Join Roy Noble and the team for great music and conversation.
BBC Radio Wales
Roy chats to Denbighshire boy Mark Evans, dazzling the West End in the hit show 'Wicked'.
Join Roy in celebrating Swansea's most famous son with the annual Dylan Thomas Festival.
Roy chats to presenter and mountaineer Paul Rose about his forty years exploring the world
A look at this week's Strictly and Peter Hall's production of Animal Farm in Mold.
Join Roy and the team for great music and conversation with singer-songwriter Al Lewis.
Join Roy and the team for music and conversation, plus Welsh comic export Rob Brydon.
"Whitstable Mum in custard shortage!" - Joel Rickett shares his favourite local headlines.
Live from the Myfanwy Theatre, Merthyr Tydfil College.
Roy Noble meets the Russian choir currently touring Wales.
Welsh single of the week artist, Phil James of Bridgend, performs live in studio.
Phil Carradice looks at some of Merthyr Tydfil's historical moments.
Writer Nigel Crowle has advice for budding novelists on how to land that elusive book deal
Trudi Gatland - wife of Wales rugby coach Warren - talks to Roy.
Roy meets a women's choir from Zambia which is in Wales to give a series of concerts.
Pembrokeshire National Park Ranger Ian Meopham tells Roy about seal pups.
Roy's guests include Frankie and Rochelle, from chart-topping girl group The Saturdays.
With linguistics expert David Crystal and former boxer Jeff Burns.