Blog posts by year and month July 2013

Posts (54)

  1. Wanna be a published novelist? You know... properly published, by a real publisher? That situation where the book is printed on actual paper and the only handover of money is from the publisher to you?

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  2. Over the years the sands have seen TT races, world land speed record attempts and tragic death, when JG Parry-Thomas died trying to regain the speed record in 1927.

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  3. The hot spell continues. Porthmadog was the hottest place in the UK today and warmer than the Algarve in Portugal.

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  4. For those keen to keep the kids enthused this summer, the Cardiff-based children's theatre company Theatr Iolo is promising a true family treat - a blockbuster film style production featuring monsters.

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  5. Last year I was asked to investigate a story for a lady aged 91. Once I discovered the basic details I knew it would be a case that I just had to solve.

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  6. A new play which focuses on the complexities of the independence question and how it impacts on Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales will enjoy its world premiere at the Edinburgh Festival this August before touring various venues across the UK and Wales.

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  7. Railway enthusiasts quickly realised what a goldmine there was in Barry and flocked to the area in their thousands. And it was not just railway buffs.

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  8. From this weekend the Wales Millennium Centre and surrounding areas will play host to a series of walkabout acts, pop-up performances and circus treats for three weeks as the Blysh Festival gets under way.

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  9. Last Monday afternoon the BBC National Orchestra of Wales bus rolled into Llangollen.

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  10. Day four at the International Eisteddfod, and it's still a scorcher.

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