Radio active

The Diocese of St Davids maintains an active input into its local radio station.

RPembs.jpgRadio Pembrokeshire is the county’s most listened to radio station, attracting 38% of the total audience, which means 39,000 people tune into it for at least nine hours each week.

Every Sunday, from 7am to 8am, Peter Lewis, formerly Rector of Narberth, where the studios are based, presents Sunday Matters, a show which usually features a guest from one of the faith communities in West Wales, or a group with a related ethical concern or focus, especially if there is a seasonal or topical link.

And since it joined the Nation Broadcasting radio group, the programme is beamed into homes covered by its sister stations, Radio Carmarthenshire and Radio Ceredigion.


The programme aims to be as ecumenical as possible and to reach out to people of all faiths and none, although Peter would like to get more lay people involved. “We want to share thoughts and opinions rather than preach at people, and we are always on the lookout for great ideas.”

Visit the Radio Pembrokeshire website 

Suggest a guest (or volunteer yourself if you’ve a story to tell)