2010s|Prince of Wales – Charles
Princess of Wales – Diana
Secretary of State for Wales – David Hunt
Archbishop of Wales – Alwyn Rice Jones, Bishop of St Asaph
Archdruid of the National Eisteddfod of Wales – Ap Llysor
Wales play England at women's rugby at Cardiff Arms Park for the first time.
9 April - In the UK General Election:
Long-serving Liberal MP Geraint Howells unexpectedly loses the seat of Ceredigion and Pembroke North to Plaid Cymru. He is elevated to the peerage as Baron Geraint of Ponterwyd.
Plaid Cymru's new MP, Cynog Dafis, is helped by an electoral alliance between Plaid and the Wales Green Party.
Nick Ainger wins Pembroke for Labour from the Conservatives.
Merlyn Rees retires from the House of Commons.
Llew Smith replaces the retiring Michael Foot as MP for Blaenau Gwent.
Following his retirement at the election, Sir Geoffrey Howe becomes a life peer as Lord Howe of Aberavon.
13 April - Neil Kinnock resigns after nearly nine years as leader of the Labour Party, having failed for the second successive general election to defeat the Conservative government, although his party has gradually reduced the Conservative majority during that time.
1 May-4 October - The Ebbw Vale Garden Festival, the last garden festival held in the UK.
26 August - Five people are killed in a speedboat accident off Llandudno.
December - One-off stage performance of An Evening with Dylan Thomas takes place to mark the opening of the new AIR Studios.
The Passport Office agrees to process passport applications in the Welsh language.
The Polytechnic of Wales becomes the University of Glamorgan.
The Chwarae Teg organisation is launched to improve work opportunities for women in Wales by assisting with childcare.
Swansea Barrage completed.
A full-time officer for Welsh learners is appointed by the National Eisteddfod of Wales.
The periodical Y Faner ceases publication.
Michael Sheen co-stars with Vanessa Redgrave in When She Danced in the West End.
Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau is established.
National Eisteddfod of Wales (held in Aberystwyth)
National Eisteddfod of Wales: Chair - Idris Reynolds
National Eisteddfod of Wales: Crown - Cyril Jones
National Eisteddfod of Wales: Prose Medal - Robin Llywelyn, Seren Wen Ar Gefndir Gwyn
Gwobr Goffa Daniel Owen -
Wales Book of the Year:
English language: Emyr Humphreys - Bonds of Attachment
Welsh language: Gerallt Lloyd Owen - Cilmeri
Bedwyr Lewis Jones - Yn Ei Elfen
Christopher Meredith - Griffri
Gerallt Lloyd Owen - Cilmeri
Ifor Rees - Bro a Bywyd:13. Aneirin Talfan Davies 1909-1980
M. Wynn Thomas - Morgan Llwyd, ei Gyfeillion a'i Gyfnod
Angharad Tomos - Si Hei Lwli
Michael Ball competes for the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest, finishing second.
Stereophonics formed in Cwmaman.
Manic Street Preachers - Generation Terrorists (album)
Y Cyrff - Mae Ddoe Yn Ddoe (album)
Anthony Hopkins wins the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance in The Silence of the Lambs.
Hopkins and Paul Rhys are among the stars of Chaplin.
Rebecca's Daughters, based on a 1948 screenplay by Dylan Thomas, is filmed in Wales and directed by Karl Francis. Stars include Paul Rhys and Keith Allen.
Hedd Wyn, wins the Royal Television Society's Award for Best Single Drama, BAFTA Cymru Awards in several categories and is the first Welsh language film nominated for an Academy Award.
The first community radio stations in Wales are approved by the Radio Authority: Radio Ceredigion at Aberystwyth and Radio Maldwyn at Newtown.
Merched Lasarus (comedy)
Athletics - Tanni Grey wins four gold medals at the Paralympics in Barcelona.
13 October - Neil Haddock wins the British Super Featherweight boxing championship.
14 November - Robbie Regan wins the European Flyweight boxing championship.
12 December - Nicky Piper loses the World Super Middleweight Boxing title fight in London.
Horse racing - Carl Llewellyn wins the Grand National on "Party Politics"
Football - The League of Wales is launched.
13 January - Adam Matthews, footballer
12 February - Dafydd Carter, footballer
23 February - Daniel Alfei, footballer
15 April - Aaron Wildig, Cardiff City footballer (in Hereford, England)
13 May - Joe Walsh, footballer
27 May - Demi Holborn, singer
10 June - Lee Lucas, footballer
24 June - Sam Harrison, racing cyclist
5 July - Dan Baker, rugby player
7 July - Ben Jones, footballer
19 July - Aled Davies, rugby player
22 July - Reece Jones, Welsh international footballer (in Chessington, England)
25 July - Jonathan Evans, rugby player
12 October - Kyron Duke, powerlifter and field athlete
27 January - Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, actress, 101
4 February - Alan Davies, footballer, 30
18 March - Jack Kelsey, footballer, 62
18 March - Gruffydd Evans, Baron Evans of Claughton, solicitor and politician, 64
28 April - Elfed Davies, Baron Davies of Penrhys, politician, 78
14 July - Gwyn Davies, rugby player, 84
22 August - David Tecwyn Lloyd, author, 77
28 August - Bedwyr Lewis Jones, writer and scholar, 58
6 September - Mervyn Johns, actor, 93
19 September - Sir Geraint Evans, opera singer, 70
20 October - Brian Badcoe, actor
23 December - Cyril Walters, cricketer, 87
26 December - Edmund Davies, Baron Edmund-Davies, judge, 86
1992 in Wales Wikipedia
This article is about the particular significance of the year 1992 to Wales and its people.