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Roy Noble talks to former Welsh guardsman Stan Evans.
Music, guests and chat for Sunday, plus listener requests in Roy's Golden Postbag.
Roy Noble chats to Dean Powell, honorary archivist of Treorchy Male Choir.
Roy previews the Narberth A Capella Voice Festival.
Roy celebrates the centenary of the Wrens with the Association of Wrens' Celia Saywell.
Roy Noble revisits some of the people and stories featured on the programme in 2016.
Roy Noble presents wonderful Christmas classics, carols and festive songs.
Roy talks to performer Ross Leadbeater about his love of the Golden Age of Song.
Roy Noble talks to Christmas tree grower Stephen Reynolds.
Jenni Crane from Pontypool talks about tracing the original owner of an old suitcase.
Roy Noble talks to Antony Metcalfe of the Poppy Appeal in Wales.
Roy chats to Lyndsy Spence about her a biography of British actress Margaret Lockwood.
Roy talks to Sam Knight, a Merthyr Express reporter at the time of the Aberfan disaster.
Great songs from the Golden Age of Music from the 20s to the 50s, including your requests.
Roy Noble is joined by mountaineer Chris Bonnington ahead of his one-man show.
Roy Noble marks the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War.
Roy special guests are Irish folk legends Foster and Allen.
Roy talks to Beverley Humphreys about next Saturday's Proms in the Park in Colwyn Bay.
Roy plays music from the golden age of 30's, 40's and 50's.
Roy Noble chats to Mavis Nicholson, the first female chat show host on British television.
Roy Noble is joined by budding opera star Mari Wyn Williams.
Roy Noble talks to jazz singer Tina May, one of the headliners at the Brecon Jazz Festival
Roy meets Welsh-Italian writer Giancarlo Gemin and cyclist Bob Fannin.
Roy catches up with the Welshman on a mission to play all 94 cathedral organs in the UK.