Post Brexit, many of us have felt like letting out an angry cry of despair. Siôn Eirian has framed his despair with a proscenium arch and called it Yfory (Tomorrow). The drama takes place over one night in which the political fortunes of a nation are at stake. With the Labour party in crisis, Plaid […]
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Byw Celwydd, the Bay’s answer to Borgen

Dewi Huw Owen

PUBLISHED ON: 01/02/17

CATEGORY: Reviews

This series is available now on iPlayer with English subtitles. Four episodes have been broadcast on S4C to date on Sundays at 9pm. This series ends o …

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Will Wales Lead the Charge to Become a More Mindful Nation?

Frances Williams

PUBLISHED ON: 01/10/15

CATEGORY: Opinion

You may have been amused, puzzled or simply reassured to have learnt a little while ago that Wales is officially the ‘happiest place to be in the UK’. …

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