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  1. A new series of Coming Home brings a whole host of Welsh stars tracing their Welsh family trees

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  2. Xray blog on avoiding being ripped off when buying your outfit for your Christmas party.

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  3. Xray blog on the problems of one newly-wed couple with raw sewage flowing through their new house.

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  4. Xray blog on consumer affairs and the use of brokers by pay day loan companies

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  5. Derek Ritchie, producer for Wizards vs Aliens, on why south Wales is the best place to shoot magical realms and alien spaceships for the third series.

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  6. Gareth Jones has been making programmes for BBC Wales with the Queen’s Dragoon Guards since 2006. For his latest programme, The Welsh Cavalry: Last Tour of Afghanistan, he joined the regiment on their final tour in Helmand Province.

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  7. Clare Hutchinson recalls the search for Darrell Simester, who went missing in south Wales in 2000, and was found 13 years later working on a farm outside Newport against his will.

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  8. It seems like a win-win situation. An electric car may not only help save the environment, it should help save you money on your fuel bills. But there are problems ahead.

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  9. I’ve always loved the idea of a campervan, having the freedom to just hop in and go wherever you want at the drop of a hat. But sometimes, the very vans that are supposed to give peace of mind and freedom can become a source of worry, frustration and a financial ball and chain.

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  10. Gareth Lewis is one of Pobol y Cwm’s longest-serving actors. He plays the part of Meic Pierce, Cwmderi’s cafe and taxi service owner.

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