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

    Ynyr Williams

    Dirprwy Olygydd BBC Radio Cymru

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

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  2. Storytelling festival returns for second year

    Polly March

    The ancient art of storytelling has captivated listeners young and old for generations and as the winter nights draw in performers, puppeteers, singers and storytellers will be heading to Aberystwyth to celebrate this oral tradition.

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  3. Do Not Go Gentle festival designed with Dylan Thomas in mind

    Laura Chamberlain

    Organisers of the inaugural Do Not Go Gentle festival, which takes place in Swansea this weekend, have designed it with the aim of pleasing one of the city's most famous sons, Dylan Thomas.

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  4. Zombies, ghouls and gore in store at Abertoir 2012

    Polly March

    It's that time of year when ghouls and vampires are haunting our shop windows and for fans of horror films, it's the time of year when attentions turn to Aberystwyth and the Abertoir festival which, quite by accident according to organisers, has become an annual fixture.

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  5. Sŵn diary

    Bethan Elfyn

    Bethan Elfyn's guide to the 2012 Swn Festival in Cardiff, on the BBC Wales blog.

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  6. A snapshot of Sŵn

    James Roberts

    The sixth Sŵn festival hit Cardiff at the weekend and with it came a better than ever mix of artists spanning every imaginable genre.

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  7. Championing art in the community: Made in Roath 2012

    Laura Chamberlain

    Cardiff arts festival Made in Roath returns today for the fourth time, celebrating one of the most artistic communities in the capital city.

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  8. Cardiff gears up for festival celebrating gay and lesbian film talent

    Polly March

    Cardiff will become a mecca for international film-makers and actors this week as the sixth annual Iris Prize Festival gets underway, with a total of 31 short films in the running for the prestigious £25,000 prize.

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  9. Newport ready for third comedy festival

    Polly March

    An eclectic mix of talent will descend on Newport next week as the annual Comedy Port festival gets underway.

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  10. Families invited to take part in new Welsh Language Festival

    Polly March

    Thought our sodden summer and the festival season were over? Well think again as this weekend Gŵyl Hwyr Haf 2012 is taking place at the Willow Globe, a living willow theatre near Llanwrthwl in Radnorshire.

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