Music programmes on BBC Radio Wales

Music

You can hear great music throughout the day and into the night on BBC Radio Wales, both with classic tracks you know, to new music and live sessions. You'll also hear live concerts, classical, folk, and some of the best new acts on Wales' music scene.

For a full list of all Radio Wales Music programmes, visit our Programmes directory.

Welsh Artist of the Week

In 2011 we launched the Radio Wales Welsh Artist of the Week, where you can catch the latest pick in a selection of our shows across the day.

Some of our best loved music presenters, including Alan Thompson, Adam Walton, Frank Hennessy and Bethan Elfyn are among the people involved in listening to the songs, which come in from all corners of Wales, and choosing where to shine the spotlight that week. The exposure provides a huge boost for the chosen artists, with guaranteed airplay throughout the week.

Send us your music

If you or your band have a song you think should be considered as our coveted Welsh Single of the Week, or have music that you think would be suitable for any of our shows, send it to us via the BBC Introducing Uploader. We can't guarantee to play all songs that are sent to us, but we will listen to your submissions.


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