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The Welsh athletics star celebrates turning 50 and looks back on his long career.
Comic monologues. Siadwel gets his only line in the pantomime wrong and goes to a seance.
Lisa Gwilym sits in for Bethan Elfyn with classic rock, indie anthems and new Welsh acts.
Tom Price explores modern fatherhood, asking what it means to be a father in modern Wales.
Roy Jenkins explores the impact of gambling on individuals, families and society.
Sitcom about a family-run cab office in Rhosdir.
Aled in conversation with the presenter and former pop star Myleene Klass.
The very best of Radio Wales - news, sport, entertainment, and your stories - in short.
Swansea City manager Paul Clement on his work so far at the club and this weekend's game
Former Wales international Ryan Giggs on Gareth Bale’s role in the Wales squad
The athlete recalls riding high in the mid-1990s era of music, medals, and models
Devils' Andrew Hotham discusses the upcoming clashes against league rivals Belfast Giants
The UKIP Leader in Wales gives his reaction to the story that made headlines today.
Celtic Dragons Head Coach Trish Wilcox is looking forward to the start of the Superleague
As we mark Colin's half century, a revelation about his early career that may surprise you
Beverley Humphreys focuses on musical performance going on across Wales and the world.
Siadwel gets his only line in the pantomime wrong and goes to a seance.
Frank Hennessy with the best in folk, roots and acoustic music from the Celtic nations.
Should medicinal cannabis be legalised?
The breakfast programme with stories that matter to Wales and the world.
Rhod & Korkey discuss Woolly Mammoths,musical guilty pleasures & hold a 60 second debate.
Sights and sounds, real stories and unbelievable scrapes; watch & share at your leisure.
Achievements of champion F1 schools team from Denbigh celebrated
Pembrokeshire 'UFO encounter' remembered 40 years on
It's Rhod, Korkey, Barry Castagnola, Elis James and Paul Foot - in less than 5 minutes.
Wynne's back-wax for Children in Need was nightmarish. Will 'the right way' hurt less?
Its 50 years since the Severn Crossing opened, but we're not sure we remember it like this
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