Best selling novelist Catrin Collier and broadcaster Chris Segar join Trevor Fishlock, to look back forty years, at life in Wales in 1973.
The remarkable story of Frances Batty Shand, the daughter of a Jamaican plantation owner, who set up the Cardiff Institute for the Blind in 1865, after witnessing the suffering of people with sight problems on the city's streets.
Trevor Fishlock visits Senghenydd, 100 years ago the town was the scene of the worst mining disaster in British history, more than 400 men and boys lost their lives.
Trevor Fishlock meets the Glam Girls, a new generation Women’s Institute group, to find out why the organisation - which started on Anglesey almost 100 years ago - has enduring appeal.
Fishlock's Wales 'The Company of Women' transmitted on 18.06.2013.
In the first programme of a new series, Trevor Fishlock looks at the long tradition of boxing in Wales, from the brutal bare knuckle local heroes, the Lonsdale Belt winning legends, and the world title holders, no other small country has bred so many champions.