Buzz chats to Geraint Thomas following his exploits at this year’s Tour De France and the forthcoming Tour Of Britain which comes to South Wales this September.
Regularly topping the charts as one of the UK’s best festivals, Stephen Nottingham profiles this year’s Green Man as it continues to prove why it’s one of the most eagerly anticipated festivals of the summer.
Lloyd Griffiths chats to Rutger Hauer about being the devil, why he ends up on so many genres movies, the iconic Blade Runner and why smart people are scarier.
Bryn Williams tallks to Buzz ahead of his guest dinner at the WMC this June and the release of his first ever cookbook.
The inspiring story of Merthyr Tydfil-born boxer Howard Winstone comes to DVD this month in Risen: The Howard Winstone Story. Ahead of its release, Laura Morgan chats to Stuart Brennan, producer, writer and lead actor in the film.
With fashion designers such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Romain Kremer and John Galliano using effeminate influences in their menswear lines and masculine touches in their womenswear, gender-bending fashion is something which is growing ever prevalent in high-end and high street circles.
Simon Evans is a skilfully sarcastic and brilliantly sharp-witted character. Infamous for his entertainingly snobbish demeanour and haughty ‘educated’ accent, Simon ‘no eyes’ Evans is shaping up to be one of the most intelligent comic masterminds of our generation.
It is that time of year again. Time for a trip to join the literati in the town of books. Hay-on-Why-the-hell-not?! Susie Wild Previews this year’s Hay Festival
Although the appeal of sun, sea and sand may remain an eternally alluring one with so many cheap flights to exotic destinations on offer; with such unique tranquillity, beauty and pure escapism at our own doorstep, it’s hard to question the benefits of holidaying at home in Wales
Emma Brown talks to S4C presenter Lowri Morgan about her remarkable achievements in this years 6633 Ultra Marthon in the arctic.