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The Unsigned Scene of South-Wales in 2014

January 12, 2014 3:36 pm0 comments
The Unsigned Scene of South-Wales in 2014

The dragon still has fire in its belly as Wales looks to continue its success in producing new music for the masses. With success in practically every area of music, Wales is one of the great breeding grounds for musicians. So as the the bigger names take the headlines, we […]

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Class – why bother?

April 9, 2013 12:47 pm0 comments
Class – why bother?

I haven’t quite yet finished my degree – I’m just about to finish my second year reading Welsh and Politics at Cardiff University – but I am educated. I got 460 UCAS points, thank you very much. I’m the type of person who listens to Classic FM when I’m writing […]

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A United Kingdom

August 14, 2012 1:00 pm0 comments
A United Kingdom

The last two weeks have provided irrefutable proof that the Olympic spirit is more than an idea – and it may just turn out to be the shot in the arm so badly needed by debt-ridden Britain. After more than a decade of planning, preparation and nervous tension, London 2012 […]

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Does Wales Need A Language Revolution?

July 23, 2012 11:30 am0 comments
Does Wales Need A Language Revolution?

Saunders Lewis is considered one of Wales’s literary heavyweights; his is one of those names that prompt wide eyes, pursed lips and subtle nods of the head. His works are considered to be part of the so-called Welsh Canon –the body of Welsh literature thought to consist of classics that […]

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Feeling sick with Jubilee fever

May 30, 2012 12:29 pm7 comments
Feeling sick with Jubilee fever

The next few weeks are going to be hard for me. Yes, I have University exams, and they’re bad enough, and no, I don’t cope well with hot weather, but there’s something much worse bothering me. Can you guess what it is? Jubilee fever. As a Welsh nationalist and a […]

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