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Our School Senedd Tomos Rogers on democratic education
‘The golden thread is education’ Jeremy Miles sits down with Dylan Moore
Dweud eich Dweud Auriol Miller says Wales’ people must have their say
Wales’ Caribbean Amnesia, My Cynefin Jessica Dunrod on family, history and slavery
Furious, flashing contrasts Faisal Ali on art and lived realities in Tiger Bay
Shifting the Dial Joe Rossiter assesses the impact of the IWA’s policy recommendations
Tynged yr Iaith Revisited Rhys ap Gwilym profiles Efa Gruffudd Jones
What role should data and technology play in society? Noreen Blanluet asks Lina Dencik
We Are Here, Because You Were There Maisie Allen highlights the plight of Afghan interpreters
Return to Cardiff Cai Parry-Jones celebrates the centenaries of two Jewish writers from Cardiff
From Settled to Unsettled Wiard Sterk explores the effect of Brexit on EU nationals in Wales
The Politics of Richard Price Huw L Williams profiles ‘our greatest thinker’ on his tercentenary
Extremely Live Theatre NTW Artistic Director Lorne Campbell talks to Marine Furet
Hiraeth and Housing Kieran Yates talks to Merlin Gable about Welshpool and second homes
Yma o hyd – but what now? Rhys Richards looks to a footballing future without Gareth Bale
How can we use storytelling to change the world? Kaja Brown talks to Black Mountains College