• hand and skull

    Poetry: Hand and Skull by Zoe Brigley

    Laura May Webb finds that Zoë Brigley’s third poetry collection, Hand and Skull, cuts right to the bone. At first reading, Zoë Brigley’s third poetry collection appears to be an […]

  • anthropocene

    The Anthropocene: Are We Being Good Ancestors?

    Jodie Bond investigates perhaps ecology’s first ever buzzword, the Anthropocene, and asks what it means for Wales and our future generations. Are we being good ancestors? A question posed by […]

  • Sian Gwenllian

    Sian Gwenllian: Welsh History for Welsh Schools

    Sian Gwenllian AM, Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Education (and the Welsh Language), argues the case for  stronger history curriculum for Welsh pupils. No one should be deprived of learning about […]

  • rory stewart

    Comment: Reviewing Rory Stewart

    Adam Somerset was on hand to examine the theatre of Westminster on the day of the first votes in the Conservative Party leadership contest, and took a particularly interest in […]

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