Friday Mar 7
The hills are alive as Snowdonia farmer Gareth Wyn Jones takes to BBC Wales
Working on the land his family have farmed for 350 years has given Gareth Wyn Jones a unique perspective on life, he tells Kirstie McCrum "We've never had a winter like this," he says, his face haunted.
A55 at Llanfairfechan is most dangerous road in North Wales
The latest Welsh Government figures show that in 2010-12, there were 72 accident cluster hotspots on Welsh roads.
Former patients and staff of long-stay institutions to have their memories recorded
Residents and staff from Denbigh's North Wales Hospital and Llanfairfechan's Bryn y Neuadd will be focus of a museum exhibition The living memories of former residents and staff at two long-stay institutions will be captured as part of a new project.
Farmers angry after sheep blamed for flooding
Head of sport Paul Abbandonato takes a look at Cardiff City's Saturday afternoon clash with Wales' Six Nations opener against Italy The project, which Rhys has been working on for the past two years, is made up of a film, an album, a book and an app On Sunday's BBC Countryfile programme journalist and environmentalist George Monbiot said: "Sheep in ... (more)
Countryfile backlash: farmers angry after sheep blamed for flooding
The comments which raised the farmers' hackles were made by contributor George Monbiot who said: "Sheep in the hills cause floods in the flood plains."