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As Wales welcomes back our first Tour De France winner, Max pays a tribute through poetry.
Hayden will join other riders from across Wales cycling with Geraint in Cardiff.
Huw Jones Williams on the school's sporting alumni, including Bale, Warburton, and Thomas
The micro-engraver on how and why he made six of the notes after Kane won the Golden Boot
Market commentator David Buik explains how transnational companies can reduce their UK tax
Brenda's niece Natalie was killed by a visually impaired man who drove through a red light
Henry shared the tale of how family friend Fleming desperately sought a villainous name.
Roy brings classic songs from the 40's, 50's and beyond.
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Owen Money with the greatest music from the '60s and '70s.
Review of the week in Welsh politics and the Sunday papers.
Lisa Gwilym with classic songs and great guests for a Sunday night.
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