Join Vicki Blight for music and chat to start the day.
Adam Walton discusses the world's oldest trees with paleobotonist Dr Chris Berry of Cardiff University, who has studied ancient tree fossils. Show more
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.
A service for Remembrance Sunday from Aberystwyth Methodist Church, led by the Reverend Roger Hides.
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. Show more
With great conversation and an even greater playlist, Lucy is the perfect accompaniment for a lazy Sunday morning.
It's non-stop music, with Owen Money spinning classic hits from the 1960s and 1970s.
In the first of a new four part series, food writer and restaurateur Simon Wright reveals how Wales led the way in the British fizzy drinks industry. Show more
Peter Jackson talks to Tommy Docherty as he profiles Jimmy Scoular, the manager who took on the might of Europe during the 1960s and 70s as manager of Cardiff City.
Historian Jonathan Hicks talks about the Welsh involvement in the First Air War and Cat Whiteaway has advice on tracing family military history.
Music, guests and chat. Roy's special guest is Gareth Price, former controller of BBC Wales. Show more
Welsh National Poet Gwenyth Lewis pays tribute to Edward Thomas, the London Welsh poet who was killed in the Battle of Arras 100 years ago. Show more
Kayley Thomas explores the latest thinking on how to tackle street homelessness. Imported from the USA, it's called Housing First. It worked over there; can it work over here?
The best in folk-roots and acoustic music from the Celtic countries and beyond. Plus Frank's weekly Celtic gig guide.
Beverley Humphreys explores the vast array of musical performance going on across Wales and the world in music theatre, opera, choirs, bands and orchestras.
Lisa Gwilym with classic songs and great guests for a Sunday night.
BBC Radio Wales joins the BBC World Service for a selection of news and current affairs, science and arts programmes to take you through the night.