8:05am Thursday 27th October 2016
Cwmbran’s Henllys Church in Wales Primary School is a small, but lively school. ALICE ROSE reports.
7:40am Friday 21st October 2016
Pit villages in South Wales were all too familiar with the danger that mining brought. Until the Aberfan disaster, it was the men underground who faced this peril.
7:40am Friday 21st October 2016
In the days following the disaster, the Argus told of how people had warned of how unsafe the tip was and how the NCB tried to avoid blame for the tragedy. But that blackest of times had seen the people of Gwent and South Wales show great selflessness.
6:13am Thursday 20th October 2016
Fifty years ago tomorrow, one of the worst disasters ever to happen in Wales saw 116 children and 28 adults die when 150,000 tonnes of coal waste slid down a hillside into the village of Aberfan. A soldier who led a rescue party tells MARTIN WADE of the hellish task that faced them.
5:24am Friday 14th October 2016
An act of bravery by a Newport soldier 100 years ago this month saved the lives of many at a notorious army camp, MARTIN WADE tells this fascinating tale of heroism.
6:09am Thursday 13th October 2016
HIDDEN just out of the way of the historic town of Chepstow and situated next to the leisure centre is Chepstow School.
7:06am Wednesday 12th October 2016
Blitz survivor and chairwoman of the Newbridge Memorial Hall trustees, Barbara Bevan, talks about her life from London to Gwent.
6:15am Friday 7th October 2016
On this day 75 years ago a Newport street was destroyed and eleven people killed in a night of carnage when German planes brought death to Rogerstone. MARTIN WADE recalls the attack on Park Avenue.
8:05am Thursday 6th October 2016
IN our regular School of the Week feature we visit a primary or secondary school in Gwent to showcase the work they are doing.
6:06am Tuesday 4th October 2016
THE number of people with tattoos has increased in recent years but have attitudes changed to how they are perceived in the workplace? CARYS THOMAS investigates.
5:51am Friday 30th September 2016
THESE views of Newport give a sharp sense of how much the city has changed. The old pictures are superimposed onto Google street view images and show the stark contrast between the views we are so familiar with and how they looked in days gone by.
7:07am Wednesday 28th September 2016
WEEKS after taking on the role as Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gwent, Eleri Thomas MBE spoke to NIALL GRIFFITHS about her Swiss upbringing, her volunteering overseas and her career-long crusade to protect the rights of the child.
7:44am Friday 23rd September 2016
We all know about the Chartists, the Transporter Bridge and WH Davies, but there are many lesser-known historical people and events which make Newport such a fascinating place to live. MARTIN WADE tells of seven historical gems of Newport.
11:08am Wednesday 21st September 2016
I WAS born in 1960 and grew up in Bedwas where my father was a baptist minister.
7:04am Tuesday 20th September 2016
Last week the Boundary Commission for Wales presented a series of proposals for a revamp of Parliamentary constituencies, with plans including cutting one of Newport’s two MPs and abolishing Islwyn altogether. But this isn’t the first time changes such as these have been on the table. Ian Craig takes a look at the issue and what it could mean for voters in Gwent.
6:00am Friday 16th September 2016
WHEN Newport's MP died in 1922, the resulting contest became the focus of the nation as the result could topple Lloyd-George’s coalition government. MARTIN WADE recalls the Newport by-election of 1922.
6:33am Thursday 15th September 2016
SET right in the centre of Newport in an old listed building from the 1900s, sits St Woolos Primary School and Nursery.
9:05am Tuesday 13th September 2016
LUKE JARMYN investigates a wind of change taking place at The British in Torfaen and why, after a 40 year-long battle by residents, it could finally be goodbye to opencast mining for good
8:11am Saturday 10th September 2016
In the last of his features marking 50 years since the opening of the Severn Bridge MARTIN WADE looks at the building of the bridge and how pioneering work helped it overcome this dangerous river.
5:28am Friday 9th September 2016
Fifty years ago the Severn Bridge opened bringing shorter journeys between Wales and England.