Wednesday 28 November 2012, 16:47
Phil Carradice writes about the impressive history of the Llangorse crannog in Powys.
Friday 23 November 2012, 16:28
Phil Carradice examines the sometimes turbulant history of the Forestry Commission in Wales.
Wednesday 14 November 2012, 11:19
The Cory Band has been probably the most successful Welsh brass band of the last century.
Tuesday 13 November 2012, 14:53
Phil Carradice writes about Welsh Saint, Catholic martyr Richard Gwyn who was executed in 1584.
Friday 9 November 2012, 15:35
Phil Carradice writes about the Welsh seaside town Penarth that has a number of unusual war memorials for the BBC Wales History blog.
Wednesday 7 November 2012, 16:29
Phil Carradice writes for BBC Wales History about the Council of Wales and the Marches which was a significant and hugely important attempt at regional government long before the days of Devolution.
Friday 2 November 2012, 12:22
BBC Wales History blogger Phil Carradice writes about Victorian entrepreneur Isambard Kingdom Brunel whose engineering work can still be seen in Wales today.
Thursday 1 November 2012, 10:00
Article by Phil Carradice on the BBC Wales blog on the colourful history of a small settlement called Trellech United in Monmouth.
Thursday 25 October 2012, 15:08
For a tale of intrigue, suspense, danger and clandestine cloak and dagger meetings, look no further than the story of Arthur Owens.
Wednesday 24 October 2012, 09:00
Many people will know the name Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in Britain. But far less well known is that there was a Welsh connection to the tragedy.
Monday 22 October 2012, 09:02
There was a time every little town and community in Wales had one – an Italian cafe and ice cream parlour.
Thursday 18 October 2012, 09:06
George Borrow remains a man who, almost single handedly, gave Wales an identity in the minds of those across the border.
Monday 15 October 2012, 16:29
History blogger Phil Caradice writes about Alfred Mond - industrialist and benefactor
Friday 12 October 2012, 12:21
While it was only in existence for a little over 10 years, Jacobs Pill dockyard holds a unique position in naval history.
Monday 8 October 2012, 17:36
History blog by Phil Carradice on the White Funnel Fleet
Thursday 4 October 2012, 17:17
If one man more than any other can be said to have helped Wales gain the sobriquet "Land of Song" it has to be the conductor Caradog.
Tuesday 2 October 2012, 17:23
For centuries people of all faiths have made – and continue to make – pilgrimages in search of enlightenment and religious fulfillment.
Thursday 27 September 2012, 12:15
Visitors to Cardiff in the early 1890s would have been amazed to see three old wooden warships moored in various parts of the docks area.
Monday 24 September 2012, 12:44
Phil Carradice article on Charles Stewart Rolls - aviation pioneer
Friday 21 September 2012, 11:21
Phil Carradice article on the royal yachts of Pembroke Dock
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