Former Radio 1 and Radio 2 presenter Janice Long is to become a permanent part of BBC Radio Wales' evening schedule after joining the station for the summer.
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BBC Radio Cymru 2 is getting ready to launch on DAB Digital Radio in Wales following a trial under the name of Radio Cymru Mwy last year.
Welsh actor Matthew Rhys is the new voice of BBC Radio Wales on its imaging and production.
Former BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 presenter Janice Long is to host a brand new weeknight programme on BBC Radio Wales.
Colin is currently Editor of General Programmes at BBC Radio Scotland, and he will step into the new role in the New Year.
Steve Austins has announced that he will step down from his role as Editor of BBC Radio Wales later in the Autumn.
Tributes have been paid to Welsh broadcaster Sian Pari Huws who has died at the age of 55 from cancer.
Construction of a new broadcast centre for BBC Wales in Cardiff’s Central Square will start on 7th December.
BBC Radio Wales is introducing more all-new comedy series featuring Welsh talent.
BBC Radio Cymru presenter Shân Cothi is aiming to set a world record next month when she attempts to sing a duet with someone more than 7,000 miles away in Patagonia.
BBC Radio will be the only place to hear commentary of matches in full for the Rugby World Cup 2015.
BBC Radio Wales' Paul Forde has been appointed as Deputy Editor of the national station.
A hospital radio station is enjoying national coverage today on BBC Radio Cymru and BBC Radio Wales.
After taking a year out last December, Louise Elliott will return to BBC Radio Wales to co-host the breakfast show.
Radio 2's Lynn Bowles is joining BBC Radio Wales for her own show.
Dewi Griffiths is leaving BBC Radio Wales after 60 years with the BBC.
BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru will move to a new purpose-built broadcast centre in Cardiff city centre by 2018.
Radio Wales' Music Day is taking place today featuring the Alarm’s frontman Mike Peters and BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
BBC Radio Wales has announced a day celebrating Wales’ long heritage of brass band music as part of its Christmas schedule this year.
Following the news of Louise Elliott's departure, BBC Radio Wales has hired Radio Cymru's sports presenter Eleri Siôn to host the weekday afternoon show.