Profile of P.H. Burton, teacher, mentor and adoptive father of the actor Richard Burton.
Angela Gray travels around Wales to sample and cook with the local cuisine
Carolyn Hitt traces the history of Wales's elite sportsmen and women with disabilities
Coverage of the Paralympic Torch as it arrives in Cardiff.
A party election broadcast by the UK Independence Party for the general election 2010.
A party election broadcast on behalf of the the British National Party
A party election broadcast on behalf of the Communist Party
A party election broadcast on behalf of the Green Party
A party election broadcast on behalf of Plaid Cymru
A party election broadcast by the Socialist Labour Party
A party election broadcast on behalf of the UK Independence Party
A party election broadcast on behalf of the Welsh Conservatives
A party election broadcast on behalf of the Welsh Labour Party
A party election broadcast by the Welsh Liberal Democrats
Two brothers are forced to spend time together by a clause in their mother's will.
Famous and not-so-famous happenings and events in the history of Wales are documented
Phil Carradice looks back at figures and moments in history
Phil Carradice investigates the case of Sarah Jacob, the 'fasting girl' of Carmarthenshire
Baroness Ely delivers the inaugural address honouring Patrick Hannan.
Mal Pope hears how Wales has changed in the 60 years of the Queen's reign
Phil Rickman chats to famous faces and interesting figures
Phil Rickman talks to author Patricia Cornwell about her life and writing career.
Phil Rickman presents BBC Radio Wales' book programme
Terry Jones presents conversation between Philip Pullman and his former teacher Enid Jones
Stevie Davies's comedy about a dental surgery
Miners discuss plans to transform a closed colliery into a leisure centre and museum.
Documentary following George Monbiot as he transforms his house into an eco-friendly home.
Walking along a disused railway line in Wales, to find people's stories and the unusual
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A look at the financial pressures on Wales' top sports men and women
People reflect in a very personal way on the poems they have enjoyed
101-year-old Ystradgynlais GP DR Wlodzimierz 'Papa' Boladz recalls his life
Peter Stead looks back at the lives of men and women who have made an impact on Welsh life
The build-up to the last of the autumn internationals as Wales face New Zealand.
Louise Elliott follows the progress of the inmates of Prescoed Prison
Coverage of outdoor classical music events, part of the climax to the Proms season
Beverley Humphreys introduces Proms in the Park from Singleton Park in Swansea.
Professor Dai Smith offers a view of Wales in the 1960s.