Join Sarah as she discusses the latest books and all that's literate in the world of books. February 2018
Listen to part 2 of Peter's chat with Eddie Wade. Mumbles, The Pilot, RNLI and more. It's all on episode 1 of the new Mumbles Recollections programme.
Peter Tremewan chats to Eddie Wade about his life and the memories he has of growing up in Mumbles and home being at The Pilot. Episode 1 part 1.
Peter Tremewan ventured up above The Mayals and spent time with Geoff Hayden, the owner of Clyne Farm. He told Peter of the history to the buildings and farmhouse, the facilities currently in place and plans for the future. A fabulous place to stay with tremendous views. One Oystermouth Radio presenter is known to have stayed in the converted Tractor Shed, at Clyne Farm ... in February ... and it snowed. Amazing and comfortable was the report.
Join Peter Tremewan as he talks with local author and historian, Ann Marie Thomas. Ann tells Peter all about her new book, Medieval Gower Stories and how she came to write this book and other stories. In the interview Ann relates how she recovered from a stroke and how the writing of stories helped in the healing process. Originally played as part of the Briefings programme.
Margaret and Peter take Oystermouth Radio into Oystermouth Primary school to meet teachers and pupils from the school and from Whitestone Primary school as they describe their exhibition on the S.S. Samtampa disaster which includes the grave loss of the Mumbles Lifeboat with all hands on 23rd April 1947.
Listen in to Margaret when she met Spencer Davieson the author of The Embers of Enchantment - Destinies Entwined volumes I & II as he visits Brynhyfryd school and reads to the children. Part of the Focus programming at Oystermouth Radio.
Join Margaret as she chats with Chai Deli's Lynn Rees and finds out all about Lynn's decision to set up the Newton Road business and a little of her history and some of her future plans.
Join Victoria Woodman and Margaret Morris as they speak to Oystermouth School's Active Journeys Crew representatives, Isabella, Lily, Sam, James, Olivia, Noah, Mia and Iggy and find out what the school gained from participation in the Big Pedal.
Catch up with the ongoing happenings at the archaeological dig with Peter Tremewan and Sarah Jayne Clements followed by Margaret Morris and Fiona from Glamorgan Gwent Archaeological Trust on a very windy Mumbles Hill