Sir Tom Jones has thanked fans for their "continued support" after the death of his wife earlier this year.Read the full story ›
Wilding spoke to ITV Wales as he attended a special screening of Rogue One in his home town of Rhyl.Read the full story ›
Dame Shirley Bassey said her voice failed her after the death of her daughter more than 30 years ago.Read the full story ›
Rob Shelley went behind the scenes to meet David Hasselhoff and Mike Doyle - the stars of this year's Peter Pan panto.Read the full story ›
There are many Christmas traditions - from overcooked sprouts to bad jumpers - but among the most enduring of them is Panto.
It's the time of year when you get to do things you'd never normally dare to do in a theatre - like shout at the cast - for four and five year olds to wonder at the sparkle, for everyone to hiss the baddie and for at least one day in the year to ensure than it all winds up with a happy ending....
Our own Rob Shelley sneaked backstage at Llandudno's Venue Cymru, in a quick break between performances of Aladdin, to see if our cameras could reach those parts of the stage other broadcasters never get to reach.......
From the pitch to the stage ... watch Welsh sporting hero Nigel Owens tread the boards.
The rugby referee from Carmarthenshire has been getting his first taste of panto by appearing on video as the Prime Minister in Jermin Productions' Dick Whittington.
The panto is in Carmarthen this week before moving to Swansea, Brecon and Port Talbot.
I was keen to get involved with Dick Whittington, it’s a fantastic community production for people in Carmarthen and Swansea.
I’ve seen sporting personalities make the transition from games to on stage appearances.
I was keen to join in as it looked so much fun, especially at Christmas!
We are delighted to have Nigel on board our production, and the audience feedback of his role has been wonderful.
The actor, who was born in Pontypool, visited India to find out how campaigns like 'Christmas Jumper Day' help the poorest communities.Read the full story ›
On the 14th December 1976 The Sex Pistols performed in Caerphilly as part of their 'Anarchy' tour, and were met by an angry crowd.Read the full story ›
Justin Bieber has announced a Cardiff show on his Purpose World Tour.
He'll perform at the Principality Stadium on June 30 2017.
Tickets go on general sale on December 16.