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  1. Get battered with a crempog tonight

    It's Pancake Day and tonight the usual batter mixes will be adorning kitchen ceilings throughout Wales. But for a change why not try the traditional Welsh version known as crempog or 'ffroes' instead?

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  2. Sunshine or showers? Will it be a warmer weekend?

    Behnaz Akhgar forecasts the weather for the bank holiday weekend.

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  3. Ugly Lovely Swansea: getting the community on board

    Sara Allen, producer for Ugly Lovely Swansea, talks about how winning the trust and commitment of the Townhill community was key to the series.

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  4. 'Eerie but beautiful' abandoned sites

    What is it about buildings that have been abandoned and taken over by the elements that fascinate us? Remains, a new exhibition at the National Slate Museum in Llanberis, explores our fascination with how nature has taken over the old slate quarries of north Wales.

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  5. BBC Wales Commissioning Brief Highlights

    The extraordinary story of the past couple of months in drama is well known. ‘Keeping Faith’ and ‘Hidden’ continue to break all sorts of records.

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  6. Comedians, Shower Singers, and a political Nerd

    While the election campaign marches on, we get some light relief from the Machynlleth Comedy Festival, and just what does an operatic tenor sing in the shower?

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  7. Hinterland: searching for the perfect location

    “Dear Sir/Madam, we are working on a detective series called Hinterland/Y Gwyll and are looking for a location.” Who would have thought that a local boy like myself would have the opportunity of working on such an amazing series?

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  8. David Litvinoff and the Teifiside blues

    How did this distinctly urban - and urbane - individual come to the rural tranquillity of Llanddewi Brefi?

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  9. Jamie Baulch on looking for his birth mum

    My adoption has only come to the front of my mind since last year when I was invited to lead a campaign for Adopt Wales. I decided to do it as I felt the time was right for me to tell the world how great adopted life is and how wonderful my family has been. 

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  10. Could your experience of disability inspire a Casualty storyline?

    Telling stories about real people in real situations, with integrity and truth, is something that matters to all of us at Casualty. And as the show moves forward into its fourth decade (series 32 is just round the corner) it’s a principle that still inspires our team of writers, producers and ac...

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  11. Join in the birthday bash

    I realised this week that I share an important landmark with RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch. Just as this weekend sees the 30th birthday of the world's biggest bird survey, I too will be celebrating 30 years on the planet. So, while I may well be enjoying some nightlife this weekend, I'm also pl...

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  12. Discovering Annie's War

    It all started when we had family parties back in the 1950s at my home. There was much talk about Annie during these occasions. Apparently my great aunt was a nurse in WW1 and, as a 10-year-old boy I was curious to know more.

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  13. Wet and windy: A wintry week ahead!

    Derek Brockway forecasts the weather for the week ahead.

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  14. The Call Centre - the location producer

    When I first met Nev I instantly knew he had something special to offer. He is exactly like he comes across on screen – larger than life, honest, and with a genuine passion for his business and employees.

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  15. Entry to Vicar Academy

    I initially wrestled with the idea of letting the cameras follow my final year in training to become a priest.

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  16. A warm embrace from the Eisteddfod

    For six days I went in circles around Maes A, improving my vocabulary from cynrhon to nwdls, hopefully not on the same plate. I began with the same slight trepidation I felt 26 years ago in Lampeter, that at some point I would be told: "Butler, English-speaker, you have no right to be at the ...

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  17. I've Been Making It Digital

    Lucy Campbell reflects on her experience as one of the first BBC Make It Digital Trainees in Wales

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  18. Penry Williams

    Painter Penry (or Penri) Williams was born in Merthyr Tydfil in 1802.

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  19. A radio programme for deaf people? It actually makes total sense.

    As a producer of BBC Radio Wales’ Eye On Wales programme, I’m always on the lookout for ideas. So when a colleague told me about a service that was helping deaf people to break through barriers and get in to employment, I was convinced there was a possible programme.

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  20. An intro to WOMEX with one of the Seven Samurai

    WOMEX, the world music expo, takes place in Cardiff this week. It's the first time the prestigious event has been held in Wales but if you're unfamiliar with it, WOMEX is one of the industry's biggest events in the promotion of world music, which includes Welsh music ranging from traditional and...

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