Every Saturday morning on Radio Cymru between 10:00am – 12:00pm, Richard plays a variety of music from the 70s, 80s up to the present day.
We produce Radio Cymru’s afternoon show from West Wales, presented by Andrew ‘Tommo’ Thomas.
‘Dylan’s Amateur Dramatics’ is an intimate and entertaining portrayal of life at Swansea Little Theatre Company where Dylan Thomas was once a member and performer. We follow the volunteers at the heart of the theatre in the lead up to their own Dylan Thomas inspired play.
Dei Tomos talks to Alan Llwyd, biographer of poet R Williams Parry.
Lowri Harris, a teacher at Ysgol y Preseli suffers from a degenerative genetic disorder – Friedreich’s Ataxia. This programme was a chance to hear her story, her battle and hope for the future.
This programme explores Islam Behind the Headlines to find out how the biggest modern-day terror threat came to be associated with Islam, what the social repercussions are, and what’s being done to combat it in Wales.
A documentary programme broadcast on Radio Cymru remembering the bombing of Tryweryn, near Bala, 50 years ago.
Broadcast daily from Monday – Friday between 10:30am – 12:30pm. A mixture of interesting chats, a variety of music and a daily puzzle. Presented by Iola Wyn.
Gordon Lucas was sent to Hay-on-Wye workhouse as a ten year old boy. This programme tells his unique story and delves into the history and stigma of the union workhouse in Wales.
As the Queen celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, this documentary for BBC Radio Wales looks back at 60 years of Welsh history by meeting people whose lives have been touched in some way by the Queen – for better or worse. Presented by Simon Weston OBE, the Falkland’s War veteran.
In this series, the singer and former member of Wales Young Farmers Clubs, Shan Cothi, gets under the skin of this lively movement – its history and contemporary life – as the organisation celebrates 75 years.
A two part series exploring Islam in Wales. Part One: ‘Abdi’s Story’ – an intimate portrayal of life in Cardiff’s Somali community, exploring themes of integration and faith in Wales today. Part Two: The story of the relationship between Wales and Islam, from the earliest encounters through to today’s diverse Muslim communities.
Sixty years after the start of the Korean War, the Falklands war veteran Simon Weston meets the men who fought there and uncovers the truth about this forgotten conflict.
Simon Weston, a former Welsh Guard and Falklands war veteran, celebrates 100 years of the Welsh Guards.
50 years since the flooding of Llangyndeyrn was stopped.
A documentary following the actor Gwyn Elfyn as he begins a new venture as a minister in Capel Seion, Drefach
A special programme to celebrate 40 years of ‘Mynediad am Ddim’.
Dei Tomos talks to Alan Llwyd about his new biography on Waldo Williams
A documentary following Chris Jones on his journey to compete at the Elvis Festival in Porthcawl.
Gwion Lewis looks back on the history of Tryweryn.
Motorbikes, lorries and tarmac – the story of Eirian Rees from the Gwendraeth Valley.
Dei Tomos talks to Alan Llwyd about his new biography on Gwenallt.
Pop music and GCSE exams – this is the story of Hana Evans from Penarth.
Dewi Griffiths, a farmer’s son whose ambition in life is to become a world champion runner.
Simon Weston uncovers the 38th (Welsh) Division’s role in the Battle of Mametz.
Ffion Hâf’s story from Dancapel Farm.