Blog posts by year and month November 2012

Posts (62)

  1. If you are a keen photographer then RSPB Cymru want you to enter its first ever Winter Seascape competition.

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  2. Circus troupe NoFit State Circus is to breathe new life back into one of Cardiff's derelict buildings as they build a permanent home in the city.

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  3. The relationship between music and the moving image is celebrated this weekend at the Soundtrack International Film and Music Festival.

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  4. The Cory Band has been probably the most successful Welsh brass band of the last century.

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  5. Phil Carradice writes about Welsh Saint, Catholic martyr Richard Gwyn who was executed in 1584.

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  6. I wonder how many times bands from Cardiff have braved a 16 hour drive to get to Salt Lake City and its venue of empty plastic cups and bemused gig goers.

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  7. Genealogist Cat Whiteaway writes about Peter Coldham's book The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage 1607-1775 for BBC Wales History

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  8. The Richard Burton Diaries, a one-off documentary which examines the wonderfully candid and frequently indiscreet diary entries of Richard Burton, is broadcast tonight at 10.35pm on BBC One Wales.

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  9. If Hercules' 13th task had been to promote a gig with some relative unknowns, in a city that seems to be in cryogenic suspension , we would never have heard of him.

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  10. From Jerry the Tyke, who predates Mickey Mouse, to the instantly recognisable SuperTed, Wales has a pretty firm friendship with the animation industry.

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