Jason Mohammad presents extraordinary stories, great music and topical discussion.
Jason talks to Rowena Kincaid ahead of a documentary on her battle with cancer.
The original Stig on the new Top Gear presenting line-up, announced earlier today.
Jason talks to comedian Dave Chawner, who has shared his experiences of anorexia on stage.
Jason hears about a row over proposed changes to school catchment areas in Cardiff.
Dafydd Roberts, who was attacked by a man with a meat cleaver, talks about his recovery.
Jason and guests discuss people's shopping habits.
Jason is joined by David Bellis from Prestatyn, whose selfie won him a £2000 holiday.
Jason talks to Lisa Hartley, the new manager of the Quadrant Shopping Centre in Swansea.
Matthew Pritchard of Dirty Sanchez fame talks about his upcoming 30 day triathlon.
Jason hosts the Great Quiz Break Giveaway for the last programme in the series.
Jason hears about the residents of Waterloo who are trying to tackle speeding drivers.
Advice on looking for jobs, retraining, writing a CV and impressing in an interview.
Jason Mohammad discusses hoarding disorder with director of Hoarding UK Megan Karnes.
Jason asks whether it is fair to ask people over 75 to pay for their TV licence.
Jason reflects on past moments at the Millennium Stadium as it prepares to change its name
The Cardiff Half Marathon organisers exclusively announce Mo Farah will run the 2016 event
Jason discusses reports of rats gaining access to people's homes in Carmarthenshire.
Dot Davies sits in for Jason and is joined by the adventurer Elin Haf Davies from Bala.
Jason Mohammad is joined by secretary of state for Wales and MP for Preseli Stephen Crabb.
Dot Davies sits in for Jason Mohammad and looks ahead to Tim Peake's spacewalk.
Dot Davies sits in for Jason with great music, conversation and Quiz Break.
Dot Davies sits in for Jason and asks if listeners would sign up for parenting lessons.
Dot Davies sits in for Jason Mohammad and talks to Mair Roberts from Wrexham.
Jason looks ahead to the Welsh Grand National, which takes place on Saturday at Chepstow.
Jason finds out from the London Welsh Centre how people are reconnecting with Welsh roots.
Lembit Opik talks to Jason about plans to have cosmetic surgery on his face.