Cambria – Autumn 2013

Cambria November 2013Features & Regulars

Editor’s letter
Letters to the Editor
Dr Alan Sandry: Internal Pride or Hatred? – premium article
Royston Jones on the Governance of Wales – On CambriaPolitico
Matthew Ford: Are We An Enlightened People?- On CambriaPolitico
Dr Hywel Glyn Lewis: Bilingualism is beneficial –premium article
Wyn Thomas And The Sacrifices Of Treweryn
Sion Jobbins: Fiscal Forays With A Language –premium article
Peter N. Williams On The Hidden Cost Of Coal
Mary Uzzell Edwards Delights In The Prisoners’ Chapel at Henllan
John Meirion Jones And A Lost Story Of The Eisteddfod
Keith Faichney Revisits Llanddwyn Island
John A. Edwards Pays homage to the Fiesta and takes a look at rallying in Wales
Learn Welsh and Have Fun Cymru ar Wasgar gan Martin Davies
What’s Hot What To Watch Out For In The Coming Months


David Thorpe Begins A Delve Into The Alternative And Sustainable
Chris Kinsey, nature And Fifty Shades Of Grey
Manon Williams
Caroline Palmer Explores A Garden In The Wilderness
Margaret Brigid Quinn & John Keates Explore The Teifi Uplands Literature
Meic Stephens – What’s New In The Book World
Mary Uzzell Edwards reviews Peter Lord’s Relationship With Pictures
David Hodges Muses On The Music Of The Ocean
Jim Parc nest Explains The Changes In The Bardic Order
Gwyn Griffiths Shares His Delight In Working With John Elfed
Chris Kinsey POEM Reflects On A “Stone Room In A Hill’s Roll”.
Colin Palfrey Celebrates A Poet In His Element


Dorothy Davies Delights In The dishes of Bodnant Hall.
Norma Lord Takes Us To The Opera
Lyn Davies reviews Bruce Caldwell’s Life Of The Harp
David Petersen reviews Two CDs With Inter-Celtic Connections
Gwyn Griffiths Looks Back At The Cardiff Singer Of The World

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