5:02pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014
HIS talents helped create one of the most popular detectives ever to appear on television screens worldwide. Monmouthshire-based scriptwriter, playwright and local historian Julian Mitchell, 78, talks to KATH SKELLON about his award-winning play, Inspector Morse and working with Kenneth Branagh.
6:30pm Friday 18th April 2014
4:04pm Thursday 17th April 2014
6:03pm Tuesday 15th April 2014
6:07pm Friday 11th April 2014
10:54am Thursday 10th April 2014
5:30pm Wednesday 9th April 2014
BLAENAU Gwent’s Mayor Mostyn Lewis will hand over his chains to a new mayor next month, ending one of the busiest and most rewarding years of his life. He talks to KEILIGH BAKER about how he went from leaving school at 15 to representing his borough.
10:42am Tuesday 8th April 2014
Electronic cigarettes have 1.3 million users in the UK so how will the Welsh Government proposals to ban the use of them in public places and places of work affect them? CARYS THOMAS looks into the argument for and against the ban of e-cigarettes in Wales.
6:11pm Friday 4th April 2014
6:21pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014
10:16am Friday 28th March 2014
6:12pm Thursday 27th March 2014
6:05pm Wednesday 26th March 2014
6:10pm Tuesday 25th March 2014
MORE than 20 children from Wales have undergone radical surgery - most of them in the USA - to help overcome problems that severely restrict their mobility and balance. Health reporter ANDY RUTHERFORD reports on a parent-driven campaign that is seeking to get the treatment, called selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR), available on the NHS.
6:10pm Friday 21st March 2014
11:51am Thursday 20th March 2014
6:40pm Wednesday 19th March 2014
6:20pm Tuesday 18th March 2014
With previous attempts at revitalising the Welsh films and entertainment industry in the form of Dragon International Studios (aka Valleywood), people involved in the business are eagerly waiting to see how well the new Pinewood Studios Wales will perform. ALEX JAMES JONES looks into how important filming is to the Gwent area and how this ties in to Pinewood.
4:17pm Monday 17th March 2014
6:16pm Thursday 13th March 2014
6:15pm Tuesday 11th March 2014
IT WAS a bitter conflict which has left wounds for decades and is now sparking continued calls for a public inquiry. This month marks the 30th anniversary of the start of the1984/5 miners' strike, and NATHAN BRIANT takes a look at whether there is an appetite for such a probe in Gwent.
6:03pm Thursday 6th March 2014
3:32pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
9:02am Sunday 2nd March 2014
8:06pm Thursday 27th February 2014
1:45pm Tuesday 25th February 2014
HEALTH boards across South Wales - with one notable exception - have voted to concentrate key services at fewer hospitals, to try to protect them and improve quality for patients. Health reporter ANDY RUTHERFORD reports on a process that will begin in within months, even though in Gwent the hospital that will house these services has yet to be built.
6:08pm Friday 21st February 2014
6:10pm Thursday 20th February 2014
6:51pm Tuesday 18th February 2014
6:20pm Friday 14th February 2014
1:03pm Thursday 13th February 2014
6:14pm Wednesday 12th February 2014
6:10pm Tuesday 11th February 2014
After a decade of work on the Newport Ship specialists are sharing their wealth of information with the world. But with funding cuts planned a council officer says a trust is the best way forward for the project. DAVID DEANS reports.
6:05pm Friday 7th February 2014
6:04pm Thursday 6th February 2014
6:10pm Friday 31st January 2014
Weight-training offers significant health benefits, but not everyone knows their biceps from their triceps. Reporter ROB OWEN found out about being a personal trainer before putting his skills to the test on colleague and volunteer Nathan Briant at the Wales National Velodrome gym
6:03pm Thursday 30th January 2014
6:10pm Wednesday 29th January 2014
6:12pm Tuesday 28th January 2014
6:30pm Friday 24th January 2014
6:10pm Thursday 23rd January 2014
6:10pm Tuesday 21st January 2014
6:04pm Thursday 16th January 2014
6:20pm Friday 10th January 2014
6:12pm Thursday 9th January 2014
6:04pm Wednesday 8th January 2014
9:14am Tuesday 7th January 2014
No less than 14 months after the school first closed over airborne asbestos fears, pupils were relieved to get back to Cwmcarn High yesterday. CAIO IWAN and EMMA MACKINTOSH look back at the school's turbulent journey.
7:44pm Friday 3rd January 2014
3:04pm Thursday 19th December 2013
4:38pm Wednesday 18th December 2013
After being inspired by a conversation as a teenager with a local policeman, Ian Johnston worked his way up through the force and now has one main aim as Gwent’s police and crime commissioner. He talks to RUTH MANSFIELD.