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Trouble in paradise: The Dutch golden age article icon

History & The Arts

Trouble in paradise: The Dutch golden age

Dr Dan Taylor looks at troubles the Netherlands faced due to religious divisions and how this nearly led to the collapse of one of the wealthiest countries in the world.

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Arddangosfa Blaenau Gwent REACH

Arddangosfa ar-lein yn dathlu pobl a straeon Blaenau Gwent yn ne-ddwyrain Cymru.

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Blaenau Gwent REACH

An online exhibition celebrating the people and stories of Blaenau Gwent in south east Wales.

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Hanes Blaenau Gwent

Datblygwyd y ddwy astudiaeth hyn o hanes Blaenau Gwent gan gyfranogwyr mewn cyfres o weithdai hanes a gynhaliwyd gan brosiect BG REACH yng Nghanolfan Gymunedol Aberbîg yn ystod gwanwyn 2020.

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The history of Blaenau Gwent

These two studies of the history of Blaenau Gwent were developed by participants in a series of history workshops run by the BG REACH project at Aberbeeg Community Centre in the spring of 2020.

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Listening for form in popular music

This free course, Listening for form in popular music, explores form, or how music is organised in time. It looks at three strategies for communicating form – through the use of specialist terms (such as ‘chorus’ and ‘bridge’), alphabetic designations (for example AABA), and visual diagrams. It also considers how the form of a song works with ...

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10 hrs
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World-Changing Women: Cynisca

Spartan females had much more freedom than other women in the ancient world; this allowed Cynisca of Sparta to win the Olympics twice. Find out more about her victories here...

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The Olympic torch: the truth

We delve into the real history behind the Olympic torch - including its Nazi origins 

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The life of Mama Elouise Edwards

From her birth in Georgetown, British Guiana, to her MBE for services to the Manchester community, this article explores the extraordinary life of Mama Elouise Edwards...

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Raymond Williams a Leonardo Sciascia: Cofio bywydau a gwaddolion

Roedd Raymond Williams a Leonardo Sciascia, y ganwyd y ddau yn 1921, yn ysgolheigion, yn nofelwyr ac yn feirniaid nodedig. Mae Geoff Andrews yn ystyried eu bywydau a'u gwaddolion yn yr erthygl hon.

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Euro 2020

The UEFA European Championships conclude at Wembley on 11 July. In between the knock-out games, check out the expert insights and free sport courses in our Euro 2020 hub.

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The Tulsa Race Massacre

The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 saw between 39-300 people killed and 10,000 African Americans made homeless after two days of state violence. So why have we only begun to hear about this recently? Dr David Scott explores.

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