Ahead of appearing at the IWA’s first Coffee Shop Debate at Cardiff’s Chapter Arts Centre 6.30pm tomorrow, Wiard Sterk provides a foretaste of his views
Geraint Talfan Davies reviews a report by a leading expert which pulls no punches in assessing support for the creative industries in Wales.
Rhys David looks at a new study into how young people feel about Wales and Welshness
Government is going to measure our happiness. Geraint Talfan Davies says it will make for an even busier St. David’s Day.
Geraint Talfan Davies explains the thinking behind a new awards scheme just launched by the IWA.
Geraint Talfan Davies responds to a suggestion that the statue of a little known Cardiff Victorian should be replaced by one of St. David.
John Osmond listens to Rhodri Morgan musing about what makes us Welsh.
The west Wales branch visited Bluestone Leisure village in Pembrokeshire for their June meeting to understand the impact of the development on the west Wales economy over the first year of its operation.
In March 2009, as Welsh broadcasting suffered from further cuts in ITV Wales’s programme output for Wales and the prospect of five years of budget cuts at BBC Wales, the Institute of Welsh Affairs mounted a defence of English language television programming for Wales in English is a Welsh Language: Televisions’s crisis in Wales.* Its sixteen essays were part elegy for past glories, part cri de coeur as a nation’s visibility to itself was allowed to wither, and part affirmation that the problem can and must be solved. Its opening chapter was by the broadcaster and Chair of the IWA, Geraint Talfan Davies.