Covid-19 will dramatically affect the Arts which means we need to make sure that we build bridges with our communities, writes Graeme Farrow.
Jane Davidson gives us a glimpse of her book #futuregen which launches today.
Dylan Moore introduces issue 64 of the welsh agenda magazine with a call for us all to use this unique moment wisely
Adam Somerset reminds us that human history has often been a story of unknown disease sweeping the globe
Before lockdown, Tom Cheesman and Filiz Celik met with Memet Ali Alabora at Volcano Theatre in Swansea, after his performance of the one-man play Meleketimden Insan Manazaralari – Human Landscapes from My Country, written by Nazim Hikmet.
Dylan Moore urges us to begin our lockdown reading with ‘Godbothering’, Rhidian Brook’s collection of ‘Thoughts 2000-2020’, which may help us gain perspective on the current crisis.
Dylan Moore welcomes you to the welsh agenda (online)
John Sam Jones explores a story of gay life in Britain from the Second World War to civil partnerships through Mike Parker’s memoir of his neighbours lives in the Montgomeryshire hills.
Joe Atkinson reviews Dr Wyn Thomas’ biography of a largely forgotten figure
Kieron Smith finds a worrying lack of reflexivity in Alex Niven’s New Model Island, a new appraisal of Englishness that keeps its misunderstandings of the Celtic nations firmly in the fringes
We have a vital voice in Wales’s public sphere – but this is why it needs to change, writes Auriol Miller.