Alan Thompson explores the anatomy of classic songs with the artists who wrote them.
Frank Hennessy and Amy Wadge swap their personal tastes in music.
An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at rehab centres in Wales
Owen Sheers's play reveals how casualties of war are emotional as much as physical.
Recordings of the cream of the music world, made exclusively for BBC Radio Wales
The original boyband in concert - The Osmonds.
A programme to mark the unveiling of a memorial to those killed in the mining disaster.
Three people share their experiences of addiction as they attempt the path of recovery.
Gwyneth Lewis on the poems of the last survivor of Edinburgh's battle against the Saxons.
Documentary. How the Liverpool Daily Post became the best-selling newspaper in North Wales
Journalist Sioned Morys takes a look at 21st-century parenting
Documentary series charting the preparations in the months leading up to the Ryder Cup
Another chance to hear the documentary series charting the preparations for the Ryder Cup
The landscapes and special places of Wales that have inspired writers and artists
Iolo Williams and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales present animal-themed music.
Iolo Williams explores Wales's wildlife and discovers the measures taken to protect it
Christine Evans examines the various implications of the cuts in public services in 2011
Outspoken retired surgeon Christine Evans looks at issues affecting day-to-day life
Surgeon Christine Evans sets the medical world to rights on a range of topics
Retired urologist Christine Evans takes on controversial medical issues
Irving Henry Jones recalls his experiences of the First World War.
Professor David Reynolds asks why Welsh students have been ranked the worst in Europe
Explore the roots of Islamic extremism and meet the Welsh people fighting its influence.
Welsh guitarist Deke Leonard, involved in music since the 1960s, reads his autobiography