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BBC Radio Wales
Leading Welsh milliner Alison Tod describes which hats are in fashion this summer.
Louise visits 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards at Dempsey Barracks, Sennelager in Germany.
Mal Pope and Lisa Rogers sit in for Jamie and Louise.
Carmarthenshire-born author Allison Pearson talks about her new book set in 1970s Wales.
Boyd Clack talks about the success of British thespians on the theatrical stage.
One of the 'Knights of Royal England' tells Jamie and Louise about the sport of jousting.
Jamie and Louise find out how you can set up a co-operative in your community.
With Madeleine Havard answering wildlife-related questions, and Welsh writer Math Bird.
Chef Bryn Williams tempts the tastebuds with a delicious summer recipe for strawberries.
Jamie and Louise's special guest is 'The Fonz' from Happy Days, actor Henry Winkler.
The Welsh tailor who suited and booted the English football squad.
Chris Swire talks about what it takes to succeed in the food marketplace.
Presented by Jamie Owen.
Jamie Owen and Lisa Rogers meet Amy's dad, Mitch Winehouse.
With the first person to swim across the North Pole, and father and son rugby referees.