Louise's Welsh Artists of the Week, Manic Street Preachers, perform their new single.
BBC Radio Wales
Louise finds out about a Great Gatsby styling workshop.
Louise catches up with Great British Bake Off contestant Beca Lyne-Perkis, from Cardiff.
The best of Wales' cultural and entertainment scene and the latest on the day's big news.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise and chats to magician Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise, finding out about some amazing dogs throughout history.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise. Terry Walton takes your calls in the allotment phone-in.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise and talks to Wales' Strongest Man, Simon Johnston.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise, with the best of Wales's cultural and entertainment scene
Frances Donovan sits in for Louise and Gary Slaymaker shares his top ten Disney films.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise and chats to former Steps star Ian 'H' Watkins.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise with a guide to the university clearing process.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise and finds out about the Ebbw Valley Brass Band.
Fran Donovan is joined by historian Adrian Goldsworthy and TV critic Kathy Griffiths.
Mal Pope sits in and learns about Allotment Week from Rhondda allotmenteer Terry Walton.
The Mold Gold Cape, an important Bronze Age find, is heading back to North Wales.
Mal Pope sits in with Wrexham GP, Dr Peter Saul, who takes your medical questions.
Mal Pope, sitting in for Louise, hears about Welsh tour dates from Ricky Ross and Jedward.
Mal Pope sits in. Bethan Elfyn joins us from the National Eisteddfod with live music.
Louise's monthly Book Club reviews And The Mountains Echoed.
Louise meets a 16 year old maths genius and relationship counsellor Nadia Rose.