No booking fee this weekend - ends midnight Monday
Starts atGlobal StageDiscovery StageWye StageMeadow StageSpring StageExchange MarqueeCreative HubWriters at Work Hub – Hwb Awduron wrth eu GwaithMake & Take HubFamily GardenMeeting Place on Festival SiteMeet at Wild GardenSt Mary’s ChurchMeet at By the Wye
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109. Morning Yoga with Hay Yoga Collective
             
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110. Trevithel Court Farm Walk
Cider and Honey on a Traditional Mixed Farm
     
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112. Brenda Hale, Doon Mackichan and guests
The News Review
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113. Elizabeth Day talks to Jack Edwards
Friendaholic
10:00
114. John Boyne talks to Stephanie Merritt
The Elements
10:00
F21. Jonny Duddle
Gigantosaurus
10:00
F22. Abi Elphinstone
Ember Spark and the Thunder of Dragons
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433. BBC Radio 4: Is Psychiatry Working?
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W19. Ready, Steady, Music! Workshop
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MT7. Make & Take Crafting
Monday Morning Session
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W20. Pizza-making Workshop
Kitchen Garden Pizza
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W21. Stories in the Wilds Workshop
With Emma Bettridge
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111. Wild Swimming in the River Wye
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W22. Pizza-making Workshop
Kitchen Garden Pizza
 
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116. Norma Percy, Oleksii Réznikov and Tim Stirzaker talk to Misha Glenny
Putin vs the West: At War
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F23. Michael Rosen
Poetry Morning
11:30
117. Jean-Baptiste del Amo, Munir Hachemi and Sara Mesa talk to Max Liu
Great Books From Continental Europe
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118. Ali Capper, Ian Maddock and David Throup talk to Nicola Goodwin
Rising Tides and Falling Harvests
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F24. Ken Wilson-Max
Aqua Boy
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434. BBC Radio Wales: Arts Hour
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W23. Rotoscope Animation Workshop
With MASH Cinema
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119. Sophie Buchaillard and Francesca Reece
Writers at Work/Awduron wrth eu Gwaith
     
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MT8. Make & Take Crafting
Monday Lunchtime Session
       
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120. Tom Holland talks to Bettany Hughes
War and Peace in Rome’s Golden Age
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122. Amor Towles talks to Max Liu
Table for Two
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121. Leo Murray and Andrew Simms talk to Caroline Lucas
Badvertising
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F25. Jessie Yendle
Let’s Talk
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F26. John Dougherty
Zooming the Zoo
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435. BBC Radio 4: A Good Read
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W24. Stories in the Wilds Workshop
With Emma Bettridge
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123. James Atkinson and Michael Pandya
BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert 1
 
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W25. Rotoscope Animation Workshop
With MASH Cinema
         
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436. BBC Radio 4: Rare Earth
           
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125. Theresa May talks to Samira Ahmed
The Abuse of Power
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414. Tim Peake
The Cosmic Diary of our Incredible Universe
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126. Michael Morpurgo talks to Rosie Boycott
All Around the Year
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127. Kingsley Ward and Lisa Ward talk to Tiffany Murray
Rockfield Studios: A Celebration
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F28. Shelina Janmohamed
Story of Now: Let’s Talk about the British Empire
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MT9. Make & Take Crafting
Monday Afternoon Session
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124. Wild Swimming in the River Wye
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W26. Pizza-making Workshop
Kitchen Garden Pizza
     
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W27. Rotoscope Animation Workshop
With MASH Cinema
       
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128. Sara Pascoe in conversation with Matt Everitt
Weirdo
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129. Josephine Quinn talks to Stephanie Merritt
How the World Made the West
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130. Helen Czerski and Helen Scales talk to Andy Fryers
Hidden Depths in the Ocean
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F29. Jeffrey Boakye
Musical World
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F30. Katya Balen
Foxlight
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437. BBC Radio 4: Word of Mouth
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W28. Pizza-making Workshop
Kitchen Garden Pizza
     
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131. James Blunt talks to Matt Everitt
Loosely Based on a Made-Up Story
17:30
132. Dieter Helm
Legacy: How to Build the Sustainable Economy
17:30
133. Es Devlin talks to Kirsty Lang
An Atlas of Es Devlin
17:30
134. Diarmait Mac Giolla Chríost
Celtic Palestine: Culture and Conflict
17:30
135. Gemma June Howell talks to Rachel Trezise
Debut Discoveries: The Crazy Truth
17:30
438. BBC Radio 4: Moral Maze
17:30
136. Planet Assembly 3: Transport for the Future
A Thought Laboratory
             
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137. Tim Peake
Space: The Human Story
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138. Robert Hardman
Charles III
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139. Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀ talks to John Mitchinson
A Spell of Good Things
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140. Rachel Dawson, Malachy Owain Edwards, Megan Angharad Hunter and Kandace Siobhan Walker talk to Leusa Llewelyn
Wales Book of the Year 2024 Shortlist
               
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141. Clare Hammond and Tama Matheson
Don Juan: The Brilliant Irreverence of Lord Byron
 
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142. Sara Pascoe
Stand-up: I am a Strange Gloop
20:30
143. Amor Towles in conversation
(Un)scripted: A Gentleman in Moscow
                   
20:45                     
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144. Hadestown
Anaïs Mitchell and guests
                     
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