Every year Wales Arts Review talks to some of the leading lights working in the Welsh arts. But we also like to talk to those beyond our borders too. Here is a quick selection of some of the highlights of 2016.
Theatre | Kate Wasserberg talks about the work of The Other Room, Cardiff’s awards-winning pub theatre.
Music | Super Furry Animals on their new tour.
Poetry | Twm Morys on writing for Theatr Clwyd’s Cyrano de Bergerac.
Music and Fashion | Brix Smith-Start on moving from The Fall to being one of Britain’s top fashion designers.
Opera | Emma Jenkins on co-writing the libretto for Welsh National Opera’s In Parenthesis
Literature | Horatio Clare talks about his successes writing award-winning a YA novel, Aubrey and the Terrible Yoot.
Comedy | Siân Harries on writing for TV and on women in comedy.
Literature | Holly Müller on her debut novel, My Own Dear Brother.
Dance | Gwyn Emberton on his international performance tour of Dance Roads.
Comedy | Eddie Izzard on politics and stand-up.
Film | Fflur Dafydd on adapting her own work for the screen.
Art | Andrew Logan on the 25th anniversary of the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture.
Art | Kevin Sinnott on “The History Paintings”.
There are many more far-reaching conversations in our interviews archive; just click on the red.