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Listen again: Dave Edwards

Dave Edwards used to work for the Pontypridd Observer and has written about his experiences during his career. Listen again to the chat earlier, when he came in to the studio to speak to Howard Griffiths on Community link Click the cover of the book to head to Amazon where [….]

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Listen Again – Lloyd Macey’s Nan!

Rhondda Boy Lloyd Macey has made it through to Live Finals of the X Factor 2017! His Nan, who famously gave Simon Cowell some fish finger sandwiches popped in alongside Lloyd’s Dad to have a chat with Rob Rees… Part 1 Part 2 Hear the recent chat with Gavin and [….]

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Listen Again – Skin Cancer Awareness

Carl Evans from Tonypandy was diagnosed with Malignant Melanoma (the deadly form of skin cancer) back last June. After being diagnosed with skin cancer he realised there was very little information, awareness or funding regarding skin cancer and sun safety in the Cwm Taf Health Board Vicinity. With that in mind, he decided to start up [….]

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All about Trivallis

Tracey Cooke chatted to Howard Griffiths on Community Link to tell us more about what Trivallis do and their open day which takes place in Pontypridd on the 28th July!   For even more information – click here  

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Listen Again: Richard Mylan

Welsh Actor, Richard Mylan (pictured above on the left) popped in to GTFM recently to talk to Brogan Smart. A documentary recently aired on the BBC called ‘Richard and Jaco Life with Autism‘. The documentary that aired, reflected on his experience of raising a son on the autistic spectrum. Here’s [….]

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Listen again: The Railway Children

Robert Edmunds popped in to speak to Howard Griffiths about Stardreams production of “The Railway Children”. Howard being an ex-train driver, was extremely excited! You can listen to the interview again here You can find out more about Stardreams Musical Theatre and book tickets by clicking here We’ve got a [….]

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1st Anniversary for Valleys Steps!

(Picture: Howard with Felicity and Allison) An innovative programme designed to help people manage and reduce stress, anxiety levels and depression has celebrated its first birthday on Friday 28th April. Valleys Steps, which is supported by Cwm Taf University Health Board, provides free stress control and mindfulness courses to people [….]

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