Port Talbot rapper Leondre Devries, 13, and Charlie Lenehan, 15, have released their debut single, which has a strong anti-bullying message.
Around 100 staff have moved from our previous home at Culverhouse Cross to the new state of the art production facility.
Four thousand Welsh soldiers were killed or injured as they tried to capture Mametz Wood in France during the Battle of the Somme.
Singer and broadcaster Cerys Matthews said she was honoured to land an MBE for her services to music - and said it was more for the records she had played on air, than the ones she had made herself.
The 45 year old said: "I am delighted to receive this honour, and accept it not so much for the music I've made but for the music I've played on my BBC 6 Music show.
"Folk , blues , jazz , traditional music whose authors didn't receive recognition in their lifetimes. I am passionate about sharing music, through writing books, making documentaries and, of course, through the wonder that is radio... and to receive recognition for this is incredible."
Matthews, formerly the singer of Welsh band Catatonia and now a radio and TV presenter, said it was "incredible" to be recognised for her passion for sharing her love of music
Bars and Melody, featuring 13-year-old Leondre Devries from Port Talbot, have finished third in the final of Britain's Got Talent.
In Saturday night's final on ITV, Leondre and his friend Charlie Lenehan again performed the song 'Hope' by Twista ft Faith Evans, with Leondre rapping about bullying, which he experienced when he was younger.
Operatic boy band Collabro won Britain's Got Talent 2014 - with singer Lucy Kay second.
Bars and Melody are the latest Port Talbot act to star on the ITV talent show. Paul Potts won the first series in 2007, and young dancers Nu Sxool and Pre-Skool made the final the last two years.
ITV Wales filmed with Leondre - rapping, and speaking about his experiences of bullying - back in November 2012 - before he went on Britain's Got Talent.
Musical theatre boy band Collabro are the winners of Britain's Got Talent after they finishing ahead of opera singer Lucky Kay and young rap duo Bars and Melody in tonight's final.
Vocal harmony group Jack Pack finished fourth, illusionist Darcy Oake came fifth and 15-year-old singer James Smith was sixth.
Tomorrow night, it's the final of Britain's Got Talent Series 8 - and, once again, an act from Port Talbot is in the running for glory.
Leondre Devries, 13, is one half of rapping duo Bars and Melody, and the latest in a string of Port Talbot-born stars to make it big.
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13-year-old rapper Leondre Devries from Port Talbot is one half of Bars and Melody - the favourites to win the final of Britain's Got Talent 2014.
Here you can watch him - before he was famous - rapping and speaking to ITV Wales back in November 2012:
He and his brother Joseph were launching a campaign to fight bullying - and Leondre told our Correspondent Carl Edwards: "I just want to use my words and power to target bullying and stop it - that's my target."
Leondre and his friend Charlie Lenehan, from Bristol, wowed the judges in their first audition on the ITV talent show this year, with Leondre rapping about his experiences of bullying, and earning a golden buzzer from Simon Cowell.
That performance has now been watched 30 million times on YouTube.
Later this month, comedian and actress Dawn French takes up her first solo tour and will be stopping off in Cardiff, Swansea and Llandudno. Before she sets off, she spoke to ITV News about going it alone and what she'd say to her younger self!
Welsh singing star Tom Jones will be honoured with a lifetime achievement award next month. He will be given the prize at the annual O2 Silver Clef Awards next month.
– Sir Tom Jones
"To be presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award is a great honour, and to be included amongst the other fantastically talented artists is a real pleasure."
Sir Tom Jones is to receive a lifetime achievement award. The singing sensation from Pontypridd has enjoyed a career in the music industry spanning half a centuary.
He will be given the prize at the annual O2 Silver Clef Awards next month.
Sir Tom, who celebrates his 74th birthday on Saturday, scored his first number one - It's Not Unusual - back in 1965.