In the lead up to, and following, the publication of John Jenkins: The Reluctant Revolutionary?, and the anniversary of the Investiture of Charles Windsor as Prince of Wales in July 1969, there has been press coverage (both in print and online site/coverage) from: Wrexham Leader; Mail on Sunday; Brecon and Radnor Express; County Times; Glowg; Cymru Fyw. If you Google the book (John Jenkins: The Reluctant Revolutionary?) they are listed.
I have given interviews about Welsh militancy to a number of newspapers and publications, including the New Statesman, which contacted me in relation to a feature it ran on the Investiture protest, as principally undertaken by Mudiad Amddiffyn Cymru.
The winter 2010 and the spring/summer 2011 editions of Cambria Magazine, include a feature I wrote entitled: ‘Warning from History: The 1969 Investiture and militancy’. Areas addressed include the protest’s attempts to highlight, to a global audience, the tensions in Wales over the question of nationalism and unionism.
The winter 2013 and spring 2014 editions of Cambria Magazine, include a feature I wrote entitled: ‘Wales is a part of our country’. It addresses the Tryweryn Reservoir Bill’s judicial journey and its impact on those directly affected.
Cymru Culture – A feature I wrote, serialised on-line over four parts, which addresses the anti-investiture protest.