Despite the unruly elements visiting Ceredigion shores last weekend, the 2017 Aberystwyth Carnival celebrated the revelry of a good old fashioned community festival. From Punch & Judy shows on the beach to live music all the way through till midnight, the now established annual event managed to prove its worth by continuing to flourish despite […]
Latest figures from the Welsh Government confirm that Ceredigion is once again the best recycling County in Wales. This success follows the continued efforts and cooperation between the residents, Ceredigion County Council and its partners. The simplicity of the services provided by the Council helps to encourage positive waste management and recycling. The Council […]
Workways+ offers training and paid work experience opportunities to long-term unemployed people to help them on their route back to employment and has recently helped Angela Johnson, 42 from Llandysul. Having been out of work for 15 years to raise a family, Angela was looking to get back to work once her children went […]
A new Passenger Transport Interchange and station at Bow Street near Aberystwyth, Ceredigion is the only new station in Wales to receive funding. The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has announced the outcome of applications made to its New Stations Fund 2 (NSF2) – funding which has been made available towards the capital expenditure […]
On 31st July we broadcast The Brunch Show live from The Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
RB FM were the first group to interview Ben Lake after he announced his candidacy for the 2017 General Election. Ben went on to win the election to become the Plaid Cymru MP for Ceredigion. Now, Ben Lake MP returns to RB FM to chat to Bobby on Brunch about his experiences during the first […]
Lindsey Gaunt, from the Aberystwyth group dedicated to supporting and raising awareness of refugees, came in on Friday’s Brunch Show to talk to Al and Bobby about what Aberaid has achieved so far, and what it is looking to achieve in the future:
On Thursday 6th July, Al Frean chatted with Councillor Alun Williams about the new changes being implemented by Hywel Dda Health Board in Ceredigion regarding adult mental health services:
On Thursday 6th July, Al Frean chatted with Councillor Alun Williams about the new free weekend travel scheme being launched by the Welsh government:
On Thursday 6th July RB FM Broadcast Live from the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod 2017. We had a great day reporting live from the field. Here you can listen to what we got up to. The Brunch Show 06/07/2017 (featuring live reports from Llangollen) we will update this page with more content soon….