The double gold medal-winning Paralympian talks to Adrian Masters about how he became an athlete after an accident which put an end to his motorbike mania. He explains what it's like to compete and win at the highest level.
He also talks frankly about the devastating hit and run smash which left him nearly paralysed, the emotional and the physical struggle to battle back to health and his hope that he'll compete again.
Double gold-winning cyclist Simon Richardson, who's the subject of tonight's Face to Face programme on ITV Cymru Wales, points out that it's two years exactly since the accident which left him critically injured and meant he missed the London 2012 paralympic games.
Paralympic cycling champion, Simon Richardson, has been talking about the emotional and physical struggle of recovering from a hit and run smash that nearly left him paralysed two years ago. The injuries meant he missed taking part in the 2012 London games.
You can see the full interview with Simon Richardson in Face to Face tonight (Thursday) 1035pm ITV Cymru Wales.
Helen Mary Jones has been one of the most familiar faces in Welsh politics since she became one of the first Assembly Members.
As one of Plaid Cymru's most senior figures, she's also been at the centre of many of the party's highs and lows.
She spoke openly to our political editor Adrian Masters in the latest Face to Face.