John Osmond hears some advice about digitally connecting Wales
Archive for March, 2011
Madoc Batcup sets out the case for a lower rate of corporation tax for Wales
Nigel Jenkins is worried about the future of Swansea’s Dylan Thomas cultural centre
Eurfyl ap Gwilym casts an eye over the UK budget and its implications for Welsh politics
Peter Stead reflects on the passing of an icon whose consort observed didn’t look very different from his own sisters in Port Talbot
Geraint Talfan Davies asks where are the independent candidates for the S4C chairmanship
Geraint Talfan Davies sees big dangers ahead for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, in the BBC’s plans for more cuts.
John Osmond reports on a conference looking forward to the Assembly election in May
Siôn Hughes explains how the use of the latest ground-breaking technology and meticulous detective work helped recreate the face of Welsh medieval rebel hero.
Kirsty Davies reports on a debate on the role and rewards of women in the workplace