Blog posts by year and month March 2014

Posts (42)

  1. Since it’s the last X-Ray until the Autumn, I thought I’d give you a little glimpse behind the scenes into how we filmed some of the stories you’ll see on tonight’s programme.

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  2. A poignant exhibition of photographs by the inaugural winner of the Wales International Young Artist Award has just gone on display at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff.

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  3. Something that is always discussed with much enthusiasm in the orchestra is rugby. With so many different backgrounds represented in our ranks, there is a lot of friendly banter and cajoling especially around tournaments like the Six Nations.

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  4. Phil Carradice on how the Royal Welch Fusiliers British Army regiment has produced a disproportionately high number of writers compared to other regiments.

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  5. The air is definitely cooler today and we're in for a chilly weekend with Arctic winds bringing a mixture of sunshine and showers. The air will be unstable which means towering cumulonimbus clouds, heavy showers, hail so don’t be surprised if you hear a rumble of thunder.

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  6. Police 24/7 producer Jeanette Ward writes about her time with South Wales Police Chief Constable Peter Vaughan.

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  7. The weather this March has been much kinder to us compared to last year which was bitterly cold with frost, ice and snow.

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  8. The town of Caerphilly, even the county borough in which it is now situated, is inextricably linked to the massive Medieval castle that stands in the centre of the community.

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  9. Luke Pavey, producer and director for the independent television company making The Hill Farm for BBC Cymru Wales, explains the technical challenges of filming the series with new camera equipment in the changeable Carneddau mountain weather.

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  10. Lucy Owen investigates booking fees and why people are being charged, even when they’re paying cash, in person.

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