Global news, features and debate from the BBC World Service on BBC Radio Wales.
Start the day with great tunes and entertaining chat.
Adam Walton in conversation with Australian based Welsh astrophysicist Geraint Lewis.
The young farmer getting into the industry, the ones getting out and a woolly duvet
A service from St Catwg's Church, Llangattock near Crickhowell
Includes a live Plaid Cymru leadership discussion with all the contenders.
Roy Jenkins and guests reflect on the UN Day of International Peace and Human Rights
With writer Carolyn Hitt and actress Siriol Jenkins and live music from Rusty Shackle.
Owen Money with the greatest music from the '60s and '70s.
Another chance to hear Aled in conversation with Sally Magnusson.
The sights, sounds and tastes of the Abergavenny Food Festival.
Roy chats to Frank Hennessy - celebrating 50 years of his Cardiff folk band The Hennessys
Can a crime novel from Wales give the Booker a boost? Belinda Bauer joins Phil Rickman.
Scientist John Oxford examines the impact of the Great Spanish Flu Pandemic on Wales
The best in folk, roots and acoustic music from the Celtic countries and beyond.
The best in music from stage and screen.
Lisa Gwilym with classic songs and great guests for a Sunday night.
Great music and chat with Mal from our Alexandra Road studios in Swansea.
Monday 17 September 2018