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?
Felicity Evans presents a collection of The Listening Project in Wales in 2018, including conversations celebrating the 70th birthday of the N.H.S. and Children In Need.
Nicola Heywood Thomas joins the National Orchestra of Wales on tour in China.
First of two programmes marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the death camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau. Featuring Ellen Davis who as a Jewish child fled from Nazi Germany. Show more
9/11; Iraq; the financial crash; Aberfan; Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Roy Jenkins dips into the archive revisiting some powerful and poignant moments of recent decades. Show more
A group of book lovers living in Aberystwyth get together to discuss Maggie O'Farrell's latest novel, 'Hamnet'
Catrin Nye presents a range of inspirational talks with a Welsh connection - and interviews the speakers to explore their big idea. This week’s theme is Who Do You Think I Am? Show more
Maya Angelou and R.S. Thomas feature in this recollection of powerful and poignant moments of recent decades marking the 40th birthday of Radio Wales. Show more
Peter Jackson talks to former Wales and Great Britain rugby player Jim Mills about his Cardiff school days, his role as team enforcer and his friendship with a victim of foul play. Show more
Ex-Wales football captain and manager Terry Yorath talks to Peter Jackson about triumph and tragedy, from the league championship to losing a son.