BBC Radio Wales is relaunching its daytime schedule from Monday, 24 September.
Good Morning Wales will be presented by Felicity Evans, Bethan Rhys Roberts and Oliver Hides and will be followed at 9am by Hides' new daily phone-in, Morning Call.
Jason Mohammad presents a new show between 10am and 1pm, which will feature a mix of music, news stories and interviews, as well as a daily consumer affairs slot.
The new 1-4pm afternoon programme will see Louise Elliot interview some of Wales' biggest names, keep tabs on Wales' cultural and entertainment scene, and update listeners on the afternoon's big stories.
Good Evening Wales will have a new extended timeslot of 4 -6.30pm. Radio Wales' feature programmes and series move to the 6.30- 7pm slot, with Alan Thompson's Evening Show on-air from 7-10pm.
Sunday at 10.30am is the new home for Roy Noble, who was previously presenter of the weekday afternoon slot. Jamie Owen will present a new Sunday topical lunchtime show from 12pm, and will also front a new series exploring Wales' landscape later in the autumn. At 1.30pm, Felicity Evans will be the new host of the station's current affairs strand Eye on Wales. Aled Jones moves to a new home of 2pm, while Mal Pope's Best of Radio Wales moves to the later time of 3pm.
The Saturday schedule remains unchanged, as will Sundays up to 10.30am and after 5pm.