Royal Wedding Coverage

Official portrait photograph of Prince William and Kate Middleton © 2010 Mario Testino

Official portrait photograph of Prince William and Kate Middleton © 2010 Mario Testino

Live through the day on Friday 29 April

Radio Wales is your home through the day for the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in Westminster. We'll be live from London, Cardiff, Anglesey and across Wales finding out how the nation is celebrating the big day, with live coverage of the wedding itself from 11 AM.

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Through the day on Radio Wales

Good Morning Wales kicks things off from 6AM with Oliver Hides outside Buckingham Palace in London as the the city wakes up for the special day.

Jason Mohammad takes over at 9 AM for the build-up to the main event, linking up with Louise Elliott who will be live from the Anglesey Showground. Louise will be chatting to local people and joining the celebrations on the island where the newlywed couple will live. Through the morning Mal Pope will be reporting live from the Hayes in Cardiff City centre to give us a flavour of how the Welsh capital is preparing for the wedding. Visitors to the Hayes will be able to watch the ceremony live on the BBC Big Screen, just outside St David's Hall.
You'll be able to hear the wedding live on Radio Wales from 11 AM.

At 2 PM Roy Noble takes over from Mal and presents his live afternoon show from the Hayes, with more news from what's happening in Westminster and across Wales.

As well as keeping track of the main event in the UK capital, our reporters will be out and about across Wales at various street parties, finding out how people across the nation are celebrating the day.

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The Other Big Day

Meanwhile, Jamie Owen and Louise Elliott have been given exclusive access to the wedding on April 29.
Not Prince William and Catherine Middleton's ceremony - the marriage of Michael Davy and Debra Khan from Ely in Cardiff.

The couple are getting hitched on the same day as the Royal couple and Jamie and Louise are keeping up-to-date with our very own 'special couple' throughout April.

Listen to Michael and Debra talking about their big day.

Roy Noble

Roy and his wife Elaine on their wedding day

Here's Roy and Elaine on their wedding. If you are celebrating your wedding anniversary on 29 April - the day Prince William and Catherine Middleton get hitched - Roy would love to hear from you and see your photos. He'll even dedicate a song to you!

Get in touch with Roy and share your stories, memories and photos.

Royal Harpist

Roy and Claire

Pembrokeshire born Claire Jones is Wales' very own Royal Harpist and on Friday 29 April she will be performing at Prince William's and Catherine Middleton's wedding.

Listen to Claire chatting to Roy on Radio Wales Music Day.

The Wedding of the Year

Wedding Cake

Comedy written by Charles Williams. Young Welsh couple Dan and Rachel prepare to tie the knot on the same day as Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Listen to the latest episode.

Author Charles Williams writes about the inspiration behind the series.

Owen's Brides

Every Saturday morning on Money For Nothing Owen makes surprise calls to brides (and sometimes grooms) getting married that day.

Owen with Emma and Martin on their wedding day

Have a look at a selection of happy couples who had their day made extra special by a phone-call from Owen.

If you would like to nominate a friend or relative to receive a surprise phone call on their wedding day get in touch with the Money For Nothing team.


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