Cardiff Castle has gone back to the Middle Ages by hosting a jousting tournament.
Hundreds of people watched as riders put on a display fit for a medieval king. James Crichton-Smith reports.
The RAF Red Arrows have confirmed on their twitter page that their display, which was due over Barry Island this afternoon, has been cancelled.
Event Organiser John Buxton said that due to adverse weather conditions, the team had been unable to fly to the area and perform within their allotted airspace window.
The aircraft were due to feature as part of the 'Barry at War' event.
Mr Buxton said he was "immensely disappointed" the display could not go ahead, but stated that if weather conditions improve, and if air traffic authority is granted, there may be a fly past over Barry today sometime during the mid-afternoon.
A medieval event is taking over the grounds of Cardiff Castle this weekend for a display of the art of jousting.Read the full story ›
Dame Shirley Bassey will visit the Children's Hospital for Wales in Cardiff later.
She will honoured for her work as a patron of the hospital.
The main thoroughfare outside the building will be renamed 'Dame Shirley Bassey Way.'
She is also expected to meet staff and patients.
It's a match-day atmosphere in Cardiff city centre this evening as One Direction and Manic Street Preachers fans descend on the capital ahead of tonight's shows.
Queues formed outside the Millennium Stadium overnight as fans wanted to be first into the ground. There are over 100,000 fans expected to go through the gates over the next two nights.
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Hundreds of fans are queueing outside the Millennium Stadium ahead of tonight's One Direction gig. The gates opened at 5pm, with McBusted expected to be on stage from 7pm and One Direction from 8.30pm.
There are also massive queues coming in to Wales, with Traffic Wales estimating tailbacks of up to 45 miles back to junction 17 of the M4.
Traffic is building up on the M4 with stop-start queues coming into Wales. There are queues around seven miles long from junction 23A to the Brynglas Tunnels just before junction 26. Hundreds of people are heading into Cardiff for tonight's One Direction and Manic Street Preacher gigs.
Traffic Wales says the congestion is a combination of those heading to the shows and usual Friday afternoon rush hour traffic.
Hundreds of One Direction fans are camped out this morning for the band's sell-out concert at the Millennium Stadium tonight.
Some fans have been there since Thursday afternoon.
More than 100,000 fans are expected to be in Cardiff over the weekend.
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