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Eclectic music from blues to beats with poetry and live sessions.
Cerys is joined by the author Bettany Hughes to talk about her new book on Istanbul.
Cerys has a live session from the Kolkata dream-pop duo Parekh & Singh.
Cerys is joined by journalist and author Lois Pryce, who talks about her new book.
Max Richter talks about his new release, Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works.
Former Be Good Tanyas Jolie Holland and Samantha Parton perform a live session for Cerys.
Cerys waves goodbye to 2016 by playing a selection of her favourite sessions of the year.
Cerys presents live on Christmas Day with a sackful of seasonal selections.
Cerys is joined by author Andrew Gant to talk about the history of Christmas carols.
Cerys is joined by Max Décharné to talk about his book Vulgar Tongues.
Cerys is joined by author Matt Haig to talk about The Girl Who Saved Christmas.
Radio DJ Johnnie Walker joins Cerys to chat about his career so far.
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez joins Cerys to talk about her cookbook Made In Spain.
Calypso Rose is in session and Anna Beer returns to talk about female composers.
Cerys broadcasts live from Orkney Library as part of the BBC's Love to Read weekend.
Cerys has a live session from Senegalese kora player Diabel Cissokho.
Cerys is joined in the live room by North Dakota's Tom Brosseau.
Cerys has a live session from Korean gayageum player Kyungso Park.
Cerys is joined in the studio by Andrew Burke of the London Sinfonietta.
Cerys is joined by architect James Soane to talk all things concrete and clay.
Cerys's guest is the field-recording and soundscape artist Kate Carr.
The musician and Wag Club founder Chris Sullivan joins Cerys in the studio.
Poet Helen Mort joins Cerys to talk about her recent collection, No Map Could Show Them.