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.
Alan Humphreys describes how Valleys Kids have adapted to the pandemic and why creative opportunities for children are critical to their emotional development.
Rhiannon White writes that we cannot be constrained by our traditional understanding of theatre.
Public Service Media has adapted well and shown its value during this crisis but the biggest challenges are up ahead, writes Owen Evans.
Covid-19 will dramatically affect the Arts which means we need to make sure that we build bridges with our communities, writes Graeme Farrow.
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.
Julie Lydon highlights the importance of Welsh universities in our recovery from the crisis
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.
In the first instalment of a major new series for click on wales, Meltem Arikan explains her feeling of belonging to Wales. Translated from Turkish by Filiz Celik.
John Hilling explores the history of Welsh architecture and how it has developed