An excellent site containing short lessons, quizzes
and sound files which learners can work through in pretty
much any order. Also has a load of useful links in the web guide.
BBC Cymru - Bitesize TGAU
Revision help for the Welsh as a second language
and Cymraeg TGAU (GCSE) courses.
Harry Campbell's gwybodiadur
Short of links to visit? You won't be after you visit
Gwybodiadur: Welsh Dictionaries
A list of miscellaneous online Welsh dictionaries and glossaries.
Twenty or so links to Welsh language sites; an anthology.
A concise comparison of words between English, Welsh, Cornish,
Bretonish, and Gaelic.
Groups and Societies
"Chwiliwyd y we am 'cwl iawn'. Canlyniadau 1 - 9 o tua 10.
Amser a gymrodd y chwilio: 0.08 eiliad."
New web site that's been created by the owners of the
Yahoo list of the same name.
Archives of Welsh-Termau-Cymraeg
"Discussion of Welsh language technical terminology and
World of Wenglish
"Croeso i'r World of Wenglish. Come a join yn y fun, a sgwrsio
with pobl eraill. Mae'n great."
The Chicago Tafia Welsh Society
"Whether you've emigrated from Wales [...], are from the UK or
a Celtic nation, or are of Welsh descent and are interested in becoming
involved, we welcome you, your ideas, and anything you believe you can
Mark Nodine's Lexicon
A very useful online searchable English-Welsh/Welsh-English
dictionary. Not 100% complete, but amazingly useful nonetheless!
Online rhyming dictionary
Never be lost for a rhyme in Welsh again.
TERCAW: TERmau Cyfrifiadureg Ar y We
Places to Practice
Computing Terms on the Web
Nick Davies vents his spleen... The original Welsh weblog.
BBC Cymru'r Byd
The latest news, weather, tv and loads more. You can also
listen to the news in Welsh.
Useful for checking out what's coming up on both
channels (terrestrial and digital) and catching up on TV you've missed.
The Welsh newspaper.
"Beth sy'n digwydd yn Llundain?" A diary of events in London,
The website of an independently produced Welsh language magazine.
Welsh Bands Weekly
Sister site to CMC, this temporary site provides up
to the minute news on what's happening in the WBW world
with a recent exclusive from the Super Furry Animals
it's one to watch.
New gig listing web site which tells you exactly who's
playing where. Invaluable.
A Welsh music weblog.
Welsh Traditional Music
"This site is designed to act as one of the online homes of Welsh
Traddodiadau Cerdd Cymru
Other Music Sites
Links and email addresses of various Welsh traditional musicians.
"Ballads, Ditties, Folksongs and Hymns of Wales; Sorted by first
line of lyric and title, with title in italics."
radioacen.fm > nawr
Bands And Their Work
Now playing on Radio Acen...
Ganthrig Bwt (Harker & Meurig)
"Tales and songs from Wales and beyond, accompanied by traditional
Welsh music on fiddle and crwth. An original and lively production guaranteed
to charm audiences of all kinds - adults or children."
"Often portrayed as post-tonal dronedelic psych-pop noiseniks,
Ectogram create music that on first acquaintance appears to conjure up
the sound of flowers bursting into bloom, the smell of freshly ground
coffee and the feeling of angels walking over graves all at once."
For discussions of Ectogram.
All About Afan
"Named after a river, Welsh medieval lordship and saint (no
relation), Afan perform a mixture of the traditional folk music and
dance of Wales, Scotland, Ireland, North America and Northern Europe."
Brenhines y Brwyn, by Afan
Album from this Arizona-based group.
Côr Cymry - Sound Clip Index
Sound clips of an American Welsh Choir (or is that
"Welsh American Choir"?).
"Absolutely everything, from Celtic Music, Irish and Welsh to
traditional songs, pop, reggae, rock, 60s, 70s, even Ceihliegh dances."
Siân Phillips & Danny KilBride
"Wales's Premier Folk Fiddle and Guitar Duo."
Carreg Lafar (Echo Stone)
"One of the bands at the forefront of the Welsh
traditional music scene."
ffynnon: Celtic Music from Wales
"A Celtic folk group from Wales, [who] perform songs deeply rooted
in the rhythms, traditions and landscapes of the Celtic tradition."
Baggyrinkle: Swansea Shantymen
"Baggyrinkle sing in three-part harmony with some of the songs
accompanied by the concertina and their programme complemented by the
occasional instrumental piece."
"Beth yw yr gair am 'hippie' yn Gymraeg?"