BBC Radio Wales joins the BBC World Service for a selection of news and factual programmes
Tom Price sits in, with an entertaining mix of music and chat to start your day.
Adam Walton explores the range of science on offer at the National Eisteddfod.
The rural news magazine for those who live and work in the Welsh countryside.
A service from Criccieth Family Church, led by Pastor Ben Thomas.
Vaughan Roderick presents a review of the week in Welsh politics and the Sunday papers.
Roy Jenkins's guest is Professor Sue Black, a world leading forensic anthropologist.
Music from the golden years of entertainment, presented by Dewi Griffiths.
Roy talks to legendary clarinettist Acker Bilk, who performed at the Brecon Jazz festival.
Claire Summers sits in for Jamie, with music from Cardiff singer-songwriter Chris Ridgeway
3/4 Outspoken surgeon Christine Evans investigates the council cuts to public transport. (R)
Aled is in conversation with theatre producer and Everton FC chairman Bill Kenwright. (R)
Mal Pope replays the best from this week's programmes and delves into the archives.
Why don't Welsh comedians talk about their heritage as much as other nationalities?
Sian Pari Huws rounds up the week's highlights of the National Eisteddfod.
Frank Hennessy with the best in folk, roots and acoustic music from the Celtic nations.
Beverley Humphreys introduces a selection of well-loved songs from stage and screen.
Chris picks out his favourite moments from past shows in the Friendly Garden.
Monday 12 August 2013