Aug 30, 2021
Gemma is an artist and speaks openly about her mental health in this episode, talking about childhood trauma and the issues that have been brought about by it.
She has been attanding the VC Gallery for five years. The paintings and poetry that she has created have both helped her to resolve some issues but, she hopes,...
Aug 17, 2021
I talk to Tomos Jones, the Community Archaeologist for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park about heritage and archaeology in and around the county. We met at St Govan's Chapel on a blustery morning and you can hear the wind and the crashing waves as we chat.
Tomos mentioned a number of useful websites, the links...
Aug 2, 2021
I went to Porth y Rhaw, just outside of Solva, to visit Fran Murphy and her team from Dyfed Archaeological Trust as they excavated an Iron Age promontory fort. It's an impressive place, you can hear visitors being shown around the site at one point and, of course, the wind and waves crashing below us all the...
Jul 12, 2021
A short episode this week.
I called at a blustery Whitesands Bay in St Davids to talk to Dyfed Archaeological Trust who were running an excavation of St Patrick's Chapel. Well, I just happened to have my recording equipment with me so I asked archaeologist Jenna Smith to tell me what they were doing.
from the DATRIS...
Jul 1, 2021
Gareth successfully completed the Talisker Whisky Challenge and rowed, unaided, for 3000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean raising money for the MS Society along the way. After a bit of a lie down, he came to PLANED to speak to Iwan Thomas about the adventure.
You can find out more, and donate, via his website: