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Comedy circuit star Rhod Gilbert is joined each week by a fellow comic for entertaining chat and banter. Broadcast on BBC Radio Wales, every Saturday from 11.30 AM to 1.30 PM.
Religious affairs programme, tackling the thornier issues of the day in a thought-provoking manner
Elis James looks at what’s been happening in Welsh Football this week, in the company of former Wales internationals Danny Gabbidon and Iwan Roberts.
Nicola Heywood Thomas previews the best of the Welsh contemporary arts scene in her weekly round-up
Award-winning analysis of the week's political stories in Wales and the world, plus a review of the Sunday papers.
Geraint Hardy and friends cast an eye on what’s been happening, what’s ahead and what’s got people talking in Welsh sport. Big interviews, big opinions and big laughs.
Programme serving everyone living in the countryside and tackling the issues affecting them. With rural, farming and environmental news
Weekly politics programme. Vaughan's guests include Anna McMorrin MP, Sian Gwenllian AM and solicitor Hilary Brown.
Roy Jenkins' guest for the second of a two part edition of All Things Considered is Chrissie Chapman, a Christian missionary and midwife who left Dinas Powis in the Vale of Glamorgan for one of the poorest countries on earth - and found both her life's work, and a family. Last week we heard of the challenges she faced 28 years ago when she arri ...…
In this episode, Rachael Garside visits a farm where the harvest of 'Pembrokeshire gold', the humble potato, is about to get underway.
Rhod and Lloyd are joined by comedians Paul Foot and Jenny Collier. Can Rhod make amends with Paul after their last encounter on the show?
James Hook talks Wales' summer tour, Shaun Edwards and his favourite chocolate with Steffan Garrero
Elis James, Danny Gabbidon and Iwan Roberts recap the last few weeks in the footballing world
In this episode, Elis, Danny and Iwan preview the World Cup, group by group and predict who they think will win the whole thing.
The Friday Night Social
Geraint Hardy talks through the sporting week with Danny Gabbidon and Angharad James.
Vaughan's guests are Matthew Parris, Liz Saville Roberts, Glyn Davies, Jieun Baek, David Rees, Huw Irranca Davies, Sarah Rees, Charlotte Lewis, Sophie Howe, Simon Hatch.
Roy Jenkins' guest for the first of a two part edition of All Things Considered is the single mother of three adopted children, who has brought up more than fifty others. She has done it in one of the poorest countries on earth, Burundi - politically unstable, with persistent violence, a refugee crisis, and the legacy of a civil war which took ...…
In this episode, we hear how gardeners can help tackle the problem of wild deer and the tannery producing chemical-free Welsh rugs.
A hungover Rhod, bright-eyed Korkey and comedians Mike Bubbins and Robin Morgan muse on David Soul's bad back, Rhod's visit to the tip and #cantbebothered.
Poet Gillian Clarke on her new tour. Plus Playboy of the Western World by Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and Processions - a celebration of female emancipation.
Nick Robinson joins Steff to look at the first Test between Argentina and Wales
Hadleigh Parkes joins Steff from Argentina for a podcast special
Vaughan Roderick's guests are Albert Owen MP, Wales Green Party leader Grenville Ham, Sir John Curtice, Laura Schwartz, Denis Campbell, Nick Jones and Silvia Francescon, plus the papers with Mario Basini and Professor Louise Miskell.
For this week's All Things Considered Roy Jenkins joined a gathering of people who were ready for a good meal. It was early evening, and many of them hadn't eaten since well before sunrise. In the Dar Ul-Isra mosque in the Cathays area of Cardiff, preparations are well under way to welcome those who will be breaking their Ramadan fast as soon a ...…
In this episode, Rachael Garside visits St Fagans National Museum of History celebrating 70 years of welcoming visitors to explore the houses and workplaces of 'Welsh folk'.
Rhod is joined by Lloyd Langford, Ben Norris and Eggsy for a compilation pod from 2015
This week Geraint is joined by Christian Malcolm and Ceri Sweeney as they talk Gareth Bale's future, Zinedine Zidane's departure and the imminent arrival of Graham Potter at Swansea City.
Richie Rees sits in for Martyn as we look at Wales v South Africa in Washington DC
In this week's special podcast, Elis and Danny commentate on Iwan Roberts playing for Norwich City Legends against Inter Milan Legends in front of 18,000 fans at Carrow Road.
Vaughan Roderick's guests are RTE's Bethan Kilfoil, Eileen Fegan, Professor Patrick Minford, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams AM, Adam Price AM and Nick Thomas-Symonds MP, plus the Sunday morning paper review with Shazia Awan-Scully & Hefin David AM.
It is twenty years since one of the world's best-loved fictional crime-fighters cracked her first case. Precious Ramotswe, founder of The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency, cheerful, gentle and armed with canny intuition, has now appeared in eighteen books set in Botswana, selling a staggering 20 million copies in English alone, and translated into ...…
In this episode..... we discuss the issue of parking in tourist hotspots and a towering, city residence, nest box.
Rhod, Sian and Barry revive 'Stressbuster', their own take on a newspaper problem page. And Sian's three favourite meals with ex-boyfriends are finally revealed.
Nicola Heywood Thomas takes a look ahead to the Hay Festival, in company with some of this year's contributors.
Elis, Danny and Iwan record the podcast in front of a live audience at Unit Nineteen in Swansea as part of the BBC's Biggest Weekend Fringe.
Cory Hill talks to Steff about Captaining Wales and the Tour to Washington and Argentina
Martyn and Steff look at the Pro14 final & Jonathan Davies makes a very brief appearance
Martyn and Steff have an early morning croissant and review the Blues Challenge Cup win
This week's podcast was recorded live at Tramshed Cardiff and Elis, Danny and Iwan discuss Cardiff's promotion to the Premier League and Swansea's impending relegation from it.
Jamie Roberts joins Martyn and Steff to talk all things rugby in Llandaf Fields
Martyn and Steff look back on Judgement Day and Preview the Pro14 playoffs.
Elis, Danny and Iwan look at whether Cardiff City can get promoted this weekend and whether Swansea City can stay up. But Danny reckons the Championship is a better League anyway.
Elis, Danny and Iwan talk about Cardiff's promotion chances, Liverpool and their favourite boots in this week's podcast.
Martyn and Steff look back on the weekend's cup games and look ahead to Judgement Day
Elis, Danny and Iwan talk about the futures of some of Wales' best players, the transfer policies of Swansea and Cardiff and reveal some exciting news in this week's podcast.
Martyn and Steff are joined by David Bulbring to preview the Scarlets' Champions Cup Semi
Elis, Danny and Iwan talk about an incredible week of football, freezing on the big occasion, Wales' defeat to Russia in 2003 and Elis' meeting with Carlos Carvalhal in this week's podcast.
Nick Robinson sits in for Martyn & helps Steff decide who wins between Wales and Scarlets
In this week's episode, the guys talk about some of Danny and Iwan's mid-match mishaps, Carlos Carvahal and Cardiff City v Wolves.
Gareth Rhys Owen is joined by Martyn Williams to talk Scarlets win v La Rochelle and Cardiff Blues' win against Edinburgh, and who awaits them in the semi-finals...
This is a bonus, Welsh language podcast from Elis James' Feast of Football featuring Elis James and Iwan Roberts reviewing the China Cup and discussing Bobby Gould's time as Wales manager.
In the absence of Danny Gabbidon, Elis James and Iwan Roberts review Wales' performance in the China Cup.
Martyn and Steff preview the European 1/4 finals & are joined by two Wales internationals
Elis James, Danny Gabbidon and Iwan Roberts talk about Craig Bellamy, agents and the welsh clubs in part two of this week's podcast.
Elis James, Danny Gabbidon and Iwan Roberts talk about Wales in the China Cup and Iwan's experiences in the Kirin Cup in Japan in 1992 in this week's podcast.
Martyn says Biggar is Wales' best fly-half and why Ireland's players are fresher.
Elis, Danny and Iwan discuss Wales' squad for the China Cup, what's going on at West Ham and how the Welsh clubs are doing in this week's episode.