People and genres index
On these pages you can access the complete list of profiles, interviews, features and archive material across the Wales Arts site.
Last updated: 18 November 2008
- Gareth David-Lloyd
- Gary Owen
- Gillian Clarke
- Glossary of early Welsh literature terms
- Graham Sutherland
- Griff Rhys Jones
- Gwen John
- Gwyneth Lewis
- Industry in Welsh film
- Introduction to early Welsh literature
- Ioan Gruffudd
- Ioan Gruffudd biography
- Ioan Gruffudd interview: Another Life
- Ioan Gruffudd interview: Fantastic Four
- Ioan Gruffudd interview: King Arthur
- Ivor Davies
- Ivor Emmanuel
- Ivor Novello
- Ivor Novello biography
- Ivor The Engine
- Iwan Rheon
- James Hawes
- Jan Morris
- Jasper Fforde
- Jeff Banks
- Joanna Page
- John Elwyn
- John Rhys-Davies
- Jonathan Pryce
- Josef Herman
- Julian Lewis Jones
- Julien Macdonald
Explore the life and times of one of Wales' best-known writers.
The former Python who's turned his hand to writing, directing and acting.
A titan of 20th century cinema, equally known for his turbulent private life.
TV & Radio Programmes
25 Nov 2013 18:30–19:00BBC Radio FoyleMarie-Louise Muir visits HMP Magilligan to learn how art can help rehabilitate prisoners.
25 Nov 2013 18:30–19:00BBC Radio UlsterMarie-Louise Muir visits HMP Magilligan to learn how art can help rehabilitate prisoners.
25 Nov 2013 19:00–19:30BBC OneEsther Rantzen presents a look back at That's Life, the TV show launched 40 years ago.
25 Nov 2013 19:15–19:45BBC Radio 4Arts news with Mark Lawson, including an interview with violinist Janine Jansen.
7 days left to listenScottish singer-songwriter Horse MacDonald chats to Janice and performs live.
7 days left to listenA Mahogany Opera production of The Prodigal Son, the last of Britten's Church Parables.
7 days left to listenGrassroots news, views, issues and culture from across the North West community.
Michael Grade, Bill Bailey, Colman Domingo, Josie Long, Nikki Bedi, Local Natives, Chloe Charles7 days left to listenClive Anderson is joined by Bill Bailey, Michael Grade, Colman Domingo and Josie Long.