The final episode of this year’s Weatherman Walking airs this Friday, and I’m going for gold! This week, Derek, Matt and I are in the Fairbourne area and, after meeting Derek at the start of his walk, I head for the hills in search for stories about the Welsh Gold Rush. Derek finds out about […]
The idea that Stonehenge’s bluestones – a number of stones making up one of the stone circles (yes, there is more than one!) – come from Pembrokeshire has been around for quite some time. But exactly where has been contested for just as long. In episode 2 of Weatherman Walking: The Welsh Coast Series 3, I speak to the person who solved this 5,500 year old mystery!
I am so pleased to share that the new series of Weatherman Walking starts this Friday, 9th April. Filmed in 2020, not long after having Poppy, and with strict social distancing procedures, I present some fascinating features in three episodes of Weatherman Walking The Welsh Coast Series 3. You may also spot me in at […]
As it is World Book Day, I thought I should finally tell you a little bit about my ‘big’ book – my thesis. And it is now available to download electronically from Bangor University here. I’ve been involved with a few books over the years, but this one is 100,000+ words and 7+ years of […]
Tune in to BBC One Wales’ Weatherman Walking on Thursday, 8.05pm to join Derek and I on Anglesey. I’ll be revealing one of my favourite stories which merges ancient archaeology, the second world war, mystical magic and… golf! Join me at Llyn Cerrig Bach. Weatherman Walking is on a day early this week, so don’t […]
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 […]
Another exciting week this week, as on World Book Day, just in time for International Women’s Day, I launched a book I’ve been working on all about amazing Welsh women past and present. And it all started when I found out about some amazing women lost in the depths of time from Beaumaris Castle (see […]
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 […]