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The Family Arts Festival
Join Chris Needs in his friendly garden for music, laughter, chat and late-night teasers.
Wynne meets the farmers, exhibitors and visitors at the third day of the 2017 Royal Welsh
Sitcom about a woman persuaded to stand for election on the basis that she will not win.
Big names from F1 past and present remember Welsh F1 driver Tom Pryce, who died in 1977.
Adam searches for butterflies at the Rhiwledyn nature reserve on Llandudno's Little Orme.
The story of Croeso 'Arberth, a Wales group who have taken in a Syrian refugee family.
Sitcom set and recorded in a hairdressers in Tonypandy.
In middle age, John Rutledge faces a footwear dilemma like no other.
The very best of Radio Wales - news, sport, entertainment, and your stories - in short.
Proposals for an iron ring sculpture at Flint castle have met with criticism.
James Mannion explains how he lost friends, and almost his life, trying to lose weight.
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!
How do you make an acceptance speech when you don’t know anything about what you’ve won?
Rapper, broadcaster and Unexplainer John Rutledge asks himself searching questions...
'Selfie-monkey' photographer David Slater on his legal battle with PETA and Wikipedia.
Breakfast news, sport, weather and travel with Oliver Hides and Felicity Evans.
Something new, old and gold in the music review with Alan Thompson.
Janice Long plays great songs and new music and artists from Wales.
Breakfast news, sport, weather and travel with Oliver Hides and Rachael Garside.
Comedy set in a hairdressers in Tonypandy.
Wynne Evans meets the farmers, exhibitors and visitors at the 2017 Royal Welsh Show.
Beverley Humphreys focuses on musical performance going on across Wales and the world.
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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