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Louise meets Terry Michael, dance teacher for Pre-Skool from Port Talbot.
Louise meets actor Matthew Rhys and politician, author and Strictly star, Anne Widdicombe.
Dentist Keith Morgan, affectionately known as Keith the Teeth, talks about dental issues.
Louise finds out about Lave Net fishing and talks to Cerys Matthews.
The best of Wales's cultural and entertainment scene and the latest on the day's big news.
Louise chats to Dylan Thomas's granddaughter Hannah Ellis.
Artist Ruth Jen Evans on her inspiration and music historian Phil Davies on the Beatles.
Live from the Hay Festival, Louise chats to children's author Anthony Browne.
Bats in St David's Bishop's Palace, Cannes Film Festival and how 'green' was Shakespeare?
Louise learns the art of stone skimming, ahead of the Welsh Open Championships.
As the Hay Festival gets underway, Louise talks to author Cressida Cowell.
Keith Chegwin and his Dancing On Ice partner Olga Sharutenko skate into the studio.
In Adult Learners Week, Louise speaks Lynda Sullivan about overcoming agoraphobia.
Louise chats to Swansea's Bonnie Tyler, our Eurovision hero.
Louise chats James Fox, the last Welsh singer to represent the UK at Eurovision.
The best of Wales' cultural and entertainment scene and the latest on the day's big news.
Mal Pope sits in for Louise and talks to Eve Myles, star of new drama 'Frankie'.
Louise chats to a man with a PhD in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Louise goes behind the scenes of Swansea Market, plus exam advice for students.
Rylan Clark talks about Crohn's and colitis, plus a sleep expert on tackling jet-lag.
Louise is joined by former home secretary Alan Johnson.
Louise meets the man who survived a life-threatening fall whilst sleepwalking.
Louise is joined by special guests live from the Machynlleth Comedy Festival in mid Wales.
Louise finds out more about the tortoise check-up sessions being offered in Barry.
Actor and comedian Eddie Izzard joins Louise to talk about his new tour.
Louise meets Lisa Riley, as she gets her dancing shoes on for Strictly Confidential.
Kathy Griffiths has top tips for our weekly viewing, from Hidden Gems to Box Set Binges.
Louise talks to 2007's Britain's Got Talent winner, Paul Potts.
Music historian Phil Davies has reached the letter 'M' in his Alphabeat series.