Louise is joined by Radio Wales Welsh Artist of the Week, Jamie Smith's Mabon.
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Louise is joined by Dr Hilary Jones to talk about osteoporosis.
Louise chats to pop star and actor David Essex, and mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington.
Rob Brydon is Louise's special guest, and she searches for Welsh men named James Bond.
Paul Thorburn talks about the campaign designed to lower people's alcohol consumption.
Louise's special guests are Status Quo's Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi.
Louise chats to Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan.
Louise meets Swansea-born actor Alexander Vlahos who plays Mordred in Merlin.
Louise 'gets physical' with former rugby player Gareth Thomas.
Louise is joined by singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading.
Live music from one of the world's most famous busking bands, The Gypsy Queens.
Louise finds about the Aberffraw biscuit, which featured on the Great British Bake-Off.
Louise looks at nostalgic sweets and snacks and the Anglesey Oyster Festival.
Louise meets Dr Who star Matt Smith; Rolf Harris looks ahead to his new series.
Sports photographer Huw Evans on his second journey up Kilimanjaro.
Featuring guests comic Elis James, nutritionist Ian Marber and adventurer Mark Beaumont.
With Thomas Howes, star of The Mousetrap; plus food futurologist Morgenne Gaye.
The best of Wales' cultural and entertainment scene and the latest on the day's big news.
Beatles tribute act the Bootleg Beatles perform 'Love Me Do', 50 years after its release.
Louise hears from music legend Neil Sedaka and X Factor and West End singer Lucie Jones.
Louise meets the Caerphilly fireman who is helping to drive six fire-trucks to Serbia.
Stand-up comedian Stephen K Amos chats to Louise about his new autobiography.
Louise welcomes Nigella Lawson to share a few recipe secrets from her new cookery book.