Robert Gillespie Discusses Memoir – Are You Going To Do That Little Jump?

In the final part of our video interview with British actor, writer and director, Robert Gillespie, Andy Howells discovers where Robert got the inspiration and title from for his new autobiography.

“The Addams Family Feelgood Factor” – Joanne Clifton & Cameron Blakely Interview

This week, The Addams Family are on stage at Cardiff’s New Theatre in a spectacular musical comedy from the writers of the multi award-winning Jersey Boys, with music and lyrics by the Tony Award  nominated Andrew Lippa .

My Music DNA: Amy Duncan Discusses Music Inspirations Ahead of New Album, Cocoon

Amy Duncan discusses her music inspirations aith Amdy Howells ahead of the release of her new album.

“I Had To Practice Being Me!” – How Robert Gillespie Became Keep It In The Family’s Dudley Rush

Robert Gillespie, who recently published a new memoir, Are You Going to Take that Little Jump? discusses Keep It in The Family with Andy Howells in the latest part of the Entertainment South Wales video series.

“I Give The Best of Myself to Any Task Ahead of Me” – Fashion Designer Nathan Palmer Interview

Thomas Howells recently put questions to Nathan Palmer, a former player for Newport RFC, about his career in fashion design.

Robert Gillespie Recalls Writing Controversial 60s Satire and Working on Rising Damp with Leonard Rossiter

In the second part of our video interview with British actor, writer and director, Robert Gillespie, Andy Howells discovers what it was like for Robert to write comedy for the satire series That Was The Week That Was in the 1960s and feature in a classic scene of Rising Damp in the 1970s.

My Music DNA: Platform 1

During lockdown, West Wales trio Platform 1 spent much time at home producing their new 6 track EP, So Much for The Sadness. The release features songs old and new inspired by artists such as The Cranberries, Taylor Swift and Steve Earle. The band comprising of Martha, Josh and Will recently revealed their Music DNAContinue reading “My Music DNA: Platform 1”

My Music DNA: Billy Lunn of The Subways

Formed in 2002, The Subways aka Charotte Cooper and Billy Lunn multiple chart-worthy album releases including Young for Eternity (2005), All Or Nothing (2008), Money And Celebrity (2011), and The Subways (2015), spawning a slew of hit singles including ‘Rock & Roll Queen’, ‘Oh Yeah’, ‘Girls & Boys’ and ‘We Don’t Need Money To Have A Good Time’.

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