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Editors' Note / Nodyn Golygyddion

Editors' Note: September 2012 edition

(September 01, 2012)

Welcome to the Autumn 2012 edition of cylchgrawn Cymru Culture magazine.

This quarter's articles, the previous quarter's and all interviews with artists and designers are linked on the frontpage.

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September 2012 articles/Erthyglau Medi 2012

Leanne Wood AC AM
Bae watch; by Leanne Wood AC/AM

Leanne reflects on a summer filled with the Royal Welsh, the National Eisteddfod and 'Offa's Gap'


Scientists of Wales; the Swansea-CERN connection

Continuing his
series on Welsh scientists, Dr Neville Evans looks at Lyn Evans' achievements at CERN

Claire Jones
Claire Jones: The Girl with the Golden Harp

A busy month for the talented harpist includes the release of her a new album and her marriage

Portrait of the author

Welsh women and the law
(part II)

Part II of his article on women's rights, Rob Wade examines women's struggle for representation


Fashion Week Wales, from Robyn Coles

All the latest on the inaugural Fashion Week Wales


Eden Park
Dave Snowden: Life, work, rugby

Rugby 2012, northern and southern hemispheres, and its importance to a sense of community

Cardiff City; preview 2012/13, by Abigail Davies

Cardiff City - a realistic prospect for promotion to the Premier League?

Llangollen - Opening ceremony
Llangollen: where Wales welcomes the world

Looking back at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod 2012

Winning Welsh team with sponsors
Day in the Life of Viv

Summer rain, polo and Miss Universe Wales make me feel fine ...

Taming the drew? Graffiti as art

Vandalism; political dissent; street art - Jennifer Pearce looks at the evolution of graffiti

Boyd Clack (Photo- Ben Hussain)
The snows of yesteryear

Poignant poetry from Boyd Clack, modern Welsh renaissence man

The Rose, Aimee Taylor
With Reference To ...

Aimee Taylor previews Cardiff Drawing Group's autumn exhibition

WNO lorry at WMC - photo Neil Bennett
Opera for children, from the Welsh National Opera

The WNO on bringing opera to babies and todlers in North Wales

Eisteddfod 2012

Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru/ National Eisteddfod of Wales

A week on the Maes at Llandow, Bro Morgannwg, 2012, from Ben Palit

Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

Nothing Like Something Happens Anywhere

Jennifer Pearce reviews Chapter Arts Centre's exhibition - on to 2 September 2012


Interview with photographer Paulette Hurley

Some fabulous images of Pembrokeshire and beyond 


Canolfan Soar

Theatr Soar, Merthyr Tudful

From chapel to theatre; a wonderful Grade II listed conversion in the heart of Merthyr

WNO Rodolfo (Alex Vicens) Credit Catherine AshmoreFive myths about opera, from Welsh National Opera

If you haven't been to watch opera before ... what's stopping you?

Enjoy/Mwynhewch ...

Claire Meredith
Dai Barnaby


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