102 year old Gwenllian Davies presents a moving account of how rural life has changed.
Louise Elliott follows Liam Blackmore as he attempts to leave behind a life of crime
Louise Elliott takes a look back at the events of the first series of 118 Days
Programme celebrating 50 years of broadcasting in Wales since February 1923.
Have your say on the latest football action
Dylan Thomas' magical poem, set in a small Welsh town. Read by singer Cerys Matthews.
Actor Matthew Rhys reads Dylan Thomas's magical tale.
Immanuel - God With Us. A service for Christmas morning led by Rev Roger Grafton.
Shan Cothi follows a typical day in the life of a soprano
Thirty years after the invasion, Oliver Hides meets men who had key roles in the conflict.
Angharad James, a Welsh priest whose vocation has taken her to a violent part of London.
Exclusive live performances and conversation with the Manic Street Preachers.
Sandra Harnisch-Lacey reflects upon the life and death of her husband Rob.
The audio-diary of Mike and Ali Johnson as they deal with the impending death of their son
Series following the fortunes of the Morris family as they decide to emigrate to Canada
Series exploring life after dark
Music from the golden years of entertainment - from the arrival of radio to the late 50s
Music from the golden years of entertainment, presented by Dewi Griffiths.
Writer and poet Gwyneth Lewis visits the remote island in the Bristol Channel
Writer and poet Gwyneth Lewis investigates finding adventure close to home
Alan Thompson presents highlights of live sessions by Welsh artists over the past year.
Noirish comic thriller set on the mean streets of Aberystwyth. By Malcolm Pryce
Sian Pari Huws visits Rhayader in Mid Wales which seems to be run entirely by volunteers.
Adam has the latest news and music from new bands on the Welsh scene.
Radio dramas which delight and surprise
Music, entertainment, chat and competitions. Including news, sport and celebrity guests
Alan Thompson looks at the highlights of his year, with plenty of music and chat.
Alan Thompson presents classic songs and explores the stories behind them with guests.
Mike Peters with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, celebrating 30 years of The Alarm.
The Anglesey-born presenter in musical conversation with a special guest, Sundays at 2 PM.
Noddy Holder of Slade chooses his favourite music and talks about his life in glam rock.
Aled is in conversation with Sylvia Young, founder of the Sylvia Young Theatre School.
A history of Welsh soccer
Inspiring charitable work being undertaken in some of the world's less advanced regions
A selection of tracks, all requests from Radio Wales listeners
Religious and ethical affairs programme, tackling issues in a thought-provoking manner
Award-winning religious affairs programme.
To mark the death of composer Alun Hoddinott, another chance to hear a profile of his life
A different way to start your bank holiday - listen to Amy!
A night of music hosted by Chris Needs, with Lucie Jones and Only Men Aloud.
The parents of Aneurin Owen, who died 4 days after his premature birth, share their story.
Paul Evans and Dr Rowan Williams recall Waldo Williams, the famed Welsh language poet.
A look back at programmes and recordings from the BBC archives
Welsh World War II veterans share their experiences of the Arctic Convoy missions.
News, sport, weather and travel information.
Coverage of Armed Forces Day, as Cardiff hosts the event for the nation.
The traditional two-minute silence to mark Armistice Day.
Horatio Clare explores the landscapes - real and imagined - of horror writer Arthur Machen
Radio Wales joins BBC Radio 5 live through the night.
BBC Radio Wales joins Radio 5 Live for coverage of the Scottish independence referendum.
BBC Radio Wales joins the BBC World Service for a selection of news and factual programmes
A selection of news and current affairs, science and arts programmes
Radio Wales joins Radio 5 Live.
Aled Haydn Jones looks at how being bullied can shape your life
Radio Wales' Sport magazine show came to an end in August 2013.
Former history teacher Chris Corcoran goes back to the classroom, 10 years after he left.
Series that investigates the stories of ports and harbours
Huw Williams investigates the traditions of the Welsh schoolyard
Huw Williams investigates the traditions of the Welsh schoolyard.
Pauline Smith journeys to Bardsey Island to uncover the story of the world's rarest apple.
BBC Radio Scotland broadcasts from Pacific Quay, Glasgow for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
International classical singers compete in the world-renowned singing contest.
Highlights of BBC Wales's annual festive celebration from St David's Hall in Cardiff.
Short dramas set in Wales, first broadcast on BBC Radio 4
Short stories or excerpts about Wales or by Welsh writers
Concerts involving the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, led by conductor Thierry Fischer
A Swansea Christmas Concert. Beverley Humphreys introduces a Christmas concert.
Owen Money and Peter Johnson at Merthyr rugby club with updates from the big game.
Stand-up comedy from the 2013 Machynlleth Comedy Festival, with Mike Bubbins
Professor Ian Hargreaves gives the second annual talk dedicated to the BBC Wales presenter
Steve Hewlett assesses the state of journalism and broadcasting in the UK.
Phone us with your reaction to the result of the Wales v France semi-final.
Jason Mohammad is live at Swanseas' Liberty Stadium to crown the top Welsh sports star.
This year's BBC Wales Sports Personality of the Year is announced.
Wales's biggest sporting names gather for a night of celebration.
The results of the BBC Wales Sports Personality of the Year Awards.
Live from the Millennium Stadium, find out has been chosen as the top Welsh sports person.
Tanni Grey-Thompson explores the history of Girl Guiding in Wales.
Forty years ago, the Beatles met the Maharishi in Bangor, a life-changing event for some.
Catch up with all the latest events in Newcastle
Mal Pope brings us the highlights of the day's Children in Need broadcasting.
Vincent Kane recalls some of the conversations he has had in the past.
Mal replays this week's programme highlights and delves into the BBC Wales archives
Live sessions, essential interviews and a mix of classic rock and pop
On Remembrance Sunday award-winning writer Owen Sheers considers poetry written about war.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the death of Aneurin Bevan, architect of the NHS.
Beverley Humphreys presents a world of warm seasonal music and conversation.
Musical performance across Wales - orchestras, choirs, bands and musical theatre.
A humorous take on all things Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh.
A tribute to 'the voice of rugby'.
A chance to hear the late Wales rugby captain Bleddyn Williams talking about his life.
Series on the Severn Bore tidal surge and those who ride it
Featuring the stories of those who are at the end of their lives