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Learning to run a football club is one thing. Turning it in to a multi-million pound business is another, so the achievement is a marvellous one.
A new play about Wales' answer to Edith Piaf opened last week at Sherman Cymru and has so far received standing ovations from audiences.
On 19 May 1935 the remarkable TE Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia as he is better known, died in a motorcycle accident in Dorset.
This week at BBC NOW HQ we have been preparing for our two concerts that will be part of the 2013 Vale of Glamorgan Festival.
Many people have visited Brangwyn Hall in Swansea and seen the Empire Panels housed there. But how many know anything at all about the man who created such magnificent works of art?
The beginning of May is an exciting time in the musical calendar as all the new seasons are launched.
If you haven't had the pleasure of seeing comedian Shôn Dale-Jones assume the guise of Hugh Hughes, then you might want to head to Anglesey next month for his theatrical homecoming.
The very last execution ever to be held in Wales took place at Swansea Prison on 6 May 1958, when Vivian Frederick Teed went to the gallows for the murder of a 73-year-old postmaster from Fforestfach.
In the eyes of many, Cosmeston Medieval Village is the best and most realistic historical reconstruction you will find, not just in Wales but in the whole of Britain.
There are 52 civil parishes in England and Wales - that sustained absolutely no casualties in the First World War.
Neon Neon, Gruff Rhys and LA producer pal Boom Bip, are about to embark on an ambitious live outing with National Theatre Wales, and will release a new album on Monday 29 April.
Nobody is praying for the emergence of summer more than the Taking Flight theatre company, who will be touring some of Wales' most stunning historic settings with their new outdoor production of A Midsummer Night's Dream from 3 May.
The weather today is typical for April with a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers
Throughout the 19th century private schools of navigation were the best - sometimes the only - way that would-be sailors could gain specialist knowledge of their chosen craft.
There have been dozens of Welsh winners of the Victoria Cross but none of them is more memorable or noteworthy than Sam Pearce.
My day of reckoning came the afternoon I had to hand in a wind quintet arrangement of Tuileries from Mussorgsky's piano masterwork, Pictures at an Exhibition.
Attic gallery in Cardiff has played host to several interesting exhibitions exploring the various perspectives surrounding mental illness.
Cardiff's Sherman Cymru theatre is playing host to a 10-day arts festival later this month aimed at families and children, and raving is on the agenda.
When it comes to the stuff of local legend, there is no one better equipped to assume the role of storyteller than the very community the folklore concerns. For the people of Merthyr, delving back into the area's history for an arts and heritage project has yielded great hidden gems, which now form...
Spring may still seem tantalisingly out of our grasp due to the brisk outdoor conditions, but in a picturesque corner of Wales it has well and truly sprung. The Spring Show at the Lion Street Gallery in Hay-on-Wye showcases the best work on offer from contemporary artists working in Wales and the...