Spring / Summer 2019 #62
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Crossing Continents: Eric Ngalle Charles talks to Lleucu Siencyn
Wales in the 1990s: Rhian E. Jones revisits Cool Cymru
Carwyn Jones: Shazia Awan talks to the ex-First Minister
Prince Charles: Robert Jobson on Wales’ royal relationship
Food Systems: Katie Palmer leads a series on our food future
Emyr Humphreys at 100: M Wynn Thomas pays tribute
A language without speakers: Simon Brooks on the future of Welsh language communities
Progressive Patriots: Adam Johannes on socialism and nationalism in Europe and beyond
Plenty of fine words: Laura McAllister assesses Carwyn Jones’ nine years as First Minister
Labour’s problem with women: Cerys Furlong on how we level the playing field
The unintended consequences of John Redwood: Leon Gooberman on Wales and Brexit
Prince Charles – neither here nor there: Bethan Sayed takes a republican stance
A healthy lifestyle – better than any pill: Peter Elwood on the Caerphilly study
Common Purposes: Halima Begum outlines an IWA project looking at curriculum reform
Plenty of lessons: Keir Bloomer on what Wales can learn from Scotland’s education reforms
Can we deliver? Rhea Stevens reports from an IWA Roundtable on renewable energy targets
Living in the future: Marc Thomas talks to key actors in Wales’ innovation ecosystem
The whoosh effect: Derek Walker wants more Welsh businesses in the hands of employees
What is Good Help?: Alice Turner outlines new research into ‘good’ and ‘bad’ help
A Jolly Good Fellowship: Dylan Moore recounts a year as Hay Festival’s International Fellow
Shards of Light: Elinor Shepley praises Emyr Humphreys’ collection of poetry
Wales: The First and Final Colony: Gareth Leaman on Adam Price’s collected writings
Dear Mona: Letters from a Conscientious Objector: Aled Eirug on Jonah Jones’ correspondence
Dignity: Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett on Alys Conran’s new novel
Labour Country: Ben Curtis on Daryl Leeworthy’s epic new study of South Wales’ history
The Opposition to the Great War in Wales, 1914-18: Craig Owen on Aled Eirug’s history
Things That Make the Heart Beat Faster: Rachel Trezise enjoys João Morais’ short stories
Q & A: Activist İlhan Şiş talks to the welsh agenda about why he has been on hunger strike
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