Fran Donovan sits in for Louise, with live music from Radio Wales Artist of the Week, Stephen Wheel, who performs his latest single, Station.
Frances Donovan sits in for Louise, Professor Tim Jacob investigates the science of smell and film critic Gary Slaymaker shares his top ten Disney films.
Fran Donovan sits in for Louise, with the best of Wales's cultural and entertainment scene and the latest on the afternoon's big stories.
Louise presents the best of Wales's cultural and entertainment scene and the latest on the afternoon's big stories.
Louise presents the best of Wales' cultural and entertainment scene. Chef Angela Gray has advice and recipes if you have had a bumper harvest from your garden or allotment.
Louise catches up with the Welsh entry in this year's Great British Bake Off - did Beca Lyne-Pirkis survive pie and tart week?
Comedian Bill Bailey, the star of Black Books and Never Mind the Buzzcocks, joins Louise for a chat ahead of his latest tour.
Louise finds out about the life of Kenny Everett from the man who has written his authorised biography.
Author Andrew Marshall has advice for parents on how to childproof their relationships. Plus there's music from the Welsh Artist of the Week, Heal The Last Stand.
Bill Medley, best known as one of the Righteous Brothers, talks about his first ever UK tour and harpist Catrin Finch pops in too.
Julian Clary looks ahead to the panto season and music historian Phil Davies has reached the letter W in his Alphabeat series - who will it be?
Louise looks at the life of George Formby with Angela Durrant, his niece, and Ewan Wardrop, the man who plays Formby on stage.
Louise presents the best of Wales's cultural and entertainment scene and the travel phone-in with Simon Calder - the man to question about your next holiday destination.
Wendy Jones chats about her new novel The World is a Wedding. Beverley Humphreys' opera masterclass puts La Traviata under the spotlight.
Beverley Humphreys has kept the name of the last opera in her masterclass series a secret from Louise.
Robbie Savage talks to Louise about his late father's battle with dementia.
Louise presents the best of Wales' cultural and entertainment scene. Welsh Artist of the Week Kids in Glass Houses are live in the studio with their new single, Novocaine.
Louise presents the best of Wales' cultural and entertainment scene. A look at the night sky with astrophysicist Dr Chris North.
The best of Wales's cultural and entertainment scene and the latest on the afternoon's big stories. Vicky Entwistle tells Louise about her latest foray into panto.
Beca Lyne-Pirkis from the Great British Bake Off looks back at her performance in the quarter finals.
Binge eating is said to be twice as common as bulimia, but largely ignored by doctors - Louise speaks to one of the UK's leading specialists in eating disorders.
It is Louise's last afternoon show and there is definitely a party feel to proceedings. Plus, laughter therapist Robin Graham will be explaining why we all need a good chuckle.