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October (87 posts)

  1. Noble on nature: wild orchids

    Wednesday 14 October 2009, 17:27

    Martin Aaron Martin Aaron

    Just a quicky to let you know that radio presenter - Roy Noble will be chatting to orchid experts - Pat O'Reilly and Sue Parker on Thursday, 15 October between 2.30 - 3.15pm on Radio Wales.

    Here's a common spotted orchid, I photographed on Anglesey earlier this year:

    orchid_mart.jpg

    The husband and wife team have...

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  2. The return of the gig guide

    Wednesday 14 October 2009, 16:08

    Adam Walton Adam Walton

    Hi,

    I will be resurrecting the gig guide for my show starting this coming Sunday night. If as a venue or promoter you're interested in having your gigs plugged, please send details of your events for the forthcoming week to:

    themysterytour@gmail.com - please make the first words in your email's subject...

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  3. Barmouth and the Panorama route

    Wednesday 14 October 2009, 12:37

    Derek Brockway Derek Brockway

    I've been busy walking again this week for my new Weatherman Walking series - this time around the delightful seaside town of Barmouth.

    I've never stopped here before and have always by-passed it on my way to other walking destinations but it's well worth a visit and has some great walking routes, especially...

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  4. Stop the press: best Welsh blogs and websites

    Wednesday 14 October 2009, 12:21

    Bethan Elfyn Bethan Elfyn

    In my hands today, fell a lovely pink copy of the latest issue by Kruger magazine. A few years ago, I spent two backbreaking years running the Welsh-langugage magazine Tacsi, so I've a lot of respect for anyone running a website, blog or published magazine. It's a creative and rewarding work, but also...

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  5. Sights and sounds in Swansea

    Wednesday 14 October 2009, 11:02

    Nicola Heywood Thomas Nicola Heywood Thomas

    I'm packing a range of artistic experiences into a trip to Swansea this week. There's a concert at the Brangwyn Hall which is part of this year's Swansea Festival - BBC National Orchestra of Wales with a programme of Beethoven's Emperor Piano concerto and the Symphonie Fantastique by Berlioz.

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  6. Gwilym Prichard at the Martin Tinney Gallery

    Tuesday 13 October 2009, 17:49

    Nicola Heywood Thomas Nicola Heywood Thomas

    I went to drool over some paintings I can't afford last week. It's an exhibition of recent work by Gwilym Prichard at Martin Tinney's gallery in Cardiff.

    Displayed over two floors are about 70 landscapes in oil that capture either Gwilym's native north Wales or the south west where he and his painter...

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  7. Out this week: Me Oh My, Cate Le Bon

    Tuesday 13 October 2009, 17:24

    Bethan Elfyn Bethan Elfyn

    The first time I saw Cate Le Bon she was fronting school band Alcatraz at the National Eisteddfod in Llandeilo in 1996, the year the Super Furry Animals brought their tank onto the field. I was something to do with the dreaded Battle of the Bands competition, or maybe recording something from there....

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  8. Bryn Terfel and Valery Gergiev

    Tuesday 13 October 2009, 17:13

    Nicola Heywood Thomas Nicola Heywood Thomas

    The fifth birthday celebration season at Wales Millennium Centre started with a concert that brought together two classical music giants for the very first time in the UK.

    Bryn Terfel is a passionate supporter of WMC and very at home on its main stage. He was joined by the Russian conductor Valery Gergiev...

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  9. In London with Music Theatre Wales

    Tuesday 13 October 2009, 16:38

    Nicola Heywood Thomas Nicola Heywood Thomas

    Last week I went to the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. How grand! No, I wasn't in the huge red plush and gilt auditorium where tickets cost hundreds of pounds. I was in the smaller Linbury Studio Theatre where Music Theatre Wales were premièring their latest commissioned work, Letters of a Love Betrayed...

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  10. Klaus Kinksi - single review - Happiness Happiness / Caesar, Ankstmusik

    Tuesday 13 October 2009, 16:18

    Adam Walton Adam Walton

    I'm increasingly of the opinion that we're very much in the midst of an unprecedented, restrictive, musical conservatism - at least with regards to the bands that receive support in the mainstream media and achieve commercial success.

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