Eleri Sion [Radio Wales]

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Eleri brings you a great mix of conversation, real people, advice, live music and finds out about the life and times of the late Irish actor Richard Harris.

Eleri brings you a great mix of conversation, real people, advice, live music and much, much more.

Eleri's guest is singer Paloma Faith.

With guest Mike Bubbins and live music from Radio Wales's Artist of the Week, Dan Amor.

Eleri meets the man who's been stung, bitten, mauled and chased around cages by polar bears.

Jason Donovan, star of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, joins Eleri in studio.

Tom Price is in the chair for three hours of fun, chat and great music.

King of the Jungle Kian Egan talks about his plans for Christmas.

Former East 17 star Tony Mortimer talks about his acoustic version of the Christmas classic Stay Another Day. Andy Eagle and Stifyn Parri look at the day's quirky news stories.

Classical singers Richard and Adam Johnson from Holywell, stars of Britain's Got Talent, pop in with their new Christmas album. Plus impressionist Alistair McGowan.

Eleri brings you a great mix of conversation and live music. Comedian John Sparkes chats about bringing his famous character Siadwell back after 25 years.

Live music from Radio Wales Welsh Artist of the Week, The Echo Stone.

Newport based bodybuilder Tom Rainsbury shares some tricks of the trade with Eleri.

Continuing the Doctor Who celebrations, Eleri is joined by the show's executive producer, Steven Moffat.

Eleri continues the Doctor Who Day celebrations in Cardiff Bay, with a look behind the scenes of the 50th anniversary episode.

Keith Chegwin, who is donning his skates for Nutcracker on Ice, glides in for a chat, plus Eleri explores the myths surrounding the life of a private detective.

Eleri chats to Barry Manilow ahead of his Children in Need Rocks performance and former Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis looks at the 21st Century Grandparenting Report.

Eleri talks to Welsh language children's entertainer Martyn Geraint, who is celebrating 10 years of staging pantomimes in Wales by playing the 'Dame' for the very first time!

Eleri is joined by West End star Connie Fisher.

Eleri talks to close harmony group The Overtones.

Our Welsh Artist of the Week, Newport band Save Your Breath, play live in studio.

Eleri brings you a great mix of conversation, real people, advice and music. Falklands veteran Simon Weston tells Eleri why he is hoping to get children fit with his latest book.

Eleri meets Nick Laister, an expert on Ghost Trains and Gary Slaymaker will be suggesting movies to make your weekend fly by.

Eleri meets 'the nicest man in comedy', comedian and presenter Adam Hills, and finds out more about the one hundred graves you should visit before you die.

Author William Cook takes a behind-the-scenes look at the relationship between Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.

Eleri has live music and chat from her Welsh Artist of the Week, star of The Voice, known as the 'rock and roll chef,' Ragsy!

Eleri is joined by singer-songwriter Steve Balsamo and comedian Mike Bubbins to mull over the news stories of the day.

Described by Sir David Attenborough as 'the toughest in the business', Eleri speaks to intrepid wildlife cameraman Doug Allen.

Eleri hits the ground running with her brand new afternoon show, as she is joined by the legendary actor Sir David Jason, of Only Fools and Horses fame.

It is Guinness World Record Day and Eleri will be attempting to set her own record! Plus, Gary Slaymaker's guide to the latest cinema releases.

We celebrate the art of letter writing with Simon Garfield, author of To The Letter.

Genealogist Cat Whiteaway unveils the stories behind three World War I photographs and wants your help in tracking down a Welsh nurse called Dorothy.

We catch up with our Welsh Artists of the Week, Lilygreen and Maguire, who chat about the release of their debut album.

Eleri talks to X Factor winner Matt Cardle.

Eleri brings you a great mix of conversation, real people, advice and live music. Including a survival guide for new grandmothers from former Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis.