Blog posts by year and month November 2012

Posts (62)

  1. The weather is much calmer today and for Bonfire night, most of Wales will be dry and cold although a few showers are likely in western counties, mainly from Anglesey to Carmarthenshire.

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  2. The recent BBC series Prehistoric Autopsy is coming to the National Museum Cardiff as pasrt of a BBC Learning interactive exhibition

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  3. Stereophonics are giving away their new single, In A Moment, as a free download through their website.

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  4. The challenges facing dairy farmers in north Wales may not seem a likely subject for an art exhibition. But local farmers have helped curate a large-scale installation, which sees a scale model of a dairy museum, built at Oriel Mostyn in Llandudno.

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  5. BBC Wales History blogger Phil Carradice writes about Victorian entrepreneur Isambard Kingdom Brunel whose engineering work can still be seen in Wales today.

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  6. The ancient art of storytelling has captivated listeners young and old for generations and as the winter nights draw in performers, puppeteers, singers and storytellers will be heading to Aberystwyth to celebrate this oral tradition.

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  7. Low pressure situated to the north of Scotland is currently controlling our weather.

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  8. It's looking increasingly damp again for Guy Fawkes night this year so I'm not sure how many fires will actually get lit in all the wind and rain but wrap up warm.

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  9. The changeable, sometimes unsettled weather looks set to continue well into November with temperatures alternating between mild and cold.

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  10. Organisers of the inaugural Do Not Go Gentle festival, which takes place in Swansea this weekend, have designed it with the aim of pleasing one of the city's most famous sons, Dylan Thomas.

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