Thursday Jul 17
Why it's good to have a good Ferret around Treorchy by bus
In his new TV series Wales on a Bus Pass, Chris Segar stops off in Treorchy. Local girl Kathryn Williams has a few pointers on what to see next time he stops at her home town For many people travelling by bus is their only form of transport, but if you look at it carefully you'll realise it's the best way to see this beautiful country of ours.
Parc Primary Remembers Bombing Tragedy
ParcPrimary-MemorialService-June12th-Childrenpe~34 A moving letter from an evacuee who survived the bombing of Cwmparc during the Second World War was read out as part of the annual memorial event of the horrific and unexplained tragedy.
Firefighters battle 10-kilometre wide fire sweeping through 100 hectares
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service were called to the blaze at Pontsticill, Merthyr Tydfil, affecting approximately 100 hectares of grass and scrubland.
How Rhondda's own Billy Elliot landed a place at a top London stage school
Teenager Morgan Westcott played the role of the dancing schoolboy for his Valleys stage school - now he's being whisked off to London to further his career, just like Billy A real-life Billy Elliot from the Rhondda has been selected from masses of applicants to attend the world's oldest theatre arts training school.
Treorchy Male Choir: 'Singing keeps you young'
The choir is a family to them and together they've notched up more than a 100 years singing.