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The Crunch will bring you two hours of live news, entertainment, weather, and all the latest information from across the city of Cardiff. At the heart of every matter, we'll bring you all that you need to know from the heart of the action!

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The next time you can catch "The Crunch Cardiff" on Made In Cardiff is…

  • 7:00 am, Friday 28th July - The Crunch Cardiff (Episode 121).
  • 6:00 pm, Friday 28th July - The Crunch Cardiff (Episode 122).
  • 3:00 am, Saturday 29th July - The Crunch Cardiff (Episode 122).

TL-BR: Tom Evans, Laura Allen,
Sian King, Daniel Wilson

Join The Crunch team for two hours of news, entertainment, weather, and much more. If it’s on in Cardiff, we’re on it! Bad day at work? Forget the 9-5, we are here for you, LIVE!
With special studio guests each week, sport news, and your views, The Crunch takes a bite out of Cardiff life each weeknight, 6pm-8pm.

Tom Evans – Presenter
Why I love Cardiff:
I love Cardiff because it’s such a BIG city in a small space with incredible arts and entertainment venues. I’m originally from the south wales Valleys and I always wanted to move to the capital. Everything is within walking distance, and there’s so much on like live bands, local theatre and film screenings. You can never be bored in Cardiff!
Random Fact:
I was once part of a Take That tribute band where I toured the country performing their greatest hits!

Sian King – Presenter
Why I love Cardiff:
I love Cardiff because of the endless opportunities and talent that’s held here in such a close knit city.
Random Fact:
I actually trained as an actor and it’s still a passion of mine, but now here I am, presenting on Made in Cardiff!

Daniel Wilson – Video Journalist
Why I love Cardiff:
What I love about Cardiff is the passion for everything. It’s such a multicultural place but on something like a rugby match day, the passion and atmosphere is amazing – one of the best in the world.
Random Fact:
The first time I ever appeared on TV was in the background of ITV News on an ice rink – I couldn’t skate and was holding onto the barrier for dear life like Bambi on ice – it did not look good!

Luke Davies – Weather Presenter
Why I love Cardiff:
I’ve lived in Cardiff for four and a half years and I can honestly say I’m never bored! I originally moved to Cardiff for university but I finished my course last year. It’s where it’s happening and there are always new and upcoming things to do and see! What’s not to love!
Random Fact:
I once played a Neapolitan soldier in the TV series Da Vinci’s Demons, Season Three. In the opening scene I manhandled a character by the name of Zoroaster through a door…it turns out that the actor who played Zoroaster (Greg Chillin) was the voice of Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter video games.