This week's programme looks at what the Chancellor's spending decisions mean for Wales, education problems and stories of the year.
Sharp End this week looks at the politics of paying for university and where the Scottish Government's plans for independence leave Wales.
Tonight's Sharp End looks at questions over student tuition fees and asks if there'll be an income tax referendum
In the last few hours, the application to build houses on the media centre here at Culverhouse Cross has been refused. The Vale of Glamorgan Council were concerned that jobs would be relocated outside of the area if the building was demolished.
The developers are expected to appeal this decision, which could cost the taxpayer up to £150,000.
ITV Cymru Wales has been given the BAFTA Cymru award for best news programme.
We should have been given the gong at the ceremony at the Wales Millennium Centre on Sunday night, but an administrative mix-up meant the wrong winner was announced.
We were chosen for the award for our coverage of the disappearance of Machynlleth schoolgirl April Jones, on our news programme Wales Tonight.
BAFTA Cymru says it has "apologised unreservedly" to all three broadcasters nominated for the News Coverage Award.
Phil Henfrey, Head of News and Programmes at ITV Cymru Wales, said “We are grateful to BAFTA Cymru for rectifying the error. The Award is recognition for the great work carried out by the ITV News team in Wales. We would like to dedicate the Award to the memory of April Jones.”
Our Y Byd ar Bedwar production for S4C won best Current Affairs Programme for its investigation Marwolaethau Cyffuriau Mon into drugs deaths on Anglesey.
ITV Cymru Wales' Y Byd Ar Bedwar was judged best current affairs programme at last night's British Academy Cymru Awards. Its investigation Marwolaethau Cyffuriau Mon into drugs deaths on Anglesey helped secure the coveted prize.
The 22nd annual Bafta Cymru awards will be celebrating the best of Welsh television in Cardiff tonight.
The winners will be announced at a star-studded ceremony in the Wales Millennium Centre, hosted by Sian Lloyd and ITV's Matt Johnson.
ITV Cymru Wales is among the nominees for this year's awards.
We've been shortlisted for best news programme.
Welsh language programme, 'Y byd ar bedwar' has three nominations in the current affairs category.
The full show will be screened live on the Bafta Cymru website from 7:00pm.
Our presenter Ruth Wignall takes you on a guided tour of ITV Cymru Wales - from the newsroom, to the gallery, the dressing rooms and the studio.