Saskia McCracken reviews contemporary Welsh essayist Jasmine Donahaye’s new book of nature writing Birdsplaining
Elaine Canning sheds light on the role and motivations of Welsh volunteers who took up arms in Spain during the Civil War
D.J. Howells enjoys an authentic evocation of 1970s Rhondda in John Geraint’s The Great Welsh Auntie Novel.
On the day of an iconic World Cup quarter final clash in Qatar, Dylan Moore reviews Rhys Richards’ book about another time football was soiled by sportwashing
Marine Furet reviews Tales of the Brothers Grimm, the Sherman Theatre’s Christmas production.
The final speech of Efa, lead character of GALWAD, who has already lived through the next thirty years ahead of us…
Dr Elain Price takes a closer look at the history of S4C’s ties with the BBC, and the broadcasters’ current relationship.
Colin Thomas looks back at the early years of Channel 4 and S4C, and forward to forthcoming events that will assess the prospects for their continued success.
Marine Furet enjoys the Sherman Theatre’s bilingual production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, adapted by Nia Morais and Mari Izzard.