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Alan Thompson presents highlights from 2016's Madness in Merthyr gig at Cyfartha Castle.
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
Great music and conversation to ease you in to the day.
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.
A pre-gig show before Manic Street Preachers perform The Holy Bible at Cardiff Castle.
Easy music and conversation for early risers
Wake up gently with easy music and topical chat.
Music and chat with Matt Johnson
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
Neil Adams visits Russia hoping to meet judo expert and Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
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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.
Merthyr-born Michela Chiappa explores the modern Welsh-Italian community
Comedian Mike Bubbins shares his experience of day trips around Wales with a live audience
Alarm frontman and long-term cancer survivor Mike Peters talks about his life
Actor Aled Pugh, a miner's son, discovers the impact the Miners' Strike had on his family.
The audio-diary of Mike and Ali Johnson as they deal with the impending death of their son
A documentary about Margaret Frost, a female pilot during the Second World War.
Conversation, reports and music rooted in the lives of Wales's ethnic communities
Laughs, competitions and a wide selection of classic tracks
Listeners' 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.
John Rutledge investigates the history, nostalgia and apparent revival of the cassette.
Extracts from the diaries of two twentieth-century men, with comments from their children
Dr Rhys Jones has his entire genome sequenced
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.