This week on Newsweek Wales Carl speaks to the Royal College of Nursing about the NHS funding gap. He'll also be speaking to the RSPCA on their fears of a growing animal cruelty crisis in Wales and finds out how much Dylan Thomas' letters were sold for in auction in London.
This week on Newsweek Wales we have the full extended interview with Nicole Reyes, a Cardiff woman who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for killing her husband in the Dominican Republic.
Carl also speaks to HTV legend Arfon Haines Davies.
This week Carl talks to Dr. Alec Clark from the teaching union ATL about filming pupils in school and Dawn French prepares for a stage tour that will bring her to Wales.
This week Carl speaks to our Political Editor Adrian Masters about the European Elections and former Manchester United academy player Rhodri Jones talks about Ryan Giggs' retirement.
This week Carl Edwards talks to Older People's Commissioner for Wales Sarah Rochira and meets the toddler who overcame a rare condition to take her first steps.
This week Carl Edwards talks to Jon Puzey from Shelter Cymru about Wales' problems with empty homes and Rhian Smith from Home Start UK about families in crisis.
This week, Carl Edwards talks to estate agent Tony Filice about the rise in house prices in Wales over the last year, and meets 18-year-old Jessica Bradford, who has started a campaign to lower the age of smear tests - after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer.
This week, Carl Edwards talks to Tony Stott from the charity Healing Men about domestic Violence towards men. He is also joined by Vicki Appleton who spent £200K in 10 years after becoming addicted to shopping.
This week, Carl Edwards talks to Ewan Hilton from the mental health charity, Gofal Cymru, about the Welsh Government's housing bill and discusses how we can boost women's football in Wales with Lauren Smith from the Welsh Football Trust.