Nicola Heywood Thomas reveals the current arts scene in Wales.
Nicola Heywood Thomas looks ahead to the Welsh Proms and explores Llangollen Eisteddfod.
Nicola Heywood Thomas explores sculpture and ceramics with David Nash and John Merrill.
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks Freedom Season, currently running at the Welsh National Opera.
Nicola Heywood Thomas is joined by guests in front of an audience at the 2019 Hay Festival
Three artists join Nicola Heywood Thomas to discuss arts for health and wellbeing.
Nicola Heywood Thomas explores the art of sound from original composition to poetry.
Nicola Heywood Thomas explores sound and vision at the Diffusion Festival in Cardiff.
Nicola Heywood Thomas explores the creativity within the performance space.
Nicola Heywood-Thomas explores new writing, dance and art.
On Wales’ National day the focus is music and the positivity it brings to all.
In the company of Hijinx theatre, Nicola Heywood Thomas explores inclusive theatre.
Theatr Clwyd is in the spotlight after being nominated for Regional Theatre of the Year
Help for women who want to write for theatre and artists working in extreme landscapes.
Nicola Heywood Thomas joins the National Orchestra of Wales on tour in China.
Nicola is at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama as it welcomes the Prince of Wales
Putting books on the map: Wales' Literary Atlas, Hay Festival and Frankenstein on tour.
Cerys Matthews on her latest Ballet Cymru collaboration and a show with dance and signing.
Nicola joins award-winning artist Eleri Mills at her pop-up studio at Powis Castle.
Drama to mark Black History Month, plus poetry and photography that has migrated to Wales.
Nicola Heywood Thomas’ focus is on festivals and the Welsh National Opera’s autumn season
Nicola Heywood Thomas looks at how audience involvement has evolved in performance
Nicola Heywood-Thomas looks at the life and legacy of the Treforest-born composer.
A new approach to Lord of the Flies and a coastal festival of jazz and blues.
Nicola Heywood Thomas previews the 2018 National Eisteddfod, held this year in Cardiff Bay
Who Decides, a contemporary art exhibition curated by members of charity the Wallich.
Welsh actress Steph Parry on taking over the starring role in West End show, 42nd Street.