There's very slow traffic because of people slowing to look at accident on the M4 Eastbound between J40 A4107 (Port Talbot / Taibach) and J39 A48 (Margam). There's congestion to J43 A465 (Llandarcy). Travel time is 25 minutes.
Fresh from receiving his accolade for Best Actor at the BAFTA Cymru awards last night, Michael Sheen visited his home county of Neath Port Talbot today.
He was giving out the awards rather than collecting them this time though - to schools - which are doing their bit for the environment. Joanna Simpson reports.
Hollywood actor, Michael Sheen, will be visiting a school in his home county of Neath-Port Talbot today as part of his role as a Keep Wales Tidy ambassador.
The Welsh star, who won the award for Best Actor at the Bafta Cymru awards last night, will be going to an Eco-Schools award ceremony at Cwm Nedd Primary School in Glynneath where he'll be joined by the Minister for Natural Resources and Food, Alun Davies.
Eco-Schools is an international programme that teaches children to be environmentally responsible from an early age.
A man who nearly died after being viciously attacked on a night out in Swansea has spoken about how the assault has changed his life.
Nicholas Watkins was punched and then kicked on a night out last Christmas. It left him with damaged sight, and needing to learn to walk and talk again.
He and his family have spoken out as South Wales Police continue a campaign to try to reduce violent crime in the city centre.
Chief Superintendent Julian Williams from South Wales Police has said that "a tremendous amount of the incidents we do find in our city centres are fuelled by alcohol."
He told our presenter Jonathan Hill that police are working with the drinks industry and with venues on prevention measures.
South Wales Police are running the 'One Punch Ruins Lives campaign' in Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot, aiming to reduce alcohol-fuelled violence.
The One Punch Ruins Lives campaign was launched in March 2013, by South Wales Police Chief Superintendent Julian Williams.
It focuses on Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot, and aims to reduce alcohol-fuelled violence by making people stop and think about the possible consequences of violence on the victim's and their own lives.
Chief Superintendent Julian Williams said: "The vast majority of people enjoy a night out in safety with no problems whatsoever, however there are a minority who behave differently after excessive alcohol and do things they would never normally do."
"That single act of stupidity could have dramatic consequences on their own and their victim's lives and I urge people to think about the consequences, be brave and walk away from any aggression or violence. "
A man from the Swansea Valley who was attacked on a night out has spoken out about the devastating impact it has had on his life, in a powerful film which aims to tackle alcohol-fuelled violence.
Nicholas Watkins, 27 and from Ystalyfera, has undergone major brain surgery which later required his skull to be re-built, after being punched and then kicked in the head in Swansea city centre last December.
He has had to be taught to walk, talk and swallow again, a process which his father describes as "heartbreaking." He still has sight and balance issues which stop him living a normal life.
His attacker, Owain Davies, has been sentenced to nine years in prison after being convicted of grievous bodily harm with intent.
This video has been produced by South Wales Police, and released today as part of the Once Punch Ruins Lives campaign to reduce violence and improve safety in city centre nightlife.
It will be posted on Youtube and shown to offenders and potential offenders.
One lane is closed because of a broken down vehicle on the M4 Westbound between J40 A4107 (Port Talbot / Taibach) and J41 A48 / B4286 (Baglan/Pentyla)
South Wales Police is issuing a new appeal for witnesses, after a crash which killed a van driver on the Heads of the Valleys Road near Neath.
Lyn Morgan, 45 and from Maesteg, died in the crash.
It happened at 3.40pm on Thursday 25 April, on the A465 near Resolven.
A white articulated lorry travelling northbound crossed the central reservation and collided with Mr Morgan's white van, travelling southbound on the opposite carriageway.
The road remained closed for the rest of the day.
Police want to speak to anyone who witnessed the crash, or saw the vehicles being driven beforehand.
Officers are appealing for anyone who stopped to provide help to contact them - and say they particularly need to trace a retired doctor who stopped at the scene.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the South Wales Police serious collision investigation unit on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.