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Mal Pope sits in for Jamie and Louise, live from the Dinefwr Literature Festival.
BBC Radio Wales
Mal Pope meets one of only four people from Wales who will officiate at the Olympic Games.
Gardening guru Ann Waters answers questions, and Mal Pope meets middle-aged rockers.
Welsh rhythmic gymnast Frankie Jones gives Mal Pope an insight into her preparations.
Mal Pope takes the chair and meets Indian chef Anand George and action man Charley Boorman
Allotment guru Terry Walton joins Louise and answers listeners' gardening questions.
Join Jamie and Louise for music and chat, advice, celebrity guests and your calls.
Exploring prostate cancer, the most common cancer in men across the UK.
Louise discusses the impact cancer has on children, and chats to author Geraint Anderson.
Louise finds out about the Aberystwyth chickens that are tuned in to Radio Wales!
Louise presents advice on flooding, and a professor explains our common fear of spiders.
Join Jamie and Louise with guests, West End stars Owain Arthur and Jodie Prenger.
Rav Wilding talks about the new series of The Crimewatch Roadshow.
Pensions consultant Malcolm Maclean looks at the changing regulations.
Terry Walton answers your questions in the allotment phone-in.
Jamie and Louise on the news Cardiff City are changing their team colours from blue to red
Gum disease, obesity and fleas, all under discussion in our pets phone-in.
Join Jamie and Louise for all the hits and headlines from more Jubilee Journeys.
Jamie and Louise replay the hits and headlines from 60 years of Queen Elizabeth II's reign
Jamie and Louise talk to Ray Burgess from the Welsh Spitfire Museum, Haverfordwest.