Nicola Heywood Thomas presents the weekly review of Wales's thriving arts scene.
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks to poet Paul Henry about the communities of north Wales.
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks to Iestyn Morris about his title role in Peter Pan.
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks to Welsh photographer Chalkie Davies about his career.
Nicola Heywood Thomas and guests discuss the art of writing for the theatre.
Actors Donna Edwards and Nicola Reynolds talk about their roles in a all-female play.
Two factual dramas and a fairy tale with a contemporary twist.
Nicola Heywood Thomas discovers how singing and music can help those with dementia.
Nicola Heywood Thomas is joined by artists and a poet to discuss their own work.
Nicola Heywood Thomas visits Swansea City Opera, who aim to make opera accessible to all.
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks about writing and poetry with established and new writers.
Nicola Heywood Thomas meets a variety of artists who work in very different mediums.
Nicola Heywood Thomas meets Gavin and Stacey actor Melanie Walters to discuss High Tide.
Nicola Heywood Thomas explores grass-roots creativity with artists from across Wales.
Nicola Heywood Thomas looks at international theatre, dance and music acts in Wales.
Nicola Heywood Thomas discusses a new play about former Welsh rugby player Gareth Thomas.
The Chorus of Welsh National Opera discuss taking to the stage with soprano Lesley Garrett
Nicola Heywood Thomas meets a Pontypool-based competition-winning film-maker.
Featuring harpist Shelley Fairplay, who teaches people to play the harp in a day.
Featuring three theatre directors working on three very different productions.
Rachel Trezise explores Caradoc Evans's controversial collection of rural tales My People.
Nicola Heywood Thomas presents a look back at the past twelve months.
Nicola Heywood Thomas on Private Frank Richards's WWI memoir Old Soldiers Never Die.
Huw Jenkins talks to those involved in the £4.3 million regeneration of Blaenau Ffestiniog
Poet and playwright Patrick Jones discusses his new musical based on the Chartist movement
Nicola Heywood Thomas explores personal stories transformed into theatrical productions.
Nicola Heywood Thomas explores how music and dance play a part in commemorating the dead.
Comedy greats in Bangor, and the UK's largest contemporary art prize.