Claire Mahoney chats to poet, actor, DJ and effervescent funk and soul fanatic, Craig Charles, ahead of his forthcoming gig in Cardiff.
After a quiet 2012, Stereophonics return with a brand new album and cinematic sound. Jim Swidenbank gets the lowdown from Kelly Jones on the album and a work-in-progress film script.
Proving that cooking can actually be a brilliant way to relax, Fleur Tucker enjoys a refreshing Summer Asian Cooking class at Angela Gray’s Cookery School at Llanerch Vineyard
Do you dream of being a photographer? Listen up, it’s your time to shine!
The Edinburgh Fringe is a pivotal point in the theatrical calendar and Cardiff University’s very own Act One drama society are heading up there to perform, taking performances of Wuthering Heights, The Institute and King Lear.
A discussion on privacy in the digital age may seem heavy going for a Sunday lunchtime, but like launching into a hard gym session, you always feel better for it and never regret having done it.
Michael Mills captures the best of this year’s Hay Festival.
Whether you’re out on the waves or soaking up the rays on the beach, style is an ever present concern for those looking to impress in the surf. With a fantastic selection of beaches, bays and rocky outcrops to explore, there’s no time like the present to get kitted out.
While some may disregard the South Wales coastline as a great place to surf, from Cardiff through to Pembrokeshire, there are a number of fantastic beaches, coves and inlets where the surf is plentiful for both beginner and intermediate surfers.
words: SAM EDWARDS In the run-up to their gig at the Aberdare Coliseum, Buzz caught up with Becky Unthank and learnt about a boat built from pencils, why history goes hand in hand with folk music, and the story behind their unusual name. Your new album implies an appreciation of history and for paying respects […]