Musicians pay tribute to Jed Williams, one of the founders of the Brecon Jazz Festival.
Hilarious panel game about the serious business of comedy
News and music from each year of the Queen's 60-year reign
Katherine Jenkins with music and guests: harpist Catrin Finch and opera singer Wynne Evans
Highlights of Katherine's homecoming concert held in Margam Park last year.
Journalist John Hopkins looks at a rugby nation's obsession with the number 10 jersey.
Simon Wright sets out to prove that kids can fall in love with healthy food options
Simon Weston talks to veterans, 60 years after the start of this forgotten conflict.
Chris Corcoran looks ahead to upcoming Six Nations fixtures
Frank Hennessy and Bethan Elfyn host the opening concert of WOMEX 2013.
A look at the significance of Tower Colliery in the South Wales Valleys
The remarkable story of a dispatch rider during the Normandy Landings on D-Day.
Drama-documentary by Arnold Evans examining the fears of nuclear war during October 1962.
Louie Knight investigates the disappearance of the Professor of Undertaking
Refugee Chandrika Joshi tells her story of being expelled from Uganda and rehomed in Wales
Series telling the story of a woman from the valleys who became a TV dramatist
...Leo Abse. Story of the Welsh MP who changed British society
Huw Williams traces the history of the tambourine, from Stravinsky to the Sugababes.
Carolyn Hitt presents the story of the British Lions' victorious 1971 tour of New Zealand.
Tracing the history of the British and Irish Lions, from a Welsh perspective
With music and chat, advice, celebrity guests and listeners' calls.
Lisa Rogers and Simon Davies present chat, entertainment and great music
Lisa Rogers with all the build-up towards upcoming 6 Nations matches
Lisa soaks up the atmosphere with fans ahead of the day's big game
Niall Griffiths uncovers the hidden history of how the Welsh helped to build Liverpool.
Satirical sketch show featuring Brendan Charleson, Iestyn Jones and Tonya Smith.
Topical humour and sketches from one of the most prestigious fast-food outlets in Cardiff
Direct from London for Remembrance Sunday. Two minutes' silence, followed by The Last Post
Bringing all the atmosphere as Swansea visits Wembley for the big match against Reading.
The build-up to the Wrexham v Newport Conference play-off final at Wembley.
Comedy profiles of the dearly departed - but entirely fictional - heroes of modern Wales
Micky Burn, a commando who time spent in Colditz, shares his fascinating memories.
Professor Jenny Kitzinger explains the role of 'living wills'.
Myfanwy Alexander explores the BBC Radio Wales satirical sketch show The LL Factory.
What the Dickens? With Richard Elfyn, Siriol Jenkins, Rhian Morgan and Daniel Evans.
Sketch- and satire-based comedy, poking fun at the great and good of Welsh current affairs
Angharad James, a Welsh priest whose vocation has taken her to a violent part of London.
The remarkable story of Welsh war veteran Ron Jones, held as prisoner of war in Auschwitz.
Tracking down the ancestors and uncovering family histories
Charlotte Evans and Cat Whiteaway delve to the roots of your family tree.
Keith Towler explores the 'neet' generation - not in education, employment or training
The best of Wales' cultural and entertainment scene and the latest on the day's big news
Music, entertainment and events across Wales, plus guests from all walks of life
Eve Myles talks to celebrities about why Joe Calzaghe is important to them.
The story behind the BBC Wales reality TV show about life in coal-mining communities
Felicity Evans visits Atlantic College on the Vale of Glamorgan coast.
Musician Mal Pope supplies great tunes, interviews and exclusive unplugged sessions
Mal Pope presents easy music and conversation
Mal and Lou ask Terry Walton about seasonal jobs on the allotment.
Programme examining the effect of Lieutenant Mark Evison's death on those he knew.
Exclusive live performances and conversation with the Manic Street Preachers.
Easy music and conversation for early risers
Wake up gently with easy music and topical chat.
Carolyn Hitt explores the story of Max Boyce's Live at Treorchy.
Max Boyce takes a personal journey through the rugby culture of the Six Nations
Former world judo champion Neil Adams attempts to meet fellow judo expert Vladamir Putin.
Sandra Harnisch-Lacey reflects upon the life and death of her husband Rob.
Mel Daley's up-front account of her battle against breast cancer in a personal monologue.
Paul Barrett traces his rock'n'roll history, an adventure in brown suede shoes.
Bethan Rhys Roberts presents a tribute to the former Labour leader and MP for Ebbw Vale.
Comedian Mike Bubbins shares his experience of day trips around Wales with a live audience
The audio-diary of Mike and Ali Johnson as they deal with the impending death of their son
Conversation, reports and music rooted in the lives of Wales's ethnic communities
Owen Money with laughs and classic tracks.
Oliver Hides takes your calls on the day's big talking point in Wales
Looking forward to the day's sporting action
Sian Pari Huws meets the volunteer mountain rescue teams that are on call 24/7.
Latest developments in technology, from home computers and the web to gadgets and games
Louise Elliott meets Terry O'Neill from Newport, whose story inspired Agatha Christie.
Mix of soul, disco, funk, reggae and R&B, from timeless acts to today's stars
Live coverage of the musical theatre concert from the Faenol Festival.
Extracts from the diaries of two twentieth-century men, with comments from their children
Ian Spindley explores how to approach the admin that follows the death of a loved one
Chris Tally Evans tells a personal story about a relationship in the Mid Wales countryside
Richard Evans investigates the phenomenal growth of Welsh-medium schools
Gordon Lucas was sent to a workhouse aged ten. This programme tells his unique story.
Eileen Younghusband from Sully in South Wales tells of her crucial role in WWII.
Ordinary people share their stories with Sian Pari-Huws.
Ordinary people share their stories with Sian Pari-Huws
Actor Richard Harrington talks to his uncle Illtyd Harrington about his life.
Sian Pari Huws looks back over the 2008 National Eisteddfod at Pontcanna Fields, Cardiff.
Sian Pari Huws looks at the events and highlights of the 2009 National Eisteddfod in Bala.
A look back at the highlights of the Welsh festival of literature, music and performance
Series following the fortunes of the Morris family as they decide to emigrate to Canada
Owen Money live from Wembley, with the build-up to Newport v York in the FA Trophy Final.
News, sport, weather, travel and hill forecast information from BBC Radio Wales
Investigating Wales's recreational clubs and the stories of the people involved in them
Welsh international referee Nigel Owens blows the whistle on grassroots refereeing
Series exploring life after dark
Sarah Moore meets bird rescuer Jean Hains, who launches stricken birds off the cliff-tops.
Series introducing wildlife-hating Welshmen and women to the natural world
Sian Pari Huws celebrates the 10th anniversary of the arrival of Filipino nurses in Wales
When a department store Santa is murdered, Louie Knight has five days to solve the case
Oliver Hides and Brent Cockbain compete to catch the most species of fish
Oliver Hides and his mate Brent Cockbain find natural ways to eat for free