Book Reviews archive

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.

jimgriffiths
Dec
31

A key figure

Aled Eurig reviews ‘Cofiant Jim Griffiths, ‘Arwr Glew y Werin’’ by D. Ben Rees

ministering-to-education by leighton andrews
Dec
30

Standards over structures

Rajvi Glasbrook-Griffiths reviews ‘Ministering to Education’ by Leighton Andrews.

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Dec
29

More than a mystery

Rachel Trezise reviews ‘Significance’ by Jo Mazelis.

Gwyneth-Lewis-by-Keith-Morr
Dec
23

A centenary curiosity

Kathryn Gray reviews Advantages of the Older Man by Gwyneth Lewis.

revolution-to-devolution
Dec
22

A towering achievement

Dai Smith reviews ‘Revolution to Devolution: Reflections on Welsh Democracy’ by Kenneth O. Morgan.

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Nov
11

‘The most conspiratorial member of the cabinet’

On the anniversary of Roy Jenkins’ birth, Adam Somerset reviews John Campbell’s biography ‘Roy Jenkins’.

Sep
18

Living apart, together

John Osmond examines what two books on the Scottish debate tell us about today’s independence referendum