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Dr Hilary Jones talks about his book, A Day In Your Life.
Huw Edwards on his travels to find out about the Welsh people who helped shape Australia.
Aberdare rock band Fireroad perform live in the studio.
Louise with the best of Wales' cultural scene. Fish is on the menu, with chef Angela Gray.
Louise talks to TV chef Rick Stein about his search across India for the perfect curry.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise, hearing about the Pembrokeshire Long Course weekend.
Fran Donovan chats to Frank Hennessy, who is at the International Eisteddfod in Llangollen
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise, with Radio Wales Artist of the Week, Stephen Wheel.
Fran Donovan sits in with Rhydian Roberts, to talk about his new stage role.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise with the best of Wales's cultural and entertainment scene.
Cat Whiteaway uncovers the links between a man from Cardiff and an American GI.
Sixteen years after Mmmbop, Louise meets Hanson, who are back with a new album.
Bonhams auctioneer Jeff Muse puts a price on your valuables in the antiques phone-in.
Lexicographer Terry Victor on Star Wars and Dr Peter Saul has news on holiday jabs.
It is National Transplant week and Louise hears about the Heart To Heart roadshow.
The Book Club reviews The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of a Window and Disappeared
Louise talks to Helen Humphrey, former Vice President of National Operations at McDonald's
Louise chats to Strictly Come Dancing's Flavia Cacace and nutritionist Ian Marber.
Louise on mastering a new skill and the sixtieth anniversary of the Laura Ashley empire.
Resident TV critic Kathy Griffiths has her pick of the week's TV.
Louise presents three-piece pop rock band, Scouting for Girls, playing live.
Louise meets professor Colin Dayan who is developing a diabetes vaccine.
Caroline Harrison, our Welsh Artist of the Week, plays her latest single.
Beverley Humphreys discusses the results of round one of Cardiff Singer of the World.
Beverley Humphreys updates us on BBC Cardiff Singer of the World.
Louise hears about the Wales Seniors Golf Open from sports reporter James Pontin.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise and music historian Phil Davies looks at Ray Charles.
Genealogist Cat Whiteaway joins Louise for a family history phone-in.
Simon Calder on planning a trip to Japan and Nick Knowles looks for people with a DIY SOS.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise, with the best of Wales's cultural and entertainment scene