Peter Hain MP and his mum Adelaine give a first hand account of apartheid struggles.
Peter and Adelaine Hain on their personal fight against apartheid
Teenagers, Charlotte and Martin share their thoughts about being adopted.
Adoption: Charlotte & Martin
Shirley and Jeanette's working lives began by helping out on the family farms.
Work & Play: Shirley and Jeanette
BBC Radio Wales presenter Mal Pope explains what makes Swansea Bay a good candidate.
UK City of Culture: Mal Pope
Edgar Jones, from Anglesey, still uses his 1952 tumble dryer.
Old gadgets: Edgar Jones and his 1952 tumble dryer
Young backpackers, Abbe and Eyal, kept in touch for two years by letter.
Pen to Paper: Abbe & Eyal
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Radio Wales celebrates the best of Brass Music from across Wales, past and present, through the day on Wednesday 18 December.
Great news for football fans: we've made changes to DAB meaning Cardiff, Swansea and Wrexham fans can now hear commentary of their team on digital radio as well as FM.
Catch the new sound of afternoons on BBC Radio Wales with Eleri Sion live from 1 til 4 Monday to Thursday, while Wynne Evans gets the weekend started on Fridays.