Monthly Archives: January 2012

Saturday, 28th January, 2012.

Strained Relations      I confess that, until a couple of days ago, I had never heard of AWEMA.   Then I listened to the news about the All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association.      I wondered why, inWales, we need such a group.   … Continue reading

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Saturday, 21st January, 2012.

More Effects Of The Slump      The virtual demise of Peacocks certainly took most of us inWalesby surprise.   Like the disappearance of Woolworths, it just seemed to happen – and we all thought that both of those companies would be … Continue reading

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Saturday, 14th January, 2011.

Wales Is . . .       . . . a foreign country:  they do things differently there.      Well, how good it was to see the good folk in the Gwaun Valley of Pembrokeshire celebrating New Year’s Day yesterday!      … Continue reading

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Saturday, 7th December, 2012.

Why Bother?      That fine young broadcaster, Ollie Hydes, was born in Aberystwyth and lives in Cardiff these days.   He visits dear old Aber fairly regularly.      On the ‘Good Morning, Wales’ programme, the item about un-updated Sat-Navs causing problems … Continue reading

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