Bernice Rubens won the 1970 Booker prize for her novel, The Elected Member, and is the only Welsh person to have ever won the prize.
These five works of Welsh gothic literature will not only help you explore Wales through the macabre but are likely to give you a good scare too.
Mae dillad sydd ddim yn ffitio'n dda ac yn ‘hyll’ yn ffasiynol bellach, felly gwisgwch sut bynnag y dymunwch.
The mountain range in south Wales is now officially only known by its native Welsh-language name
O hyn ymlaen, dim ond yr enw Bannau Brycheiniog fydd yn cael ei ddefnyddio ar gyfer y parc cenedlaethol.
The last invasion of Britain involved bungled military plans, sozzled soldiers and a legendary Welshwoman wielding a pitchfork.
The BBC is celebrating 100 years of broadcasting in Wales.
The way questions on language were posed call the results into question.
The title was last held by a Welshman in the 1400s.
Wales’s schools mostly teach in English at present but its new curriculum will make Welsh language part of every lesson in all schools.
The original origins of some key characters names might give hints to their fates in Game of Thrones.
Cwtch, drive and brammer are all commonly thought of as Welsh dialect terms, but they have actually come from all over the world.
Since 1997, the ways people in the UK define their nationality has rapidly changed.
There’s no reason why AI systems can’t speak any language – but is there a reason why it should?
What’s in a name? A valued sense of history and identity.
A linguistic equality expert argues the case for protecting the Welsh from prejudice.
There are many myths associated with St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. But Patrick’s own writings and early biographies reveal the person behind the legend.
At one point, the Welsh, Cornish, Scottish, Bretons and northern English were all “Kymry” - so what changed?
Wales’s English language media is failing, but Welsh journalism is thriving.
Machines alone will never be able to put the meaning to words in translation