Book Reviews archive

encounterswithosi
Dec
18

A fitting tribute to an artist and a man.

Dylan Moore reviews ‘Encounters with Osi’, a tribute to Osi Rhys Osmond, who died earlier this year.

thegreatestneedjasmineD
Dec
11

Self-determination, nationhood and pacifism

Nia Davies reviews Jasmine Donahaye’s biography of Lily Tobias, ‘The Greatest Need’.

Denis_Healey
Oct
09

A life lived in history

In light of his recent death, Adam Somerset reviews Denis Healey’s autobiography ‘The time of my life’.

jrclynes
Sep
17

Gripping ringside account of Labour history

Adam Somerset reviews ‘Memoirs 1869-1924′ by J R Clynes.

bevan
Sep
09

Working-class hero

Andy Bevan reviews ‘Nye: The Political Life of Aneurin Bevan’ by Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds

esme
Sep
08

A sympathetic portrait

Francesca Rhydderch reviews ‘Esmé: Guardian of Snowdonia’ by Teleri Bevan

school
Sep
07

Education – a report card

Dr Julian Skyrme reviews ‘A Class Apart: Learning the Lessons of Education in Post-Devolution Wales’ by Gareth Evans

South-Wales-Valleys
Sep
03

Articulating a Welsh multiculturalism

Huw Williams reviews ‘Wales Unchained’ by Daniel G. Williams.

stevehilton
Aug
17

Cut and paste politics

Adam Somerset reviews Steve Hilton’s book, More Human.

South-Wales-Valleys
Jul
17

Pam Na Fu Cymru – Why Wales Never Was

Huw Williams reviews Pam Na Fu Cymru by Simon Brooks.