Music and chat with Roy and guests.
Welsh Rugby Union's music director and conductor Haydn James joins Roy.
Roy Noble finds out about historic sites linked with the legend of Santes Dwynwen.
Roy celebrates the 175th anniversary of the birth of Ivor Novello.
Roy learns about the history of Kidwelly in Carmarthenshire.
Colin Thomas discusses the history of the Welsh in America.
Roy's guests include the Tongwynlais Temperance Band and actor Kieron Self.
Roy chats to author and broadcaster Mari Griffith about her new novel.
Roy's guests include Dr Elin Jones and Horrible Historian Terry Deary.
Roy is joined by Glanaethwy Junior Choir conductor Rhian Roberts.
Roy Noble chats to Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins about new album Home Sweet Home.
Roy Noble talks to writer Hywel Gwynfryn about the Ryan and Ronnie double act.
Roy is joined by Dame Vera Lynn, who sings We'll Meet Again with the Fron Choir.
Roy chats to a man who made a BBC recording of Dylan Thomas in 1953.
Roy Noble broadcasts live from HMS Somerset as part of the launch of the 2014 Poppy Appeal
Roy is joined by Welsh composer Paul Maelor and author Gethin Russell-Jones.
Roy's guests include singers Paul Potts and Jeff Hooper.
Alan Thompson sits in for Roy Noble with music and special guest Andy Fairweather Low.
Roy is joined by author Ken Follett and musical theatre star Elaine Paige.
Roy Noble's guests include a 82-year-old pensioner preparing to do a parachute jump.
Roy chats to 23-year-old adventurer Ash Dykes from Old Colwyn.
Roy Noble celebrates the seaside pier.
Live from Langemark, Roy Noble marks the unveiling of the Welsh memorial in Flanders.
Roy chats to bestselling crime novelist Wonny Lea.
Why is a traditional piece of Welsh furniture centre stage at the National Eisteddfod?
Artist-in-residence at Brecon Jazz, Huw Warren, and cyclist Nigel Thomas join Roy.
Roy is joined by Welsh weightlifter Steph Owens.