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
Join Peter as he investigates what is going on atop Mumbles Hill, or rather what was going on all those years ago. Peter is with Sarah Clements from the archaeological dig who explains what they are looking for and what they are finding. Brrrr! it was cold.
Listen in to Peter Tremewan and Caroline Morgan discussing Oystermouth School's participation in the Big Pedal project.
Listen to another Tale from the North Bank. Join Mike Kennedy as he chats to Plaid Cymru's Assembly Member for South Wales West, Bethan Jenkins who visited Oystermouth Radio at the start of April in the build up to the coming Welsh Assembly Elections at the start of May. You'll also hear stories of her life playing live in a band.
Carol Powell tells Peter Tremewan about Public Health in the Victorian Parish of Oystermouth, the benefit of the public fountain installation, subsequent festivities and the general health of Mumbles villagers. Carol's work is also available from Oystermouth Historical Association.
Carol Powell (Oystermouth Historical Association) tells Peter Tremewan and Oystermouth Radio listeners all about the experiences of those who Lived on Mumbles Lighthouse Island
Join Carol Powell and Peter Tremewan and learn about Lilliput Hall and Cottage. Carol's reasearch is also available from Oystermouth Historical Association.
The Alice Through the Looking Glass inspired Mad Hatter's Cafe in Mumbles visits Oystermouth Radio and introduces itself to you all. Listen in and find out more ... will you meet the Bandersnatch, Tweedledee and Tweedledum or The Jabberwock?