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Catch up: The Airport, Episode 2

The Airport, Episode Two is now available to watch online

The race in on to dismantle the main security hall and move it to its new location before the first of the morning departures, and hundreds arrive at the terminal building all looking for a holiday bargain at a special travel fair. There’s a long night ahead for the runway repair team, while head of Customer Service Margaret James in on a mission to drive up standards.


Catch up: The Airport, Episode 1

A new series following day to day at Wales’s international airport

The builders move in to remove a despised airport landmark, and staff have to manage airline delays on one of the busiest days of the year – only for the fire alarm to force the terminal to be evacuated.

The airports firefighters get to grips with their new kit, while the arrival of a new carrier brings much needed new routes.

Welsh premiere for Swansea City documentary film

A new documentary film charting Swansea City's remarkable rise from the bottom of the Football League to the riches of the Premier League had its premiere in the city last night.

Jack to a King - the Swansea Story - features footage from fans, news and match archive, and a series of interviews with supporters, players and staff at the club.

Tom Sheldrick reports:

This report contains footage from Jack to a King - the Swansea Story (YJB Films).


Cardiff's Swn Festival to return as one-day event

Cardiff's Swn music festival will return this October, but as a scaled-back, one-day event.

Last year's event, which earlier this year won an NME Award for 'Best Small Festival', ran over four days at a number of venues in the capital.

The 2014 festival - dubbed 'DimSwn' - will be held on October 18 at seven locations.

Making the announcement this morning, the organisers said new funding had allowed them to run this year's festival in its reduced form.

This year's event will run across seven venues on October 18 Credit: Swn Festival

Where we once had been able to deliver the event with a tight-knit bunch of freelancers, part-timers and volunteers, we looked ahead to 2014 and knew we’d need a much bigger team, but that was something we just couldn’t make happen for an event of this size.

We were too big to be small, but too small to be big.

With Paul Hamlyn Foundation support, we are looking ahead to re-imagining Swn Festival in 2015.

– Swn Festival
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