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 plays the dating game and discovers how scientists age bones, rocks and stars.
Rachael Garside investigates the growing trend for 'green weddings'.
A service from St Peter's Church, Peterson-Super-Ely, led by the Rev Edwin Counsell.
Vaughan Roderick presents a review of the week in Welsh politics and the Sunday papers.
Roy Jenkins meets the man behind one of the most distinctive places of worship in Wales.
Music from the golden years of entertainment, presented by Dewi Griffiths.
Writer Ken Follett discusses the second novel in his Century trilogy, Winter of the World.
Jamie welcomes columnist Hannah Jones, doctor Paul Thomas and the One Show's Alex Jones.
Felicity Evans and Radio Wales' current affairs team investigate the stories that matter.
Aled is joined by broadcaster and journalist Clare Balding.
Mal Pope plays the best from this week's programmes and delves into the BBC Wales archives
4/4 Sophie Blatchford from Swansea attempts to impress Australian TV chef Bill Granger.
Tony Etoria assesses if Henry Morton Stanley is deserving of a recent statue in Denbigh.
Frank Hennessy with the best folk, roots and acoustic music from the Celtic nations.
Beverley welcomes singing duo Jonathan and Charlotte, fresh from national acclaim in BGT.
Chris picks out his favourite moments from past shows in the Friendly Garden.
Monday 1 October 2012