Friday 11 June 2010, 17:41
North West Wales reports on Nant Gwrtheyrn used to be a little quarry village on the Llŷn Peninsula's northern coast. But when the mine went, so did its residents. Today it is a Welsh language centre and holiday hideaway and heritage centre staff are busy putting together materials on the community's history. Read the story.
Mid Wales has an article on Tŷ Mawr near Castle Caereinon which is the largest restored medieval aisled hall in Wales. It celebrates its 550th anniversary this year with a series of special weekend events. Read about the planned celebrations.
South East Wales reports on an exhibition in Cardiff that charts the role played by the city in Captain Scott's trip to the South Pole which left 100 years ago this month. The exhibition can be seen at National Museum Wales till Monday 14 June and then at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea from Wednesday 14 July. Read the story.
Friday 11 June 2010, 13:24
Monday 14 June 2010, 08:12