From being the daughter of a government minister in newly independent Tanzania to fighting customs fraud at HMRC and championing diversity in Wales, Pru Orridge tells her story.
Dylan Moore talks to Olu Oni and Glenn Edwards about Africa Welsh News, a community website that seeks to foster links across nations and continents
Samuel Kurtz MS and Janet Finch-Saunders MS assess Welsh Government’s policy on water quality and propose solutions to move forward.
What now for journalism in Wales after the closure of The National and rising costs? David Nicholson takes a look at the challenges facing the industry.
Whatever its outcome, any debate on Welsh independence must be rooted in a level-headed examination of the facts, Will Hayward argues.
Sophie Buchaillard connects the Ukrainian crisis and the Rwandan genocide to think about the West’s contrasting relationship to refugees.
Angela Graham considers the genesis of her new collection of poetry and the link between poetry and sanctuary.
Marine Furet introduces issue 68 of the welsh agenda and reflects on the role of magazines to provide lasting content amid a fast news cycle.
Grace Quantock explores the rise of eco-anxiety and suggests ways we can mitigate it amid growing evidence of the impact of climate change.