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.
A cat-napping story with a happy ending.
Owen talks to Elvis' backing band, The Imperials, at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea.
Jason Phelps reports on how a West Wales food company is helping the survival of coracles
The restoration of a carriage from the Metropolitan tube line by the Ffestiniog Railway.
16 year old friends, Maddie and Joel, both love to watch and talk about Dr Who.
Sarah Moore looks at the Welsh festive tradition of 'Hen Galan' or 'Old New Year'.
Stephen Fairclough looks at the Welsh festive tradition of Nos Galan.
Kayleigh Thomas looks at the Welsh festive tradition of the Mari Lwyd.
Chris Dearden reports on the felling of the 'King Tree' in Dolgellau.
A look at the Welsh Festive tradition of Plygain.
News of a survey that says ready meals are healthier than celebrity chef recipes.
Tracy Cardwell learns the art of bell ringing at Prestatyn Parish Church.
Rob Westall reports on the possibility of a new artifical pitch for the Millennium Stadium
Helicopter winchman, Marcus Wigfall talks to Gareth Lewis about a very special delivery.
Kayleigh Thomas talks to double hat-trick scorer Sophie Owen after her team's 26-0 win.
Jason Mohammad interviews this year's winner, 19 year old Jade Jones from Flint.
Dr Lyn Evans explains to Adam Walton the significance of the Higgs Boson particle.
Geoff Downes of techno pop duo The Buggles on his hit song 'Video Killed The Radio Star'.
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