As the key worker status wanes, Cath Holland reports back from the banalities of her work-from-home job
Cath Holland speaks to artists to see where the lines of passion, creativity and work meet
On their 10th album, The Coral have never sounded so timeless – quite literally
Stepping out of the “drone zone” and into some shimmering pop
Cath Holland questions why domestic violence offenders in the public eye are all too quickly forgotten
Beyond the LFC phenomenon we look at the personality breaking through Jamie Webster's original songwriting
Cath Holland takes a second look at the effects of the pandemic on those living on the breadline.
Cath Holland explores how classic pastoral themes may come to punctuate the inner-city creativity of lockdown.
Cath Holland comments on the totemic nature of records and their ability to hold a scrapbook of experiences deep in the grooves with the music itself.
How does the social impact of the pandemic change for those on the borderline of poverty?
Picking up from Welsh Language Music day, Cath Holland traces the growing popularity of Welsh language music by speaking to those at the heart of its latest resurgence.
Cath Holland explores the physicality and form at the forefront of Beija Flo’s artistry.
Know Your Place anthology writer Cath Holland discusses how the literary industry treats working-class writers