There are around 250,000 items in the ITV Wales archive.
The entire archive - comprising of film, tape and other formats - is now housed at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth.
The footage is being digitised by experts at the library, as part of a major project to preserve the archive for the nation for decades to come.
A new YouTube channel launches today to showcase some of the material.
As ITV Wales prepares to move its base from Culverhouse Cross to Cardiff Bay, Carl speaks to Welsh television legend Arfon Haines Davies.
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This week's Sharp End is a European Election special. Adrian Masters is joined in the studio by five leading candidates vying to become the next MEPs for Wales.
They are Alec Dauncey for the Welsh Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru's Jill Evans, UKIP's Nathan Gill, the Conservative Kay Swinburne and Welsh Labour's Derek Vaughan.
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