Eclectic music from blues to beats with poetry and live sessions.
Cerys Matthews presents live from Womad and shares an array of live music.
Cerys has live music from Radio 2 Folk Award-winners Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker.
Cerys Matthews plays eclectic music with a marine theme as it is Sea Sunday.
Cerys shares more eclectic music with a nostalgic focus on top television theme tunes.
Cerys hears the amazing tale of Sophia Duleep Singh and celebrates the Antarctic midwinter
Cerys has live music from Northern Irish musician Malojian.
Cerys is joined by Liz Berry, whose award-winning poems celebrate the Black Country.
Fatoumata Diawara and Roberto Fonseca play live, plus the poetry of Thomas Hardy.
Cerys Matthews is joined by poets Michael & Adam Horovitz.
Cerys Matthews has a session from Brazilian singer Flavia Coelho.
Cerys Matthews plays eclectic music from blues to beats.
Cerys marks the 150th anniversary of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Cerys meets bassist and composer Kyle Eastwood and celebrates pianist Mike Garson.
Nick Gold talks about Buena Vista Social Club, plus Tom Brosseau is in session.
The Irish ambassador to the UK recites some WB Yeats and Gulp are live in session.
Cerys plays Easter-themed tunes and finds out about the La Linea festival of Latin music.
Cerys Matthews is joined by author Gareth Murphy, who talks about his latest book.
Cerys Matthews is joined by musician, producer and Roxy Music guitarist Phil Manzanera.
Cerys celebrates magnificent matriarchs and chats to John Renbourn and Wizz Jones.
Cerys Matthews with a three-hour sonic cocktail to mark International Women's Day.
Cerys Matthews is joined by Mick Houghton, who talks about his book about Sandy Denny.
Cerys Matthews brings you eclectic music from blues to beats.
Cerys Matthews is joined by Dr Alun Withey, who talks about grooming habits of old.
Cerys Matthews brings you eclectic music with a bit of an Italian flavour.
Cerys celebrates poet Robert Burns and Professor Longhair, the 'Picasso of Keyboard Funk'.
Cerys Matthews is joined by folk music songwriter Bonnie Dobson, ahead of her UK tour.
Cerys is joined by Julian Lloyd Webber to chat about his love of Buddy Holly.
Journalist John Robb joins Cerys Matthews to discuss revolutionary songs.