Bala-based author Clare Mackintosh she delves into the world of reality TV manipulation in her latest crime thriller, A Game Of Lies. We spoke to her inspiration, the influence of her police background, and her love for Wales.
With the cost of living crisis comes the ongoing grumbling over why tickets to live events are also at an all-time high. Adam England finds out how we got here, and if we can ever go back.
Taking place in real-time, GALWAD looks at what would happen if the future tried to contact us, telling the story of 16-year-old Efa (Aisha-May Hunte) – who swaps with her 46-year-old self from 2052.
Brittle With Relics’ author Richard King’s chronicling of Welsh oral history has been 10 years in the making. Luckily, he tells Adam England, it’s all been worth it.
GREEN MAN at 20: “The industry is brutal, but I still love it” – director Fiona Stewart on running Wales’ staple festival
Following up his own look-back at the rise of Green Man since its 2003 debut, Adam England quizzes GM director Fiona Stewart about what makes it tick.
50 years of Ziggy Stardust – Bowie collaborator DANA GILLESPIE looks back to 1972 at Cardiff weekender
Marking five decades since the release of one of David Bowie’s most iconic albums, singer and formative confidante of his Dana Gillespie will be in Cardiff for an intimate celebratory weekend.
“If I can make it, God, anyone can!” – ‘bonkbuster’ queen MELANIE BLAKE on her unlikely author success
Self-styled “author returning to escapism” Melanie Blake was a go-nowhere schoolgirl, but the runaway success of Ruthless Women changed all of that.