Jamie meets Tredegar's 28-year-old mayor and singer Kristian Morse.
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As the Paralympics get underway, Jamie finds out how each sport is classified.
Gardening expert Ann Waters answers listeners' questions about beds and borders.
Jamie looks at the effect of changes to Sunday trading laws during the Olympics.
Join Jamie and Louise for music and chat, advice, celebrity guests and your calls.
Jamie chats with the Paralympic performance manager for British cycling, Gareth Shepherd.
Jamie looks at how apprenticeships can provide the perfect career path.
Jamie meets the Neath actress starring in Waterloo Road, plus the dentistry phone-in.
Jamie Owen continues the tour of the food world by taking a look at Portuguese cooking.
Jamie explores deep space in marking the 35th anniversary of the Voyager Missions.
Former 5,000m runner Dave Moorcroft on how local sports clubs are opening their doors.
On A-level results day, Jamie looks at the options for those who may have not made it.
Are you getting enough sleep? Expert Nick Littlehales take your questions.
Jamie meets the 26-year-old who donated his kidney to a complete stranger.
It's the Monday surgery with Dr Peter Saul so contact the show with your medical queries.
Allotment guru Terry Walton joins Jamie and Louise for a 'veggie' phone-in.
Jamie and Louise with a special programme from Morgan Llwyd Sports Hall in Wrexham.
Join Jamie and Louise to make sure your school-leaver makes the most of a gap year.
Jamie and Louise meet Michael O'Brien, who went to prison for a crime he didn't commit.
Join Jamie and Louise at Swansea Harriers to support Dai Greene in the 400m hurdles.
Jamie and Louise welcome allotmenteer Terry Walton for a series of veggie workshops.
Jamie and Louise look to the National Youth Orchestra of Wales appearance at the BBC Proms
Louise is in Holyhead at the Weightlifting Centre to meet the family of Gareth Evans.