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Cosmic dust factories & giant black holes
Royal Welsh Show; Electrification row; Julie Morgan
Big names from F1 past and present remember Welsh F1 driver Tom Pryce, who died in 1977.
In middle age, John Rutledge faces a footwear dilemma like no other.
Ruth Jones brings us a brand new sitcom in 2018, and Janice Long stays beyond the Summer.
Sitcom about a woman persuaded to stand for election on the basis that she will not win.
Lloyd Langford returns to the co-host's chair, just in time for birdwatching week.
Gareth Delve and Sean Holley discuss the Pro12 expansion and Leigh Halfpenny's future.
Brian Meechan discusses electrification, school holiday childcare and team building.
The very best of Radio Wales - news, sport, entertainment, and your stories - in short.
Owain Llewellyn Morris is on holiday with his wife; their hotel was damaged in the quake.
Steffan Garrero, Sean Holley and Gareth Delve discuss Leigh Halfpenny's options.
A student in Aberystwyth has parked his car on his neighbours driveway-without permission!
Rhodri Talfan Davies, Director of BBC Wales, outlines the corporation's plans on equal pay
Rapper, broadcaster and Unexplainer John Rutledge asks himself searching questions...
How do you make an acceptance speech when you don’t know anything about what you’ve won?
'Selfie-monkey' photographer David Slater on his legal battle with PETA and Wikipedia.
Join Chris Needs in his friendly garden for music, laughter, chat and late-night teasers.
Comedy set in a hairdressers in Tonypandy.
Laughs, memories and good old rock 'n' roll for Saturday morning.
Programme looking back at the life of Welsh F1 driver Tom Pryce, who died in 1977.
Sights and sounds, real stories and unbelievable scrapes; watch & share at your leisure.
Take a look around the baby dinosaur exhibition, as featured in the programme.
Colin Jackson reveals the origin of "Go on the 'B' of the Bang" to Dylan Ebenezer.
The story of Jack Griffiths, who is profoundly deaf, and his struggle to find work.
A taste of what you'll hear in BETSY's homecoming gig in Newport (Pembs).
Jade Jones talks World Championships, the UFC and beating her little brother
Is Series 3 of the windswept west Wales drama really the end?
The Radiophonic Workshop join the orchestra to re-create the sound of Classic Doctor Who
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