Review: Rocking the Boat – Welsh Women who championed equality 1840 to 1990
Sarah Tanburn Rocking the Boat is a delightful read for the professional and amateur historian alike. Angela V John, honorary…2 comments.
Review: Bang is back with a high body count – and some very timely subject matter
Jon Gower Location, location, location. If these mantric words apply to the world of real estate and TV house makeover…No comments.
Review: Unleaving is a book of quiet mysteries and forbidding new terrain
Jon Gower This is a novel of uprootings and transplanting, concentrating in the main on the tale of Margaret Lewis…No comments.
Review: Delilah goes down like a cold and well-poured pint of Guinness
Jon Gower It’s been a while since I picked up a book and then read it all in a single…2 comments.
Back with a Bang: Second Port Talbot-based S4C series ‘an enormous stylistic leap forward’
Mark Mansfield S4C’s gritty bilingual crime drama Bang returns to the small screen this week for its much anticipated second…8 comments.
Review: Hanes Rhyfeddol Cymry Lerpwl is a fascinating account of the connection between Wales and Liverpool
Jon Gower If ever there was an author qualified to chronicle the remarkable history of the Welsh community in Liverpool…5 comments.
How to beat the Brexit blues with some brilliant European dramas
Dylan Wyn Williams ‘Brexit day’ has been and gone, and left a cawl potsh of emotions in its wake. To…11 comments.
Review: The Cave of Shadows is a brave undertaking shot through with big ideas
Jon Gower In an essay written in the mid 1970s Isaac Asimov offered this definition: ‘Science fiction can be defined…One comment.
Review: Trailing Clouds of Glory – Welsh Football’s Forgotten Heroes of 1976
Jon Gower This is a superbly researched and sparkily written account of two pivotal years in the history of a…2 comments.