Location[edit | edit source]
Swansea was located in the south of Wales at the north-east edge of the Gower Peninsula, overlooking the Bristol Channel. Nearby towns included Neath to the east, Port Talbot to the south-east and Gorseinon to the west. Local small towns and villages included Kittle to the south-west, Pen-clawdd to the west, Pontarddulais to the north-west and Clydach to the north-east.
The nearest motorway was the M4, which could be accessed in the south-east of the city at junction 42, in the north-east at junction 44, in the north at junction 45 and in the north-west at junction 47. A railway ran through Swansea. (TV: The Categories of Life)
History[edit | edit source]
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- Doctor Who head writer Russell T Davies was born in Swansea.