BBC Radio Wales joins the BBC World Service for a selection of news and factual programmes
Music and chat to ease you into the day.
Adam Walton looks at the work of the National Centre for Mental Health in Cardiff. (R)
The rural news magazine explores what the future holds for the Welsh pig industry. (R)
An act of worship led by the Rev Canon Stuart Bell. (R)
The week in politics is previewed and reviewed, with news, views and interviews.
Roy Jenkins visits Ffald-y-Brenin in Pembrokeshire, a centre of Christian renewal. (R)
Roy plays music from the golden age of 30's, 40's and 50's.
Jamie presents strange news from around the world, live music and laughter.
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Professor Dai Smith offers an impressionistic look at the 1970s in Wales. (R)
Aled Jones talks to broadcaster and satirist Ian Hislop. (R)
Lynn is joined by Tracy Cardwell live from the Rhyl airshow.
The enfant terrible of Radio Wales with his unique take on life.
4/4 Jamie Owen heads to Llandrindod Wells where he visits the Cycle Museum and Powis Castle. (R)
Frank Hennessy with the best in folk, roots and acoustic music from the Celtic nations.
Beverley Humphreys focuses on musical performance going on across Wales and the world.
Alan meets music producer Steve Levine and looks back on 40 years of Punk.
Adam Walton eases listeners into the bank holiday Monday morning.