Jon & Onwy Gower

Author Jon Gower speaks to Onwy, his daughter, who has herself at the age of 10 published her own book – Llyfr Adar Mawr y Plant. The beautifully illustrated, factual book is about 50 birds seen in Wales, comprising facts, photographs, poems, and especially commissioned illustrations.

Llyfr Adar Mawr y Plant


Tu Hwnt i’r Terfyn

Ultra-athlete and Swansea University honorary patron Lowri Morgan talks about her new autobiographical book with Beti George.

Organised by Academi Hywel Teifi

Lowri Morgan

Welsh Taster Lesson

Thinking of learning Welsh? Join our tutor, Aron Evans, for a fun filled taster session to see what it’s like to learn Welsh with Learn Welsh Cardiff!

Organised by Learn Welsh Cardiff


Stomp Y Ganrif

A special Stomp celebrating Swansea University’s centenary with Tudur Hallam, Huw Chiswell, Gwennan Evans, Laura Hughes, Aneirin Karadog, Andrew Teilo, Matthew Tucker…and more!

Organised by Academi Hywel Teifi


Ian Gwyn Hughes in conversation with Natasha Harding

Ian Gwyn Hughes in conversation with Natasha Harding. Topics of discussion include the great developments in female football over the last decade, and why many of the women’s team have decided to learn Welsh.

Organised by FAW


Music Bingo with Tom a Dyl

Fun and games with Tom and Dyl! Join in with the live music bingo session on Zoom – where everyone will receive a personal bingo card full of great Welsh tunes.


Welsh Language Album of the Year with Sôn am SÎn

Although there will be no Eisteddfod in Tregaron this year, the winner of the Welsh Album of the Year will still be announced during the first week of August. The award covers all types of musical genres and is open to anyone who has produced a Welsh-language album between 31 May 2019 to 31 May 2020. Past winners include Gwenno, Swnami and Bendith. The Sôn am Sîn crew will be discussing this year’s shortlist.

Organised by Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru

Chris a Gethin (Sôn am Sîn)

The launch of ‘Merch y Gwyllt’, by Bethan Gwanas

Gomer proudly presents the launch of ‘Merch y Gwyllt’, the new novel by Bethan Gwanas. Join us at 19:00 when Branwen Rhys Dafydd will be interviewing Bethan about the book and then head over to Twitter at 20:00 to ask your own questions. @bethangwanas #MerchyGwyllt

Organised by Gomer

Bethan Gwanas 1

We need to talk about Welsh history – Efa Lois’ Podcast

A podcast by Efa Lois discussing trans-atlantic slavery and the historic role of Welsh people in racial institutions.

Hanes Cymru Hiliaeth

Codi Pais

Join independent magazine and mobile gallery Codi Pais on their journey creating the Summer issue. Video by Hannah and Jasmine Cash, music by Casi Wyn.


Welsh Language Album Cover Quiz

Tafwyl Special by Bubblewrap Collective + Ctrl Alt Design! How well do you know your Welsh language album covers? You will need to guess the artist and album title for a chance to win a bundle of records from Bubblewrap Collective.


20 Years of the Children’s Poet Laureate for Wales

Join Lleucu Siencyn, Chief Executive of Literature Wales for a talk and poems with Welsh Children’s Poet Laureate Gruffudd Eifion Owen and former children’s poets Casia Wiliam and Ifor ap Glyn. The Children’s Poet Laureate scheme is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. It is good to start the celebrations at Tafwyl with a fun talk about the experiences of the three poets – the good, the bad, and the funny.

The Children’s Poet Laureate partners are Literature Wales, the Welsh Government, S4C, the Welsh Books Council and Urdd Gobaith Cymru.

llenyddiaethcymru.org / barddplant.cymru


Does Welshness mean Whiteness? A discussion on identity inspired by The Privilege Cafe

Does Welshness mean Whiteness? A discussion on identity inspired by The Privilege Cafe with Seren Jones, Mali Ann Rees, Leena Sarah Farhat, Gareth Hicks and Dr Dafydd Trystan.


Ian Gwyn Hughes in conversation with Owain Fôn Williams

Ian Gwyn Hughes in conversation with Owain Fôn Williams. Topics of discussion will include Euro 2016, the importance of the Welsh language to the Wales team…and painting, of course!

Organised by FAW


Atgyfodi: John Rea and Jon Gower

The word ‘atgyfodi’ means revive and resurrect in English. An opportunity to hear the inspiration behind a very unique project and how John revived the past voices from St Fagan Museum’s archive and composed emotionally-charged musical work to accompany footage.


Atgyfodi: The soundtrack by John Meirion Rea

Atgyfodi: the soundtrack by John Meirion Rea. Atgyfodi introduces the lost voices and recordings from the sound archives of The National Museum of History: St Fagans in the form of an immersive surround-sound installation with found and specially filmed images. These are interwoven complemented by a contemporary musical composition, returning them, and what they represent, into our collective memory.

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Q&A Session with Cardiff Learners

Come and hear what tips Cardiff learners have to offer about learning the language, with tutor Jo Robinson.

Organised by Learn Welsh Cardiff


GOREUON Talwrn Tafwyl BBC Radio Cymru

A chance to enjoy memorable highlights of Y Talwrn, the long standing and contemporary poetry series, recorded in Tafwyl from 2015-2019. The programme will also broadcast on BBC Radio Cymru at 19:05 on 21 June 2020.



Welsh street names of Cardiff: past, present and future

Cardiff University and Cardiff Council’s Bilingual Cardiff Forum present…’Welsh street names of Cardiff: past, present and future’ with Dr Dylan Foster Evans, Head of the School of Welsh at Cardiff University.This talk will discuss the wealth of Welsh names on our streets and also look to the future.