JPR Williams explains why we should be using wood fuel to heat our homes.
BBC Radio Wales
Jamie and Louise find out who are better at parking cars - men or women.
Jamie and Louise at Hoddinott Hall in Cardiff Bay with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Jamie and Louise hear how teenagers in Neath Port Talbot save for their financial future.
John Campbell plays the bagpipes in honour of Burns Night.
Jamie and Louise chat with Debbie Roberts who is taking the steps to gender reassignment.
Jamie and Louise find out why diabetes has become the 21st century's health time bomb.
Barry Norman's top 100 films, child behaviour expert Nicola Morgan, and Golden Year hits.
With Jamie and Louise today is Professor Brian Cox, currently on BBC2's Stargazing Live.
Join Jamie and Louise for music and chat, plus the allotment phone-in with Terry Walton.
Jamie and Louise have advice on how to deal with fuel debt and stay warm at the same time.
Jamie and Louise's guests today include Welsh footballer and Strictly star Robbie Savage.
Live magic with Stuart Watkins, plus comic Elis James on new series 'Pantheon of Heroes'.
Join Jamie and Louise for music, chat and advice on a healthy body and a healthy mind.
Jamie and Louise host the regular property phone-in. Email to email@example.com.
Seasonal Welsh food with chef Bryn Williams. Plus, the life and music of Rod Stewart.
Music, advice and guests, including Ardie Collins, who wrote a song every day in 2011.
Mal Pope sits in for Jamie and Louise and delves into dreams with analyst Ian Wallace.
Mal Pope sits in for Jamie and Louise, exploring what's involved in emigrating to the sun.
Mal Pope sits in for Jamie and Louise, plus travel expert Simon Calder helps plan 2012.
Louise talks to Tom Morgan, a Tenby born singer hoping to represent Finland in Eurovision.
Louise chooses some of her favourite interviews from 2011.