As well as being able to catch up with the last 7 days' shows online, here's where we'll collect together some classic clips from the show, picture galleries and video - including the one above where Roy tells the unusual tale of how he got into the BBC.
Programme Catch up
Listen again to programmes from the last seven days on BBC iPlayer
Sophie Evans - After the Rainbow...
On Monday 24 May Roy chatted to Over the Rainbow runner-up Sophie Evans, from Tonypandy, about her whirlwind time on the BBC One TV show, and her next steps onto the West End stage.
Silver Surfer's Day
On Friday May 21, Silver Surfer's Day, Roy chatted to Reg and Hazel Cave, about how they'd got to grips with using the Internet and making the World Wide Web part of their everyday life.
Sax on stilts for EastEnders
The stiltwalking musician from Cardiff told Roy Noble about his appearance on EastEnders on 18 December 2009.
Roy and The Siren Sisters
The 1940s close harmony group joined Roy Noble on 8 December 2009.
Wildlife Photographer Andy Rouse
Andy Rouses' award winning photograph of 'Fighting Tigers' has been on display at the Natural History Museum in London. On Roy's programme he talked about the incredible risks he is prepared to take in order to get that shot!
> Listen to the interview and view the pictures
Gareth Kingdon's Photographs
Award winning photographer Gareth Kingdon was on the show on January 29th. Take a look at his photographs of Kibera Slum in Nairobi.
Back to School
On Tuesday 19 January Roy visited the community-focused St Christopher's School in Wrexham. Check out some of the photos of Roy's day back in the classroom.
On Your Bike!
Here's a photograph of Tori James and Maria Leijerstam, who are completing a coast to coast adventure across New Zealand. They joined Roy on the programme on January 14 2010. It was 3.30 PM - Roy time, so half past four in the morning for Tori and Maria.
Alan Thompson sat in for Roy in November 2009 and welcomed Rosie Moriarty-Simmonds to the studio. Rosie is a well known writer, broadcaster, disability campaigner and is one of 450 people in the UK living with the effects of the drug Thalidomide, which their mothers' took during pregnancy to ease their morning sickness.
Wrexham Football Club collected football kit for Martha and David Holman from Abergavenny who run the Fair Trade organisation 'Love Zimbabwe' and whose progress was followed by Roy throughout 2009 . David and Martha came into the studio to pick up the boxes of shirts, shorts and trainers after returning from the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
People from the Neath area came to St David's Church on Sunday 6 December to learn Handel's Hallelujah Chorus. Roy broadcast the finished work the following day.
Kidwelly goes to town!
It's the Lord Mayor's Show in London this weekend and the ancient town of Kidwelly are taking part in the procession. The Lord Mayor of London has been making that yearly journey for 784 years, surviving plague and fire and countless wars and insurrections. Linda Kirkham- Jones and Malcolm MacDonald joined Roy on the programme to talk about the preparations and and making sure that Kidwelly really do 'go to town'.....
You can see Linda (in the pink) together with more wenches and characters in the picture.
Heather and Hillforts
To celebrate "Heather and Hillfort week" Community Reporter Sharon Braunton joined up with the 1st day of the Denbighshire's guided tour up to Pen y Cloddia hillfort in the company of Denbighshire County Archaelogist, Fiona Gale.
Sixty years ago a meteorite fell on Beddgelert, smashing a hole in a hotel roof. Roy ran a series of three "Meteorite Mondays", talking to people who remember what happened to the Snowdonia village and hearing from experts about the significance of the event
On this page you can listen to Roy's interviews again as well as links to other areas of BBC Wales that are marking the event.
The Summer Tour 2009
Some photographic highlights of Roy on the Radio Wales Summer Tour.
Roy on YouTube
You asked to join Roy behind the scenes at Radio Wales. Well, ask and you shall receive... head over to YouTube where you can see the result.
A new look for BBC Radio online: listen live on your computer - and now on your smartphone.