Celebrate Radio Wales Music Day with live performances from Barnabas Arts House in Newport
BBC Radio Wales
Podiatrist Amy Williams pops in to explain how we could all look after our feet better.
Join the team for music and chat, plus the pensions phone-in with expert Malcolm McLean.
Jamie and Louise host James Caan from Dragon's Den and a pioneering surgeon from Cardiff.
Jamie and Louise look back at the recent history of Wales, from the Second World War on.
Jamie and Louise go bottoms up with a behind-the-scenes look at a Bangor brewery.
Jamie and Louise hear about the schoolchildren following in the footsteps of Dylan Thomas.
Reliving the Six Nations, Engelbert Humperdinck chats, and Terry Walton talks gardening.
Actor Chris Larner's account of accompanying his ex-wife to Switzerland's Dignitas Clinic.
Scientist Huw James continues the series on Welsh Explorers.
Jamie and Louise build up to a weekend of Welsh sport with Chris Blight and Ieuan Evans.
Join Jamie and Louise as they ask what makes a good leader in the 21st century?
Music and chat, plus a family history phone-in with genealogy expert Cat Whiteaway.
Jamie and Louise they chat about the community law service, with Ash Poddar of Fresh Ties.
Jamie and Louise learn about cerebral palsy and talk to people who live with the condition
Travel expert Simon Calder talks about last minute Easter breaks and 'staycations'.
Author Sue Townsend looks back at the 30 years since her most famous creation, Adrian Mole
The Birds of a Feather cast join Jamie and Louise to chat about their reunion tour.
Join Jamie, Louise and chef Bryn Williams for a seasonal ingredient and a cookery phone-in
Jamie and Louise examine why homeless figures in Wales have hit a five-year high.
Weatherman John Kettley discusses the unseasonably warm weather.
Jamie and Louise are live at the Holyhead Maritime Museum to get the lowdown on Anglesey.