Blog posts by year and month September 2013

Posts (50)

  1. This year I was privileged to hear the American Escher Quartet's recital at the Gregynog Festival.

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  2. A festival in my Mecca had better tread carefully. These beautifully tended borders contain more than rhododendrons and lilies.

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  3. This was my second time working off-site away from the post production department on location with the 24/7 team, the first being Police 24/7 last October.

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  4. As we look forward to the weekend, there is a change on the way. A warm front will move in from the Atlantic and that will introduce warmer, moister air from the Tropics.

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  5. Over half the population of Wales is now classed as overweight with about a quarter in the obese category.

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  6. Swansea's international reputation for producing talented glass artists dates back more than 75 years. And to showcase just a snapshot of the talent that comes out of the school each year, intricate works by the most recent class of graduates in the school's MA Glass programme are to go on displ...

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  7. The Abergele Rail Disaster was an incident that destroyed much of the complacency surrounding rail travel and it took 33 lives.

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  8. The breathtaking beauty of Wales' watery vistas has inspired a new dance commission by the New York choreographer Stephen Petronio which will feature as part of National Dance Company Wales' 30th birthday programme.

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  9. I spent most of my weekend in one of my favourite places on the planet – Portmeirion in Gwynedd – for Festival No. 6.

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  10. Autumn has arrived early this year with low pressure bringing strong winds, rain and a noticeable drop in temperature. Some people including myself have already put the heating on!

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