Browsing All posts tagged under »Wales«

Are the Pixies recording a new album in Wales?

September 25, 2012


Whatever Frank Black is  recording right now, it’s a project to which he’s given serious thought. In an interview with The Quietus in April, he said the following: I’m writing a lot of songs right now. The next recording session is going to very important. I haven’t made demos like this in years! I’m trying to […]

Rugby! Pictures! Video! Excitable tweets!

October 16, 2011


I’ve been using Storify to document the run up to the Wales/France semi final at ITV Wales… View “Huge anticipation for Wales vs France ” on Storify

Capturing the Coalfields – the Bruce Davidson Photos

May 2, 2011


Bit delayed posting this, but here’s a piece I did at the start of April. It was the week before a set of Bruce Davidson’s photos of life in Welsh mining villages went under the hammer in New York. I talk to Dr Daniel Meadows about the impact of Davidson’s work. The programme? Our final […]

Chomsky in Cardiff

March 16, 2011


  Last week, my colleague Nicola Hebden and I interviewed Professor Noam Chomsky. He was in Cardiff after being invited to speak at St David’s Hall the following day. I shot and edited together some of the best moments.     [Apologies for the poor sound –  a broken mic, a last minute change of […]

ITV Wales Guest Blog – A Future for Welsh Coal?

January 10, 2011


  Here’s a piece I wrote for ITV Wales – exploring whether Welsh coal has much of a future.   A link to the original article     Wales has had a long and complex relationship with coal. Today there’s little trace of the industry that at one time employed tens of thousands of men. […]