This week, Frances Donovan interviews Wales star Ryan Jones.
You can watch the programme on ITV tomorrow night at 10.50pm.
Welsh cyclist Elinor Barker has told ITV that she sees herself at the forefront of a new generation of clean cyclists.
The eighteen-year-old, from Cardiff, recently won a gold medal at the World Track Championships.
She says has never been under pressure to take performance-enhancing drugs.
You can see the full interview with Elinor - and the chair of Sport Wales, Laura McAllister - on our sports chat show 'In Touch' at 11.15pm.
Our sports chat show returns for a new series, presented by Frances Donovan.
This week's guests - former Wales captain Martyn Williams, and former scrum-half and commentator Andy Moore.
Rugby legend Gareth Edwards has urged Wales to use recent setbacks to inspire them against the All Blacks on Saturday.
He says that the disastrous Welsh tour of New Zealand in 1969 spurred him on for the British Lions triumph of 1971.
You can see more of that interview on tonight's episode of 'In Touch' at 11.05pm on ITV1 Wales.
In the third 'In Touch' programme Wales manager Chris Coleman reveals he's still confident he can improve his team's disappointing results.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has told ITV Wales' 'In Touch' he's still confident he can improve his team's disappointing results.
Wales have won only one game out of six under his stewardship, with the solitary victory coming against Scotland.
"I never, ever doubted could I do the job" he said.
"If you lose self-belief, the players sense that on you. And then you can't guide them, you can't lead them."
You can watch this interview in full tonight at 11.05pm on ITV1 Wales.
Tonight is the second edition of our topical sporting chat show 'In Touch'.
Guests include Swansea City Chairman Huw Jenkins and recently retired Glamorgan star Robert Croft, with Frances Donovan hosting.
Some interesting thoughts from Mr. Jenkins, in particular, on the departure of Brendan Rodgers and Swansea's future direction.
That's 'In Touch', ITV 1 Wales, at 11.35pm