Roy welcomes Hay Festival founder Peter Florence, plus live music from Jay James Picton.
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Roy's guest is Wendy Sadler from Science Made Simple. The Jubilee Journey reaches 2007.
Roy is in Connah's Quay as the Olympic Torch Relay continues its journey around Wales.
Roy is live from Caernarfon as the Olympic Torch Relay continues its journey around Wales.
Roy is at Newport Riverfront Theatre as the Olympic Torch Relay continues its journey.
Join Roy Noble and the team for great music and conversation.
Join Roy Noble and team for great music and conversation, plus Roy has a big announcement.
Roy Noble finds out about a play and Phil Carradice looks at the Battle of the Atlantic.
Award-winning children's author, Jenny Sullivan, tells Roy about her latest prize.
Sir Tom Jones joins Roy Noble this afternoon for a chat about his career and The Voice.
Roy chats to the sports writer who will follow the Olympic Torch on its entire journey.
Celebrated actress Felicity Kendal discovers India's long love affair with Shakespeare.
Author Graham Roberts uncovers the role Colwyn Bay played in World War II.
Lleucu Siencyn talks about candidates in this year's Wales Book of the Year Award.
John McNally, founder of 60 band the Searchers, joins Roy to discuss their new tour.
Roy meets 'My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding' star Paddy Doherty to talk about life as a traveller.
With photographer Paul White, who has been capturing ruined mansions on film.
Toes are a-tapping as Roy marks the Butetown Jazz Festival with singer Patti Flynn.
Pupils from Rogerstone School talk about the radio station that they have set up.
Roy meets the drummer from Cardiff who provides accompaniment to the singers on The Voice.
Roy's guests are Kristina Rihanoff and Robin Windsor of Strictly fame, and Bernie Nolan.