has to support a family in the toughest of circumstances. Meanwhile Gemma O'Driscoll arranges a colourful funeral with a surprise choice of music. And what happens if you die a long way from home? Matthew Jones of Carmarthen is organising a last journey home for a Bulgarian who was living in Swansea.
How do you dispose of a loved one's ashes? Gareth Jenkins comes up with a sparkling idea for a family in Baglan whose lives have been touched by tragedy. With themed funerals on the rise, James Tovey is tasked with personalising the service of a motorbike fan. Meanwhile, there is anxiety in Laugharne - will the RAF fly-past at a war hero's funeral start on time?
The last episode of the series sees a clown, doves and a touch of jiggery pokery in Newport, as a special ceremony is held for a member of the Magic Circle. With one daughter living abroad and one in the UK, a mother makes a fitting choice for her burial place. And over in Llanelli, an unusually quiet funeral takes place at the wishes of the deceased.