The very best of Radio Wales - news, sport, entertainment, and your stories - in short.
Callers on BBC Radio Wales aired their fears for the future of Airbus in north Wales.
She's as Welsh as bara brith - Kylie tells Eleri about growing up with a Welsh family.
Fishing journalist Dave Barham reflects on the record-breaking catch off west Wales.
Jan Ravens proves once again that she's a Dead Ringer for a cavalcade of famous voices.
World Cup chat leads to the three reflecting on all of the events they didn't attend.
Loan shark victim wanted children taken into care
Cherelle developed the incredibly rare condition after giving birth earlier this year.
Visitors to the attraction were handed fixed penalty notices by council-employed agency.
Natalie Rosato disputes research which says job ad wording puts some women off applying.
Paul, a bee keeper from Fairwater in Cardiff, dispels some myths about hayfever remedies.
Unfortunately the only witness to Mike's athletic prowess is now pushing up daisies.
Greta and the band perform live on the show as part of the BBC Biggest Weekend Build-up.
Nearly 440 jobs at risk as House of Fraser reveals closure of Cardiff and Cwmbran stores.
John Rutledge and Mike Bubbins return, asking possibly the wettest question of all time.
Rachel Foulkes-Davies says she suffered facial paralysis after being bitten by a tick.
Kate on how she hit the high notes of Aled's voice on the iconic 80s satirical puppet show
The quiz returns with Ed Gamble, Sian Harries, Barry Castagnola and Kiri Pritchard-Mclean
Anglesey singer on overcoming nerves & sharing a dressing room with winner Lost Voice Guy.
Over 120 Welsh restaurants, mosques & churches raised £40,000 to help Rohingya refugees.
Who's Molly? perform live on Janice's BBC Biggest Weekend Build-up show in Swansea.
Mother describes 'crazy' sight of her house on fire
Callers told Dot Davies their views on the Welsh Government proposals on BBC Radio Wales.
A group of teachers from Wales experience a life-changing trip to Bangladesh.
Elis, Danny and Iwan recorded their first live podcast in front 100 fans in Cardiff.
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