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SUNDAY, 09.05.21 | 19:30
Am yn ail

Book launch for the long awaited poetry volume by national poets, father and son, John Gwilym Jones and Tudur Dylan Jones. The volume focuses on family and their relationship with one another, Wales, the Welsh language and nation.

This session will be held via zoom. Follow the simple email registration below to join.

Organised by Barddas, supported by Cwlwm Cyhoeddwyr Cymru

llais - am yn ail

MONDAY, 10.05.21 | 19:30
Pwytho | Pwyllo: gorffennol a dyfodol ffasiwn araf yng Nghymru

Efa Lois discusses the past and future of slow fashion in Wales with Mirain Iwerydd, Sylvia Davies from EtoEto, and Elen Phillips from National Museum Wales, St. Fagans.


TUESDAY, 11.05.21 | 19:30

Do you have a question about the Welsh language or about learning Welsh? Would you like to know more about the history of Welsh in Cardiff or Welsh schools? Join Professor Dylan Foster Evans from Cardiff University and Helen Prosser from the National Centre for Learning Welsh to hear the answers to your questions.

This session will be held via zoom. Follow the simple email registration below to join.

Organised by Learn Welsh

Canolfan Dysgu Cymraeg

WEDNESDAY, 12.05.21 | 19:30
Merched yn Gwneud Miwsig

In this panel we will hear the story of Lily Beau Conway (A&R Consultant and Artist) and Mared Williams (Artist), as they pick some songs that have changed their lives.

Merched yn Gwneud Miwsig (Women Making Music) is a joint project between Maes B and Clwb Ifor Bach. Before the pandemic hit, the project offered music workshops led by some of the leading women in the music scene in Wales. The purpose of these workshops was to provide a space to discuss ideas and foster new skills to encourage more women to step onto the stages of Wales. During 2020, Merched yn Gwneud Miwsig has been creating zines, curated by women in the music industry in Wales and a podcast to document these important stories. 

Organised in partnership between Clwb Ifor Bach & Maes B


THURSDAY, 13.05.21 | 19:30
The Actor and his story

The actor, Andrew Teilo, is a familiar face on Pobol y Cwm. Learn more about the actor and aspiring author and how a series of short stories gained him a MA degree from the School of Welsh, Swansea University. In a discussion with his tutor, Prof. Tudur Hallam, Andrew talks about his creative path towards the world of short stories, and introduces us to a few new characters along the way.

Organised by Academi Hywel Teifi

Andrew Teilo

SATURDAY, 15.05.21

12:45 Mixed & Welsh

Seren Jones is joined by Jalisa Andrews, Gareth Hicks and Mali Ann Rees to discuss their experiences as young, Welsh, and mixed raced individuals in Wales today.
This session is in aid of the Free Siyanda Mngaza Campaign

13:15 Esgusodwch fi?

Esgusodwch fi? (Excuse me?) Are you listening? You better be, because Meilir & Iestyn are about to launch a new podcast.

Tune in to the launch of Wales’ first Welsh language queer podcast.

Esgusodwch Fi

14:15 Labour of Love

What is care? Should parents be paid to stay at home to care for their homes and children? Will the ‘gift’ economy alleviate the market economy? Catrin Ashton, Eluned Gramich and Huw L Williams discuss their contributions towards the Spring edition of O’r Pedwar Gwynt.

Organised by O’r Pedwar Gwynt.

Llafur Cariad

15:15 Hanes Cymry

Who are the Welsh? The first volume on the history of ethnic minorities in the Welsh speaking Wales, Hanes Cymry, will be published by The University Press Wales in June. The author, Dr Simon Brooks from the School of Management, Swansea University, discusses the history of the Welsh language as a multi ethnic language from the days of Magnus Maximus to present day Wales, considering the history of Welsh Gypsies, the Irish in Wales, rural multiethnicity and racism towards black people.

Organised by Academi Hywel Teifi

Hanes Cymru

16:15 Beti a’i phobol

Beti George will be chatting with one of Cardiff’s vibrant young people, Sara Yassine, in this special episode of Beti a’i Phobol (Beti and her People).

Organised by BBC Radio Cymru

Beti a'i Phobol

17:15 Euros o adref

Look forward to EURO 2020 this June with a panel session led by the Football Association of Wales. Find out more about how everyone will be able to make the most of the tournament, from enjoying the matches at home or by taking advantage of opportunities to pick up the game for the first time. This session will leave you excited for a feast of summer football in June.

Organised by FAW

llais- Euros o adref