BBC Radio Wales joins the BBC World Service for a selection of news and factual programmes
An entertaining mix of music and chat to start your day.
Adam Walton explores the Maker Movement, which aims to promote a DIY approach to robotics.
Rachael Garside finds out about sea otters and horse endurance.
A service from St Paul's United Church, Penmaenmawr, led by the Rev Alfred H Williams.
Vaughan Roderick presents a review of the week in Welsh politics and the Sunday papers.
Roy Jenkins talks with author, social reformer and peer Rabbi Julia Neuberger.
Music from the golden years of entertainment, presented by Dewi Griffiths.
60s singing star Petula Clark tells Roy about her Welsh roots and forthcoming tour.
Join Jamie on Sunday lunchtime for conversation, laughter and music. How's your Sunday?
1/2 Professor Richard Sambrook on newspaper cuts and the accountability of decision-makers.
Another chance to hear Aled's musical conversation with actress Celia Imrie. (R)
Mal Pope replays the best from this week's programmes and delves into the archives.
2/6 Does meeting the animals behind the dishes make eating healthily any easier? (R)
Frank Hennessy with the best in folk, roots and acoustic music from the Celtic nations.
Beverley Humphreys focuses on the array of musical performance going on across the World.
Alan Thompson plays sessions and acoustic sets from new and established artists.
Monday 30 September 2013