“It is never going to come to court,” Frank Cranmer a researcher on law and religion at the Cardiff Law School, told me.
I grew up in Cardiff, Wales, where the Jewish community, as in most British cities is relatively healthy but extremely small.
It came half way through a long day of fairly mediocre fare at a theatre in Cardiff, Wales.
The latest portrait of the Queen was unveiled at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff yesterday painted by artist Dan Llywelyn Hall.
Stephens, a sociologist at Cardiff University, has spent years studying the development of “cultured” meat.
Stripped of its filmy housings, naked, muscular and comely, the majestic Cardiff Giant loomed above me!
I walked forty miles to Cardiff Fair and didn't dance like this.
Cardiff as a village antedates the Conquest, but as a metropolis of two hundred thousand, it is quite recent.
Cardiff Castle was much more than a place of defence; it was the seat of government.
Left Cardiff about six in the morning, and reached Newport about ten, where many came from Pontypool and other parts to hear me.