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Rhod Gilbert's Best Bits
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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.
 
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All Things Considered
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Religious affairs programme, tackling the thornier issues of the day in a thought-provoking manner
 
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Elis James' Feast of Football
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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.
 
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Scrum V
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A fans eye-view of the latest news, views and gossip in the world of Welsh rugby.
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
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Nicola Heywood Thomas previews the best of the Welsh contemporary arts scene in her weekly round-up
 
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Sunday Supplement
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Award-winning analysis of the week's political stories in Wales and the world, plus a review of the Sunday papers.
 
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The Friday Night Social
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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.
 
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Country Focus
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Programme serving everyone living in the countryside and tackling the issues affecting them. With rural, farming and environmental news
 
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Elis James' Feast of Football
 
Elis, Danny and Iwan discuss FA Cup giant-killing's and warm weather training on this week's podcast.
 
Gareth Rhys Owen from Clwb Rygbi sits in for Steff and is joined by Martyn to discuss Ireland v Wales, Welsh selection for the trip to Dublin and the Pro14.
 
Vaughan Roderick's guests include David Rowlands AM, Paul Flynn MP, Jo Stevens MP, David Melding AM, Dr Victoria Honeyman, Alan Murray and Chris Dunn. Plus the papers with The Green Party's Amelia Womack and Stonewall Cymru Director Andrew White.
 
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All Things Considered
 
With one more week to go, the Winter Olympics will continue to fascinate, excite (and maybe terrify) with some of the most spectacular and dangerous of sporting feats. They will also be drawing attention to South Korea, the host nation usually completely overshadowed in the headlines by the activities of its neighbour in the north.On All Things ...…
 
We look at the impact of a potential ban on live animal exports and we're wagging our tails for the Pembroke Corgi.
 
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Rhod Gilbert's Best Bits
 
An angry Rhod battles power failures, dust and an uncomfortable breakfast spoon. Can Barry Castagnola raise his spirits with another tale of his mother's monkey madness?
 
The Welsh play about Nazanin Zagahri-Ratcliffe. Plus baritone Gavan Ring as Don Giovanni, 50 years of the Wrexham Symphony Orchestra, and a debut one-man show.
 
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Elis James' Feast of Football
 
Elis, Danny and Iwan discuss their experiences with referees and what makes a good captain on this week's podcast.
 
Martyn and Steff reflect on the defeat to England and debate who should start v Ireland
 
Vaughan Roderick's guests are Jack Sargeant AM, Carolyn Harries MP, David TC Davies MP, Professor John Williams, The Guardian's Severin Carrell and author David James Smith, plus the papers with Laura Emily Dunn & Councillor Peter Black.
 
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All Things Considered
 
Mary Stallard explores the Gladstone Library, a remarkable residential library in Flintshire founded by Victorian Prime Minister William Gladstone. He established it in 1895 to be a place of religious learning, literature, and politics. Mary visits Gladstone's to meet those staying and working there, including Warden Peter Francis, Chaplain Ric ...…
 
A visit to the Pembrokeshire Hogspital, the mother and daughter competing with their Shetland ponies, and are farmers being scapegoated for their loss in our countryside?
 
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Rhod Gilbert's Best Bits
 
Rhod attempts to restore his damaged credibility by ranking the members of Take That.
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
 
Music, mythology and cultural connections.
 
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Elis James' Feast of Football
 
Elis, Danny and Iwan discuss Jurgen Klopp, Millwall, footballers who don't like football, wages and much more on this week's podcast.
 
Martyn and Steff reflect on the win over Scotland and look at the Twickenham challenge.
 
Vaughan Roderick's guests are Prof Roger Scully, Matthew Parris, Ann Clwyd MP, Kirsty Williams AM, Helen Mary Jones, Kim Howells, Richard Thomas, Tonia Antoniazzi MP & John Jewell.
 
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All Things Considered
 
Mary Stallard visits a unique location in North Wales, the site of an ancient and horrific legend. St Winefride was brutally murdered and then miraculously restored to life. Today, visitors from around the world still come to her holy well to honour her memory and find solace and healing. What are they looking for, and what do they find? How fa ...…
 
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Country Focus
 
The milk industry hits back with a counter campaign to Veganuary, we discuss the price of butter and why Caerphilly cheese is confirmed as a Welsh classic.
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
 
Actress Taj Atwal on her role in the controversial play, Rita, Sue and Bob Too. Plus National Dance Company Wales, Animation days in Swansea and Hijinx in Lesotho.
 
Martyn Williams chats with Wales coach Warren Gatland about his 10 years in charge.
 
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Elis James' Feast of Football
 
In this week's episode, recorded on Transfer Deadline Day, Elis, Danny and Iwan discuss how each of the Welsh clubs are getting on and Iwan has a dramatic start to the podcast.
 
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The Friday Night Social
 
Osian Roberts, Wales assistant manager under Chris Coleman, talks to Beth Fisher about his life in football and his future hopes and aspirations on a walk around Llandaff fields.
 
Ten Scarlets are picked by Wales, Josh Adams' debut and is Tipuric Wales' best 7 ever?
 
Vaughan Roderick's guests are Lord Wigley. Lord Trimble, Alun Davies AM, Dr Linda Yueh, Jonathan Lynn & Norena Shopland, plus the papers with Denise Lovering & Nerys Evans.
 
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All Things Considered
 
For Roy Jenkins one of the most memorable descriptions of Winston Churchill's leadership in those days in 1940 when Hitler's forces gathered across the Channel poised to invade came in the film Darkest Hour now on general release. Its attributed there to a senior cabinet colleague after Churchill's famous 'We shall fight them on the beaches,' s ...…
 
An oversupply in goat's milk has led to an end of contracts for some producers. Plus, we meet some Mangalitza pigs.
 
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Rhod Gilbert's Best Bits
 
Rhod's gift to Sian of Fleetwood Mac tickets doesn't go quite according to plan. And does Sian or Kiri Pritchard-McLean give the best Santes Dywnwen (Welsh patron saint of lovers) Day present?
 
Ahead of Newport County's historic clash with Tottenham in the FA Cup 4th round, the Friday Night Social meets the man in charge, Michael Flynn.
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
 
Welsh actor Owain Arthur on playing DS Keith Greener in the new BBC drama Hard Sun. Plus the director making his Welsh directorial debut at Sherman Theatre with Dublin Carol.
 
Elis, Danny and Iwan talk about the UEFA Nations League draw, whether Wales should play at the Principality Stadium and the big weekend of FA Cup football in this week's podcast.
 
Martyn and Steff have to re-record half the podcast as the Dan Biggar news breaks. They also talk about Steve Tandy being sacked by the Ospreys and The Scarlets being on fire.
 
Steff Garrero and Martyn Williams sit down in the coldest room at the BBC to chat about this week's rugby headlines- Sam Warburton's year off and Taulupe Faletau's latest injury
 
Cardiff City's Sol Bamba talks Premier League promotion, Christmas parties in Amsterdam and training alongside Ronaldinho at Paris Saint-Germain.
 
In the final edition of the programme, Brian catches up with previous hosts Nick Servini and Sarah Dickins, to reflect on the big stories & issues covered over the last 15 years.
 
Ross and Cat are joined in the Scrum V club by a host of guests to reflect on Wales' loss to Australia in the Autumn Internationals
 
Welsh Judo player Natalie Powell on beating up bullies with a Slush Puppy and what's on her pre-fight playlist.
 
Matthew Maynard, Robert Croft, Steve James and Hugh Morris sit down over dinner to reminisce on Glamorgan's County Championship success of 20 years ago.
 
Welsh rugby legend Gethin Jenkins reveals his love for dance music & his secret obsession with Call of Duty as he takes BBC Wales' Beth Fisher for a walk in Beddau.
 
Liam Williams reveals how he got into boxing at 9 years old, how he's enjoying life as a father and how he'd rather a punch in the face than have another tattoo.
 
Rugby legend Adam Jones talks about his love of quizzes, what it takes to win 3 Grand Slams & the story behind his famously big barnet.
 
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The Friday Night Social
 
Steffan Garrero gets to know Welsh UFC fighter and Paratrooper Jack Marshman over a cup of coffee.
 
Tom Price and a host of woefully ill-informed comedians capitalise on people being 'sick of experts' as they interrupt the coverage of the General Election to result to pretend they can add something of worth to the debate.
 
Welsh cricket legend Don Shepherd celebrates his 90th birthday & reflects on his career with BBC Wales commentator Nick Webb.
 
Glamorgan cricket captain Jacques Rudolph reveals what cricketers do when it rains, his plans for retirement in South Africa & his favourite Welsh dish, bara brith.
 
Former Wales and Lions forward Martyn Williams casts an eye over the new Pro 14 & talks a possible west Walian homecoming for Leigh Halfpenny.
 
Scarlets stars Hadleigh Parkes, Jake Ball & Tom Prydie talk Royal Welsh,Glastonbury and pre-season.
 
The Friday Night Social catches up with cyclist and Olympic gold medallist Owain Doull who talks growing up, the games in Rio 2016 & reality TV show, 'Love Island.'
 
Two time Olympic champion Jade Jones speaks to Dylan Ebenezer on the Friday Night Social before the upcoming World Championships in South Korea, and they talk gold postboxes, sandwiches & sibling rivalry.
 
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Aled Jones
 
Aled Jones shares music and conversation with musician Paul Carrack.
 
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