Dylan Moore takes us behind the headline of the IWA’s latest the welsh agenda magazine.
Dylan Moore reviews a collection of poems looking at language and identity by Mike Jenkins, Eric Ngalle Charles, Ifor ap Glyn.
Dylan Moore explains why his Newport novel, Many Rivers to Cross, had to be fiction – and why Wales’ often disparaged third city is perfect terrain for a writer.
Five years on from the heady days of Euro 2016 and ahead of the delayed 2021 tournament, Garmon Dyfri assesses the disconnect between elite level sport and an inactive society.
Rhodri Talfan Davies outlines the reforms that will root the BBC outside of London.
Merlin Gable talks to the new General Director of Welsh National Opera, Aidan Lang, and finds him excited at the potential for reexamining the role of performing arts in difficult times.
Wales is still a blind spot for the UK media and in the context of a pandemic this has serious consequences, argues Helen Mary Jones.
Geraint Talfan Davies reviews biographies of two men who shaped Britain in the twentieth century.
Cath Beard reviews a collection of essays on identity edited by Hanan Issa, Durre Shahwar and Özgür Uyanik.
Dylan Moore takes a look at Sam Adams’ coming of age story set in Spain 1954.
Rhiannon White writes that we cannot be constrained by our traditional understanding of theatre.