The fury over English views of the Welsh and Welsh views of the English, the huge gap between aspiration and achievement when it comes to erecting buildings or playing rugby, political jealousies, and the private nature of modern Wales is explored.
Patrick Hannan is a writer, broadcaster and journalist. During his career he has been Industrial Editor of The Western Mail and for thirteen years he was the BBC's Welsh Political Correspondent. As a television producer he has made documentaries for BBC2, BBC Wales and HTV. For many years he has been a regular writer and presenter for Radio 4. He has been a newspaper columnist and has contributed to a wide variety of publications as well as being the editor of two books on broadcasting in Wales.