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Tim shares his insight on the surreal job of acting alongside the legendary Alan Partridge
Gareth Lewis asked Welsh Labour's Leader-elect how long he intends to hold the job for.
The Welsh Labour Leader-elect gave his view on what needs to happen after the Brexit vote
Neil Warnock: The Cardiff City boss' 'incredible journey' to 70
Keith Jackson marks every year he survives prostate cancer with a tattoo...
The former Wales striker and manager on the two footballers he considers all-time greats.
Grant Withington, previously fit & well, needed the Wales Air Ambulance twice in 18 days.
Elis James meets the infamous Welsh artist and reflects on his life and career.
Is the party over for balloons? A students union has banned them on environmental grounds.
Frank recalls an impromptu Irish gig they had to stage when 40 nuns knocked on their door
Owen brought the latest 'Bride of the Week' onstage at the Elvis Festival in Porthcawl.
Jasper recalls adventures with the Welsh singing legend when both on the road.
Lee Waters says the toll removal is being used to put pressure on the Welsh Government
The band remember how they met, how it felt to be 'Cardiff Irish', and their earliest tour
Jacqueline Wilson has written over 100 books! Here’s her advice for budding new writers.
The comic recalls how his record company's big plan for a hit single went a bit awry...
Enzo Calzaghe's biographer and friend Michael Pearlman remembers the legendary trainer
Tour de France champ Geraint Thomas tells the ScrumV podcast about rides with George North
Colin Jackson recalls the moment, 25 years ago, when he set a new hurdles world record.
Madeleine Moon is Labour MP for Bridgend and a member of the Defence Select Committee.
As we marked Carry On's 60th birthday, John in Barry reckons this is their best gag.
James Lusted, an actor with dwarfism, says the controversial shows should go ahead.
Henry shared the tale of how family friend Fleming desperately sought a villainous name.
'The Irish saw us as Welsh and the Welsh saw us as Irish!'