Gearing up for a summer of activity
Editor, BBC Radio Wales
BBC Radio Wales editor Steve Austins is on holiday this week, so assistant editor Kerry McGeever gives her Radio Wales highlights for the week ahead.
Here on Radio Wales we're gearing up for our own summer of activity. With no holds barred. Quite literally. See later.
To kick off this feast of rhinitis and ruptured backs, we head first to Radio Wales Sport - who are running a great series of big interviews.
On last Friday's show: Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson on the one sport she doesn't mind losing at; former Cardiff City striker Nathan Blake on the punishment handed down to Luis Suárez, and racism in today's beautiful game; triathlon world champion Helen Jenkins counts down to Glasgow 2014; and former Glamorgan batsman Mike Powell compares his rib to a goldfish.
Check out the podcast for this show and previous ones: bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/rws.
For more invigorating outdoor doings, you can see how County Focus got on behind the scenes of the Royal Welsh Show – coming to a field near Builth Wells at the end of the month.
And if the sight of a well-built man being floored by a trim woman is more your bag, then don't miss this funny video clip of a tenor you may have heard of:
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Plus, there's a Wynne's-eye-view cam video of the session too.
Wynne's Big Welsh Weekend will be coming from the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod on Friday afternoon, a truly great festival that runs from Tuesday to Saturday.
Plus this week's artist of the week are our much-loved Zervas & Pepper - with their new single These Blurred Lines, which is released on 12 July.
Their last album Lifebringer was nominated for the 2012-13 Welsh Music Prize. And later in July – on the 21st - they're headlining a show at The Welsh Proms at St Davids Hall.