BBC Radio Wales is in a unique position as the only national radio station for Wales in the English language.
BBC Radio Wales broadcasts 19 hours of programmes a day made all over Wales, specifically for those living in the nation.
At the heart of the schedule is the kind of information vital to everyday living.
Our news and sport programmes keep you up to date with the latest events in Wales and elsewhere in the world.
The news, sport, traffic and weather information come to you every half hour throughout the day, and more often at peak times.
The business news is at 6.18am and, at 6.59am, there's a daily hill forecast for farmers and walkers.
Contact with our audience is really important to us. Weekdays between 6 AM and 6 PM, all our programmes are live and immediately accessible by phone on 03700 100 110 (calls cost no more than 01 and 02 landlines), text on 81012 or by email. You can reach us via this site (use the webform below), or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's our listeners who determine the direction of programmes. They put their questions to our presenters and studio guests, debate hot topics, share their stories and send us their dedications.
We make even more links with the listeners and their communities when the station goes on the road around Wales. You'll find news on upcoming BBC Radio Wales roadshows, special broadcasts and events right here on the site.
Radio Wales also brings you the news as it happens; if there's an important event going on in Wales, you'll hear about it immediately and in full
You can listen online to the station wherever you are in the world, and catch up with programmes you've missed from the last seven days, on the BBC iPlayer.
Get in touch with Radio Wales
11:00 Rhod Gilbert
Wales's star of the stand-up circuit presents two hours of comedy and banter.
13:00 Wales and Everest
A look at Snowdonia and Dr Llion Iwan, Eric Jones and Stephen Edwards travel to Nepal.
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