Welsh is an ancient language, and many of the place names in Wales today derive their meaning from medieval Welsh.
Hay is home to over 30 bookshops, a renowned literary festival and Mary Fellowes, someone passionate about getting people into reading.
Intersecting identities were highlighted in Wales during LGBTQ+ history month. Why is the next frontier for promoting equality?
The exhibition tries to find various ways to support artists with disabilities, especially those emerging artists.
Cardiff University historian, Dr Marion Löeffler believes new curriculum will be a step towards a more inclusive Wales.
The Welsh language is linked heavily with the Welsh culture, which makes it unique and gain growing popularity among language learners.
With the English Wordle taking the world by storm, a Welsh speaker from Brazil is helping people from Wales enjoy the game in Cymraeg.
A team is trying to preserve native culture by putting Welsh places’ names by making a new map
Snowdon or Yr Wyddfa: Reclaiming the Wesh name for the highest mountain in Wales
To explore the literature world with Welsh writers by joining the Children's Literature Festival, give your kids a chance to enjoy reading more than before.