Blog posts by year and month November 2012

Posts (62)

  1. Phil Carradice writes about the Welsh seaside town Penarth that has a number of unusual war memorials for the BBC Wales History blog.

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  2. A cold front is moving east across Wales bringing rain and stronger winds,

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  3. It's been a busy 18 months for Mared Swain, the Sherman Cymru's Welsh language associate director. Within 12 weeks of her first child's birth, she had been offered her dream job commissioning and developing Welsh language work and finding new writers for the Cardiff theatre.

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  4. Last Monday, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales was joined by not one but a dozen pianists.

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  5. Adam Walton's Radio Wales show playlist, for 3 November 2012.

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  6. The north east of the United States has been hit by another storm.

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  7. When they set out in 2007, the Dirty Protest theatre collective agreed that one of their chief aspirations was to stage a new play by an emerging Welsh writer. Now five years on, the group is set to achieve that aim with their new Christmas show from Matthew Bulgo.

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  8. 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.

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  9. Continual chatter on the airwaves in the era of burgeoning wireless technology marks the theme for the exhibition Welcome Machine by Susan Adams, which is set to open at Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan this weekend.

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  10. The first-ever Valleys Dark Sky Discovery Festival is hosting fourteen events right across the valleys over the next fortnight with planetarium shows, telescope observing sessions, and talks.

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