Jason Mohammad hosts great music, conversation and daily competition Quiz Break.
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.
Jamie Owen sits in for Jason and discusses a company paying people to 'wear-in' new jeans.
Jamie Owen sits in for Jason Mohammad and talks to chef Michel Roux Jr.
Jamie Owen sits in for Jason Mohammad and chats to Olympic cyclist Geraint Thomas.
Jamie Owen sits in for Jason Mohammad. Is it cruel to cull grey squirrels to save the red?
Jamie Owen sits in for Jason.
Jason talks to the vigilante who has started patrolling the streets of Denbigh at night.
Jason is joined by Shaun Stocker, who lost his legs and his sight after stepping on an IED
Jason's guests explain how to set up your own business for Advice Wednesday.
Jason finds out why Cardiff might introduce an annual car-free day in the city.
Paul Flynn, MP for Newport West, discusses why he wants cannabis decriminalised in the UK.
Jason looks ahead to the Rugby World Cup quarter-final, plus how to look after a puppy.
Jason hears how Parc Gwyn crematorium near Narberth has installed a new 'fat furnace'.
Jason speaks to Dapper Laughs ahead of his gig in Cardiff.
Jason talks to a doctor who has helped some affected by the migrant crisis in Greece.
Professor Vincent Walsh discusses how elite athletes perform under stress.
Jason builds up to a big weekend for Wales's football and rugby teams.
Jamie Owen sits in for Jason and learns about Prestatyn high street.
Jason Mohammad presents a motoring special for Advice Wednesday.
Jason Mohammad is joined by former Wales forward Rhys Thomas.