Two border folk, one from each side discuss what it's like growing up with a language on your doorstep and yet still so distant and the process of learning Welsh.
Mary Lloyd Jones visits the studio and reflects on her upbringing, her current work and her ideas on developing the art scene in Wales - this link opens an audio file
Katherine Stansfield and Matthew Jarvis discuss Little Man by Richard James Jones, New Monkey by Stevie Krayer and My Family and Other Superheroes by Jonathan Edwards (Seren) - this link opens an audio file
John Barnie and Richard Marggraf Turley discuss works by Pascale Petit (Fauverie), Nigel Jarrett (Miners at the Quarry Pool) and Landeg White (Letters from Portugal) - this link opens an audio file
Reuben Knutson shares his views on the inception of his exhibition The Preseli Hills Transcended (this opens an audio file)
Nicholas Murray responds to some questions asked by the Planet team regarding pamphlet poetry in Podcast5 and the work he does with the Rack Press (opens an audio file)
Storytellers Peter Stevenson and Michael Harvey discuss history os storytelling as well as the the importance of place. They talk of power of the gaze in the storytelling experience and what it can do to help bind communities together (opens audio file)
An interview with Poetry Wales editor, Nia Davies. She talks about her vision for the magazine, and turning down a visit to Buckingham Palace (opens an audio file)
We grab precious minutes with Jean Portante, Zoe Skoulding and Katherine Stansfield during a teaser event for the North Wales Poetry Festival
Following on from an inteview with Ros Hudis in podcast 4, Matthew Jarvis reviews the rest of 2013's Rack Press titles
Emerging poet Ros Hudis chats to us about her experience of publishing a pamphlet, Terra Ignota, with Rack press in 2013 (opens an audio file)
Interview with Philip Gross, winner of the TS Eliot and Wales Book of the Year prizes and featuring the indefatigable Matthew Jarvis
Peter Lord drops in to the Planet studio to talk about his book, Relationships with Pictures - Lloyd Roderick poses the questions
Jemma L. King guests while Matthew Jarvis reviews Shadow Dispatches, God Loves You and She Inserts the Key
Damian Walford Davies, John Barnie and Richard Marggraf Turley join Matthew Jarvis to talk blues and poetry in the scorching Planet office. This podcast features live music and a snippet of the Reverend Davies giving soul.