We're always happy to hear from our listeners, so if you need to get in touch with us it couldn't be easier, either by phone, text, email or through the post.
Getting in touch with programmes
If there's a live programme that you'd like to contribute to or contact, you can call them while they're on air and normally get through to the production team.
To do this, call 03700 100 110 (calls cost no more than to 01 and 02 landlines), or text 81012 (More details on call costs...).
Please note that if you call this number outside of the programme's broadcast hours, you probably won't be able to get through to the programme team directly.
Making contributions to programmes
Many of our programmes invite and showcase contributions from listeners - if you'd like to do this outside of programme hours we'd be happy to hear from you. You can either use the webform below or email email@example.com. Please make it clear on your correspondence which programme it is you're directing your contribution to.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - please note that as we receive a large volume of email it is not always possible to reply to all correspondence, although we endeavour to reply to all those emails which require one.
Problems with the Radio Wales website or BBC iPlayer
If you have a comment about or problem with the BBC Radio Wales website, get in touch by using the webform below or emailing email@example.com.
For problems with BBC iPlayer (Listening to radio programmes online), it's always first worth checking out the Help / Frequently Asked Questions pages in the iPlayer Help section, as this often resolves any problems that are being experienced.
Link: iPlayer Help
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If you have a general enquiry, comment or complaint about Radio Wales or BBC Wales, get in touch with the dedicated team at BBC Information Wales. You can call them on 03703 500 700 or fill in the webform on their FAQ page.
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