Blog posts by year and month December 2012

Posts (49)

  1. Last night, Capel Curig in Snowdonia was the coldest place in Wales with a low of -6 Celsius but it's going to be a long time before we see temperatures that low again.

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  2. Nicky, 40, from Glyntawe in the Brecon Beacons, has spent the last five Decembers working alongside Father Christmas in his grotto at the National Showcaves Centre at Dan yr Ogof.

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  3. A new book tells the story of an intriguing discovery of photography of Cardiff from the late 1970s and early 1980s, which has ultimately led to the reuniting of a father and daughter.

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  4. Phil Carradice investigages the murder of wealthy Pontypool man called Dripping Lewis in May 1939.

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  5. No matter what your persuasion, music and the festival of Christmas are inextricably linked.

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  6. Just two more programmes to go in the current series of Phil the Shelf, and we're turning them into a double opportunity for new writers.

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  7. If you're a fan of the Super Furries, Gruff Rhys or The Horrors, then it's unlikely you're a stranger to the psychedelic creatures of artist Peter Fowler's imagination, which adorn many a hip album cover from the late 1990s.

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  8. In 1904 Welsh winger Billy Meredith was voted the most popular player in football. Yet just a few months later he was charged with attempting to bribe an opponent and banned for a year and a half.

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  9. It's going to turn milder tomorrow but wet and windy. 10 to 20mm of rain is expected locally 30mm in places with a risk of localised flooding.

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  10. Almost every song she sings tonight invites us to participate, whether as a good ol' singalong, providing kazoo-less kazoo backing, filling the venue with distended, ghostly miaows or hitting off-beats that'd make Smokey Robinson proud.

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