The BBC is celebrating 100 years of broadcasting in Wales.
Welsh place names often reflect local legends, fauna and topography. The coining of English names to replace them has sparked an ongoing campaign to protect them.
Britain may have ditched the Roman calendar in 1752 but Cwm Gwaun continues to cling on to its old traditions.
He was an important philosopher, mathematician and social reformer of his time. But Richard Price was subsequently written out of history.
There are many benefits to being bilingual.
School is a key location for young people to learn and speak Welsh.
Speakers of minority languages (like Welsh) often insert words from a majority language (like English) while speaking.
The title was last held by a Welshman in the 1400s.
What could the British public lose when the BBC licence is pulled?
Gaelic speakers need opportunities to use their language in a wide variety of social and everyday settings to avoid its presence being eroded.
The benefits of a bilingual education are huge.
Welshman Edward Lhwyd helped bring togethr Gaelic, Welsh, Cornish and Breton to show how language could connect people on a deeper level.
Why the lives of bilingual dementia patients can be transformed by finding carers who speak their native language.
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.
Parents of autistic children in Wales face a choice between English-medium specialist education or Welsh-medium mainstream education.
Cwtch, drive and brammer are all commonly thought of as Welsh dialect terms, but they have actually come from all over the world.
Future Sounds: Listening to Lynette Roberts, the forgotten Welsh poet.
There’s no reason why AI systems can’t speak any language – but is there a reason why it should?
Probably the most famous ‘Welsh’ word, ‘cwtch’ is the perfect example of a dialect term.