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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 AM to 1 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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Wales at Work
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Award-winning journalist Brian Meechan presents the award-winning workplace programme, covering issues important to everyone connected to the world of work and business in Wales.
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
 
Christmas shows for children, a Panto debut from a member of Only Boys Aloud, a Welsh artist of the year, and one of Wales's most established artists, Mary Lloyd Jones.
 
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Elis James' Feast of Football
 
In this week's podcast, Elis James, Danny Gabbidon and Iwan Roberts discuss the possible candidates for the vacant Wales manager position.
 
2005 Ashes hero Simon Jones chats with Geraint Hardy about his memories of facing Australia including the serious knee injury he suffered in Brisbane 15 years ago.
 
Steffan Garrero and Martyn Williams look at the options for Wales ahead of facing New Zealand and hooker Ken Owens pops by to explain what it's really like to face the haka.
 
Ross and Sarra are joined by a host of guests to reflect on Wales' victory over Georgia
 
Vaughan Roderick's guests are Andrew RT Davies AM, Leanne Wood AM, Lord Hain, Vicky Pryce, Quentin Letts and Prof Mike Sullivan. Hefin David AM and Liz Maher review the papers.
 
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All Things Considered
 
Roy Jenkins' guest this week is a preacher who's been described as 'one of the world's most effective and compelling spiritual communicators.'Thirty million people are reckoned to have attended his meetings in 75 countries. He's published nearly 50 books. His radio programmes are heard around the world.And this week, the Argentinian-born evange ...…
 
The damage plastics are having on our seas, the dangers of driving on rural roads and efforts to bring new life to Welsh raised bogs.
 
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Rhod Gilbert's Best Bits
 
Rhod challenges Lloyd Langford to write a modern day pantomime and Sian Harries has a lesson on Charlie Boorman.
 
Geraint Hardy chats to Welsh rally legend Nicky Grist about his career as a co-driver and his memories of being in a WRC car alongside the late, great Colin McRae. Also Geraint finds out what Nicky is up to now and what World Rally Championship drivers get up to on and off the track. Nicky Grist also gives his opinion on the recent success of W ...…
 
Brian Meechan speaks to the head of Airbus UK Katherine Bennett. The programme also hears from Heathrow Expansion director Phil Wilbraham on what the third runway could mean for the Welsh construction industry. Brian then talks to Mark Bodger from Construction Industry Training Board about how Wales can make the most of the investment. Our busi ...…
 
On this week's podcast, Elis James, Danny Gabbidon and Iwan Roberts discuss the new Wales kit, the recent friendlies against France and Panama and what next for Chris Coleman and Wales.
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
 
Richard James of rock band Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, joins forces with BBC National Orchestra of Wales to premiere his first orchestral piece. Plus Welsh composer Joseph Davies.
 
Steffan Garrero and Martyn Williams discuss Jonathan Davies' injury, Sam Warburton's comeback and Cory Hill pops by to talk squad committees and Saturday's game against Georgia.
 
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
 
Arwyn Jones's guests include Vaughan Gething AM, Mike Hedges AM, Cerys Furlong, Hazhir Teimourian, Rebecca Ratcliffe, David Jones MP, Stephen Kinnock MP and Winston Roddick. Andrew Tamplin and Rebecca Williams review the newspapers.
 
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All Things Considered
 
On Remembrance Sunday, Roy looks at the role of Military Chaplains.From the royal spectacle in Whitehall, with its marching bands and huge crowds, to simple events in towns and villages across the land, people gather today to honour those who have fallen.Almost always, the ceremonies are led by Christian ministers, with leaders of other faith c ...…
 
An escaped Lynx sparks re-wilding concerns. Plus, making the most of sheep's milk and asking if an invasive limpet can help treat cancer.
 
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Rhod Gilbert's Best Bits
 
Rhod helps Lloyd Langford prepare for his appearance on Celebrity Mastermind whilst 'Lloyd's Fact Fountain' descends into chaos.
 
Brian Meechan and guests discuss handling employee complaints. He explores changes in the energy market with the managing director of a Welsh start-up. He also hears why VAT simplification proposals could potentially affect thousands of businesses and freelancers. Our business of the week is Alpha Bio Technologies in Ebbw Vale. Brian then hears ...…
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
 
Playwright Meredydd Barker on his new play, Nye and Jennie, about Aneurin Bevan and wife Jennie Lee, the youngest woman at the time to be elected to Parliament.
 
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Elis James' Feast of Football
 
On this week's podcast, Elis James, Danny Gabbidon and Iwan Roberts discuss the friendlies against France and Panama and get a surprise question from a mystery guest.
 
Steffan Garerro and Martyn Williams look ahead to Wales' autumn series and Jake Ball tells us what training against England was really like.
 
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All Things Considered
 
Roy Jenkins guest is one of America's most distinguished authors.Marilynne Robinson was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for Gilead, the first of a trilogy of books based around the family of an elderly Congregationalist minister in a fictional town in Iowa. Numerous honours have followed, among them the National Humanities Medal, awarded by President ...…
 
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Country Focus
 
Exploring a new food initiative, a mix between a farmers' market and online shopping, that is developing across the country.
 
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Rhod Gilbert's Best Bits
 
Rhod, is joined by Sian Harries and Lloyd Langford as they discuss Halloween, Cow Bells and Test Samples. Sian and Lloyd also go head to head in Rhod's "Britishness" quiz.
 
BBC Sport Wales looks back at Joe Calzaghe's fight against Mikkel Kessler in Cardiff. 10 years on, we interview the man himself and the man who made it all happen, Frank Warren.
 
Brian hears about ambitions for a Mid-Wales Growth Deal. He also talks to the director of customer experience at the Pension Protection Fund. The network Global Welsh is reaching out to our diaspora - we get an update from founder Walter May. WRU chief executive and Global Welsh chair Martyn Phillips also shares his views on how rugby can help ...…
 
Runner Iwan Thomas talks about picking up his Olympic gold medal, representing Wales and life post-athletics which has included an appearance on reality television show The Island
 
Gavin Henson talks to Jonathan Davies about life, rugby and missing out on the World Cup and names the the most talented individuals he's played with and against.
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
 
The art of storytelling, plus educational drama and an adaptation of a Dickens classic.
 
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Elis James' Feast of Football
 
In this week's episode, the guys discuss the Wales squad for the friendlies against France and Panama next week, centre-back partnerships and knowing when it's time to retire.
 
Steffan Garrero and Martyn Williams head to the Wales rugby headquarters and chat with fly-half Rhys Patchell who talks about his autumn hopes and all his fresh new kit.
 
Vaughan Roderick's guests are Pipo Serrano, Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Owen Smith MP, Dr Peter Shambrook, Baroness Jenny Randerson, Dr Dan Evans, and Cllr Elyn Stephens. With Nick Ramsay AM and Tina Donnelly reviewing the papers.
 
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All Things Considered
 
On the 31st October 1517 - five hundred years ago this week - the friar Martin Luther nailed his famous 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg in Germany. Europe would never be the same again.The fallout from his argument with aspects of Catholic teaching and practice created, according to one of our guests today, 'one of the ...…
 
Visiting the new premises of a company producing millions of burgers in rural Wales, and taking a walk to explore the industrial heritage of Snowdonia.
 
Rhod is joined by Lloyd Langford and Roisin Conaty as the mystery of Emma Corke's Mum's lost ring is finally solved.
 
Elis James and former Wales internationals Danny Gabbidon and Iwan Roberts discuss Ethan Ampadu's first start for Chelsea, caretaker managers and the current progress of Swansea, Cardiff, Newport and Wrexham.
 
Brian Meechan talks to political economist and chair of the Big Innovation Centre Will Hutton. Wales Tourism Alliance chair Adrian Barsby tells Brian why they think a post-Brexit change to an EU directive could boost the sector. Brian discusses how to tackle the food industry skills gap with Justine Fosh, chief executive of the National Skills ...…
 
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The Friday Night Social
 
Opera singer and presenter Shân Cothi takes Beth Fisher to Merthyr Mawr and talks of how her love for horse riding there helped her overcome the death of her late husband.
 
Two-time world triathlon champion Helen Jenkins talks of her return to the sport and how giving birth to her daughter Mali over the summer has changed her life.
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
 
Singer Amy Wadge on writing new songs for the musical Eye of the Storm. Plus the world's largest youth drama festival coming to Wales, and Welsh arts students in Ohio.
 
Steffan Garrero and Martyn Williams look at Warren Gatland's bold Wales squad for the autumn internationals which includes a call up for 7's star Sam Cross.
 
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.
 
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