Today's codebreaker is Ray Francis.
Ray was born in Butetown in 1919 Roy Francis and later moved to Brynmawr as a child where he was brought up by his parents Albert
Todays' codebreaker is Joe Corsi.
Joe was born into a rugby playing family of Italian immigrants in July 1894, he lived in Adam Street and Sandon Street, in Adamsdown. He became
'Codebreakers' is the description long-associated with those who left the ‘amateur’ rugby union game in south Wales to pursue professional careers in the rugby league code.
Many great black Welsh players were
Today's profile is of Gerald Cordle.
Born in North Church Street, he went to St Mary the Virgin School, where he learned to play football, and then Bishop of Llandaff. He didn’t
Today's local rugby hero is Dennis Brown.
Dennis Brown was born in 1944 and lived in Loudoun Square. He attended South Church Street School. He served in the Royal Marines and played