Britain may have ditched the Roman calendar in 1752 but Cwm Gwaun continues to cling on to its old traditions.
Cwtch, drive and brammer are all commonly thought of as Welsh dialect terms, but they have actually come from all over the world.
From speaking out over domestic abuse in medieval times to telling the realities of war, these female poets present a very different version of Welsh life.
Humphrey Llwyd quite literally put Wales on the map.
Probably the most famous ‘Welsh’ word, ‘cwtch’ is the perfect example of a dialect term.
Since the 1970s, Wales has been marketed as a footnote to British history.
A linguistic equality expert argues the case for protecting the Welsh from prejudice.
Rolling, lyrical Welsh poetry could be just what Wales needs to engage with its own culture.
Wales’s patron saint David was nearly lost to the Welsh.
S4C was a trailblazer, now it’s being held back by politics.
At one point, the Welsh, Cornish, Scottish, Bretons and northern English were all “Kymry” - so what changed?
Spotify, Apple Music and the like aren’t working for indy artists.
Oh, what’s occurin’?
Poet Edward Thomas took from the traditions of Wales, and the beauty of the land to describe the horrors of war.
Welsh poetry has more in common with music than Shakespeare’s sonnets or Keats’s Romantic verses.