Dot Davies sits in for Jason with music, chat and Quiz Break.
BBC Radio Wales
Jason Mohammad hosts great music, conversation and daily competition Quiz Break.
Hear from Saffron Tinnuche, who overcame tragedy to get her dream job as a Butlins Redcoat
Jason Mohammad looks at how the chancellor's Autumn Statement will affect listeners.
Jason asks whether opening empty buildings is the solution to homelessness in Wales.
Jason is joined by leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies, who takes calls.
Jason is joined by Buckets Blakes and Zeus McClurkin from the Harlem Globetrotters.
Former Wales rugby player Ian Gough discusses the highs and lows of Welsh rugby.
Jason is joined by a panel of experts to answer listeners' questions about diabetes.
Jason is joined by Nathan Gill, Ukip's leader in Wales, who takes listeners' calls.
Jason presents the show in some heroic costumes & plays your requests in Jason's Jukebox.
Jason is joined by Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood, who takes listeners' questions.
Jason discusses living with a disability in Wales in 2015.
Jason discusses whether starting lessons at lunchtime produces more successful pupils.
Jason talks to Welsh rugby referee Nigel Owens.
Jason talks to Abeer Jones, who wants to rescue her mum from Syria. Plus comic Adil Ray.
Jobs, the economy, transport - listeners put their questions to the First Minister.