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Nicola Heywood Thomas previews the best of the Welsh contemporary arts scene.
Theatre and film director Michael Bogdanov discusses The Romans in Britain.
Nicola Heywood Thomas discusses WNO's Le Vin herbe, based on the Tristan and Isolde tale.
Nicola Heywood Thomas hears about contemporary dance from National Dance Company Wales.
Actor Daniel Llewelyn Williams talks about his one-man show, A Regular Little Houdini.
Jeany Spark talks about starring in Skylight at Theatr Clwyd, plus WNO's new season.
Music from Ensemble 1677, plus mezzo soprano Sioned Gwen Davies and Enough Is Enough.
Nicola Heywood Thomas hears about a production of Macbeth to be broadcast live in Wales.
Nicola Heywood Thomas takes a look at some new productions and collaborations for 2017.
A Radio Wales Arts show special celebrating the successful screenwriter's 80th birthday.
George Stiles and Anthony Drewe talk about writing songs for the Mary Poppins musical.
Director Sean Mathias and actor Owen Teale talk about Harold Pinter's No Man's Land.
Welsh National Opera talk about Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate at the Wales Millennium Centre
Chris Stuart interviews Jan Morris about her life to mark her ninetieth birthday.
Professional storyteller Cath Little sings a seasonal wassail live on the show.
Nicola Heywood Thomas hears about the Welsh Mental Health Arts Festival.
Violinist Thomas Zehetmair plays live ahead of the Daphnis et Chloe concert.
Pianist Iwan LLewelyn-Jones marks Guy Fawkes Night with a fire-inspired recital.
Royal harpist Anne Denholm from Wales talks about her collaboration with Ensemble Cymru.
The National Library of Wales commemorates lives lost at Aberfan with two exhibitions.
Nicola Heywood Thomas speaks to Bernard Kane about his Concert of the Unexpected.
Poetry and verse created by community projects in South Wales.
With Xian Zhang, principal guest conductor of BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales.
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks to playwright Neil Docking about The Revlon Girl.
Charles Williams goes on a personal journey through Roald Dahl's life and work.
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks to American soprano Mary Elizabeth Williams.
Gary Slaymaker visits the Cardiff Fantasy Centre, Wales's oldest independent comic shop.
Nicola Heywood Thomas celebrates the fortieth anniversary of National Youth Theatre Wales.
Nicola Heywood Thomas previews Cape Town Opera's musical tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks to people involved with RawFfest.