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Blog posts by year and monthJuly 2015

Posts (13)

  1. Say good morning to the best job in Welsh broadcasting

    Rhodri Hornung on why working on Good Morning Wales has got to be one of the best jobs in Welsh broadcasting.

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  2. Sunny afternoons and a blue moon

    Sunny afternoons and a blue moon

    Behnaz Akhgar forecasts the weather for the weekend ahead.

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  3. So many hours, so little time...

    Ynyr Williams on ensuring that all of BBC Cymru Wales’ broadcasting from the National Eisteddfod goes as smoothly as possible.

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  4. Performing at the Best Classical Music Festival in the World

    Performing at the Best Classical Music Festival in the World

    BBC PROMS - Performing at the Best Classical Music Festival in the World, by Osian Rowlands - Chorus Manager for BBC National Orchestra & Chorus of Wales

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  5. Gusty winds have Summer in a spin

    Gusty winds have Summer in a spin

    Behnaz Akhgar forecasts the weather for the week ahead.

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  6. Topsy-turvy weather set to continue

    Topsy-turvy weather set to continue

    Derek Brockway reflects on the mixed conditions at the Royal Welsh Show and forecasts the weather as July draws to a close.

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  7. A masterclass in the art of living

    A masterclass in the art of living

    Huw Crowley describes his experiences meeting and working with Rowena Kincaid.

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  8. Mixed, muggy & maybe sunny?

    Mixed, muggy & maybe sunny?

    Behnaz Akhgar forecasts the weather for the week ahead

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  9. Jet streams and sun beams?

    Jet streams and sun beams?

    Behnaz Akhgar forecasts the weekend weather ahead.

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  10. Wibbly, wobbly, weather time!

    Wibbly, wobbly, weather time!

    Sue Charles forecasts the weather ahead.

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