This week I have the huge honour of presenting another piece on the BBC’s Weatherman Walking, this time all about shipwrecks of the Glamorgan Coast.
Tune in to BBC One Wales’s Weatherman Walking at 7.30pm Friday night to watch Derek the Weather’s journey along the Wales Coast Path from Little Haven to Solva, plus a feature presented by me in the middle, all about work at an ancient coastal hillfort in Pembrokeshire. Filmed last summer, I speak to National Trust […]
Last week I was honoured to attend the world premiere of a new film. It’s all about the 200th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of the Menai suspension bridge, Porthaethwy (Menai Bridge town), Anglesey. The reason I was invited to the film showing? Because I’m the presenter! You can watch the film […]
A couple of months ago I was deighted to be asked to help with a promotional film at Gladstone’s Library for an exciting series of foodie events coming up in my home of north east Wales, filmed by Eastwood Media. The Taste North East Wales events range from whitewater rafting for your dinner, a medieval […]
You can now see the full episode of my walk with Derek the Weatherman on BBC’s Weatherman Walking on BBC iPlayer! Back in 2009, Derek ‘the Weather’ Brockway joined me in Moel Famau Country Park for his BBC Wales show Weatherman Walking. We talked about monumental hillforts, ancient burial places, purple hills, the tower […]
Turnover is vanity, profit is sanity! This episode of Culture Shop is all about The Buying Cycle: a year in the life of a Buyer. Culture Shop is the Association for Cultural Enterprises (ACE)’s new retail series. ACE’s aim is to promote commercial best practice in the cultural and heritage sector by providing training and networking opportunities […]
Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant hapus, pawb- Happy Saint David’s Day everyone! To mark this special day in my home country, as well as witnessing a dragon love story (more on that later…) I am delighted to share the second episode of Culture Shop with you! Culture Shop episode 2, presented by Richard and myself and […]
From a young age, I was aware of north Wales doubling up as a movie set, after taking a horse riding lesson on the very horse that Richard Gere had once sat upon. “This mare was in First Knight!” the tutor exclaimed, and I have never forgotten that gorgeous white horse since. For many years, […]