Carolyn Hitt recalls the 1986 BBC carol-writing competition in which she beat Gary Barlow.
A stranger discovers an ancient tree in a lane close to the ruins of the Talley Abbey.
Lisa Rogers gets under the skin of the Welsh beauty industry
Stephen Evans talks to Sian Pari Huws about his experiences at the WTC on 9/11.
Some of Wales's best-loved voices read Terry Jones's stories of magic and adventure
How the Welsh writer became the cornerstone of cult television.
John Humphrys assesses the effects of the radical education policies in contemporary Wales
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Sian Pari Huws visits Rhayader in Mid Wales which seems to be run entirely by volunteers.
BBC Radio 4
Music, entertainment, chat and competitions. Including news, sport and celebrity guests
Mike Peters with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, celebrating 30 years of the Alarm.
Paul Evans and Dr Rowan Williams recall Waldo Williams, the famed Welsh language poet.
Aled Haydn Jones looks at how being bullied can shape your life
Radio Wales' Sport magazine show came to an end in August 2013.
Stand-up comedy from the 2013 Machynlleth Comedy Festival, with Mike Bubbins
Forty years ago, the Beatles met the Maharishi in Bangor, a life-changing event for some.
Mal replays this week's programme highlights and delves into the BBC Wales archives
Marking the 50th anniversary of the death of Aneurin Bevan, architect of the NHS.
A humorous take on all things Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh.
BBC Radio Ulster
A look at how Italian families who ran food businesses made their fortunes in Wales.
Jason Mohammad presents coverage of Wales's biggest road race.
Louise Elliott looks back at the three Welsh families who went back to live life in 1944.
The remarkable story of how a community set out to buy and rescue a farm
Join Connie Fisher for great music, entertaining chat and news from across Wales
Melanie Doel revisits the turbulent period in the 1930s when Merthyr's future was in doubt
Bittersweet comedy about an elderly lady looking back on a lifetime's secrets.
Series about the contributions of Welsh artists to popular music over the last 50 years
Beti George presents this series about living and coping with dementia
Chris Corcoran quizzes a celebrity panel on their knowledge of Swansea poet, Dylan Thomas
Radio Wales weekend music and chat for early-risers
A mix of the latest news and travel, plus great entertainment and music
BBC Radio 2
Emma Cook presents music and chat.
Emma Cook helps you recover from the festivities of the day before.
Alan Thompson's Evening Show, with live music and entertainment, ended in August 2013.
With Alan Thompson. Alan talks to Joan Armatrading about her new album and tour.
Oliver Hides meets Jeff Aston from Cardiff, who has run every London Marathon to date.
Aled Jones' most memorable moments on the terraces of Bangor City FC.
Nica Pritchard teaches a group of Muslim women the art of fly fishing.
Flintshire Council attempts to move the occupants of 214 maisonettes out of Flint's centre
Phil Steele on the time terrorism prevented Wales and Ireland's rugby teams from meeting.
Comedy mockumentary documenting the work of wartime journalist Aneurin Davies
Highlights of the musical theatre concert from this summer's Faenol Festival.
Manic Street Preachers' perform The Holy Bible recorded live at Cardiff Castle.
Introducing the 12 artists being championed by the Horizons scheme
Journalist Sioned Morys takes a look at 21st-century parenting
Surgeon Christine Evans sets the medical world to rights on a range of topics
Retired urologist Christine Evans takes on controversial medical issues
Journalist John Hopkins looks at a rugby nation's obsession with the number 10 jersey.
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.
Tom Price and guests review the week's biggest stories, from around Wales and the world.
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.
Comedy profiles of the dearly departed - but entirely fictional - heroes of modern Wales
Myfanwy Alexander explores the BBC Radio Wales satirical sketch show The LL Factory.
Sketch- and satire-based comedy, poking fun at the great and good of Welsh current affairs
The remarkable story of Welsh war veteran Ron Jones, held as prisoner of war in Auschwitz.
Nick Hancock hosts, as eight comedians fight it out to have their country named the worst
Eve Myles talks to celebrities about why Joe Calzaghe is important to them.
Actor Aled Pugh, a miner's son, discovers the impact the Miners' Strike had on his family.
Louise Elliott meets Terry O'Neill from Newport, whose story inspired Agatha Christie.
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
Nicola Heywood Thomas presents highlights from the National Eisteddfod in Llanelli.
A new comedy. Happy couple Tom and Nia would probably get married but for their families.
Sian Pari Huws celebrates the 10th anniversary of the arrival of Filipino nurses in Wales
Steve Groves returns to Ogilvie Colliery 40 years after its closure
Radio Wales presenters host live events as the Olympic Torch Relay makes its journey
Phil Carradice looks back at figures and moments in history
Phil Carradice investigates the case of Sarah Jacob, the 'fasting girl' of Carmarthenshire
Mal Pope hears how Wales has changed in the 60 years of the Queen's reign
Miners discuss plans to transform a closed colliery into a leisure centre and museum.
Tudor Morgan travels to the South Pole to help run the post office.
101-year-old Ystradgynlais GP DR Wlodzimierz 'Papa' Boladz recalls his life
Louise Elliott follows the progress of the inmates of Prescoed Prison
Rhun ap Iorwerth examines the history of digging for slate in Wales
Simon Weston OBE explores the Queen's relationship with Wales and its people.
Elis James showcases acts at the festival, with Mike Bubbins, Isy Suttie and Ben Partridge
Mike Bubbins presents stand-up comedy from acts including Rob Deering and Gareth Brand.
Mike Bubbins highlights a selection of acts from the festival.
A selection of Radio Wales presenters spin non-stop party tunes.
The Radio Wales Phone In ended in September 2012. Jason's new show is at 10 AM weekdays.
Connie Fisher explores the true story of Maria Von Trapp.
The real story of the Welsh servants who waited on the wealthier classes between the wars.
Shan Cothi embarks on the challenge of a lifetime - to race a horse at Ascot
Tucked away in an old slate quarry building are 50 or so cars, each with their own story.
The team bring you the colour of the day live from London, Cardiff and Anglesey.
A light-hearted quiz recorded at the 2014 Royal Welsh Show.
Francis Donovan with reaction to and analysis of the big match.
Rev Lionel Fanthorpe explores silence in remembrance, religion, philosophy, music and art.
The history of family life in Wales
Alan Thompson takes a nostalgic look back at the past