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A showcase of some of the outstanding moments on BBC Radio Wales.
To hear more highlights of the week gone by catch Mal Pope's 'Best of Radio Wales' every Sunday from 4 PM.
Wynne goes bowling with Team Wales Women at Berriew Bowls Club
Take a backstage tour of the Jason Mohammad radio show, as Jason shows us how it's made.
James Endeacott, A&R Man for The Libertines shares his knowledge at Horizons Bass Camp.
Martin Bayfield on Crimewatch marking 30 years of crime solving
The Games' controversies, boycotts, and bannings - from early days to recent times.
Pull back the curtain and take a look at how our hilarious new sitcom was put together.
Wynne catches up with Princess Leia herself, actress Carrie Fisher, who's at the festival
Aled Gruffydd Jones explores the treasures of the National Library of Wales.
Wynne reveals whether he has reached Grade 1 standard on the flute in just one week.
Comic Elis James on Joe Calzaghe’s American debut in 2008, beating Hopkins in Las Vegas.
The story of Gareth Lewis’ great-grandfather, a ‘boy soldier’ during World War One.
The Hinterland star tells Bethan why this track - by The Band - is his all-time favourite
For this week's sports challenge Wynne tries Cheerleading with the Academy All Stars.
Peter Johnson talks to John Davies on the launch of his renowned History of Wales book.
We're familar with war cemeteries abroad, but what of servicemen and women who died here?
David Grundy on the life of Swansea psychoanalyst Ernest Jones.
'Mystery event' time: how long will it take Mal Pope to realise it's Sweep on the phone?
Lisa Jay from Ystrad Mynach still uses her 1954 English Electric fridge.
International Tenor Alfie Boe serenades Eleri Sion live in studio
The producer of radio drama series 21st Century Dylan shares advice for aspiring writers.
Jason Mohammad conducts The BBC National Orchestra of Wales with the 'Ski Sunday' theme
A field of remembrance opens for those lost during conflict over the last 100 years.
Phil Steele meets Keith James, the cheeky chappy drop goal king.
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