Blog posts by year and month February 2014

Posts (50)

  1. In 2009 the Aberystwyth Arts Centre opened an award-winning complex of 18 creative studios with three set aside as space for a rolling programme of artists in residence.

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  2. It's our job on X-Ray to expose people who are only too willing to rip you off. But there was something particularly nasty and upsetting about the way unscrupulous people at corrupt call centres in Swansea targeted elderly and vulnerable people.

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  3. Filmmaker Chris Rushton talks about the making of the second episode of Swansea: Return to the Streets, a Mentorn Cymru production. Together with Tracy Harris, they have followed the stories of the homeless since 2011.

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  4. Groeslon-based artist Stephen John Owen has just launched a colourful exhibition of canvases at Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw in Llanbedrog near Pwllheli. The pieces veer from bold landscapes and striking sunsets to observational pictures which record and celebrate everyday activities and people go...

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  5. There's plenty of severe weather across Wales today with heavy rain and strong winds. We've already had gusts of 78mph at Pembrey and 75mph at Aberdaron and Milford Haven. The winds will strengthen to the north and west this afternoon where we could see gusts nearer 100mph along Cardi...

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  6. Matt Rosser, Daily Operations Manager for BBC Cymru Wales looks back on the changing face of TV presentation as part of the BBC Cymru Wales 50 anniversary.

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  7. Heavy rain and gale force winds expected

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  8. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution was founded on 4 March 1824 although it did not receive its ‘Royal’ epithet until Queen Victoria awarded that honour to the charity in 1854. Since 1824 it is estimated that across Britain, the RNLI has saved the lives of more than 140,000 people - sailors ...

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  9. Yet another deep Atlantic low brought more heavy rain, showers and gales over the weekend. Exposed coasts and hills in the south and west bore the brunt of the severe gales.

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  10. Have you seen the queues around your local record shop during the annual Record Store Day? The simple concept has been a sweeping success for struggling record shops in the last few years, an unexpected Christmas morning of cash sales, supported by bands and labels with limited edition vinyl onl...

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